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Emit

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  1. The battery is rated 2000mAh 30C so it could deliver 60A? The motor is stock. The fuses are meant to trip at 17Ah so two of them could handle 34A spikes? Could adding a third one in parallel reduce the heat? What is an 'unsafe' current to have in an AEG circuit?
  2. Are they meant to get hot and can they melt plastic/wires? I installed two of these 16v 10A in parallel and they got up to 85 degrees Celsius after 15-20 seconds on full auto before I lost my nerve and stopped testing. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/153536855033
  3. I just finished installing an XCORTECH XET304U mosfet, 11.1V lipo, deans connectors and 16 gauge wiring in my Cyma cm028. The rate of fire has gone up from 11 rps to 19 rps and the trigger is much more responsive so a win so far. I've been reading that some people remove their fuse to reduce the resistance in the wiring. However I wanted piece of mind and in my search for an alternative I came across polyswitches as low resistance and resettable alternative to fuses. I connected two 16V 10A polyswitches https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/153536855033 in parallel and the gun seems to work
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