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Old 01-08-2012, 02:44 PM
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Hi, I bought a new Mugen Mbx6 Eco, I have Ace ds 1015 servo, Zippy 4S 5000 mah 40 c lippo, Which Xerun combos do you offer me? and do I need external BEC?
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Old 01-08-2012, 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by cemery
Hi, I bought a new Mugen Mbx6 Eco, I have Ace ds 1015 servo, Zippy 4S 5000 mah 40 c lippo, Which Xerun combos do you offer me? and do I need external BEC?
Hear you can look for yourself and decide what's best for you.
http://www.hobbypartz.com/xerun150acar.html
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Old 01-08-2012, 08:41 PM
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Hi, I bought a new Mugen Mbx6 Eco, I have Ace ds 1015 servo, Zippy 4S 5000 mah 40 c lippo, Which Xerun combos do you offer me? and do I need external BEC?
I am not with hobbywing or anything. However I would get the xerun 150a ESC. I would ask on the Mbx6 eco thread which motor to get. It will matter how many cells you want to run. I would consider the tenshock X802 but you will need to decide how many KV to get.
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Old 01-29-2012, 05:34 AM
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More and more I am reading about guys recommending glitch busters or bec. What's is this? The cap on the esc? I use a spectrum radio and just ordered a 60A xerun and 17.5T for my 22T. Do I need one of these? I had my 150 A xerun for over a year, same radio and no problems...
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hey guys what the best combo to run in a 1/8 rc8te truggy
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Originally Posted by Zangetsu
hey guys what the best combo to run in a 1/8 rc8te truggy
Xerun 150a esc/2000kv motor 4s lipo
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Originally Posted by Peff
Hey guys,

More and more I am reading about guys recommending glitch busters or bec. What's is this? The cap on the esc? I use a spectrum radio and just ordered a 60A xerun and 17.5T for my 22T. Do I need one of these? I had my 150 A xerun for over a year, same radio and no problems...
Its not a cap, its more of a power regulator for your receiver. You bypass the internal bec of your speedo, and attach an external bec. Reason being is the external is better than the internal on most ESC. Some people are running them on 1/10 ESC to get more power to their servos, most internal bec's put out 5v, this external you can program to get the most power to your servos, 6v+ or whatever the servo can handle. It mainly depends on what servos you are running, if the servos are drawing more power than your internal bec can handle, you will get glitching of your system. If you are not having any glitching, dont worry about it, if it comes up, this will most likely fix it.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Adjustable-BEC
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Thanks speedy

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Its not a cap, its more of a power regulator for your receiver. You bypass the internal bec of your speedo, and attach an external bec. Reason being is the external is better than the internal on most ESC. Some people are running them on 1/10 ESC to get more power to their servos, most internal bec's put out 5v, this external you can program to get the most power to your servos, 6v+ or whatever the servo can handle. It mainly depends on what servos you are running, if the servos are drawing more power than your internal bec can handle, you will get glitching of your system. If you are not having any glitching, dont worry about it, if it comes up, this will most likely fix it.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Adjustable-BEC
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Is the description of the combo listed here good for buggy and what is the kv of the motor? New to hobbywing and thinking about getting this combo
HobbyWing 1:8 M6A Brushless Combo w/ XERUN 17T 4274SD Sensored Motor & XERUN 150A-SD Brushless ESC + LCD Program Box for 1/8 RC Buggy/Truggy
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Originally Posted by jurquhart
Is the description of the combo listed here good for buggy and what is the kv of the motor? New to hobbywing and thinking about getting this combo
HobbyWing 1:8 M6A Brushless Combo w/ XERUN 17T 4274SD Sensored Motor & XERUN 150A-SD Brushless ESC + LCD Program Box for 1/8 RC Buggy/Truggy

Yes it's cool for a buggy may have too much torque for it....a 4274 is a 2000kv motor you may want to look at the combo with a 4168SD 2250kv motor!
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Originally Posted by IROC-AR15
Yes it's cool for a buggy may have too much torque for it....a 4274 is a 2000kv motor you may want to look at the combo with a 4168SD 2250kv motor!
Cool thanks
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Is there any way to change the firmware on sct pro to ramp timing?
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hey Guys,

I'm running a HW XERUN SCT Pro with a Tekin 5.5 4x4 550 Motor in my SC10 4x4. with a 2S lipo.

my issue is that it is very "soft" it doesn't seems to have any punch off the line and top end speed is very slow. I used to have a the XERUN 120A in this truck before and that ESC was way punchier and faster with the same gearing. I have maxed out all of the settings on the SCT Pro could this be the difference in software? Should i flash it with the V3 software? After a 6 min qualifier my motor is only 98-105 degrees. So i know i'm not over geared.

thx in advance for the help
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My Xerun 150a esc should be here today or so and I was wondering can I absolutely set the esc to 5s cell count? I run a Tekin 1550kv x 5s setup.
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