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Old 10-29-2011, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Which ESC runs on 2s lipo´s?

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I am looking for a sensored ESC that can run on 2s lipo´s, because the only batteries that fit in my Durango DESC410R are 2s lipo´s, so the ESC much run on that only.
I know that the Tekin RX8 could work, but what are you racing?

or maybe i should stay with sensorlees ESC?

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Mmp,Novak kinetic ,tekin rs pro , hobby wing sc10


Any of those will run 2s lipo and all will work. In your application.
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Mmp,Novak kinetic ,tekin rs pro , hobby wing sc10


Any of those will run 2s lipo and all will work. In your application.



But I can´t run a sensored motor on them.......
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But I can´t run a sensored motor on them.......
I think all you need to do when shopping for an ESC is look at the specs.
The SPECS will tell you the info you need.
And most of those ESC's the other poster mentioned will run sensored.
Don't be afraid to do a little homework on your own.
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Mmp,Novak kinetic ,tekin rs pro , hobby wing sc10


Any of those will run 2s lipo and all will work. In your application.
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But I can´t run a sensored motor on them.......
The RS Pro you can . When I had a RS Pro in mine it was running pretty warm and went with a RX8 .
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The only 1 listed that won't do sensor less is the sc10 all the rest will.
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Old 10-30-2011, 01:01 AM   #7
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I have been looking at the MMP SCT, but is that a MMP with a nother label?
because it was delivered with a short track truck motor..?

I think so, be it would be saad to buy it and then not be able to run a sensored motor...
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speed passion 2.0 pro or hobbywing 120A, they are the same esc with different stickers. they are sensored and run a 5.5 tekin 550 perfectly no heat issues at all.
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http://http://www.hobbywing.com/engl...?ArticleID=447

Hi DHooter

Are we talking Hobbywing 120A-SD (V2,1) ??

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When I ran a DEX410, I used a Tekin RS Pro for sensored operation. Would recommend the Pro for it's ability to handle more heat, which will be generated by your Durango.
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For the Desc410r run the Rx8. It will run both sensored and senroless motors, has a strong 5 amp bec , and is cheaper than the RS PRo.

IT's what Ryan Lutz used to Tq the nationals and take 2nd overall. Sc4x 4.5 and the Rx8 esc.
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[QUOTE=Randy_Pike;9846766]For the Desc410r run the Rx8. It will run both sensored and senroless motors, has a strong 5 amp bec , and is cheaper than the RS PRo.

IT's what Ryan Lutz used to Tq the nationals and take 2nd overall. Sc4x 4.5 and the Rx8 esc.[/QUOTE

How hard can he drive it without breaking it, and does he have to change for every race or can he drive it month after month...
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Hi DHooter

Are we talking Hobbywing 120A-SD (V2,1) ??
http://www.hobbypartz.com/07e-c-xerun-120a-sd.html

ive run both this and the speed passion in mt losi SCTE and really like them both, the foot print is much smaller than the RX8 and its half the price.
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http://www.hobbypartz.com/07e-c-xerun-120a-sd.html

ive run both this and the speed passion in mt losi SCTE and really like them both, the foot print is much smaller than the RX8 and its half the price.
Good ESC with a good price.....that sounds like what I have been looking for....and the fact that some of the BIG labels are buying their pruducts from Hobbywing, is also a good sign of that what Hobbywing make works....
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