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Old 09-09-2014, 03:34 PM
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Thanks Fastpete ill look that up. PS i refer people to the website in your sig all the time as a USA dealer cause your the only one i know of other than order directly from Hobbywing.
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Thanks Fastpete ill look that up. PS i refer people to the website in your sig all the time as a USA dealer cause your the only one i know of other than order directly from Hobbywing.
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Old 09-09-2014, 06:50 PM
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Hi Guys

my first post in the forum

currently I'm owning xerun 120a esc, im planing to put another hw motor on it, im using 3s lipo battery with 40c.
is it safe using this motor with those battery

hobbywing xerun 13,5t sensored motor or hobbywing V10 sensored 13,5T motor

need some advise Guys

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Originally Posted by kh3ong
Hi Guys

my first post in the forum

currently I'm owning xerun 120a esc, im planing to put another hw motor on it, im using 3s lipo battery with 40c.
is it safe using this motor with those battery

hobbywing xerun 13,5t sensored motor or hobbywing V10 sensored 13,5T motor

need some advise Guys

Thanks Before
The 2.1? And welcome!
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Old 09-09-2014, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by FastPete
The 2.1? And welcome!
Yes Pete V2.1 for the esc,
is it safe to use 3s 40c lipo battery for those motor

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Originally Posted by kh3ong
Yes Pete V2.1 for the esc,
is it safe to use 3s 40c lipo battery for those motor

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I don't see why not as long as its a good quality battery. Should work great.
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Old 09-09-2014, 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by FastPete
I don't see why not as long as its a good quality battery. Should work great.
Thank you very much Pete for the confirmation
just wondering which one is you sugest more for the motor

xerun 13.5 T sensored motor or the v10 sensored motor
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Old 09-09-2014, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by kh3ong
Thank you very much Pete for the confirmation
just wondering which one is you sugest more for the motor

xerun 13.5 T sensored motor or the v10 sensored motor
Either is fine. The V10 is the hot one.
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Originally Posted by FastPete
Either is fine. The V10 is the hot one.
Great, thanks a lot for the info
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Very pleased with the Justock ESCs. Everyone at the track has only great things to say about them so just ordered a 3rd to run them in all my cars now. Great value.
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Old 09-10-2014, 07:10 AM
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Very pleased with the Justock ESCs. Everyone at the track has only great things to say about them so just ordered a 3rd to run them in all my cars now. Great value.
The Justock ESC is amazing for the money. I have ran them for over 2 years now and pushed them to the limits to see what they can handle. I don't suggest doing the same but I was able to run my Justock with no fan in a 2wd SCT with a 13.5 and 10.5 with no issues. I also ran it with a 10.5 and 8.5 in a 2wd buggy but did thermal a few times when I pushed the timing and gearing to the max on the 2wd buggy again with no fan in place. I suggest running a fan if it fits in your application.

It is the little esc that could!
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Old 09-10-2014, 07:49 AM
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I have no idea what i am doing wrong with the setup. I am using the ESC with a turnigy 17.5 motor.

I set it all up, hold down the little red button and then set the idle, button again and hold down the throttle, button one more and set the brake.

The motor typically goes nuts and it only has one speed, its either on or off and it sounds awfully slow.

The red light is always on no matter what when the esc is idle (hand of controller)

any ideas before i lose more of my mind?
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make sure your trims and sub trims are set to neutral. Make sure any ABS or traction control features on the radio are off.

Then
Turn the radio on
hold the the red button pressed and turn the esc on. you should hear some beeps
push red button while trigger at neutral.
Pull the trigger to full throttle, then press the red button. you should hear 2 beeps
Push the trigger to full break and push the red button. you should hear 3 beeps.
Turn the esc off and back on.

Should work fine now.

Make sure the blue wire is going to the A, yellow to the B and orange to the C on the motor. Make sure your throttle is not reveresed on the radio. Make sure your thottle or brake EPA are not over 100%

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crap, i was doing:

hold button and power on, let go of button
click button once to set neutral
click one more for forward
click once more for brake - this is where the motor was going nuts

Ill try the way you said when i get home.
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Originally Posted by djbowen1
crap, i was doing:

hold button and power on, let go of button
click button once to set neutral
click one more for forward
click once more for brake - this is where the motor was going nuts

Ill try the way you said when i get home.
You are doing it correctly......just make sure anti-lock brakes are not on in your radio. And if you read the manual I think it tells you to reverse the throttle. If you have another sensor wire try that too.
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