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Old 09-08-2016, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default HOBBYWING XERUN XR10 Pro or Muchmore Fleta Pro V2

which of those two ESC will be the best and more reliable and better peforman for both use in 1/12 and 1/10.

HOBBYWING XERUN XR10 Pro or Muchmore Fleta Pro V2 ????????????
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Well, the HW definitely had zero troubles at the worlds just recently - plus has been out for a while.

Little known about the Muchmore yet (I'm personally about to find out) as it is so new.

Neither are 1S units though, so might not be what you are looking for.

I believe the Muchmore can operate on 1S, but will need a voltage booster.
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hobbywing works just fine with a booster in stock or mod. hobbywing used to have a 1s dedicated esc and i'm told a new one is planned based on the xr10. no word when that might be available though.

No need to wait though. if you get an xr10pro and run it with a booster, you can always re-purpose it into a touring car later if the single cell version comes out.

you might also have a look at the reedy black box and orca vx3 escs. they both have versions that work natively in single cell.
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you might also have a look at the reedy black box and orca vx3 escs. they both have versions that work natively in single cell.
The older Reedy Blackbox 410R worked with both 1S and 2S, but the new 510R needs a voltage booster for 1S.
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I've just got my XR10 pro and I must say I'm very impressed with its smoothness and general feel. I'm coming from the MM Fleta Pro. Get the XR10 I'm confident you'll be very pleased. I've also found the customer support significantly better than Muchmore both remotely and at the bigger races.
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I use the xr-10 justock in 1:12 with NO booster.

I tested it all the way to a 6.5T mod motor and in 1/12 I had zero issues and no noticable slower servo speed. Even though they are rates 2s.
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MM Fleta Pro is not new and has been around for a while. Rock solid and smooth as silk. The Fleta Pro V2 has some nice plug in features and again is super dialed.
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I personally like the LRP Flow Works team best.
Because of the easy soldering tabs.
And price is much lower around $140,- instead of $200,- for the HW
And no need for program box of around $25,-
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