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Flysky FS GT3B controller problem with Brushless Leopard 10 turn 3930kv motor

Old 09-08-2013, 04:12 AM
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Default Flysky FS GT3B controller problem with Brushless Leopard 10 turn 3930kv motor

Hello My son has a Tamia TT 01 car that he controls with a Flysky FS GT3B remote. the car was working fine until the brushed motor died. so I purchased a Leopard brushless 10t 3930kv motor with ESC off of ebay for $65. i installed the motor but now the the receiver loose communication with the transmitter when the car gets 15-20ft away....?. I figure it must be electrical noise from the new brushless motor and esc because it communicated fine before.... Is it because the flysky is a cheap remote? Or is the brushless motor and esc I got off ebay the problem....? Any help and advise would be greatly appreciated. We live in a small town with no hobby shop or rc clubs to ask for advise.....

Old 09-18-2013, 03:09 PM
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Sorry for the late reply, I hate to ask did you use the stock Tamiya ESC in that TT01?
if so you more then likely damaged the receiver, and a $7 one would fix that. The Tamiya ESC's literally destroy those recievers(and a lot of other modern ones) unless you buy some optional parts, and rewire it. We had one guy that used to post here that destroyed 5 Flysky RX's before we looked at the ratings of the ESC, and found out it puts out more voltage then the flysky RX's can handle.

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