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Old 09-02-2011, 04:15 AM   #6106
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I getting a bit lost on how different motors perform, has anyone have any suggestions on a good base setup and gear ratio for a mediun size outdoor track for the HW 21.5 in a TC
At the moment I'm running the Xtreeme Stock on 518 with the DRRS on 9, start at 3000rpm, boost at 21 deg, turbo max and ramp at 250 at a 5.1 ratio. Temps are around 70deg but its a lap and a half down on pace from the Graupner motor (RIP) I was using. Any help appreciated
Hi You will never get it as quick as the Graupners or Corally due to the difference in design of the motors however I don't think you are far off the mark, you may want to increase your start RPM up to 5000-6000 could possible lower your ACC to make it punchier but what the temps I run my hobbywing motor on 150

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Old 09-02-2011, 06:25 AM   #6107
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I had the V3 120amp in my hands today ,i cannot publish photos at the moment but i can tell you it is as small as the extreme stock .1-2s and also has a small soft touch switch with build in leds .new heatsink .
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I had the V3 120amp in my hands today ,i cannot publish photos at the moment but i can tell you it is as small as the extreme stock .1-2s and also has a small soft touch switch with build in leds .new heatsink .
Sounds awesome .. Any idea when it will be available?
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Sounds awesome .. Any idea when it will be available?
hopefully before the titles sam...im guessing within the next couple of months
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Old 09-03-2011, 04:57 AM   #6110
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hopefully before the titles sam...im guessing within the next couple of months
Available in 4 weeks but we will have one at the femca titles this month .Im trying my best sorry guys but to let you know worth the wait trust me .footprint is the same as the extreme stock .
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Old 09-03-2011, 06:21 AM   #6111
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I had the V3 120amp in my hands today ,i cannot publish photos at the moment but i can tell you it is as small as the extreme stock .1-2s and also has a small soft touch switch with build in leds .new heatsink .
I was chatting with Dong Sinzheng about it today... all I can say is it sounds very good, and best of all has the four screws to hold the case I asked for

Also heard some good ideas for cases, talk about pimp

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Old 09-03-2011, 07:43 AM   #6113
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Just depends on the country you live in.
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Old 09-03-2011, 11:08 AM   #6115
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Can some post a pic of a extreme stock esc next to a 120a. Just want to get an idea of the foot print of the new esc. I shoe horned the 60a into my losi 22 running mid. I would love a smaller HW esc.

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Any one have a idea what software to run in an offroad buggy 17.5? 8.5 4wd durango. I know this is a onroad forum. This is more active then the offroad.
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Old 09-03-2011, 04:21 PM   #6116
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Hi Guys

I want your feedback about something important ok please as much feedback as you guys can give me would be appreciated or ideas.

I was in discussions with our team at the shanghai hobby exhibition about some changes in product in the hobbywing xerun series .

My idea was to retire the 60 amp xerun and have the xtreme stock as it replacement thus giving you the same specs ,newer more efficient mosfets and different heatsink like the v3 will have .So Having the v3 as the 120 amp and the xtreme stock as the 60amp under the new v3 label with new software and more finer adjustments.

Some of the other team members had the idea of retiring the xtreme stock and staying with the 60 amp xerun .

what do you guys think ?


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no pricing as yet but will keep you posted
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Hi Guys

I want your feedback about something important ok please as much feedback as you guys can give me would be appreciated or ideas.

I was in discussions with our team at the shanghai hobby exhibition about some changes in product in the hobbywing xerun series .

My idea was to retire the 60 amp xerun and have the xtreme stock as it replacement thus giving you the same specs ,newer more efficient mosfets and different heatsink like the v3 will have .So Having the v3 as the 120 amp and the xtreme stock as the 60amp under the new v3 label with new software and more finer adjustments.

Some of the other team members had the idea of retiring the xtreme stock and staying with the 60 amp xerun .

what do you guys think ?


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The Xtreme is an awesome little speedie, ran it for well over a year in 10.5 TC, no fan, settings maxxed out and it ran like a dream.
You would have to be mad to kill it off, and keep the massive 60 amper.
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Seconded, keep the Xtreme Stock, its AWESOME! Somehow I'm thinking that it has got better quality mosfet as compared to the XERun 60A ESC...I might be wrong, but I love the footprint of the Xtreme Stock, and its power too! The 60A XERun is too bulky...
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What is their reason for choosing to keep the xerun instead of the xtremestock? If they're both 60A I don't see why you would retire the unit with the smaller footprint and keep the bulkier one.
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