I think this is the main issue with Flipsky, they for no reason put ratings that aren’t really suitable.
Their rating are correct, only with a drop through heatsink. Most people don’t use one, so they blow. Not sure why they put 13S ratings on their 60V products either.
If you knock down their stats 3/4ths, they’re still good value, and reliable.
2 reasons I can think of: their new products are often introduced at very low prices to get exposure through click bait videos and/or “buy” a reputation for great value. The less cynical answer is the products based on mature hardware have run into serious supply issues so they redesign around new suppliers and availability
Yall probably wait to see Lee’s review before purchasing but I am optimistic about it too
Flipsky has had some solid reviews in the past, people with thousands of miles and no issues, but you can’t ignore the many people that have had failures. I’ve heard the 6.6 versions are quite solid, but this new one I think will hold up much closer to their actual ratings that they put on the site versus the old ones.
How hard do you think you could run that dual flipsky vesc? Maybe like 70a each side?
Edit: Wait, does flipsky mean 140a for both sides? I guess that would make sense considering their single version is 70a rated