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    Hobbywing EZRUN Max4 300A ESC and 560KV (70125) motor

     

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    The Max4 HV ESC is the most sought-after ESC on the market. Its dynamic and dominant specifications meet the needs of power-hungry users. It has a strong output power with excellent linearity at low speed and is operating on full-sensored mode.

     

    Powerful Acceleration &
    Abundant Output

     

    Extremely powerful and extremely low temperature

    The internal circuitry board of the ESC has been integrated to use a copper thermal conduction sink.
    These are built into high-reliability thermal systems to ensure that it is always in good thermal condition while supplying a maximum output current of 300A.

    Maximum current
    output up to:
    300A

    High Reliability & Durability

    Max4 HV is the most durable(hardware) and advance(software) ESC on the market. The ESC is built using the highest quality of materials available to withstand extreme weather /surface conditions. Together with the most advanced software developed by our in-house engineers, we have created multiple overloading functions to protect the ESC from damage.

     

    Applicable to All Weather Track Conditions

    The IP-67 waterproof system guarantees excellent waterproofing and dust-proofing protection. The whole power system can drive on a variety of surfaces including muddy, sandy, icy, snowy and water without damaging the power unit.

     

    Programming / Upgrading /Data reading wirelessly

    With Hobbywing's OTA module and smartphone (with the HOBBYWING HW Link App installed), the user can program

    parameters, upgrade firmware, and heck relevant data of the ESC.

    Programming / Upgrading / Data reading wirelessly

    Real-time data & data logging function, easy to get the power running status.

    After connecting the OTA module box, turn on real-time data recording function to access the operating status.

     

    Capacitor Thermal Protection

    Capacitor thermal protection implemented by the ESC will effectively prevent capacitors from exploding and causing irreversible damage to the ESC due to overload.

     

    Super Internal BEC

    The built-in switch mode BEC with a maximum output of 25A and voltage adjustable from 6V to 8.4V (step:0.1V) allows the use of various standard servos, high voltage servos.

     

    Built-in spark-proof design

    The built-in spark-proof circuitry can prevent damaging the battery connectors as well as physical injury (to finger) caused by strong electrical sparks upon connecting to a “high voltage” battery pack (5S/6S/7S/8S).

     

    Advanced and Secure Electronic Switch

    The all-new advanced and secured electronic switch features a longer lifespan compared to the standard switch. The dust, dirt, and waterproof switch housing ensures reliable and longer life and eliminates unwanted damages. Heavy impact or harsh surfaces will no longer affect and damage the switch. Users will be able to enjoy bashing their RC cars.

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    Longer Life

    50000 times

    Waterproof

    Dustproof

    Shock Proof

    New sensored cable interface

    The Max8 G2 ESC is equipped with a new type of sensored cable interface. It is highly recommended to use the motors from Hobbywing as the waterproof protection the level is at the highest level (IP67).

     
    -- Pair with MAX Motor --

     

    Exquisite appearance

    The exquisite look combined with an innovative heat dissipation structure of the casing truly brings out a product Hobbywing is proud of.

     

    Fully sensored mode, High power

    The EZRUN series of motors are known to be dynamic and dominant. They are built differently to meet the needs of various demands on the market. It has a strong output power with excellent linearity at low speed and is operating on full-sensored mode.

     

    Applicable to All Weather & Track Conditions

    The IP-67 waterproof system guarantees excellent waterproofing and dust-proofing protection. The whole power system can drive on a variety of surfaces including muddy, sandy, icy, snowy, and water without damaging the power unit.

    Applicable to All Weather

    Track Conditions

    Excellent waterproof and dustproof performance

     

    A perfect combo with the EzRun MAX4 HV ESC

    The motor achieves perfect compatibility when used together with the EzRun MAX4 HV ESC. It provides ultra-large torque, precise handling performance, and brings a smooth and comfortable control experience to the users. 

    A perfect combo with the EzRun MAX4 HV ESC

     

     
    • EzRun 70125
    • EzRun MAX4 HV
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    Ultra-high efficiency effectively reduces the operating temperature of the motor

    Hobbywing technology helps to solve the degradation caused by motor overheating. It ensures that the motor is always in good working conditions.

     
    High Efficiency%

    Up to 90% Motor efficiency

    Practical design for easy disassembly and maintenance

    The motor adopts a modular detachable structure design for easy disassembly and daily maintenance. This helps to prolong the lifespan of the motor and maintaining the efficiency of the motor is simple.

    Practical design for easy disassembly and maintenance

    XeRun 70125
    Exploded View

    New sensored cable interface

    The Max4 HV ESC is equipped with a new type of sensored cable interface. It is highly recommended to use the motors from Hobbywing as the waterproof protection level is at the highest level (IP67).

    Note: This ESC also supports wires with the standard interfaces on the market.

    Waterproof
    Protection

    IP67

    High-quality materials and excellent product design

    The materials (Motor casing, bearings, ultra-thin silicon steel sheets, high temperature-resistance copper wire, explosion-proof rotor, high-tolerance alloy shell) are carefully selected and approved by our in-house engineers. Hobbywing is serious in providing users with an extraordinary performance for a long period of time.

    High-quality materials and excellent product design

    High temperature-resistance copper wire

    Explosion-proof rotor

    High-tolerance alloy Shell

     

    Source: https://www.hobbywingdirect.com/collections/ezrun-max4-system

     



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    About time! Be good if Losi could do a updated 5ive B or T to go with it, but from what I can workout the 1/5th scale market is pretty dead….

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    3 hours ago, .AJ. said:

    About time! Be good if Losi could do a updated 5ive B or T to go with it, but from what I can workout the 1/5th scale market is pretty dead….

     

    Fifth scale in general or leccy fifth?

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    Redback

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    oh my and its sensored? That is one huuuge motor, love it!!!

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    I've pre-ordered the Max4, it's a must have for the X2. 

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    I ran a similar sized motor in my 5ive B 70120, still got it here and its blown rotor 🤣🤣🤣

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    Leopard motors are good. Reasonably priced and not failed me yet. 

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    22 hours ago, Kpowell911 said:

    70125 motor FTW!

     

    Whats the rrp mind? £400+?

     

    Modelsport show ESC as £459 and motor £349

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    In stock, I should have mine for the weekend! 😯

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    Redback

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    4 hours ago, Tug said:

    In stock, I should have mine for the weekend! 😯

    Looking forward to seeing photos, very keen to see how big that motor is in hand. Please put it next to a big max 6 system for lols

     

      

    On 27/04/2022 at 10:55, KrisArm said:

     

    Modelsport show ESC as £459 and motor £349

     

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    7 hours ago, Redback said:

    Looking forward to seeing photos, very keen to see how big that motor is in hand. Please put it next to a big max 6 system for lols

     

      

     

    Doctor Who Reaction GIF

     

    I've only ordered the ESC, the motor they're offering has known issues with the rotor magnets becoming detached. But who knows, that may have been fixed. 

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    7 hours ago, Tug said:

     

    I've only ordered the ESC, the motor they're offering has known issues with the rotor magnets becoming detached. But who knows, that may have been fixed. 

    "Explosion-proof rotor"

    Pink Fail GIF by Jacqueline Jing Lin

    Big oof, hope they get it sorted, but trust the customer to push a hobbywing to explode, thats pretty good going haha

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    It was the big ZTW 70120 motor which wasn’t very reliable, ive got one as a paper weight with a wrecked rotor, this one looks completely different 

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    Then I take that back. 

     

    Still not interested in other motors, I wouldn't know where to get mounts for them. It's hard enough getting mounts for the 58mm cans. 

     

    My ESC has shipped. 

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    Totally agree. The Leopard 58113 are the perfect 1/5 motors 👍 

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    Soldering when time permits. 

     

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    least post a pic of it outside the box ya tease...
    What is this an ESC for ants?
    8AWG power leads and motor leads is good stuff! Bugger to soldier hope you got a big iron.

     

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    On 30/04/2022 at 21:51, Redback said:

    least post a pic of it outside the box ya tease...
    What is this an ESC for ants?
    8AWG power leads and motor leads is good stuff! Bugger to soldier hope you got a big iron.

     

     

    Installed and ready to rip.

     

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    Tested, just a short street run, but it's typical Hobbywing, does its job, and does it well. 

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    5 hours ago, Tug said:

    Tested, just a short street run, but it's typical Hobbywing, does its job, and does it well. 

    Is your motor sensored, id be keen to know how sensored runs and what the low end torque is like, eg will it crawl like an axe?

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    27 minutes ago, Redback said:

    Is your motor sensored, id be keen to know how sensored runs and what the low end torque is like, eg will it crawl like an axe?

     

    No, sensorless. 

     

    Will it crawl? It's got very good low speed control, so if you turn the drag brake to max, it might crawl fairly well. Do remember that I'm not into crawling and haven't even driven one, so probably not the best person to ask. 

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