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Old 07-31-2009, 12:07 AM   #16
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are these sensored?
They are sensored but can also be use in sensorless mode, it will switch automatically.
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Old 07-31-2009, 02:10 PM   #17
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I've been running this esc in my Xray 009 with SP 11.5T (Stock motor for this part of the world) and I have to admit that it can keep up with whatever esc thats out there. All it needs is a little more speed.

And also, the optional LCD program box is great for fine tuning and software updates. This makes the XERUN a great option for racers on a budget.

However, there's no discussion or tests done on this esc for the available software versions. Lets share what we know....

The available softwares, with the top being the latest are:

V1.10_090323a_m
V1.10_090323a_T
V1.10_090312a_T
V1.10_090205g_T
V1.10_090205c_T
V1.10_090205b_T
V1.10_090205a_T
V1.10_090115a_T
V1.10_090105a_U
V1.10_081025a_U
V1.10_080926a_U
Where we can find these softwares?
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Old 07-31-2009, 02:11 PM   #18
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that is not a problem just the cap charging/discharging .
you will have that with most any esc.
I kinda thought that might be what's causing it. As sweet as this esc is, I can live with that.
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Old 08-04-2009, 05:52 PM   #19
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Where we can find these softwares?
You'll need a pc, an lcd program box and the latest software downloaded from hobbywing.com

Btw, raced the Xerun last weekend and it performed flawlessly. It was smooth on the infield but lacked speed on the straights, losing out to the latest "turbo timing" esc's like spx, rb50, ko bmc and so on. Hopefully hobbywing will have this feature in their latest softwares soon.
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You'll need a pc, an lcd program box and the latest software downloaded from hobbywing.com

Btw, raced the Xerun last weekend and it performed flawlessly. It was smooth on the infield but lacked speed on the straights, losing out to the latest "turbo timing" esc's like spx, rb50, ko bmc and so on. Hopefully hobbywing will have this feature in their latest softwares soon.
It sould more clear if you were talking about the USB link setup v.1.5_090704 Anyway,i have already install the latest software.In my case the Xerun is not as smooth as the mamba max i was running before.Its more aggressive on start even with punch on level 1 and throttle neutral range on 12% and throttle expo on my transmitter on
-50%.Maybe because im running sensorless?
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If you're going sensorless, their ezrun system is smoother. Xerun works best with sensored motors.
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note different firmware changes the feel of the motor and brakes.
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If you're going sensorless, their ezrun system is smoother. Xerun works best with sensored motors.

Maybe .But EZRun is from 25 to 60A only. :-(
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From your sig, I'm guessing you're running 7t. the 60A ezrun will handle it easily.
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From your sig, I'm guessing you're running 7t. the 60A ezrun will handle it easily.
It's a 7T delta wound (7700 Kv and 575 W) equivalent a 4T star.Nothing to do with a normal 7T brushless
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note different firmware changes the feel of the motor and brakes.
Which one do you recommend for mod 4.0t motor?
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i use 323a-T

Havent tried 323a-m yet.
The mid to top speed is a noticeable different to 205g and feels smoother for a open, long track.
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Has anyone tried the new USB link setup v.1.5_090820 ?
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No updates for the Xerun 120 on this .V1.10_090323a_m is the latest one
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i run with this 120A xerun and 3.5 t motor my shcumacher mi3.5 .when the outside temperature is 30 or more the heat protection stop the motor every 3 to 5 min ,in afternoon when the temperature is droop no problem at all without any overheat at motor.my spur is 89 and pinion 23 do you thing with a lower pinion would be better?in the instruction manual says that tha gear rate should be from 9.6 to 11 what does mean?
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