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    Default ZTW 200 & 300. Who has tried them?

    As the title says. Who has tried them what is there opinion? I tried both today in known set-ups. the 200 in a P cat with a lehner that has no issues with a 40-160 Schulze (I know it pulls about 180 amps and runs well and cool) We also tried the 300 in a big boat on 8s today. Known setup that runs a flier 400 cool as can be...Does not pull over 250 amps. Both the 200 and 300 shut down on at 3-4 laps. Overheated fail safe kicked in. IMO they work but they're not what they are rated for. Not even close.

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    There is a Thread on the 300A one:
    https://forums.offshoreelectrics.com...ho-is-using-it
    Still the feedback is quite limited and does not encourage me to buy such an ESC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plinse View Post
    There is a Thread on the 300A one:
    https://forums.offshoreelectrics.com...ho-is-using-it
    Still the feedback is quite limited and does not encourage me to buy such an ESC.
    Not really helpful info. So no one has any real world experience with these?

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    I purchased the 200A model about two months ago. I have it in a Genesis with TP 4060 1650kv that runs 70 to 75 mph depending on prop. I can run it with 2 (3S) 5000 batteries for about 41/2 minutes to 5 minutes without any issues. ESC comes off the water around 118 degrees. Motor normally runs around 125 degrees.

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