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Old 04-13-2019, 01:55 PM
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Sooooo, I currently have a quicrun bl 120, and I run it in my t5m for practice racing, not proper racing, but I run 2s lipo on it with a 10.5 sensored motor. Anyways, I got a new 4x4 sct and its pretty heavy compared to the t5m, but looking at the specs of the max 10(designed for 4x4 sct's), which has 80a max , but the quicrun is 120a max but is meant for 2wd buggies and trucks, what's the difference? They both can do 2-3s lipos, they have a fan, and both can run sensorless (the quicrun can run sensored also) motors, but one has higher constant amp draw. show me your opinions or comments because im very confused on what to use, I mean i have the quicrun, but should I use it or not?
Been running the Quickrun 120BL with a 10.5 Bandit in a short course 2wd dirt late model for about a year. No problem.
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Old 04-20-2019, 10:27 AM
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Bought a used xr8 plus can anyone tell me how to program it to my radio i have tried looking it up on youtube but there all on how to program with the box i just to set it with my radio and then program it with the box.
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Old 04-20-2019, 11:13 AM
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You can download a pdf of the manual off of hobbywing's website.
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Old 04-20-2019, 11:51 AM
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You can download a pdf of the manual off of hobbywing's website.
tried but cant read it even when i try to blow it up it just becomes blurry.
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tried but cant read it even when i try to blow it up it just becomes blurry.
1) start with radio on and esc off, but booked up to battery
2) hold the set button on the esc while pressing the on/off button. Release the button once the led flashes.
3) set neutral point, press set button (green led flashes and motor beeps once)
4) set throttle (pull trigger), press set button (green led flashes and motor beeps twice)
5) set brake (push trigger), press set button (green led flashes and motor beeps 3 times).

Those are the directions for calibrating your radio to the esc.
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Originally Posted by Tracy B View Post
1) start with radio on and esc off, but booked up to battery
2) hold the set button on the esc while pressing the on/off button. Release the button once the led flashes.
3) set neutral point, press set button (green led flashes and motor beeps once)
4) set throttle (pull trigger), press set button (green led flashes and motor beeps twice)
5) set brake (push trigger), press set button (green led flashes and motor beeps 3 times).

Those are the directions for calibrating your radio to the esc.
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Old 04-20-2019, 02:25 PM
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Thank you!
Not a problem.
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Old 04-22-2019, 05:05 AM
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Is there anywhere I can find setup sheets? I google search and they come up but I can't blow them up or print em out. I'm running on an extremely loose track with high speed small jumps. Have the XR8 plus w/ 2100 reedy in my MBX8. It's a turn and burn backyard track. Nothing crazy just wheel time
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I don't know about setup sheets, but you can download the pdf of manual at
www.hobbywingdirect.com
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Don’t need the manual
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Originally Posted by hyperfuxx View Post
Donít need the manual
If you don't need the manual, then what are you looking for?
I have not seen any setup sheets since everything is user specific. The esc is setup pretty decent right from the factory. If you have a program box or wifi module, then you can program the settings to your chassis or track conditions.
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Maybe I'm missing something here. Looking for setup help OR setup sheets referring to crazy dusty track with high speed small jumps.
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Originally Posted by hyperfuxx View Post
Maybe I'm missing something here. Looking for setup help OR setup sheets referring to crazy dusty track with high speed small jumps.
mainly want to adjust your throttle/punch control. Lower the percentage from where you are now. Hard to say where you should be, you just have to see what feel,good to you and your track
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Hi folks, wondering if I can find the answer here. Is the 2:1 Program card supported on QuicRun 1080 WP ? Been trying and it is stuck at Connecting ESC.
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Originally Posted by ongbenghui View Post
Hi folks, wondering if I can find the answer here. Is the 2:1 Program card supported on QuicRun 1080 WP ? Been trying and it is stuck at Connecting ESC.
not sure if it does, but have you depressed the item button to see if the menu changes?
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