Freewing 80mm EDF Mig-21/A-4 100A Brushless ESC
80mm EDF Mig-21 /A-4 100A Brushless ESC from Freewing - 043D002001
Used in the Freewing 80mm Mig-21 and 80mm A-4 Skyhawk. BEC: 5V/5A
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ESC Freewing 100A
I was sent this ESC free of charge as a replacement ESC the kept overheating on my new Albatross L39 even though I was flying at 25% less amps than the fitted ESC ratting. Great service from MRC who sent me this as a replacement free of charge. I have had 15 Freewing and 1 flight line model over the last 5 years without one issue from any of the ESC.
Freewing 80mm A-4 Complete Nose Landing review
I was a little suspect at the 5A BEC capacity on this 100A ESC, especially with digital servos and flying with a stabilizer. But after 34 flights, there have been zero problems with the ESC. The motor pulls 107A on one of my fully charged 5000mAh 55C 6S batteries. But the ESC still performs without any problems. If I upgrade the motor to a popular lighter, stronger inrunner that pulls higher amps, I will upgrade to a 125A ESC. But this one is perfectly fine for the stock motor.
Bought to replace the stock esc on a fms 70mm f18 worked perfectly giving me a little more length and an ec5 connector plus up the amps from 70 to 100
ESC for A4 Skyhawk
I find that the battery wires for this esc are bit too short. The size of esc is good fits perfect on place and the throttle wire is long. Haven't flown the A4 yet due to needed modification of the battery wires, need to make them about 4 to 6 inches longer.
I bought the A-4 ARF Plus, have a power system and ESC but figured trying to lengthen wires would not be good so decided to buy the esc for the aircraft. Why not, in stock, great parts and best rc dealer! Thank you Motion RC!