View Full Version : Should I choose an ezRun or Fusion exceed esc for the 1/10th buggy?

07-02-2011, 04:26 AM
Hi Guys,

I did a search, but I didn't yield much info.

I own a Mad Rat buggy and am trying to find myself a reasonably priced/reliable brushless combo.

At the moment, i'm looking at the ezrun 8.5t 60a combo but am a little concerned about buying from Hong Kong via eBay should it be dead on arrival, etc..

I'm also looking at the Fusion exceed 10.5t that's available from the UK. Does anybody know if the Fusion esc's are upto much? Also, are fusion OK on warranties should the thing fail on me?

I need as much input on this as possible before I part with my Money.

Many thanks,


07-02-2011, 08:05 AM
ordering from hk is fine its just the delivery time thats a pain i heard alot about the ezrun systems and people really rate them and are really good value for money.

i myself run a 8.5t fusion exceed esc with a fusion motor which is a sensored system which i bought second hand and never had any problems with it.

obviously warranty is a bonus on an esc but buying from hk you still get a warranty from proper shops anyway its just haw long it takes for replacements repairs etc but you shouldnt have any problems with a ezrun system if used correctly.

the fusion exceed is better as it is sensored but thats really the only advantage of it

07-02-2011, 08:29 AM
You can buy the EzRun in the UK too (giantcod.co.uk) but I would pay the extra couple of quid to go sensored and then run an ExRun (as I do now) which can be had very reasonably from www.racersinexcile.co.uk

08-02-2011, 09:11 PM
Thanks for the replies Guys. I've decided to go for the Fusion exceed 10.5t as it's worth the extra 20 to have aftermarket support should it fail me.