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Old 07-25-2014, 03:33 AM   #1
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Default hobbywing v3.1 vs muchmore fleta pro

I have a question what is the best choice for a esc the hobbywing v3.1 or the much more pro fléta
I used it for modified on a large fast track

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has anyone experience with two esc what is the best choice
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I can't say which is better, but the Hobbywing is ROAR-approved for non-timing use. That may not matter to you given your location.
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Both are excellent, I prefer the Fleta Pro, a friend prefers his hobbywing.
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i have used both off them, and they are pretty mutch the same.
Both are very good.
muchmore is 30€ cheaper, so i would go for the muchmore.
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I can't say which is better, but the Hobbywing is ROAR-approved for non-timing use. That may not matter to you given your location.
I used it for modified on a large fast track
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Old 07-26-2014, 08:43 AM   #7
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I can't say which is better, but the Hobbywing is ROAR-approved for non-timing use. That may not matter to you given your location.
I used it for modified on a large fast track my location Netherlands
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The Hobbywing is "muchmore" ( ) tunable than the Fleta, so you can tune very finely every items. And it makes any motor fligh
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Don't know if more to tune is better.
My brother used a time a setup from Lucas Urbain in his fleta pro, and he was a rocket.
My brother was before always using hobbywing, and now he prefers muchmore.

But this is like asking should i buy a Yokomo or ....

There is no wright answer, just look what the other fast local guys using, so if you need help they can help you.

Both ESC are rock solid, if prefer muchmore, a little less settings, so a little less to mess up.

Now i'm using a VIPER esc, also happy with it, but a bit more expensive
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Muchmore hands down.. more amps 140mmv120hw..and 760hw v 940mm
only bad thing is MM can only do 2 cells and hw can do 3..
I like to make a esc mine not use someone else's setting
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I have both and the Muchmore for me has a better feel than the HW. The HW is now my backup esc but the Muchmore has been so reliable that it hasn't been used for quite a while!
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