Clickable tables (above) will take a few seconds to load… CLICK tables for latest prices. MultiGP Drone Racing Community group was asked to vote for ‘which ESC will you be using in future competition?’. DRONE RACING INTERNATIONAL FPV group was asked to vote for ‘which 4-in-1 ESC have you found works well for freestyle?’. Team BlackSheep LOUNGE group was asked to vote for ‘which ESC in the single-format has served you well for freestyle?’. *Includes integrated RGB double side-mounted and programmable LEDs. Weight and other data sourced from product descriptions. The majority of links on this table are affiliate links. I receive a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you make a purchase after clicking one of the affiliate links. Read our Affiliate Link Policy for more information.
Use our comparison table to find an electronic speed controller (ESC) for FPV drone racing or freestyle with the greatest popularity, lowest weight or best value. Next, explore the ESC choices of championship winning FPV racers and freestyle pilots or read on for the opinions of individual FPV pilots.
MultiGP Drone Racing Community – 4-in-1 ESC Race Opinions
So its clear, the Talon Gigawatt and the Aikon AK32PIN are the same ESC. Just in different colours is all Zaine
Diatone Mamba, buying two instead of one since they all break at some point anyway 🤷♂️ Jannik
DRONE RACING INTERNATIONAL FPV – 4-in-1 ESC Freestyle Opinions
I use the Pyro 45A and its perfect Daniel
Hobbywing 60A is 45 bucks, which is hard to beat Leonardo
Team BlackSheep LOUNGE – Single ESC Freestyle Opinions
I have the hakrc 35a esc’s, not 1 issue, hiccup, blip, nothin. Been solid since dat 1 Brandon
The NBD’s are nice for the metal bezel/heatsink on top and integrated LEDs – I use them on my nighttime quad… And I haven’t had any go out, but that’s just a matter of having a prop get stuck wrong 🤷♂️ Israel