Podcast: RC Stuff - Powered by HOBBYWING

By HOBBYWING North America
on April 30, 2019

Yes, we are starting the Podcast!   "RC Stuff Episode 1" 

Available through Spotify, iTunes, TuneIn radio, and many more. 

 

 

Blog: QuicRun 880 DUAL Brushed ESC EXPLAINED

By HOBBYWING North America
on April 10, 2019

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Blog: Overloading your gears?

By HOBBYWING North America
on April 04, 2019

The most common reason for your ESC / Motor damage is found by "overloading"

It is hard to accurately check the "load of a vehicle system, but there is a simple method.

Measuring the temperature of ESC and motor.

If the ESC temperature (measured from outside at the hottest position) is over 85 degree (for low-cost thermal instrument with low accuracy) or 90 degrees (for high-cost thermal instrument with high accuracy), or the motor temperature is over 90 degree or 100 degree, your system configuration must be changed immediately that a load of vehicle is too heavy for your ESC or motor.

In such a case, change your gearing ratio by using a smaller pinion or bigger spur gear by one.  Check the temp again after running a few laps until you find the perfect ratio.  "Stock gearing" does not mean your system with upgraded electronics works perfectively. 

 

Any questions, contact us at NorthAmerica@hobbywing.com  We are here to help!

 

Team HOBBYWING

 

New Product: Azure Power Johnny Freestyle Props, 2035 & 2540 Series

By HOBBYWING North America
on March 08, 2019

Johnny Freestyle & Race Props

3 Blades 2035 Series 

3 Blades 2540 Series 

USPS Shipping Delay Announcement

By HOBBYWING North America
on January 31, 2019

Dear valued customers,

We would like to thank you for choosing HOBBYWING products.

We understand that getting your items quickly is important to you, so we make every effort to process your order in a timely manner. Although HOBBYWING North America is committed to process and ship out orders the same day or within 1 business day,  please understand that once a package leaves our warehouse, it is the hands of the courier service. 

That said, sometimes our products do not reach the customer in the expected time. When this happens, it is most likely due to delays or errors made on the part of the courier service.  We do not intend to blame or point fingers, we merely want our customers to be aware that USPS suspended delivery to certain areas because of the bitter arctic blast.

What can you do?  

 

Thank you for your understanding and support of HOBBYWING