AussieJester wrote:Damn Burtie sorry to hear thast mate, one would think these Turnigy 200amp ESC would be perfectly set for the
Turnigy motor there supposed to run :-S You have swapped ESC and servo tester IIRC? Whats next Burtie?
Maybe the old 110 with different servo tester :: shrugs :: Hope you nail it soon anywayz mate...
I agree, a little disappointing that this Turnigy equipment has compatibility problems.
Yes I think ramping up the throttle demand gradualy probably would solve (or hide) the problem. The trouble is that I like/need to have instant throttle response, and if there is some box of trickery in the way that delays the response, then the whole experience doesnt feel quite right to me.
I am beginning to think that a sensored system, as you are using, may be the best solution here.
But before embarking on such a radical course of action I may try swapping the motor. The 80-85 arrived yesterday (I will measure the current soon ). I guess this motor has a lower inductance than the 80-100, so the controller may like it better.
The no load current of my Turingy 80-85 motor at 37v is about 5.5Amps
KiM, have you considered just adding a larger, cheaper external bearing housed in your motor mounting?
Burtie wrote:Today I blew up my HV110 :
etard wrote:Hmmmm, I don't think we allow pictures of kitty's on this forum, I think we should flag that last post Burtie. Right guys??
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