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Best way to solder this LRP Brushless motor to the ESC?

Best way to solder this LRP Brushless motor to the ESC?

Old 04-08-2009, 01:46 PM
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Default Best way to solder this LRP Brushless motor to the ESC?

What technique do they use in soldering the ESC wires to the motor with the LRP brushless stuff? It looks like they sick the wire through the tab and solder it from the other side. Is that the best way?


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Old 04-08-2009, 03:12 PM
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I have Orion BL stuff but they have the hole too. That's how I do it but I don't think it really matters. It does keep the wires out of harms way (toward the inside)
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I like to strip the wires so they just stick out through the holes (motor or ESC), then tin them heavily and stick them through. Then I apply the heat to the end of the wire rather than directly to the esc or motor which can melt the plastic (or internals) if you leave it on too long
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The Aeolian Brushless system has the same style. I did just what the others said. Just strip each wire a little and poke it through, then solder from the bottom. To bad not all kits come like the VXL with just plugs ready to go.
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