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wattage esc

Old 06-25-2003, 07:01 PM
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Hello everyone, I have a question about the esc wattage ic-380. what is the diff. between this one and the wattage IC 30-A besides the price? and also is this a good choice for my slo-stik. I want a little more power capability incase I decide to upgrade the prop, also these 380 babys are only 29 bucks!
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well i own a wattage ic-30a and its a great speed controller but its quite big for a slow stick. I run it on my ducted fan f-86 and flew great. It has a brake and up to 30 amp cont. and 40 surge. has an micro on off built in. has tamya plugs though(do not use, get deans connectors, less resistence) I'm not real sure about the 380 but the ic-30 is quit big even for my gws mustang(i used to have it in there but weighs 1.5 ounces i think w/wires) If this is any help have fun flying>

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