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Orion R10.1 still a good esc or is it outdated?

Old 12-02-2019, 08:39 AM
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Default Orion R10.1 still a good esc or is it outdated?

Tryed to get a answer on this on another forum without any help.
Been away from rc and racing the last 8-9 years.
I need a new sensored brushless esc and got a offer on a Orion R10.1 esc.
Is it still a good esc or is it as the title says outdated?
I have 3 speed passion gt2 esc from when i was racing but i guess they are really outdated.
What does a newer high end speedo do now compared to a high end speedo from around 2011?
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Old 12-02-2019, 09:31 AM
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its still a great esc
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It might be a good deal if you get the program box with it, or if you already have one of the program boxes for it. Unfortunately the Orion program box costs $90 so that can potentially outweigh the benefits of picking up the cheap ESC. This is less important if you're running a spec/blinky/stock class because most of the necessary adjustments can be done from the ESC itself if needed. I keep on of these ESC's as a backup but I find it inconvenient to program settings this way.

One main difference with the very newest Hobbywing XR10 G2 ESC's is that they have reverse polarity protection... I don't own one but it would only have to save you once from a reversed battery connection to pay for itself. Also, Most of the current generation of ESCs all have the ability to hook up to a wifi/bluetooth programmer which makes for very convenient programming from a cell phone.
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Old 12-02-2019, 05:47 PM
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Thanks Mushroomed, yes it comes with the dsb r+ box.
I get 2 esc + the dsb for around $125 so i guess im going to strike the deal ��
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