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Budget smooth electronics - Seriogadfgh - 12-02-2017

Hello, I'm really lost now thinking about what electronics could be rivals for accuvance cause it's kinda costy so I thought about creating this topic and find out what people run as their budget electronics which can compare in smoothness and adjustability near the accuvance, I'm really waiting for your replies people Sick what could be a good electronics combo.


RE: Budget smooth electronics - Tiger.T - 12-04-2017

The next one after Acuvance will be Sanwa.
The SV-D and SV-Zero are the two ESC they make that are pretty good. However price is still high ($150-$190)
My recommendation for something smooth/cheap would be a sky-rc system like the Toro 120 or a hobbywing system. Even Yokomo has some affordble ESCs now.


RE: Budget smooth electronics - Seriogadfgh - 12-10-2017

So I was thinking about it now and I came to a conclusion I will save money and affor me a accuvance with stabilizers and capacitor ^^ . Should be a great investment! By the way, what Turn accuvance motor you recommend running?


RE: Budget smooth electronics - Tiger.T - 12-11-2017

(12-10-2017, 03:45 PM)Seriogadfgh Wrote:  So I was thinking about it now and I came to a conclusion I will save money and affor me a accuvance with stabilizers and capacitor ^^ . Should be a great investment! By the way, what Turn accuvance motor you recommend running?

10.5 is best. but you can run 13.5 or 17.5 without issues. just gear it correctly and do not abuse of the turbo/boost