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mv75 - 4.09.13, 3:45 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote

BRUSHED. That's right, BRUSHED. Read it again, B-R-U-S-H-E-D.

Whoo-hoo? Now I want to see motors. Fully rebuildable motors.
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ericmaxman - 4.09.13, 4:03 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
Faster than me

Interesting to see HK launching a brushed ESC..what more being programmable
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Bhilly83 - 4.09.13, 4:36 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote

This 45A brushed ESC is a great replacement for your model's stock ESC or for setting up a new brushed power system in your car or truck. It features a low voltage cut-off for use with lipoly batteries. Its compact and lightweight design make it ideal for use in 1/10 scale drift cars utilizing brushed motors.

Low voltage cutoff for use with Lipoly batteries
Compact and lightweight design
5.6V/2A BEC

Continuous Current: 45A
Burst Current: 320A (10sec)
Suitable Car: 1/10 on and off road
Battery: 2 cell Lipo (5-6 cells NI-xx)
BEC output: 5.6V/2A switch mode built-in
Motor type: brushed
Dimension: 38x28x22mm
Weight: 40g

PRODUCT ID: 9261000018
(Last edited by Bhilly83 : 4.09.13 at 4:39 am)
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STSDriver - 4.09.13, 6:10 am Post #4: | Reply With Quote
Dig this one a lot. Seems perfect to get a lot of vintage 80's/90's setups back on the road.
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candre23 - 4.09.13, 6:29 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
Damn, no mention of drag brake. The crawler world could use a decent cheap brushed ESC.
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STEEL-CITY-CRWL - 4.09.13, 7:44 am Post #6: | Reply With Quote
candre23 said
Damn, no mention of drag brake. The crawler world could use a decent cheap brushed ESC.
i was just thinking the same thing! the only decent crawler esc's left out in the markt are over $60. the other thing i noticed looking at the specs, is that it is only 2S compatible, and i know a lot of crawlers that like to run 3S.
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yoster - 4.09.13, 9:41 am Post #7: | Reply With Quote
What timing. My dad's brushed ESC bit the dust during the last club race.
Current rigs are as follows: 3Racing Sakura Zero S (Silver can Brushed - GT3 race rig), Tamiya TB-03 (17.5 brushless - GT2 race rig), Duratrax DXR8-E, HPI Savage X 4.6, Duratrax Evader Brushless, Nitro Evader (Nitro soon to be decommissioned), Quanum E-Guana, Traxxas Slash 4x4 Platinum LCG
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User Unrelated - 4.09.13, 9:53 am Post #8: | Reply With Quote
I'll buy one if it has drag brake
then I can take the Mamba Max out of my CC-01

or maybe I'll buy 2...
or 3?
it's cheaper than a smart-stop, and a whole heck less of a pain than a low voltage alarm!
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andymac0035 - 4.09.13, 9:59 am Post #9: | Reply With Quote
Too bad about 2S only and no drag brake. I was interested till I read that....
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JatoTheRipper - 4.09.13, 10:39 am Post #10: | Reply With Quote
Nice find! Added to my wishlist...just incase.

It's so cool that ESC's have such a small footprint these days. It still amazes me at times.
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