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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Brushed motors
Brushed motors
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Vickers1979
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Forum Posts: 74
2nd Mar 2018 13:47  
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Hi all I’ve been running too 600 Johnson motors off one 50 amp speed controller and a 12 volt battery but the boat struggling so I thinking of running it off too esc too battery I’ve got a y lead but I do remember reading somewhere you have cut one of the coloured leads?
Regards lee


L s Vickery
BigAlio
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Forum Posts: 44
2nd Mar 2018 14:25  
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Hi mate yes i believe you need to remove one of the power leads to the receiver you only need one 5v power supply.
check out youtube ive sean a video on subject