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Old 11-28-2008, 01:16 AM   #271
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Thanks for your help and reply but unfortunately i don't understand what you are telling me...
If you be so kind and reply to me again simpler?
Sorry again but i am from Greece and my english are not good enough...
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Meaning your car is too heavy
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Old 11-28-2008, 03:23 AM   #272
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That "should" work, I know the VXL motors work fine in a slash, but the 540 "look" motors which have the 380 rotor such as the 9T and over Ezyruns and the Mamba (castle) motors tend to cook.



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Hot ESC + cool motor = overgeared!! Drop a couple of pinions.

Good to know, I'll post up how it runs once I get the system.

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Old 11-28-2008, 08:26 AM   #273
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Ok i have news.Good news.
I tried again for one last time my 35A esc (i returned the crappy 100A pulso-many many issues) but this time i installed him on a place in car that can actually "breath".
The difference was amazing, i run 2 lipos 3cell until lipo cutoff and the esc was barely warm.
Amazing performance with no cogging (like pulso did) and at full throttle the car was going to take off!!!
Of course i have to note that today the weather here is 3-4 degrees (C) lower than yesterday and this makes difference but not a big one.
One friend of mine used the 60Aesc with a 6.5T motor (the ez-run combo) on a 1:8 carson montana and the esc was barely warm...I was amazed and so i will order a 60A one.
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Old 11-28-2008, 08:27 AM   #274
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Meaning your car is too heavy
Ok i got it.
Thanks again !!!
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Old 11-28-2008, 09:03 AM   #275
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ok, i do have a trf416 with a SP GT esc and a 10.5 lrp geared for a race track 4 time bigger then the one i use to race with the TA05+EZRUN.
This friday i will gear it down to the same gear of the ta05 and compare them. first thing to do is replacing the wires that come with the ezrun,that resolved the cough and the power shut-down and resetting problem.
my friend got a ezrun on his touring car and been having same annoying problems,i suggested him to replace all the wires and i will find out this Friday if the problem will be sort.
Have you done your testing yet ???
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Old 11-28-2008, 01:38 PM   #276
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Ok i have news.Good news.
I tried again for one last time my 35A esc (i returned the crappy 100A pulso-many many issues) but this time i installed him on a place in car that can actually "breath".
The difference was amazing, i run 2 lipos 3cell until lipo cutoff and the esc was barely warm.
Amazing performance with no cogging (like pulso did) and at full throttle the car was going to take off!!!
Of course i have to note that today the weather here is 3-4 degrees (C) lower than yesterday and this makes difference but not a big one.
One friend of mine used the 60Aesc with a 6.5T motor (the ez-run combo) on a 1:8 carson montana and the esc was barely warm...I was amazed and so i will order a 60A one.

George good to know about the 60A and the 6.5T in a 1:8th, that really makes me feel better about ordering one for my Slash

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Old 11-28-2008, 05:13 PM   #277
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1 Specification

1.1 Output: Continuous current 150A, burst current 1080A.
1.2 Input: 6-18 cells NiMH/NiCd or 2-6 cells LiPo.
1.3 BEC Output: 5.75V/3A (Switch mode built-in BEC).
1.4 Resistance: 0.0002 Ohm.
1.5 Motor Supported: Sensorless and sensored brushless motors
1.6 Suitable Brushless Motor: 3.5T and > 3.5T
1.7 Suitable Car: 1/5, 1/8 on-road or off-road cars / trucks for competitive race.
1.8 Size: 68mm(L) * 55mm(W) * 45mm(H).
1.9 Weight: 150g(Without wires)


2 Features

1.1 Compatible with all sensorless brushless motors and most of sensored brushless motors such as Novak, LRP and Feigao, etc.
1.2 Excellent start-up, acceleration and linearity features.
1.3 3 running modes (Forward only with brake, Forward/Reverse with brake, Forward/Reverse immediately)
1.4 4 steps of maximum reverse force adjustment.
1.5 Proportional ABS brake function with 4 steps of maximum brake force adjustment, 8 steps of drag-brake force adjustment and 4 steps of initial brake force adjustment.
1.6 9 start modes (Also called “Punch”) from “very soft (Level 1)” to “very aggressive (Level 9)”.
1.7 Multiple protection features: Low voltage cut-off protection / Over-heat protection / Throttle signal loss protection / Motor blocked protection.
1.8 8 steps of timing adjustment by software.
1.9 Built-in switch mode BEC has a powerful output to supply all the electronic equipments.
1.10 Easily program with only one button and compatible with pocket-sized Program Card.
1.11 Firmware can be updated through an USB adapter (Optional equipment).
1.12 Splash proof and dustproof.
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Old 11-28-2008, 05:59 PM   #278
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Old 11-29-2008, 05:21 AM   #279
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George good to know about the 60A and the 6.5T in a 1:8th, that really makes me feel better about ordering one for my Slash

J
Yes its awesome its quality about its price...
I would go for it if i were you...It compares directly to other esc's that cost double or triple the money...The thing that really makes me happy is that it has no cogging at all, while other more expensive ones have...
FIY i ordered the ez-run 60A today with a 9t motor and i will have them in the following week (i suppose until Friday), so i will have a lot of info.
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Old 11-29-2008, 06:07 AM   #280
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George I ordered a 60A with the 8.5T about a week ago. I just haven't read of anyone putting the bigger 8.5T into a slash yet. Thanks for all your input, I'll post up how it runs once I get everything

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Old 11-29-2008, 07:19 AM   #281
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OK guys, Quick question. What are the biggest differences of sensored and sensorless speedo. Been out of RC for a while and lookin to get back in. All this new technology..........ah
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Old 11-29-2008, 11:31 AM   #282
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I can't find any stores listing the XERun sensored ESC's. I'm looking to compare this to the new Novak Havoc system.

Where can I find pricing and availability on this ESC?

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Old 11-29-2008, 03:37 PM   #283
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Actually Hobbywing has been making these for quite some time now. They get re labeled and sold under a few different names. The Fusion EX-1 Sport RTR kit uses the esc. Supposedly they work really well for what they are.
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He doesn't know what he's talking about. Hobbywing just made those and they have 2 models available. One is the 6S 150A unit and the other is the 80A 4S unit that Caster decided to go with. Look at some of my posts here and you can even see that Hobbywing themselfs has asked for my help finding a few local drivers to use their eZRun systems. I was supposed to get the 6S 150A unit to test with the different motors I have, but Hobbywing said they had some hardware issues.
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I'm looking to actually test them in several classes. 4wd mod, 2wd stock, and paved oval. There are plenty of racers at our track who would be up for a budget brushless in any of the 3 classes above, but need to prove that they can be as smooth and reliable as the Novak and LRP especially on the oval.

The EZRun may also be a good option for the Sportsman Oval class that I sponsor.
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