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Old 08-08-2013, 03:10 AM
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Well that's a bit dodge.
Top of the line 'comp' esc doesn't have competition settings....

So what esc's do have all those features?
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Thruan
Well that's a bit dodge.
Top of the line 'comp' esc doesn't have competition settings....

So what esc's do have all those features?
Every other xerun model except the Justock (blinky only), SCT Pro and the 150 amp. The 150 and sct pro have basic timing advance, but do not have actual boost/turbo settings.
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:18 AM
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Originally Posted by RokleM
I'm at 16t and it's a rocket during acceleration even with punch and timing set to 1. Seems about on par with the rest of the e-1/8ths with maybe a little advantage on the low end (possibly the setup or traction however).
I have run the 2250 and the 1850 hw motors in my eb 48 and the 2250 really does run much hotter. As far as power, by the time i got the 1850 and 2250 geared correctly, the speed down the straight was close to even with the 2250 having a little more pop in the corners. Overall, i liked the 1850 better and it ran 30-40 degrees cooler. It has a much larger window of adjustment. I run on a large outdoor track in 90 plus degree weather. You should give the 1850 a whirl buddy.
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Thruan
Well that's a bit dodge.
Top of the line 'comp' esc doesn't have competition settings....

So what esc's do have all those features?
There is no ESC in the world that has those features.....
Don't forget we are talking 8th scale big can motors here!

The Tekin RX8 looks to have some RPM related timing advance, but it is certainly not as much timing as we are used to with boost and turbo.

Big motors, don't like a lot of timing advance.
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Originally Posted by protc3
I have run the 2250 and the 1850 hw motors in my eb 48 and the 2250 really does run much hotter. As far as power, by the time i got the 1850 and 2250 geared correctly, the speed down the straight was close to even with the 2250 having a little more pop in the corners. Overall, i liked the 1850 better and it ran 30-40 degrees cooler. It has a much larger window of adjustment. I run on a large outdoor track in 90 plus degree weather. You should give the 1850 a whirl buddy.
Have to be honest, if I was to invest money into another motor it probably wouldn't be another one with hard wired connections.
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Old 08-08-2013, 06:27 AM
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I've been looking at the xerun v3.1 to try. Has anyone swithed from a tekin rs or rs pro and compare the differences in smootheness, brakes...etc? I've heard good things about this esc
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Originally Posted by timannnn6
Anyone have any tips on getting the rear bearing out on a xerun 3656 4000kv motor? It's definitely stuck. Thanks
Anyone?
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Old 08-08-2013, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Thruan
Well that's a bit dodge.
Top of the line 'comp' esc doesn't have competition settings....

So what esc's do have all those features?
I run the V3 120 amp speed control and it has all the functions you want. I have it in my SCT410 Tekno with he 4000kv 4 pole and it is fast.
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Originally Posted by RokleM
Have to be honest, if I was to invest money into another motor it probably wouldn't be another one with hard wired connections.
+1 i'll probably end up going with ad banner right below this thread, a tekin 1900Kv gen 1. Since they're now basically the same price as a new hobbywing.

Originally Posted by protc3
I have run the 2250 and the 1850 hw motors in my eb 48 and the 2250 really does run much hotter. As far as power, by the time i got the 1850 and 2250 geared correctly, the speed down the straight was close to even with the 2250 having a little more pop in the corners. Overall, i liked the 1850 better and it ran 30-40 degrees cooler. It has a much larger window of adjustment. I run on a large outdoor track in 90 plus degree weather. You should give the 1850 a whirl buddy.
Yes i agree. The 2250 feels pretty much the same down the straight as the 1900Kv i was using before and it feels like it has less torque than the 1900. Those are 2 bad things in my opinion. The 2250 also runs hotter as well, @ 15t i'm seeing temps of 155-160 after a 6 min heat. Pretty sure the 1900Kv i was using before was around 140. The hard-wired connections don't really bother me at all (easier to unplug for maintenance). Bottom line i bought this motor when i needed to have something on an important race day. I really wish i wouldn't have "bought it" and just borrowed it for the weekend like i had the option to.
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Originally Posted by timannnn6
Anyone have any tips on getting the rear bearing out on a xerun 3656 4000kv motor? It's definitely stuck. Thanks
Start at this post, there's more discussion below it as well.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/12271982-post3418.html

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Originally Posted by dtr
What is the difference between the Xerun 3656 and the Ezrun 3656 motors? Obviously there is the sensor, shaft diameter and different case but anything else?
So I run a Xerun 3656 4700 without a sensor cable and it runs fine(cogs a tick, but but ultimately runs cooler and longer, no issues on the track). Been wanting to try a 4000, thinking about the Ezrun 3656.

With the exception of being sensorless, which I don't really care about, are these the same motors? The EZrun only has a 3 mil shaft, but that doesn't mean they are completely different....

Power wise, is the Ezrun 4000 the same as the Xerun 4000? Or do I need to spring the extra 20 bucks for the Xerun?

Anyone run both?

I searched, but only came up with the question from above. Maybe I didn't dig long enough... sorry if it's been addressed before...
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Originally Posted by protc3
I have run the 2250 and the 1850 hw motors in my eb 48 and the 2250 really does run much hotter. As far as power, by the time i got the 1850 and 2250 geared correctly, the speed down the straight was close to even with the 2250 having a little more pop in the corners. Overall, i liked the 1850 better and it ran 30-40 degrees cooler. It has a much larger window of adjustment. I run on a large outdoor track in 90 plus degree weather. You should give the 1850 a whirl buddy.
In your eb48 are you using hobbywing speedo. If so which model.
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Been emailing and calling falconsekido for 2 days anybody ever have a problem with getting ahold of them?
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Originally Posted by BIGSKI15
I've been looking at the xerun v3.1 to try. Has anyone swithed from a tekin rs or rs pro and compare the differences in smootheness, brakes...etc? I've heard good things about this esc
The v3.1 is the best esc out there right now hands down IMHO.i came from rs,rs pro,pulse,r10 pro. It's smoother then any of these. There's more features then any other esc. If you know anyone with one check out all the different settings .The multifunction box makes it so easy to
Adjust your settings.Ive yet to get mine over 127 deg. That's being run in an scte paired with a 4700kv.Its footprint is nice and small so it will fit nicely in your 1 /10 4x4 buggies .
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I have a HW 1800 and SCT Pro in my EB-48 and its a great combo. Run it on a small track with a 17T, timing @ 0 and punch @ 1 and I still have tons of torque to power out of any corner, temps at 160ish from 7min race and 95+ weather. I was one the fence about which motor to get 2250 or the 1800, everything I read and everyone at my track said the same thing to me. "Get the lower kv motor, its easier to drive, will temp lower and better torque", couldn't agree more.
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