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Hacker C-40/Phoenix 35 difficult to throttle UP

Old 02-16-2004, 12:24 AM
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Default Hacker C-40/Phoenix 35 difficult to throttle UP

Hi
I have an electric heli Kyosho EP (scale sweisher 300?)
It powered with Hacker brushless motor C-40 and Phoenix 35 (Castle Creation?)
Last few month I fly it, its ok and get powerfull vertical.

Then I took its servos, to use at my airplane ( Cos I miss to fly a fixwing).
after that I got new same servos and I put it on my Kyosho EP.

I try to set it as the same at last configuration, but problem occur:
As I push the throttle stick up, It is difficult to start throttle up
the main rotor difficult to turns but it turns slowly, the tail rotor turn right and left again and again,
sound : ceek ceek ceek ceek.....
than I chek the FET onthe controller : its HOT !!!

Next , I try to turn the main rotor first as fast turn as I can, then I push throttle stick up, it
work some times, it make the motor run normally. should I do this every time I want to fly??

Can anyone have any idea? or should I buy new ESC or new MOTOR ??

Thanks
Old 02-16-2004, 09:29 AM
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Default RE: Hacker C-40/Phoenix 35 difficult to throttle UP

It's normal for the motor to jiggle back and forth a little when you first start up. The controller is trying to figure out which way to turn the motor. When it doesn't do anything but jiggle, you generally have at least one bad connection in between the motor and the speed controller.

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