6s Ultra Light Racers Black and Blue

By Pairadime on Jun 11, 2020

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dafunk   26 days ago  

Hey nice racers there ! I think the hobby will take this direction lighter being more durable and with time the performance will match 300g typical 5 inch racer.
What do you mean you have the worst of luck with Jhemcu 30 amps AIO ? do you recommand them ? what issues did you experience ?

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dafunk   26 days ago 

yes I know but fr this specific ESC each wire can use 2 pads = 6 pads per motor... let me try to upload a pic to make myself clear

dafunk   26 days ago 

I am trying to figure out if you get enough amps with the outside pads which are easy to solder or if you went the hard way and bridged for more current throughput

Pairadime   25 days ago 

they are all the same pads. you dont need to attach it to both sets.  the design allows you to stagger your wires. For example use two outer pads in the front and use 1 pad on the flip side in the middle.  Picture of the back of one of my betafpv installs, since these pads are stupidly close I use the middle back pad, then flip it over solder the two outer pads on the front

CoffeeMug138   28 days ago  

These look great! Any reason why Blue is running bi-blades? Do the motors still not have enough torque for tris on 6s?

Pairadime   28 days ago 

The blue one has T mount motors.
I can't find any 5" Tri-Blade T mount props.  The black one has a typical 5mm prop nut and spins tri-blades with no problems.

fovea   26 days ago 

gemfan 5125x3
hq50xx? x3

not everywhere available, the gemfan has t-mount and 5mmshaft at the same time.

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