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Old 11-01-2016, 06:20 PM   #1
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Default Hobby wing 1080 brushed programmable

I've scoured the electronics forum on here and I can't find any thread on this esc so I'm assuming it's fairly new.


It is like a 1060 but much better with the programming capabilities. I'm mostly interested in the higher bec output at a peak 7.4v.


Here is the specs as stated on Amazon.



What are your thoughts on the new contender? Maybe a castle creations competitor. I might even end up with one in my ascender.


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Old 11-01-2016, 06:23 PM   #2
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It just came out yesterday. I think one guy preordered one. I have high hopes for it. I've had great luck with my AE-5's in the SCX10 and SCX10 II, which are based on the 1040/1060? The 1080 has a better BEC and the included program card. Hell, if I knew this was coming, I would've waited because the AE-5 was the same price.
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Very interested. Let us know if the internal bec works well

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Very interested. Let us know if the internal bec works well

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That's one of the main reasons as I think it will allow people who can't solder to be able to run high torque servo's. I am one of them lol. Also, my current esc which is the dynamite waterproof that the 1060 hw quicrun is based on has a ground wire going out on the inside I believe.


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I have one pre-ordered. The WP1060 is awesome and I expect this to be even better.
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I'm reading from the instructions here so bear with me, as I haven't tested it myself yet, but:

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"For regular vehicles, we recommend disabling this function. With it disabled , your vehicle can have quick acceleration. For a crawler (simulation model), we suggest enabling it. With it enabled, you crawler can have better lineraity during low speed running and also less heat".
Yes, it says "you crawler", and don't ask me what (simulation model) means lol...
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