Instant meltdown of a speed control because I made one mistake......It happens. I used the adapters on race day because of the ease. Your LHS (local hobby store), should do it. Or if you have a local track, ask one of the veterans to solder it for you. Most guys run deans,so if you borrow or swap out something, deans' is what you will be seeing.
It can only be plugged in one way, impossible to screw it up. If your on a budget to begin with, sending of a ESC for repair is gonna cost ya. Ive found many of the mistake's ive made already, is because I rushed things. Or just tried to avoid an expense. This hobby is expensive, and there is a ton to learn. Stepping out of your comfort zone and trying something youve never done will make you better, as a racer, hobbiest, and all around handyman.
My mistake was not only the ESC but the Motor as well, getting a refurbished motor,and esc, plus shipping and handling, plus three weeks there and back. was more than 80 bucks. Ive tried not to keep track of what ive spent.
If you wreck in the same spot twice, your going too fast.
Tell a man his pinion he races today, teach a man about final drive ratio and he will stop making posts about them on forum's
Sketchy Racing (SC10,B44,10L5 Oval,TC6)