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    Leopard 60A ESC problem (sorta)

    i just bought my first brushless system late in january. I got a leopard esc a sky lipo and a tacon motor. the tacon motor is a 380 size but works(modded) but my esc is delivering more power to the motor in reverse than forward i dont know why. it will lay down a burnout on carpet in reverse put it in forward its got the same power as my titan 12t when my battery had taken a dump(probably more). any advice?

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    Switch two of the motor wires. Mine did the same thing.

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    Give the esc manufacture a call they should help you out , this forum is for TRAXXAS only .
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhardy60 View Post
    Give the esc manufacture a call they should help you out , this forum is for TRAXXAS only .
    Well its for my bandit and actually switching the 2 wires worked. and let me say it was an indoor surprise. i hit the throttle not knowing what to expect. launched the car straight into a wheelie and hit the wall. holy crap this thing has some ballz.

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    Heh yeah, I have the Etronix branded version of that system and it doesn't lack power for the track

    Enjoy! Its a great bargain ESC.

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    This fix also works for all brushless motors like TRX, Castle etc...
    My Black & Blue Rally is faster than your color...

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