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Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 21:27

Hi guys, Through your recommendations I found these two esc, I am wondering about the difference between these two models. If I am right, the only difference for vsc 240A is FORWARD at 240A and Reverse at 160A. For the 320A model forward is 320A and reverse is 240A.

In layman term, the 320A model will have faster forward and reverse speed. Am I right? Very Happy

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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by laneboysrc on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 22:47

Either will work fine in a trailing truck, the performance of your truck will be the same. A standard RS540 motor as found in Tamiya kits (a 27T motor) has a stall current of 70 Ampere -- when you use higher turns like 45T the current will be even less.

So the choice boils down to money, availability, potential issues and size -- the 240A ESC is quite a bit smaller!

Master Liew is running the 240A in his TF2, and I think Bro Boolean has the 320A. I have the 240A on order but it has not arrived yet, so no hands on experience.
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by Liew on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:00

Vsc 240 is 60a (s$20 free shipping )
Vsc 320 is 80a . Never try it , but I think will a bit faster then 240
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:19

Hi liew, whats 60a and 80a? you refering to ampere?

From what I see both also free shipping in fact the 320A is cheaper 13usd only.
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by Liew on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:25

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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by boolean21 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:33

Buy one of each to try.... Very Happy
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:36

laneboysrc wrote:Either will work fine in a trailing truck, the performance of your truck will be the same. A standard RS540 motor as found in Tamiya kits (a 27T motor) has a stall current of 70 Ampere -- when you use higher turns like 45T the current will be even less.

So the choice boils down to money, availability, potential issues and size -- the 240A ESC is quite a bit smaller!

Master Liew is running the 240A in his TF2, and I think Bro Boolean has the 320A. I have the 240A on order but it has not arrived yet, so no hands on experience.

Thanks Laneboysrc, thats interesting!!! I didnt know the higher turn a motor has the lesser amp it will draw. so a higher turn motor=longer batt life? Am I right?
space is no problem on my mess tin truck, I want it to go a bit faster, the heavy weight need some power to get it moving.
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by Liew on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:37

I use usd13 320 brushed Esc before but this Vsc is better .
For trail no need too high amp esc cos we all slow.......
But u can buy both to try then let us know Laughing
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:39

oh you bought the 320a one before? why not so good? from the specs I see that they are quite similiar...
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by boolean21 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:42

Heavy weight will need a slower motor, that means, higher turn motor....
High turn motor has higher torque and draws lesser current.

Faster motor will have lesser torque... Unless you are talking about puller motors...
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Re: Difference between these two Esc

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 9 Aug 2012 - 23:46

boolean21 wrote:Heavy weight will need a slower motor, that means, higher turn motor....
High turn motor has higher torque and draws lesser current.

Faster motor will have lesser torque... Unless you are talking about puller motors...

OIC thank you. I got alot more things to learn!!!
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