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Jeriah
I've used the escs on many different models in the radio and I've checked the throttle curve but their all the same. and no i don't have a programing card but id gladly get one if that takes care of the problem
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Hobby-Lobby Little Dude
Thank God I know how to fix the esc to work just ordered the same one...also you don't use a programming card on these there is a guide that you use your throttle for it...it's strange...
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Jeriah
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Thank God I know how to fix the esc to work just ordered the same one...also you don't use a programming card on these there is a guide that you use your throttle for it...it's strange...


yeah just remember to lower the throttle trim .
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Hobby-Lobby Little Dude
ugh i have to solder bullets, it came in today... was hoping i did not have to run the the hobby shop...o_O
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Jeriah
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ugh i have to solder bullets, it came in today... was hoping i did not have to run the the hobby shop...o_O

yeah most escs don't come with the connectors pre soldered.
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Argonath
Soldering the connectors is easy. Just make a jig using a piece of 2x3 or 2x4. Drill holes the diameter of the connectors you use. When you need to solder the connectors, put the connector in with the wire end up. Heat and allow to fill with solder. While the Solder is hot, put the wire in. Re-heat if necessary to make sure that the connection is solid.

Works every time with a great solid connection, no burned fingers or funny contortions to get the connector in place. I have one I drilled 3 holes in to do up to 3 connectors at a time. Nice and easy 5 minute solution.
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Hobby-Lobby Little Dude
Yes I know its just time...
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Jeriah
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Soldering the connectors is easy. Just make a jig using a piece of 2x3 or 2x4. Drill holes the diameter of the connectors you use. When you need to solder the connectors, put the connector in with the wire end up. Heat and allow to fill with solder. While the Solder is hot, put the wire in. Re-heat if necessary to make sure that the connection is solid.

Works every time with a great solid connection, no burned fingers or funny contortions to get the connector in place. I have one I drilled 3 holes in to do up to 3 connectors at a time. Nice and easy 5 minute solution.


yeah, or just buy this soldering jig for 8 bucks. its extremly helpful and is perfect for soldering battery connectors and bullet conectors.
http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__17626__Mr_JIG_Soldering_Aid.html
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yeah, or just buy this soldering jig for 8 bucks. its extremly helpful and is perfect for soldering battery connectors and bullet conectors.
http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__17626__Mr_JIG_Soldering_Aid.html


my piece of scrap 2x4 cost nothing but 2 minutes of drilling...
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Jeriah
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my piece of scrap 2x4 cost nothing but 2 minutes of drilling...
yeah thats what i should have done. but i didnt have all the drill bits. and the hobby king jig makes it really easy to solder battery connectors.
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Bosstech76
Just a suggestion but I ran into something similar with my detrum esc on first installing it.
Running a dx6 controller. I got the beep on power on but no response. Repowered it with throttle in full off. Got a beep moved throttle to max for a few seconds got a series of beeps. Back to off position beeped one more time.
Been working fine ever since. Seemed like it had to learn high and low throttle limits before it would work
Hope something works out for ya
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Jeriah
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Just a suggestion but I ran into something similar with my detrum esc on first installing it.
Running a dx6 controller. I got the beep on power on but no response. Repowered it with throttle in full off. Got a beep moved throttle to max for a few seconds got a series of beeps. Back to off position beeped one more time.
Been working fine ever since. Seemed like it had to learn high and low throttle limits before it would work
Hope something works out for ya

yeah sometimes you have to set the throttle end points to make it work. heres a good video on that...
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