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Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC

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The Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC provides an incredible price to performance ratio that is not often found within ESCs containing this feature set. 

Featuring an auto identification system for sensored or sensorless use, competition level programming for incredible feel & control, multiple programmable items, 8 steps of timing adjustments, proportional brake with 4 steps of brake force, 8 steps of drag brake, 4 steps of initial brake force, 9 steps of punch adjustments, & lots of protection features! 

Specifications:
Continuous Current: 120A
Peak Current: 760A
Applications:
1/10 Touring Car, Buggy, F1, Drift Car
Motor Limits:
4-6 Cell NiMh OR 2s LiPo:
>3.5T (1/10 On Road), >4.5T (1/10 Off Road)
8-9 Cell NiMh OR 3s LiPo: >8.5T (1/10 On Road), >10.5T (1/10 Off Road)
Battery Types: 3-9 Cell NiMh, 2-3S LiPo
BEC Output: 6V @ 3A Linear BEC
Dimensions: 43x36x33mm (w/Fan)
Weight: 105g (w/Wires & Fan)

This product was added to our catalog on October 27, 2017

Verified Owner
Friday, May 11 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
Great esc for the price. Easy to program with the Hobbywing program card #HWA30501003. I couldn't use the Hobbywing Multifunction LCD Program Box that I use for my other Hobbywing esc's with this. Was a nightmare programming without the card. Counting flashes and holding a tiny button I easily lost track of what I was adjusting. My advice is to get the card from the start and avoid the headache. On the track it is smooth and has great punch. Fan a little louder then the XR10 Juststock and footprint slightly bigger. Biggest negative is if you race it is not roar approved and no blinky flash. You can set it to zero timing it just doesn't blink. But for just having fun and running mod it's a steal of a buy imo.
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 19 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
This is a terrific esc for 1/10 mod racing yes it’s not something super in depth on tuning but that’s kinda what truly makes it nice is the simplistic nature of it it’s very easy to setup and fairly easy to trackside tune yes it’s got a lil bigger footprint but it fits nicely in a 2wd Buggy as I have it in mine I usually run the V3.1 or the XR10 Pro but money was tight and I wanted to race so yes at some point one of my favorites will be put back into the buggy but I’m in no hurry as this esc is working out just perfectly my only complaint is that I wished hobbywing would have put the better wire that they run on the V3.1 or XR10 Pro but when your trying to budget every lil thing helps so all in all it didn’t make me faster but it didn’t make me slower so if money is an issue look no further it’s not going to get any better then this
Tuesday, Jun 12 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
I bought one of these directly from Hobbywing web site.
Work OK but the drag brake is very non linear and the step between 80% and 100% drag brake is much bigger then that
no problems running it in my B5m with a Reddy 17.5 Sonic MK-3
program box works fine but have to keep the instructions handy because the label on the program box does not exactly match the instructions.
Verified Owner
Friday, Nov 15 2019 (2 days ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
I use this in my B74 race buggy .. my opinion it can perform just as well as any other esc.. I got it at the time because of budget .. but now i have been so pleased with performance that i dont think i will upgrade for the rest of the season... no reason to. It just works ! ... many race days so far and I have watched other expensive esc's die this race season .. but this one shows no signs of giving up. Awesome performance for the price !
Verified Owner
Sunday, Nov 10 2019 (1 week ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
Great speedo especially for the price..I have had it on my eb410 for a couple of months and has worked flawlessly, I use a tekin 8 5 mod motor and my buggy rips
Verified Owner
Friday, May 17 2019 (6 months ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
Great ESC! I run it in 13.5T 4wd buggy and it never lets me down. Easy to setup and forget it. Its a bit on the large side, but in a my b64d it fits perfect and I do not mind the extra weight up front. (edit - yeah it does not do blinky and is not roar approved for spec/stock classes. I don't race often though, but I run it at 0 timing. When I do club race I am not winning anyways which is my fault not the ESC haha)
Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 25 2019 (7 months ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
I have this thing in a short course modified oval car with a 6.5 and it barely gets warm. Buy all of them.
Monday, Mar 18 2019 (8 months ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
Great ESC for the Money if you don't need blinky! Awesome for Drag vehicle(s) or Modified SCT's
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 30 2019 (10 months ago)
Hobbywing QuicRun QR10BL120 120A Sensored Brushless ESC
This is a great ESC. Not a bunch of options but gives you the basics for a small price. It can be programmed using the Wifi module. Has settings for timing adv, brake adjustments, and DDRS. I have this in a ET410 Truggy with a 6.5T motor.