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Fat Gasser - 12.21.12, 11:07 pm Post #11: | Reply With Quote
May not be the exact same thing. Got to keep in mind that sometimes these companies may use the overall same PCB design, but they made load it with better or inferior components. (FETs, caps, resistors, etc.) and price may be reflected as such. So physically they may look the same but the real way to find out is open up both.
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mentolio - 12.24.12, 3:47 pm Post #12: | Reply With Quote
I have a TrackStar 100amp, sensored ESC. It's my first brushless unit, and so far works great! I think it was about 60 bucks, plus a seven dollar program card. I may have to check out the 60 amp next...
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henry64 - 12.25.12, 5:57 pm Post #13: | Reply With Quote
Only thing I don't like is that the BEC voltage is only 5.0 volt. Some digital servos don't run well on lower voltage BECs.
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