Originally Posted by RedBullFiXX
If they are "generic", how do you know they if they are the "same quality" as TQ Boosters ?
that is a good point Dave, but i have had a TQ and hobbyking boosters side by side for a while and no perceivable differences.
the tq is a more convenient install, it comes with prewired and a switch, while the hobbyking has exposed maie connector posts so you need to provide your own wiring to battery power. but the tq is $30 and hobbyking is $5.
i did have to repair the tq booster, the power wires needed to be resoldered to the pcb. no strain relief on those little wires. if a hobbyking booster ever dies, installing a spare is a simple plugin with fresh servo tape to hold it down.