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By wesleyb82
#147785
12v or 24v Full Featured ESC Kits
  • Main Features:
    On/Off Power Switch
    Variable Throttle
    Separate Brake Pedal
    Easy Accessory Addons (LEDs, etc)
*These are overhaul kits that can take 30m (Plug&Play) to 4 hours (DIY) to install. They are best for tight areas and or technical/advanced driving as these allow for the most control*

DIY - Parts Only - ESC Kit (Light Assembly Required): http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kit ... 0w_ESC_Kit
Plug and Play - Preasselmbed - ESC Kit: http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kit ... d_Play_ESC

12v or 24v “EASY ESC” Performance Tuner Kits
  • Main Features:
    Compatible with Power Wheels and “Big Cars Green Country” AKA “Best Choice” Chinese brand cars
    Uses factory controls but has two dials adjust acceleration (1-5 sec) and top speed (0-100% of battery voltage)
    Brake activates automatically when the pedal is released
    Easy Accessory Addons (LEDs, etc)
*World’s first of its kind! These kits are very simple to install and can take as little as 30 minutes to plug into the cars (no cutting or crimping!). They do not provide the level of control compared to the full/traditional ESC kits since there is no variable throttle and separate brake pedal, BUT, the speed and acceleration can be set by the supervising adult to dial in the appropriate performance for the rider/environment. It's very easy to dial in a smooth start up with will eliminate wheel spin, stop whiplash and leads to a smooth ramp up and stop every time. This kit is best for open areas (due to on/off power), inexperienced drivers (simple controls) and provides the best bang for the buck.*

Plug and Play “EASY ESC” Kit: http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kits/Easy_ESC


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By jonesee
#147827
The best one depends on your budget, ability and amount of time you want to put into the build. I have installed two of his diy kits and they work awesome. If you dont mind spending a little more the plug and play takes alot of the frustration of following a wiring diagram out of the equation. I have the new easy esc kit in the mail and will give my unbiased opinion when I have tested it out. Here is a video of the first kit I installed in a GT3.
my only complaint with the kit is the soft start and the high pedal fault that prevents the throttle from working when you hit the brake pedal to drift. I have spoke with Wesley and he has given me a wiring alteration needed to provide active pedal when u let off the brake the throttle will be active.

I will update my review of the new setup and the easy esc in the near future. Stay tuned...
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By toycrusher
#147831
wesleyb82 wrote:12v or 24v Full Featured ESC Kits
  • Main Features:
    On/Off Power Switch
    Variable Throttle
    Separate Brake Pedal
    Easy Accessory Addons (LEDs, etc)
*These are overhaul kits that can take 30m (Plug&Play) to 4 hours (DIY) to install. They are best for tight areas and or technical/advanced driving as these allow for the most control*

DIY - Parts Only - ESC Kit (Light Assembly Required): http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kit ... 0w_ESC_Kit
Plug and Play - Preasselmbed - ESC Kit: http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kit ... d_Play_ESC

12v or 24v “EASY ESC” Performance Tuner Kits
  • Main Features:
    Compatible with Power Wheels and “Big Cars Green Country” AKA “Best Choice” Chinese brand cars
    Uses factory controls but has two dials adjust acceleration (1-5 sec) and top speed (0-100% of battery voltage)
    Brake activates automatically when the pedal is released
    Easy Accessory Addons (LEDs, etc)
*World’s first of its kind! These kits are very simple to install and can take as little as 30 minutes to plug into the cars (no cutting or crimping!). They do not provide the level of control compared to the full/traditional ESC kits since there is no variable throttle and separate brake pedal, BUT, the speed and acceleration can be set by the supervising adult to dial in the appropriate performance for the rider/environment. It's very easy to dial in a smooth start up with will eliminate wheel spin, stop whiplash and leads to a smooth ramp up and stop every time. This kit is best for open areas (due to on/off power), inexperienced drivers (simple controls) and provides the best bang for the buck.*

Plug and Play “EASY ESC” Kit: http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kits/Easy_ESC
That Easy-ESC looks great for first timers! Keep the hits rolling! 8-) 8-) 8-)
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By wesleyb82
#147972
jonesee wrote:my only complaint with the kit is the soft start and the high pedal fault that prevents the throttle from working when you hit the brake pedal to drift. I have spoke with Wesley and he has given me a wiring alteration needed to provide active pedal when u let off the brake the throttle will be active.
Heynow, the newest kits after Nov 1 2017 do not have a soft start so initial wheel spin is possible if you mash the pedal. The easy ESC kit has an adjustable ramp up curve and is intended for easy installs and less technical driving while the full ESC kits offer the full control with variable pedal and separate brake.

To further clarify what John is referring to here is one of the safety features the controller has. If it is powered on when the throttle pedal is depressed ("high") there will be no throttle response until the throttle returns to zero position. This is called a high pedal fault and prevents the car from taking off if the throttle pedal is down after key on. The problem this presents for advanced riders like Johns kids is they are trying to ride the brake to break the back free and drift. But when you apply the brake the controller loses power, by design, once you release the brake and the throttle is still down you run into a high pedal condition and there is no throttle response until the throttle is released. The work around would be to either let off the throttle when the brake is pressed or supply the controller with constant power with a jumper. The downside is that it is then possible to press both pedals down then release the brake for full throttle instant power launch

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