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Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC

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The Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 offers the latest in Hobbywing ESC technology, developed and optimized for stock spec class racing. Recommended for on-road and off-road spec racing, this high quality ESC features a tiny 31.5x25.6x16.1mm footprint, a full aluminum case, and 80 amp current delivery with burst up to 380 amps! Other features include 2S LiPo compatibility, and a 6V/3A switch mode BEC.

Specifications:
Current: Continuous: 80A / Burst: 380A
Battery: 5-7 cells NiMH/NiCd / 2S LiPo
Built-in BEC: 6V@3A (switch mode)
Motor Supported: Sensored and sensorless brushless motors
Suitable Motor: 3650 Motors,1/10 Touring Cars ≥10.5T, 1/10 Buggy≥13.5T
Application: STOCK class of 1/10th Touring Car & Buggy Racing
Cooling Fan: 5V - 7.4V (20x20x8mm)
Wires: 14AWG-200mm
Size: 31.5x25.6x16.1mm
Weight: 28g (without wires and  cooling fan)

This product was added to our catalog on October 25, 2016

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jan 3 2017 (about 2 years ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
I was not certain if this ESC was truly capable of powering 13.5 wheeler, however a few gent's overseas advised that this little speedo was fully capable for competitive 13.5 wheeler, thus the only suggested option part to add was a Hobbywing quad capacitor which I did from the get go. Anyhow I will get straight to the good stuff. This super tiny gem of a speedo fully powers my 13.5 wheeler and does so flawlessly. Smooth, strong throttle and top end with insanely strong brakes. Really amazing considering this speedo is so very tiny. The quad super cap is very helpful and a minimal $10, thus highly worth adding to this speedo. Don't worry about the speedo's tiny size, or the thinner 14g leads as this speedo really has it all and to add more the adjustable 6v to 7.2 bec per HV servo is a great option, thus as well is an another indication on the power this little speedo has. If your looking for a tiny speedo, with huge performance, t HW's XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 is a perfa choice.
Monday, Jun 11 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
easy to program, excellent feel. and a huge weight savings in my 13.5 buggy. dropped it by almost 30 grams.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 7 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
Love this little guy! I am running in my Yokomo YZ-2 DTM2 with a 17.5T motor. I normally run ORCA only and was a little concerned trying something new. I am really happy. Smooth power, very responsive. The space this thing saves is great. The wires come soldered already and are way long enough for any buggy. It also come with a fan that I have not had to use running blinky on 17.%.
Verified Owner
Thursday, May 31 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
I have 3 of these units and they all run great. The person that only gave this one star needs to set up his radio.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Dec 12 2017 (about 2 years ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
I have this little gem in my Tamiya TA07. It took me a while to figure out how to upgrade the software. I also had to program my radio to the esc. First run was a little soft, so I replaced the single capacitor with 4 from another dead esc. That was it, it now has pop and braking is brilliant. No need to go to 12 gauge wires. I am going to order another one to replace my heavy XR10 Pro 160am esc. It's about 25 grams lighter; )
Verified Owner
Friday, Dec 6 2019 (1 week ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
Fantastic ESC. I have been running this for a few months in my 13.5 4wd buggy, it has tons of adjustability that really helps to dial in the car for every surface. I will now be running it in my new 17.5 2wd buggy. Hobbywing makes a great product! Highly recommended.
Monday, Dec 2 2019 (2 weeks ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
This is an amazing little esc! I wouldn't consider using anything else.
Verified Owner
Monday, Sep 16 2019 (3 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
I have been using this esc for several years. Like it because of the small footprint and miniscule weight. Also, the program port/fan plug lets you change programming without having to remove plug from the receiver. All around good unit, good support.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Aug 29 2019 (3 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
This is the best stock esc hands down. If you run stock class the this is the esc you want.
Monday, Jul 1 2019 (5 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
Great quality esc very small and compact not as versatile
as the discontinued $99 v3.1 100a that can run 5.5-25.5
It’s Just a better version of the JustStoc 60a no reason to discontinue the 100a.
This $120 esc can only run 13.5-25.5 not as much value as $99 100a that powers 5.5-25.5
Very sad this 80a has replaced the 100a v3.1
Verified Owner
Monday, Jul 1 2019 (5 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
This 80 amp esc is the go to for stock racing. It has a super small footprint, it’s lightweight, has great braking, and they are fairly durable. The one issue I had was the esc fan breaking multiple times after hard crashes. Can’t wait for a G2 version.
Thursday, May 9 2019 (7 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
I installed one of these on my 21.5 B6D based street stock oval car. It worked great, for 2 heat races and the main, that I won. Unfortunately, the next race night, it wouldn’t turn on. When I pushed the power button, the ESC fan made a half of a revolution, and that was it. Changed to a known good battery, still nothing. Checked the battery in the car, fully charged. I put in a repair request with Hobbywing, I guess I’ll see how that turns out. Giving 3 stars because when it worked, it was a excellent ESC. Unfortunately, $119 is a bit much for a 3 race ESC.
Saturday, Nov 17 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
This is a really nice esc, especially for the money, and it shaved weight for 17.5 2wd buggy class. The one star written on this esc is meaningless, they need to figure out how to calibrate their throttle and brake spans. This esc has plenty of brake capacity
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Nov 20 2019 (3 weeks ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
Never got a chance to use it as on the first practice run white smoke came out and when I tried to reach hobbywing I never got an answer... Worst experience with electronics...
Verified Owner
Saturday, Aug 17 2019 (4 months ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
Did not last. Went up in smoke after about 12 five minute races, emailed Hobby Wing and they want me to pay $85 for warrenty.
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 19 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
VTA, F1 USGT, 2wbuggy WIN... the review text must have at least 50 characters.
Friday, May 25 2018 (about a year ago)
Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC
So, the brakes are really garbage. I turned them all the way up on my ESC and radio with no change. Added the 4 capacitor module at an additional $15 to no avail. Tried recalibraiting the radio and still no change in braking power. Should have gone back to a Tekin RSX.

And customer service? Hobbywing doesn't know the meaning of the term. Going back to a real ESC. Spend a few extra bucks and save yourself these silly issues.