Flux Q-Base Brushless Esc
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The Flux Q-Base Brushless ESC is one-half of the Flux Brushless system that is fitted as standard in the Savage Flux 2350, forming an unstoppable power force for amazing off-road power! With the ability to handle twin 2S LiPo batteries (that's 14.8 volts of LiPo power!) it can deal with anything the Alphastar 2350 motor can dish out! 4mm bullet connectors secure the motor wires for loss-free connection to the 13-gauge wires, and to connect to each battery pack we've attached real DeansÂ® connectors for zero power loss and total efficiency. We figured why re-invent the wheel and release our own connector when the best is already available?
Topping off the versatility of the Flux Q-base is an integrated cooling fan, which allows the electronic speed control to operate at its ideal temperature. You also have the ability to easily connect it to your computer for total programming control! With our #100573 USB Programming Kit you can connect the Q-base to any Windows-based PC to control all the various facets of its power delivery, braking, throttle curves, battery cut-off and much more. You can also save various profiles to have profiles for racing, insane speed runs, stunts, fun running and more. With the Flux Alphastar 2350 and Q-base combo, you get power optimized for 4S LiPo batteries, with custom tuning thrown in for fun! You'll have to experience it to believe it! #104923 FLUX ALPHASTAR 2350Kv BRUSHLESS MOTOR #104924 FLUX Q-BASE BRUSHLESS ESC
NOTE: NOT WATERPROOF! Before driving in wet conditions, make sure that all electronics fitted to the vehicle are safe to use (marked as water-resistant or waterproof), or that they are fully enclosed and protected from water and moisture (such as in a sealed receiver/battery case). Fans mounted on speed controllers are not water resistant - we recommend to disconnect the fan from the ESC before driving in wet conditions and allow it to dry fully before reconnecting the fan power. Lubricate exposed metal drivetrain parts such as bearings, outdrives and diff shafts before driving in wet conditions. Motors are not intended for submerged use and may be damaged if used when under water. After driving in wet conditions, make sure to rinse off dirt and any corrosive liquids like saltwater with plain water and re-lubricate metal drivetrain parts.