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Old 01-24-2017, 10:40 AM   #1
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Default QUICRUN 10BL60 worth a try ?

After sitting on a shelf for 3 years I'm finally putting my wraith together. AX2 trans, Tekin Roc412 3100KV, 7954 servo, drive train upgrades etc. I had an MMP for it but decided to put that in my dual motor Summit since the new mamba X came out so I ordered one of those. Now waiting for it to come. I like to try out different manufactures just for the fact I like messing around with different setups. I have my favourites Castle ESCs, Tekin Motors, Hitec servos but I'll try any brand once. I know HobbyWing has been gaining a decent/debatable rep as a mid level electronics brand. I have one of there brushed ESCs I got free in an SCX10 and it seems decent. Want to try one of there sensored ESCs. Question is does the one in the link have enough balls to run the Roc motor ? Or should I step up to their next size ESC ? I'll use this as a trail/crawler rig just want enough speed for some hills. If the quality is crud I'll put the Mamba X in it. I just don't want to cook it because I overworked it. I only want it to fail if it's junk lol.

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Old 01-24-2017, 10:42 AM   #2
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I looked for reviews but only found a couple and looked like they were using them for brushed motors or bashing with a sensored motor.
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HobbyWing rocks. I would suggest a higher rated ESC though. That one is only 60A.
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HobbyWing rocks. I would suggest a higher rated ESC though. That one is only 60A.


Too little for the Roc motor ?


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Too little for the Roc motor ?
For a ROC412 in a Wraith, yes, I believe 60A isn't enough. You might get away with it, but you might also start your rig on fire.

You'd be better off with this:
https://www.hobbywingdirect.com/prod...iant=270012966
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