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    Yesterday, 14:02
    If a fan experiences a shock of 500G (not unrealistic) it will fail. Go ask a fan manufacturer what shock load they will guarantee it to. Chances are they will say "none". A knock, dropping a...
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    Yesterday, 13:32
    "If thats the case then secondary fans maybe necessary to protect it, but they are only 50p " Those fans will also likely be nackered in the first hit from a heavyweight. I'm not saying this to...
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    Yesterday, 09:34
    An esc that relies on fans to run is a very bad idea in combat robots. Fans just can't hold up to the abuse.
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  • typhoon_driver's Avatar
    14th January 2018, 19:15
    You'll burn out the motors. I'll ask again, why are you wanting to overvolt?
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    14th January 2018, 15:36
    Why are you overvolting the motors?
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    13th January 2018, 14:17
    What is your overall budget for a heavyweight because I get the feeling you may have underestimated the costs involved? For reference, a typical heavyweight will set you back several thousand...
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    10th January 2018, 10:22
    I wouldn't recommend those controllers. The current capacity figures are hobbyamps (not true amp ratings) plus interfacing them with radio gear would be a pain. Some examples of heavyweight...
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    5th January 2018, 14:47
    Not familiar with that particular model but model but with modern 2.4Ghz sets the failsafes are typically handed by the transmitter and receiver. Essentially when you bind one to the other, you set...
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