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Old 08-16-2010, 11:24 AM   #1081
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I jave just receive my second xerun this time 60a version and on this is 14awg
Wire and smal capacitor board. Can i benefit from 12awg wire and capacitor Like on 120a version or 60a version don't need this upgrade.
Is this capacitor ok to use? I have speedpassion super capacitor board probably better then this one.
I use 10.5t motor pushed to the limit so it's Like running 5.5 or 6.5 without turbo timing.
Can i use same setup as on 120a for 10.5t motor?
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Just leave it alone. I have a 60A and theres absolutely no difference in performance with a 120A.
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Old 08-16-2010, 01:05 PM   #1082
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I jave just receive my second xerun this time 60a version and on this is 14awg
Wire and smal capacitor board. Can i benefit from 12awg wire and capacitor Like on 120a version or 60a version don't need this upgrade.
Is this capacitor ok to use? I have speedpassion super capacitor board probably better then this one.
I use 10.5t motor pushed to the limit so it's Like running 5.5 or 6.5 without turbo timing.
Can i use same setup as on 120a for 10.5t motor?
Thanks
No problem whatsoever changing the wires to 12AWG, may give less voltage drop but if your wires are as short as they should be then the V drop will be negligible anyhow...... Certainly for the 'longer' battery wires there may be a measurable difference, but for all the hassle of de soldering the wires and the resultant heat return to the speedo it probably isn't worth the hassle.

Now the 4 part Capacitor........ personally I like the bigger capacitor, seems to reduce heat in both the ESC and the Motor, also is considerably easier to mount than the side by side layout on the 2 part capacitor board, i personally tape it down the centreline of the chassis next to the belt as this is neatly hidden and nicely protected from knocks etc, again you may notice a difference but then again you may not.

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Old 08-18-2010, 01:36 AM   #1083
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It's safe to use turbo function on a 60A ESC?.

What's the motor limit for the turbo?
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Old 08-18-2010, 04:25 AM   #1084
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It's safe to use turbo function on a 60A ESC?.

What's the motor limit for the turbo?
I've ran full turbo and boost with a 10.5 before. I'm sure you can go to an 8.5T, but on lower settings
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Old 09-08-2010, 01:47 AM   #1085
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hey can someone please tell me if this is the same as the hobbywing esc. if so what program card do I need?http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s....2)&aff=12350t
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Old 09-08-2010, 01:55 AM   #1086
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hey can someone please tell me if this is the same as the hobbywing esc. if so what program card do I need?http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s....2)&aff=12350t
That looks like the HW EZrun 60amp esc.
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Old 09-16-2010, 04:15 PM   #1087
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Hi, Xerun drivers.

The forum is not buzzi at the moment, it's pitty because I see the Xerun 120
become faster and faster, and this we al looking for.
And realibillity is quit good.
Show some settings for 13.5 and 4.5t for TC if you like.
Let not all the work to be done by cherryblost he is a great guy and
share all he knows.


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Anybody run these in a 10th scale buggy ? maybe 13.5t class ?
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Old 09-17-2010, 02:56 PM   #1089
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Anybody run these in a 10th scale buggy ? maybe 13.5t class ?
I've run this ESC in my B44 buggy with a 10.5t and its keeps up with
6.5t cars.
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I've run this ESC in my B44 buggy with a 10.5t and its keeps up with
6.5t cars.
Thanks.

Thats what i needed to know. Was wondering how it would fit in a b4.
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Old 09-19-2010, 07:25 AM   #1091
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Thanks.

Thats what i needed to know. Was wondering how it would fit in a b4.
For a B4 it is the smoothest ESC you can find
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Old 09-23-2010, 04:36 PM   #1092
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For a B4 it is the smoothest ESC you can find
Yes it is Best investment in brushless I have made. Simply put love it.

Now for another question.

Just got a Ofna Hyper 10sc , Is it possible to use this esc for a 550 size 5.5t motor ?

This is the motor Im gonna use by the way.
http://www.teamepiconline.com/shop/i...p?item=TEP1034
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Yes it is Best investment in brushless I have made. Simply put love it.

Now for another question.

Just got a Ofna Hyper 10sc , Is it possible to use this esc for a 550 size 5.5t motor ?

This is the motor Im gonna use by the way.
http://www.teamepiconline.com/shop/i...p?item=TEP1034
as far i know it wil do just like sp gt does, but im not sure wit the stock firmware, but the mod firmware will do.
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Old 09-24-2010, 03:13 PM   #1094
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Questions?? XeRun 60A

Hi all,
I have a XeRun 60A V2.1 in my Yokomo Bmax4 together with a Ballistic 7.5 with a roll out of 9.0.
Speedo and lipo are around 40C and motor at 62C after a 8 - 10 min run on an Astroturf track.
Software is V1.10_091218a_t which I think is an old version (version 27). Punch is at 5 and timing at max.
I would like to have some more top end on the straight, smoother acceleration (more lineair) out of the corner, better brakes and cooler temperatures of the motor.
Which software version is advised?
Probably a lot to ask for but it is not really clear which are the best softwares per application.
Thanks in advance.
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Yes it is Best investment in brushless I have made. Simply put love it.

Now for another question.

Just got a Ofna Hyper 10sc , Is it possible to use this esc for a 550 size 5.5t motor ?

This is the motor Im gonna use by the way.
http://www.teamepiconline.com/shop/i...p?item=TEP1034
This motor is for the Xerun60A in my opinion to heavy, but compair the specification of both motors and look to the amps they consume.
If this is close then it is OK if not you have to purschase the Xerun120A.

Good luck

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