Absima Thrust 1:10 Brushless ESC and 10T Motor Combo

Absima Thrust 1:10 Brushless ESC and 10T Motor Combo

Brand: Absima

Part Number: AB-2120002

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The Brushless Combo Set "Thrust BL ECO" 1:10 is primarily aimed for the owners of 1:10 Ready Set vehicles or KIT vehicles that want to make simple adjustments to increase their racer performance. The set includes the brushless high-performance motor with aluminum housing and the matching speed controller. The system is designed without sensor cable, allowing a particularly easy handling. 
 
Complete sensorless brushless set - ready to use.
Including gold-bonded plug system and t-plug battery connection.
 
New Features

  • Programmable (running mode; drag brake force; voltage cut-off; punch; maximum brake force)
  • 50A continuous amp
  • Battery: 4-9 cells NiMH / 2-3S LiPo

Brushless ESC Features:

  • Waterproof 50A ESC incl. cooler
  • Running mode: forward/brake/reverse or forward/reverse (programmable)
  • LiPo cut-off: non-protection / 2.6V / 2.8V / 3.0V / 3.2V / 3.4V (programmable)
  • Overheat protection
  • Peak amps: 300A
  • BEC: 6V / 3A (switch mode)
  • Battery: 4-9 cells NiMH / 2-3S LiPo
  • Motor limit @ 2S: 8T on-road / 11T off-road
  • Motor limit @ 3S: 11T on-road / 14T off-road
  • Drag brake: 0% - 40% (programmable)
  • Start mode: Level 1 soft - Level 4 very aggressive (programmable)
  • Maximum brake force: 25% - 100% (programmable)
  • Motor timing: 18.75 
  • Size: 48,5x38x32 mm
  • Weight incl. cable : 90g

Brushless Motor Features:

  •  3421KV
  • 27.368 RPM/min @ 7.4 Volt
  • 4 Pole
  • Battery type: 4-9 cells NiMH / 2-3S LiPo
  • Size: 540
  • Length: : 52.0mm
  • Ø w/o fins: 36mm
  • Shaft length : 14,5mm
  • Ø shaft : 3,175 mm
  • Weight: : 199g

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Jack Preece - 30th August 2016

Before i had put this in i originally had a 540 brushed 15t motor which at the time i thought was fast, however compared to this combo it didn't stand a chance. Very easy to install and extremely fast so be careful :)


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Could this be used in a Tamiya gravel hound?
Asked by Antony on 15th September 2016

Yes, it would fit

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will i need to change my stock receiver on an ECX ruckus to use this?
Asked by Shane on 3rd October 2016

No, you can use this with pretty much any receiver.

It should work fine in your ECX Ruckus.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

could this be used in a hpi sprint 2 mustang rtr-x ?
Asked by Nicolas Voron on 18th December 2016

Yes, this would fit an HPI Sprint.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this fit an ecx amp buggy and the ftx vantage?
Asked by Harry on 3rd January 2017
Yes it would fit either of those vehicles.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can you put this motor and esc in rock craweler
Asked by James Mayer on 24th January 2017

It would technically fit in most 1:10 crawlers, but it is not a crawler system and not something we'd recommend.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

I just purchased this combo and I was just wondering what's lipo is better to use 2s 3s? I know that 3s will give me more speed but will there be a trade off e.g. More wear of gears or to much heat etc? What lipo would you suggest for minimal issues ?
Asked by Jack on 21st February 2017

2S is the sweet spot. 3S is only workable in smaller, lighter models with short gearing.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, would this fit a traumas slash 4x4 ultimate and would it run OK on 3s? Thanks
Asked by Lee Crush on 23rd April 2017

Whilst it would bolt in place, we'd recommend you go for a more powerful system for a truck of that calibre.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would it fit on maverick strada xb evo.
Asked by Matthew Robinson on 5th June 2017

Yes, this would fit most 1:10 cars including your Maverick.  

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, What would the battery life be with a e Lipo battery? Iam converting my TMaxx into electric and was looking at this option of esc and motor. I don't race it so just do it for fun and was wondering which would be the best combination of esc, motor and battery for the longest run time?
Asked by Robert on 12th June 2017

Battery life would depend heavily on what car this is fitted to and the battery you choose.

Note, this would not be anywhere near suitable for a large car such as the T-MAXX, it's a basic entry level system designed for touring cars. 

On say a 3000mah lipo you could expect a runtime of around 15 minutes. On a 5000mah lipo we'd estimate around 25 mins or so.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi Would this Combo fit in my Rustler XL5? Regards Brian
Asked by Brian on 25th July 2017
Yes, however it's a little under powered for that vehicle.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this work on a helion dominius 10tr
Asked by Sam on 1st August 2017

Technically it would fit, however it's designed for lighter cars than the Dominus. You'd need a beefier system for that truck.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this go on the traxxas rustler
Asked by Jordan on 4th August 2017

It would technically fit, however it's a bit underpowered for a truck of that size.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this fit an ftx outlaw?
Asked by Alex on 9th August 2017

Yes it will technically fit, however it's not really powerful enough for a car of that weight.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will it fit in a bsd prime onslaught and is to 2000mah battery good for it?
Asked by Joe Clixby on 13th September 2017

Yes, it would fit - however it's primarily designed for lighter touring cars and buggies rather than trucks.  Ideally you'd want to go for a better system than this for a truck such as that.

If you did run it, please keep an eye on your motor and ESC temperatures and gear down accordingly.

A 2000mah battery would work, but would give reasonably short runtimes.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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