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Old 03-08-2015, 08:52 PM
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So when is the new 1/8 esc coming out? Amain and my local hobby are showing discontinued or back order
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Old 03-09-2015, 03:32 AM
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Originally Posted by tedstryker
So when is the new 1/8 esc coming out? Amain and my local hobby are showing discontinued or back order
If you're talking 150a, I noticed that the current ones have stopped being carried as well I was at a shop on Friday when the owner cled hobbywing and was told that a new 150a ESC would be available in about 4 weeks that would replace the current 150a
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Old 03-09-2015, 06:46 AM
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Default Motor temp cutoff F or C?

Need to know if my 125 degree cutoff setting is F or C. Thanks
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Old 03-09-2015, 07:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Structure26
If you're talking 150a, I noticed that the current ones have stopped being carried as well I was at a shop on Friday when the owner cled hobbywing and was told that a new 150a ESC would be available in about 4 weeks that would replace the current 150a
Yes the 150A looking forward to the new one
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Originally Posted by tedstryker
Yes the 150A looking forward to the new one
7.2v BEC on the new ESC ?
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Originally Posted by rkhess
7.2v BEC on the new ESC ?
I've heard that from a couple sources nothing confirmed...
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that would suck. I just sold all my HV Servos and replaced them with standard servos LOL. Oh well. I know it's really a good thing. Just sucks for me
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Does anyone know what the green and red on solid means on ezrun esc's
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Originally Posted by tedstryker
So when is the new 1/8 esc coming out? Amain and my local hobby are showing discontinued or back order
Two 150A left.
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Sweet! Hopefully the new version is just a little smaller.
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Originally Posted by ICEMAN96
Does anyone know what the green and red on solid means on ezrun esc's
If you mean that it's flashing green and red, it most likely means that it is automatically switched over to sensorless mode. There may have been a problem pairing it with the censored motor.
If you did me in that red is solid or green is solid, red means it's stopped and green means it's going. That's it.
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Originally Posted by jhautz
Sweet! Hopefully the new version is just a little smaller.
Yea, that would be sweet! Wouldn't have to work so hard to get them to fit they want I want them to in the teknos!
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Can some one please tell me were i can find a setup for my hobbywing 3.1 I'm running a 7.5t motor in a b5m and for some reason it has no go, I'm thinking it has to be the stock setup because when i run the same motor with my orion esc its an absolute rocket. TIA
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Originally Posted by DREWS
Can some one please tell me were i can find a setup for my hobbywing 3.1 I'm running a 7.5t motor in a b5m and for some reason it has no go, I'm thinking it has to be the stock setup because when i run the same motor with my orion esc its an absolute rocket. TIA
http://rcinsider.com/?p=69353

Use the mod settings. They are a good starting point.
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Originally Posted by Micah123
Need to know if my 125 degree cutoff setting is F or C. Thanks
The V3 series is measured in Celsius.
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