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Old 03-17-2008, 05:11 AM   #1
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Default Much More/Quark brushless ESC

It was announced at the start of 07, but nothing else since then.

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Another exclusive from Much More for our site partners RC Forum with the release of these first pictures of the new prototype brushless speed controller and hand held programmer from the Korean Company. No specs have yet been released, but we are told that it is being tested by the company’s team drivers and from the looks alone, it looks good with the carbon finish and purple anodised heatsink. The programmer also sports a carbon finish and a large LCD display.

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It looks like this and you can buy it in Belgium and Australia.


I have one here, didnt run it yet.
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what about the muchmore esc?
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I dont know about the Much-More version.
I'd guess they will use the KO Propo VFS-1 BMC for their Brushless speedo, who knows?

I did just solder everything together and played with the program box abit:
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Its great, runs a VTEC fine with and without Sensorwire, i tought it sounds even better (smoother) without.

GO QUARK SSB MK!!!
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I dont know about the Much-More version.
I'd guess they will use the KO Propo VFS-1 BMC for their Brushless speedo, who knows?

I did just solder everything together and played with the program box abit:
AWESOME STUFF

Its great, runs a VTEC fine with and without Sensorwire, i tought it sounds even better (smoother) without.

GO QUARK SSB MK!!!
As we remember MM has released own version BR ESC, which basically is from KO. Since the announcement of the japanese manufacturer will release their own BL system, so MM changed mind to awaiting KO for releasing BL of own version instead with Quark, maybe KO has better contract condition with MM, i think should be this reason.
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