By xLogi on Jan 15, 2019

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Jodie Froster   Jan 15, 2019  

So let me get this straight.. You are running 5s on a 12 amp esc? I know more volts=less amps (for the same watts) so this seems plausable, how long have you been running it? Have you roasted any hardware?

xLogi   Jan 15, 2019 

about 2 months now. a buddy of mine told me about RB so i decided to toss this one up first. haven't cooked anything due to voltage but i did lose a vtx in the rain which im guessing wasnt conformal coated enough

xLogi   Jan 15, 2019 

i tossed a link to some dvr in the description

jdmkramer   Jan 15, 2019  

eeeeexcellent ;)

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