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Old 07-05-2020, 04:17 PM
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guys, i am not new to electric flight, but in past all my esc or motors have connectors on them... i'm building a ARF and my tunagy esd and my brushless out runner did not come with connectors. So what size bullet connectors should i purchase to solder on?
my set up: 51" extra, motor Turnigy G32 600KV, esc turnigy plush 60A, i will run 4s lipos with 30-50c. I"m sorry i don't know all the ins andouts. i usually purchase ARF and run recommended set ups.. this plane was xmas give 10 years ago. its not made any more and i'm having to set it up... its the Eflight Extra 300 32eARF.
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I'd use 4mm bullet connectors. And do the best soldering job I can. They can take 60A, no problems.
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I'd use 4mm bullet connectors. And do the best soldering job I can. They can take 60A, no problems.
thank you. that is what i ordered just now...
Old 07-07-2020, 05:45 AM
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A soldering jig can make the job easier.
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