Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC

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This is the Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC. The Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec stands out in the crowd as being a lightweight and efficient stock racing ESC. Featuring a lightweight heat-sink and case, an electronic switch, 10 stored preset profiles, external programming port and improved airflow, it's easy to see why the V3.1 Stock Spec is the ESC of choice for many racers.


  • Light weight heat-sink and cases are most suitable for STOCK class race.
  • All in One. Up to ten profiles can be stored in the memory and imported or exported easily. Factory pre-set profiles include:
  • Blinky mode, Modify Mode, Stock mode, Practice mode, Offroad mode, Drift mode, Crawler mode.
  • Built-in Electronic Switch, long life and high reliability, also saves space on the chassis.
  • External Programming Port (EPP), easy to connect and also a power port for additional fan.
  • Advanced Dynamic Timing technology, providing more customization possibilities for highest level competitions.
  • Precise throttle and brake control, setting of drag brake and brake strength with more options, new punch and brake rate control functions, and throttle and brake curves through the PC client.
  • Integrated Data logger, recording the maximum temperature of ESC and motor as well as the maximum RPM, using LCD Programming box to check easily in the pits.
  • Multi Protection Functions, making your running safe with ESC and Motor overheat protection, low voltage cutoff and throttle signal loss protection.
  • Easily programmed with the MultifunctionLCD Program Box and USB Link Software (Note: XERUN V3 ESC ONLY works with the new version of the USB Link Software, V3.2_121204 or later version is recommended)
  • USB LINK Software graphic interface, providing extra parameters for advanced settings.
  • ESC firmware can be updated through the USB adapter in the LCD Program Box.

Current: Continuous:
100A, Burst: 600A
4-9 cells NiMH/NiCd or 2-3S LiPo *See Note
Built-in BEC:
6V@3A (linear mode)
0.0003 Ohm
Motor Supported:
Sensored and sensorless brushless motor
Motor Limit:

  • With 2 Lipo or 4-6 NiMH 1/10 on-road: >=4.5T, 1/10 off-road: >=5.5T
  • With 3 Lipo or 7-9 NiMH 1/10 on-road: >=6.5T, 1/10 off-road: >=8.5T
  • *For 7-9 cells NiMH/NiCd or 3S LiPo, the standard cooling fan needs to be changed to 12V high voltage fan.

Suitable Car: 1/10, 1/12 all competitions 1/10,1/8 rock crawler
Cooling Fan:
External Programming Port Output:
6V from built-in BEC (* The 6V output is usable for external cooling fan)
37.5mm(L) x 31mm(W) x 32mm(H), excluding wire connectors
Weight: 86.8g (includes cooling fan)

Note:  For 4-6 cells NiMH/NiCd or 2S LiPo, the standard cooling fan needn't be changed. For 7-9 cells NiMH/NiCd or 3S LiPo, the standard cooling fan needs to be changed to 12V high voltage fan.

This product was added to our catalog on July 29, 2014.

Eric Wetzel
Friday, Jan 8 2016 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC
I have been running this ESC in my 22 3.0 for a few weeks now. I was running 17.5 with the fan attach and this is a smooth ESC. I just recently dropped a 7.5t motor into my car and this ESC handles it just fine with no issues. I have used all the top ESC (Tekin, Orion, Novak) and the quality of this ESC is just as good but for a more reasonable price. The LCD program box is a good additional as well to help fine tune your ESC.)
Tom Tanner
Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 13 2016 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC
A smooth, tunable, and reliable ESC with strong brakes. I purchased the V3.1 Stock Spec to pair with a 17.5T motor, but I've also run it quite a bit with a 8.5 turn. I've even run it with a 6.5 with no heat issues. The tuning parameters of this ESC are a great selling point. You can adjust multiple throttle, punch, and braking parameters in order to maximize performance on a variety of track conditions.)
Jeremiah Sensing
Friday, Apr 21 2017 (4 weeks ago)
Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC
Smooth esc, ran it in a B5m with. Reedy 17.5 for a while before switching the motor to a tekin 8.5. Esc will take a 10 minute main on a tight track with lots of brake, gas, and back again and come off the track at 125 degrees. It's worth the money for sure, easily programmable with the LCD box and very reliable.)
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 30 2016 (9 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC
I bought this ESC and the digital programming box for my new associated SC5M short course truck a while back. I have benn running this now for about 4-5 months and I am super pleased with this purchase. It's easy to use and program. I have used the pre set tunes for most of my practice and race sessions. Great price. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a great cool running ESC that is pre programmed yet still allows you to program your own tunes tunes if you want. I plan to buy another one for my B5M Lite buggy that I'm building right now

You will not be disappointed with this ESC

Robert Marrow
Verified Owner
Saturday, Nov 5 2016 (6 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC
Purchased this esc with confidence because my friend has 2 of these and perform great.
Was running perfect for a month then started to experience power cuts and dropouts then I lost the turbo function which is why I bought this esc.
I tried reprogramming and new Censors cables but couldn't fix the problems, maybe I just got a bad one but not willing to try again.
And hobbywing customer support is an vacant building.
So I ended up selling it with an old kit lol.
Apart from this hobbywing brushless motors are the best!!)
Timothy Marco
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 9 2016 (11 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun V3.1 Stock Spec Sensored Brushless ESC
The built in on/off switch is a pain to use and my esc quit the second time I used it. I'm going back to my Tekins.)