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    Mtronics ESC's
    Thanks Doug,it is not just the problem of replacement, it is the cost and inconvenience of sending the defective ESC back to the UK from Canada. Once received MTroniks are quite ready to replace it. Whilst several of the
    Quicrun
    features are of limited value to us ship modelers the reliability and cost appeals. If others have not tried them they are worth considering. Only issue I have found is the wires are a little short.
    11 months ago by RHBaker
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    Mtronics ESC's
    Hi Rowen "Have had a couple or so Mtroniks ESCs fail with burning smells and wires coming out. Then started using
    Quicrun
    ESCs available on the Internet. They are cheaper and perform well. Now have 4 in service without any malfunctions. " I have a few Mtroniks Marine 10s for my smaller ships, one per motor, and so far no problems🀞 On the other hand! I also discovered the
    Quicrun
    series. Initially for brushless for my Sea Scout upgrade, where it works perfectly😊 I didn't like the prices of the Mtroniks Tia Brushless series! Then I found the dual brushed
    Quicrun
    which I haven't tested yet but I expect it work just as well in my destroyer. All the recent reports of very similar failures makes me wonder if they've changed the output circuit, e.g. different FETs. Maybe they caught a dud batch of FETs which can't stand the heat!! Cheers, Doug 😎
    11 months ago by RNinMunich
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    Mtronics ESC's
    Have had a couple or so Mtroniks ESCs fail with burning smells and wires coming out. The started using
    Quicrun
    ESCs available on the Internet. They are cheaper and perform well. Now have 4 in service without any malfunctions.
    11 months ago by RHBaker
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    Re: Fitting shafts and motors
    All's well .... πŸ‘ After I bought my Dual
    Quicrun
    I found the Action Electronics Dual ESC with rudder mixer AND output for a 3rd (centre) motor 😠 Natch more expensive but ideal for MTBs / PTBs! Have fun Pete, Cheers, Doug😎
    1 year ago by RNinMunich


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