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Old 02-03-2014, 07:26 AM
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can I use the same LCD box for multiple escs? I cant remember if it loads software and saves or if the esc saves?
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Old 02-03-2014, 08:05 AM
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Originally Posted by AlanHall
can I use the same LCD box for multiple escs? I cant remember if it loads software and saves or if the esc saves?
I have used the same Hobbywing Multifunction LCD Program Box on multiple speed controls.
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Old 02-03-2014, 09:30 AM
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Originally Posted by t2o
I have used the same Hobbywing Multifunction LCD Program Box on multiple speed controls.
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Old 02-03-2014, 09:32 AM
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If it ever stops snowing here Chicago area, I can start spending more time on this thread. lol

Thanks for the kind words JFuel.
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Old 02-03-2014, 09:58 AM
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The SCT Esc with the 4000 kv motor is the real deal. I replaced my Gen2 RX8 and Pro 4 4000 set up with the Hobbywing set up as I was unable to finish an 8minute main in my DESC 410 Durango. I even tried the 7000 mah stand up 1s packs.

Tested it yesterday and got 11 minutes at race pace. Looking forward to racing this truck again as I had just about had it with it dumping on the last lap of a race.

Another point worth mentioning: The power on this thing is linear, but has tons of power. A triple step up I had to get just right to clear with previous set up was no problem with the Hobbywing.

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Old 02-03-2014, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by banana rt
Xerun 150 Amp ESC - Great Purchase!
yes yes, I bought it with a great deal on Ebay *99$.
Cant wait to run it on my scte 2.0. Planning to combo with HW pro 4700KV.
Any setups advices for runnning it in medium-large tracks? thx
Is this the one you bought?You can get them from Falconsekido.com for that price also. If you are going to use this with 2s power you will need an external BEC. Remember the 4700kv motor cant use 3 or 4s.
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Old 02-03-2014, 01:24 PM
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Not to hijack anyone's questions, more to make small praise for the device (XERUN 150a); I purchased one of these for my MP777 conversion, and I chose this ESC over the SCT version for it's high voltage rating of 6S. I am not a racer, though I plan to race soon, I am a Heli guy and have lots of 5S lipo's. I wanted to be able to use my 5S packs.

I am amazed at how smooth this unit (Xerun 150a) is! I run an 1800kv Leopard 4065-1800 2000 Watt motor with a 13T/46-pinion/Spur on 5S (TOP SPEED Calculated to 38 MPH). I have set the DDRS to LEVEL 1 and the timing 'AMTS to 7.5--- and I can say it is SMOOOOTH like butter even un-sensored; cogging only at useless speeds used for creeping about. Do not fear higher voltage setups like 5 and 6S (unless your racing doesn't allow), they can be made smooth in your 1/8 scale buggies, running cool and long, even on weak packs. Some of the packs I use for my buggy are too weak to even fly my heli's with, yet they are ok in the buggy, not great but... OK.
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Old 02-04-2014, 03:39 PM
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So... is a 10.5 in a Stadium Truck too much for the XTREME Stock to handle?
(I know the website specs state >= 11.5)
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Old 02-04-2014, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by slakr
So... is a 10.5 in a Stadium Truck too much for the XTREME Stock to handle?
(I know the website specs state >= 11.5)
It will be fine.
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Old 02-04-2014, 04:58 PM
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WOW! I am impressed. Just installed the XeRun SCT PRO 4000kv combo in my Losi 22SCT, and it kills the stock combo and eats it for breakfast! A couple of runs down the street with a 2s at speeds that weren't even imaginable previously and I destroyed a rear axle trying to slow down, spinning out instead and hitting the curb... Going to take some getting used to!

LOVE IT HOBBYWING!

Anyone using this setup got a gear recommendation for 48p setup? Or know how to change the losi to a mod1 or 32p? I can't seem to find anything on this subject as I guess most people don't use a 5mm shaft motor with 48p gearing
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Hang on Pete more snow on the way WoW!you guys are getting hit this winter.
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Originally Posted by Max_Power_RC
WOW! I am impressed. Just installed the XeRun SCT PRO 4000kv combo in my Losi 22SCT, and it kills the stock combo and eats it for breakfast! A couple of runs down the street with a 2s at speeds that weren't even imaginable previously and I destroyed a rear axle trying to slow down, spinning out instead and hitting the curb... Going to take some getting used to!

LOVE IT HOBBYWING!

Anyone using this setup got a gear recommendation for 48p setup? Or know how to change the losi to a mod1 or 32p? I can't seem to find anything on this subject as I guess most people don't use a 5mm shaft motor with 48p gearing
That is a great combo. Glad your enjoying your Hobbywing products!
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Originally Posted by 5th wheel
Hang on Pete more snow on the way WoW!you guys are getting hit this winter.
Yep snowing now 4-6" and that seems like nothing this year compared to how were getting hit. And more this weekend, brings back memory's of the 70 and 80's. Wait im not that old.

Need to get one of those rc snowmobiles and throw a SCT Pro in there!
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Got a question will it be ok to hook up the SCT Pro ESC with the Tenshock to see if it works ? I plan on getting the LCD Card to use the software for the Tenshock motor still.
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Old 02-04-2014, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
Got a question will it be ok to hook up the SCT Pro ESC with the Tenshock to see if it works ? I plan on getting the LCD Card to use the software for the Tenshock motor still.
Should be fine, I would make sure your running a good battery, IMO that motor draws more than usual.
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