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Old 05-27-2009, 02:12 AM   #1
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Exclamation ***Yeah Racing 60amp ESC Brushed Wiring Help Needed***

Hi all, can someone please help me regarding how to wire up the Yeah Racing 60amp ESC. I did have it running a 5.5T brushless and want to use this now with a silver can.

The manual nor the website is any help. This ESC is capable of running brushed and brushless motors.
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...any luck guys, the manual and program card says you can program the brushed and brushless. Still nothing as far as wiring diagram for brushed is concerned. After some investigating it appear Year Racing has also just changed its info on their web site!!!
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Hi all, can someone please help me regarding how to wire up the Yeah Racing 60amp ESC. I did have it running a 5.5T brushless and want to use this now with a silver can.

The manual nor the website is any help. This ESC is capable of running brushed and brushless motors.
All the info is in the manual.
http://www.hobbywing.com/upload/manual/HW-13-V2.pdf

From my knowledge these esc's do not run brushed motors only the Xerun based esc's do.
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...appreciate the info mate. Ive got the manual but it doesnt show you howtoconnect up a standard silver can motor.
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Novak does it like this, not sure if its the same!

http://www.teamnovak.com/password/no...ire_1000px.jpg
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...appreciate the info mate. Ive got the manual but it doesnt show you howtoconnect up a standard silver can motor.
the manual doesnt indicate it can run brushed motors. unlike the Xerun range of esc's that can run both brushless and brushed.
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Novak does it like this, not sure if its the same!

http://www.teamnovak.com/password/no...ire_1000px.jpg

...tried this already mate, I thought it might have worked as my Mamba is wired the same way as the Novaks.

...almost fried it!
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the manual doesnt indicate it can run brushed motors. unlike the Xerun range of esc's that can run both brushless and brushed.


...thats what im talking about mate. What im looking for is a wiring diagram like the link above for the Yeah Racing brand 60A speedy.

Your right that some speedies will do both but they dont mention it in the user manual. How thoughtful of them as it was listed on their website till th e other day! Smells like a cover up of them cutting and pasteing user manual info across there range!

Wont be happy if it turns out it cant be done.
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