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Old 12-26-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Got a noob question for you guys. I need to get some connectors for my brushless esc to connect my motor and was wondering what size I need? The motor is a dynamite tazer 1/10. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
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You can either do a direct connection, or 3.5 or 4mm bullets (preferably 4mm)
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You can either do a direct connection, or 3.5 or 4mm bullets (preferably 4mm)
Agree. Use the one piece spring bullet connectors instead of the traditional banana connectors.
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Agree. Use the one piece spring bullet connectors instead of the traditional banana connectors.
Yeah the motor already has connectors on it and it looks like it's the type of motor where the wires are connected directly to the stator, so cutting them to swap out the connectors might not be a good idea. The esc, on the other hand does not have connectors and didn't come with any and those are the ones that I didn't know what size I should get. With the exception of the esc, which I have in hand, I'm buying everything off of e bay and I'm waiting for the parts to be delivered, including a set of 4mm female connectors for the esc. Hopefully they will work. Thanks for the info guys I appreciate it.
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if you are not changing the connectors on the motor, then you need 3.5, as that is what the motor comes with.
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