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Discussion in 'Newbie Q & A' started by Cameron Haga, Feb 13, 2016.
Hobby fans 12t 4pole 3300 kv
It's the perfect motor. I may not even use the 21t that I bought. Maybe I'll build something.
Dose anyone know where to find one . I'm having a hell of a time . None on eBay ,Amazon,tower, and when I Google hobby fans 12 four pole 3300 KV it just routs me to an eBay auction that says it's no longer available
Bl3650 is part number of it.
And pflhobbyboy was the seller on evilbay. Ask if he has more.
Lm#ao... never heard it called "evilbay" before. That's hilarious. Sadly true too.
I have had pretty good luck with ebay, I thoroughly study the feedback and what not
I ordered 1 product for RC from them. Also studied the seller history and feedback. Got my package no problem.
That seller has 4 eBay usernames. I ordered two from him and had no issues. Haven't asked if any more yet tho, buti will now and let you know
I found it thanks to you guys . Thanks . What dose everyone think of the hobby king rattler ? Or hobby king bs888 basher sabortooth?
Dose anyone know if Flysky has a Rx with AVC ? And if not can I hack one in off a spectrum Rx ?
What's avc? Like telemetry?
No and no.
AVC is like traction control for RC. It helps keep it from spinning out by controlling the steering (and maybe throttle) to keep you pointed in one direction. It uses a gyro to sense direction changes. I think their gyro is built into the receiver.
Without some serious hacking using an Arduino, your not going to get that feature without paying for it.
I don't mind paying . I was just hoping to only buy a Rx . I have the fsgt3b as my good Tx but I can't find a Flysky Rx with AVC .
I think you can buy a seperate unit that gives you avc. It plugs into the throttle and steering. I saw medic adding it to one of his rigs and saying it was a standalone.
Hobby king has one for $11 . Thanks for the tip . I had no idea you could get one stand-alone.
Yep. Sometimes you get lucky. Better than having to buy a 100+ rx/tx then having to buy the 50 buck system. All they are (in simplest) is a gyro and accelerometer programmed through a controller. Harder to do traction control. You'd have to have an rpm sensor on the motor minimum.