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I have a 3 cell lipo, with 4 of these same 1000kv motors with 1045 propellers. I get about 900g of lifting thrust per motor.
By Joshua B. on March 2, 2018
Have you tried swapping the 3 wires around from the ESC to the motors? If there not connected correctly they will not work, however, it shouldn't cause any damage if connected incorrectly so try any combination of the wires until it works. Additionally make sure to calabrate the ESC's.
By Shannon L. Plesh on January 21, 2018
According to the specs for this motor the rating is 150 watts which requires at least an 18 amp esc controller. The recommendation is for a 25 or 30 amp esc with 9x4.7 or 10x5 props.
By Keith on January 7, 2018
It can if you program it but it doesn't come programmed that way from the factory
By Jennifer on November 1, 2017
This is basically the same ecs. It worked for me. http://www.hobbywing.com/uploadfiles/sx/file/manual/HW-01-V4.pdf
By Trucker57 on October 17, 2017
Go to hardware store, and figure it out.
By Tired of lazy people on October 6, 2017
Yes. This ESC does supply the receiver with power. The power is supplied via the RC/servo connector, which can be plugged into the receiver. Not all ESCs can provide power to the reciever, but it is common. Usually ESCs with this ability will also say they have a BEC (Battery Eliminator Circuit), which is an imprecise … see more Yes. This ESC does supply the receiver with power. The power is supplied via the RC/servo connector, which can be plugged into the receiver. Not all ESCs can provide power to the reciever, but it is common. Usually ESCs with this ability will also say they have a BEC (Battery Eliminator Circuit), which is an imprecise term, meaning instead of using one battery for the ESC and another battery for the RC hardware, the battery for the RC hardware is "eliminated". see less
By Nydia on September 17, 2017
It uses a 10" dia. 4.5 " pitch prop
By Gary R. Thompson on September 12, 2017
Trial and erro . Just keep mixing them till one combo works
By jon on August 31, 2017
The Rx is not dependent on the motor. Same goes for servos. You do have to match the Rx to the Tx though. What exactly are you trying to do?
By Trucker57 on July 3, 2017
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