Dead after 2 month of use with a simple 23T stock tamiya motor ...
No response of Hobbywing after-sale, this esc is simply dead. Bec works and it sends 8V, but when you connect a motor, nothing happens. Very strange...
I have this in my Tamiya XV-01 kit the wires are just long enough to reach the stock motor cables if you place the ESC closer to your servo in the electronics compartment and I haven't had a single issue with it.
Can't complain much for a $20 ESC. One thing to note is that the wires are not easily replaceable if you want to de-solder them to extend/replace as the PCB is filled with waterproofing glue stuck to the lower case.
this ESC work great with my tamiya M06 car . it really small and it fit perfect on it. you can't really put on a fan on it . the wire for the motor are little short so I had to make longer one to reach my motor no big deal. if you brake to hard with esc it will make my M06 spin side way . like the fact that you can use lipo or ni-mh battery and give good power to the motor I am running a Orion 23 turn brush motor. my futaba 4pl transmitter i can set the delay for the reverse so it don't back up really fast when you stop with is nice.
Very nice, factory sealed and genuine with holographic sticker/reg code.
Resurrected my old FF-01 with this, no more hot resistors for me! First time I've had ESC braking feature and I love it. Simple setup and smooth power delivery.
Only minor gripe is switch wiring is a little short (about 6cm) but no big deal. If I keep my other old cars, I will buy more of these 1060s.