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Old 10-28-2010, 11:39 PM
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We wish anyone who like to exchange information or setup for HW xerun ESC maybe can discuss here And i wish to thanks to everyone for using HW product

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Old 10-29-2010, 12:03 AM
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Glad to see a Support thread for hw products here. I m a user of xerun 150 n 120 amp esc n motors.
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Thxs! We have a similar thread in spore but it's a bit dead. That's y I say it's good to see a good new thread

I am more into off road so hope we can share knowledge here

You are the distributor of hw in Malaysia?
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one noob question,

for 11.5T on road application, which one is recommended, 60A or 120A? and why??? (apart from the amp rating itself, bigger means better???).
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Originally Posted by rizal_eg9 View Post
one noob question,

for 11.5T on road application, which one is recommended, 60A or 120A? and why??? (apart from the amp rating itself, bigger means better???).
60amp is ok, the 120amp esc is usually for mod motors. Stock motors 60amp is ok.

The bigger amp esc handles motors that requires huge amp draw due to their high kv n speed.
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Originally Posted by SuperEk4 View Post
60amp is ok, the 120amp esc is usually for mod motors. Stock motors 60amp is ok.

The bigger amp esc handles motors that requires huge amp draw due to their high kv n speed.

so..if 2 identical car (ratio, roll out,battery and motor) one with 120A and one with 60A....any disadvantages to the car with 60A esc on straight line speed/acceleration for 11.5t application?
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Originally Posted by rizal_eg9 View Post
so..if 2 identical car (ratio, roll out,battery and motor) one with 120A and one with 60A....any disadvantages to the car with 60A esc on straight line speed/acceleration for 11.5t application?
Are we talking abt xerun vs ezrun?

I hv used a low end lrp esc before n when I switch to a Novak gtx. Wow! The motor temp dropped n was more punchy.

I believe there's a diff if we are talking about xerun vs ezrun series

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Old 10-29-2010, 03:11 AM
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I think its just Hobbywing in general...
But Malaysia specific... due to weather, track and what not...
Lets share settings...
Let me post some of the settings that i've got...

ESC: Xerun 120a V2.0
Motor: LRP 10.5T X12 Stock Spec
Software: 518 STOCK

was told to put higher settings for item 9-13 but nothed down 2-3 steps: -

9=3
12=3
13=4
14=5
15=4

FDR=7.35
Track straight = 35-40 Meters

Feel: REALLY fast... pick up very good... motor temp after 7 mins run about 65 degree celsius... almost as fast as a 4.5T
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it seems like the newer blue/silver motors have stronger magnets! I just got myself a Justock combo, i cant really understand the features on the Xtreme or V2.1. Just mess with FDR and chassis setups
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Hi Alan,

Yes, One Hobby is the distributor for malaysia ......glad to see you here and giving some infor and setup thanks
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im using the new extreme 60a with turbo,today just install 518 version it run very nice....
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Hi i would like to know the specs for both the stock 60A ECS and the modified 120A ESC, on the box there is nothing much written. Especially about the fixed timing and the turbo timing profiles. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by alcyon View Post
Hi i would like to know the specs for both the stock 60A ECS and the modified 120A ESC, on the box there is nothing much written. Especially about the fixed timing and the turbo timing profiles. Thanks.
If you are talking about xerun 60amps vs xerun 120amp there's is a big difference the amp limit

60amps xtreme specs

b) 8.5T, 10.5T, 11.5T, 13.5T, 17.5T or 21.5T sensored brushless motor supported


1***ESC Specification

1.1 Output: Continuous current 60A, burst current 380A.
1.2 Input: 4-9 cells NiMH/NiCd or 2-3 cells LiPo.** Note1
1.3 BEC Output: [email protected]*linear mode built-in BEC.
1.4 Resistance: 0.0006 Ohm.




120amp specs


1***Specification


1.1 Output: Continuous current 120A, burst current 760A.
1.2 Input: 4-9 cells NiMH/NiCd or 2-3 cells LiPo.** Note1
1.3 BEC Output: [email protected]*linear mode built-in BEC.
1.4 Resistance: 0.0003 Ohm.
1.5 Motor Supported: 3.5 & below

As u can see the bec, amp limit, ohm & motor limit is different also
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Originally Posted by why_pay_more View Post
Hi Alan,

Yes, One Hobby is the distributor for malaysia ......glad to see you here and giving some infor and setup thanks
No problem I try to share if I know n can learn too.

I drive for hobbywing so I should help
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