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Yeah, don't cut the ground wire, you need that to reference the data signal. Also you don't have to cut them. There is a little flap you can pull up to
We don't use Andersons anymore.
Too large and heavy compared to the other options, like EC8, EC5 or XT90 connectors.
You usually cut the red wire to turn off the BEC power supply from the esc to the receiver (when you have a black, white and red wire).
Banebots wheels are mentioned heavily on here. They fit straight on to different shaft sizes, have options for double or even triple wheels on one hub
Depending on your current draw, the standard is the Andersons SB50, or EC5 or EC8's. Silicon wiring is nice to use as its more flexible, but if not anything
If you aren't in need of a high amp range than I used a sabertooth x2 15or so amp controller in my first robot and It was working fine. Some people will
the 85 amp controllers are from ranglebox
The impact and damage from heavyweight battles I'm assuming will also prove a challenge in terms of wiring and holding everything together. I was interested