|Aug 26, 2008, 10:20 PM|
Turnigy Plush 60amp esc w/ programmer, Turnigy aerodrive C3548-800kV w/ spare shaft
I decided to run my supercub with the stock motor/gb so I am selling the motor and esc that I used to mod it.
I am selling the following:
Trunigy Aerodrive C3548-800kV motor with stock 3mm male bullet connector soldered on. I am including a spare shaft, mounting bracket, and prop shaft fitting w/spinner. The motor is in good condition with about 10 flights on it. the last flight with it ended up landing the plane on the roof of the radio shed following a failure of the sc wing (was flying too fast and folded the wing) so there is a little shingle tar on the spinner. $25 shipped
Turnigy Plush 60amp ESC with programming card. It has male Deans on it for power, and 3mm female bullet connectors that match the bullet connectors on the motor listed above. I also added some lengths of silicone insulated wire to the motor side of the esc to make it long enough for my installation. Flown for only 10 flights. The programming card allows you to instantly program the esc (including startup music) without using troublesome radio inputs. $40 shipped
I will sell all together for $60 shipped.
Sorry for the quality of the pics, my digital camera decided to stop taking photos. If I get it working, I will update with better quality pics. I have the stuff boxed and ready to go, so shipping will be fast.
|Aug 27, 2008, 07:47 AM|
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