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Old 07-18-2019, 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by brian mills View Post

The Xr10pro along with most escís is only compatible as fast as SHR not SSR. Sanwaís own esc as well as older LRP escís are the only ones that I have seen yet able to work with SSR. I have tested the Xr10pro first hand
Okay, thanks Brian for your reply!

Do you know the benefits of the SHR mode regarding to the normal mode?
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Okay, thanks Brian for your reply!

Do you know the benefits of the SHR mode regarding to the normal mode?
The benefits are faster resolution and more precise response I always run SHR on throttle channel 2 and the fastest mode capable on steering channel 1 SSR,SUR,SXR
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I use the Hobbywing XR10 Stock Spec ESC with the capacitor that came with the ESC. I have read and been told to put a 2 cap or 4 cap capacitor on the ESC.

What is the reason for doing this? Is it really that noticable?

Has anyone tried using the Hobbywing Non polarity capacitor (NPC for XR10 PRO G2 ESC Stock Racing) on the Stock Spec ESC? I like the clean look of the new capacitor but it says it is for the XR10 Pro G2 but I wonder if it would work.

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Originally Posted by zipperfoot View Post
I use the Hobbywing XR10 Stock Spec ESC with the capacitor that came with the ESC. I have read and been told to put a 2 cap or 4 cap capacitor on the ESC.

What is the reason for doing this? Is it really that noticable?

Has anyone tried using the Hobbywing Non polarity capacitor (NPC for XR10 PRO G2 ESC Stock Racing) on the Stock Spec ESC? I like the clean look of the new capacitor but it says it is for the XR10 Pro G2 but I wonder if it would work.

I can't comment on how noticeable the capacitor upgrade will be, I still run the stock capacitor.

That non-polar capacitor will work, but you won't be able to make use of the reverse polarity protection feature without melting your ESC.
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