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Old 02-08-2019, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default So one of my esc died... Now what

I had a dual esc setup.. one esc is toast.
Only the front wheels spin.

I liked having the xr10 as my crawl any thing right.

I don't want to spend on a new set up.. money's tight .

Any cheap and simple fixes?
What don people do with xr10s now that comp crawling has died down
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Old 02-10-2019, 09:41 AM   #2
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Default Re: So one of my esc died... Now what

Sorry to hear that man. Other than continuing your trouble shooting to be absolutely certain that it’s a smoked ESC, sounds like you might need to pick up another one. The only “less expensive” option I can think of is posting up in the WANTED section for a new ESC or for a dual ESC. Also comb thru the FOR SALE section.

As far as what the XR10 is used for now... I take mine everywhere I go and dominate.

Hope this helps and good luck!


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