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MLToys Ride-On Speed/Brake Control v1.2
Power Wheels ESC


 
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Introducing the MLToys Electronic Speed Control. This kit is designed specifically for ride-on cars as a plug-n-play solution to add more power and more realistic driving fun.
- Variable Speed Throttle Pedal - The more you push the more you get. Just like a real car!
- Variable Brake Pedal- The more you push the more you get. Just like a real car!
- Runs on 18 or 24v SLA Batteries (select when you purchase)
- Works with all 550 and 775 motors
- Can be put into ANY brand of ride-on car
- Has a separate output for your 12v LED lights
- Built-in re-settable circuit breaker.
- 2 cooling fans installed
- Automatic Safety Brake - If your child doesn't apply the brake it will automatically apply.

This kit comes with everything you need to convert ANY brand of ride-on toy running 18 or 24v SLA batteries and 550 or 775 motors.
Installs with 6 screws, attach the motor wires, attach the battery connector, and GO! No soldering. Most customers install it in under an hour.

Installation instructions will be in your kit. Video Instructions are linked on this page. ESC is not Waterproof.

*Not recommended for use with the Bravo Monster Jam Grave Digger or any vehicle/driver total over 175lbs

U.S. Patent No. 11,097, 614
Beta ESC in action
How to Install Electronic Speed Control
How to Install Electronic Speed Control part 2
MLToys Electronic Speed Control in action

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 14 Write a review »

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1 of 5 June 18, 2022
Reviewer: Jody Reid from Emporium, PA United States  
Crimp connectors suck!!!! Ended soldering all connections.

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5 of 5 February 18, 2022
Reviewer: Marco Schweizer from Hedingen, ZH Switzerland  


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4 of 5 Only the beginning February 1, 2022
Reviewer: Adam Stewart from Wichita, KS United States  
This scratches the itch for an upgrade, but the accretion pedal wasn't quite as smooth as I wanted, and the brake pedal the brake pedal didn't seem seem to make an appreciable effect with the 10 Ohm resistor.  Ended up getting an ESC for a scooter, a hall effect accelerator, and wiring up a brake pedal with a 1 Ohm resistor. I don't regret this purchase, it started me down a fun/tinkery path.

I'd recommend the following changes: keep the ESC in one polarity and accomplish the reversing function thru external switching (either the original or along the motor leads), increase the sensitivity of the accelerator pedal (I had great results with an Amazon cheap-o), increase the braking sensitivity or make it variable (there wasn't a noticeable difference between brake engagement and allowing the motor to spool down).
(Barbie Cadillac PwrWhl)

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3 of 5 January 20, 2022
Reviewer: Rodney Hook from New York, NY United States  
I hoped this piece of electronics was going to be holy grail. has 24v-12v lighting adaptor & variable throttle for high voltage upgrades. But i had dangerous episode where it ignored throttle and brake and drove at full speed.  mltoys was good about sending a new one to replace the faulty one.

With the replacement unit, appears the kid blew some fuse (I suspect the one attached to the ESC) within first few minutes of riding. I did not have a chance to take it apart again to change it and determine why. I had a 40amp fuse in the front easy to check that did not blow. all wires are 12 gauge and soldered. So I will be looking for reasons why fuse is blowing

Even on the very slowest accelerator level it is still quite fast with stage V motors and 24 volt. I perhaps need to gear down to stage IV gearing to make it start out a little slower.

It would be great if the accelerator pedal had a limiter to prevent how far the kid can push it down until they are ready for full speed

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  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Satisfied returning customer October 11, 2021
Reviewer: Taylor Slone from Rolla, MO United States  
I've bought almost everything you guys sell over the years and everything has always been perfect

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