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Old 01-14-2015, 08:53 AM   #16
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Hobbywing 3.1 1s is what I run in everything. Not bad priced has built in booster and capacitor
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Old 01-14-2015, 11:55 AM   #17
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That solder is no joke. I have a nice 80watt iron that got them off easily though. I have the TQ racing wire on mine. Nice, light and flexible.
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That solder is no joke. I have a nice 80watt iron that got them off easily though. I have the TQ racing wire on mine. Nice, light and flexible.
It is because of the ROHS compliant "lead-free" solder manufacturers are forced to use. Takes higher temps to melt and doesn't stick as well. But like someone said, cut the wires short, close to the esc, then unsolder them. Much easier, lol.
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Hi guys,

did someone already tried the Orion R10 Pro 1-2S on his pan car? Do you need to use an external booster or a additional LiPo pack? Is the HW V3.1 a better solution?

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