LKTR120 the re-makening

By SuperRoach on Jan 13, 2016

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LKTR120 Revision 2 - DYS SN20 ESCs

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SuperRoach   Jan 13, 2016  

This was made as an ultra small build - the first one was built using Multistar 6A Escs, which had the problem of being finicky and having start up motor problems. So far with this build the ESC's came with Simonk as the bootloader, which broke my idea of not needing to resolder them to change settings (they need to be at this size range).

Tolerances are crazy small on this kind of size. Learned a lot.

Whiffles   Jan 13, 2016 

Wow, that's tiny! How hard was it to make your solder joints? BTW, I fixed a couple of your prices. Oh, and you forgot to label your ESC and update the quantity.

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