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    honestly reading the product description it would fry WAY before the motor even moved.
    It's more like a Solder it yourself BEC to control servos, seeing it can only take in 2Amps of power. At most it can put out 1.5 amps at 12 volts which even 1/24th models pull.
    And seeing its a voltage regulator it would only make the voltage constant (aka no speed control) so you might as well just use a switch

    Note here are the applications as stated on the site
    Powering 5 V or 3.3 V systems from lower-voltage batteries
    Powering 5 V subsystems (e.g. sensors) in lower-voltage (e.g. 3.3 V) systems
    Achieving consistent actuator operation when powered by fluctuating batteries
    Powering high-brightness LEDs or a large number of LEDs in series
    With great speed comes greater repair bills.
    Click on My models to see some of what I own. Eventually will add the rest

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