eTronix Photon SC 2.1FW Waterproof 120A ESC Combo With 4200kV Motor

eTronix Photon SC 2.1FW Waterproof 120A ESC Combo With 4200kV Motor

Brand: eTronix

Part Number: ET0431

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ETRONIX PHOTON SC 2.1FW SYSTEM W/4200KV MOTOR/120A ESC

With systems available ranging from 45A through to 120A there is something within the Photon range for every 1/10th application.

Supplied with (ET0107) Etronix Photon SBS LED Programming Card

80A Specification :-
2-4S Lipo
5-12S NiMH/NiCd
3A 6V BEC Output
4 Pole sensorless bushless motor
80A Constant current
570A Burst Current

120A Specification :-
2-4S Lipo
5-12S NiMH/NiCd
3A 6V BECOutput
4 Pole sensorless bushless motor
120A Constant current
760A Burst Current

 

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Hi. Would this be suitable to put in a Axial Score Trophy Truck. If not could you point me to s system that is. Thanks
Asked by Graham on 6th July 2017

Yes, this would be OK in the SCORE, you'd need to watch the gearing to ensure it doesn't run too hot however.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, the description states that the esc can handle up to a 4s Lipo, can the motor too or can it only handle less?
Asked by Luca on 9th July 2017

I know of customers running 3s with success if I'm being honest I think 4s would be a massive ask, the heat build up on the motor would be a killer

I think the ET0435 is a much better option, but it comes with a larger motor 8th scale size.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

would this system fit the helion dominius 10TR and make the car a bit faster and what lipo to use if this system wont fit the truck what would you suggest as a good system for this truck
Asked by Sam on 3rd August 2017

Yes, that would be a good upgrade for your Helion - it should have enough power for a truck fo that size.


We'd recommend any good 2S or 3S battery.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

What esc and motor combo do you recommend to run a 4cell on a 1/10 scale?
Asked by Thomas Friday on 25th August 2017

This can run 4S in lighter 1:10 models. As ever, please keep an eye on your ESC and motor temperatures.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Is this a good upgrade for the FTX carnage brushless?
Asked by David on 6th February 2018

Yes that would work well in the Carnage.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does this require any soldering? Will it have a deans connector installed thanks...
Asked by David Baker on 13th February 2018

These are supplied without battery connector, so yes you can simply solder on your choice of connector.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

would this be a good fit for a ecx torment 1/10 4wd ? it currently has a radient reactor 3500 in it
Asked by Alex Powell on 19th March 2018

Yes it should be OK, however as always please keep an eye on motor/ESC temperatures and gear accordingly.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

what is the thickness of this motor's shaft? part number:ET0431
Asked by Ηλιας Σταματογιαννης on 4th September 2018

These have a 5mm diameter shaft.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will I be able to upgrade my brushed carnage with this set up?
Asked by Matthew Mead on 23rd February 2019

Yes, that would work well in a Carnage.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

What battery connection does this esc use
Asked by Ciaran on 1st October 2019

These come without a connecotr - you will need to solder on whatever connector you wish to use.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

would this fit into an ftx vantage?
Asked by Oscar on 16th February 2021

It'll be a bit big for that sorry- and has a 5mm shaft

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be a good upgrade for HPI bullet flux? Or anything better suited?
Asked by Joe Francis on 20th February 2021

Yes that would work nicely in there.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

can this run 4s lipo
Asked by William Smith on 5th March 2021

I think with this motor, 4S is going to be too high

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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