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Castle Creations Mamba Monster ESC with 2200kv 5mm Combo

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  • Size: 2.2 x 1.9 x 1.4" (56 x 48 x 35mm), Weight: 4.3oz (121g)
  • Cells: 18 NiCd/NiMH, 6 cell LiPo, Continuous: N/A, Resistance: .0003 Ohm
  • Brake: Proportional with adjustable curve, Reversible: Yes, with lockout
  • Low Voltage Cut-off: Programmable
  • 4 pole, slotted, brushless motor wound 1 turn in a Y configuration
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Model NumberCSE010-0062-01

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Product Dimensions 2.2 x 1.9 x 1.4 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.7 pounds
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ASIN B001BTI3D0
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Item model number CSE010-0062-01
Manufacturer recommended age 15 years and up
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Mamba Monster Monster Truck and Extreme 1/8 Scale brushless Power System from Castle Creations. FEATURES: Motor: Neu-Castle 2200 KV motor Intended for 4S-6S (16.8-25.2 Volt) operation Designed for Monster Truck and 1/8 scale Truggy applications (see COMMENTS) Comes standard with a Neo rotor on a 5mm shaft High end bearings for trouble free operation Machined integrated cooling fins 4 pole, slotted, brushless motors wound 1 turn in a Y configuration ESC: Designed for extreme 1/8 scale monster truck applications Profiles can be custom designed on a PC Infinitely adjustable throttle and brake curves with timing advance Punch Control allows dialing in horsepower where needed Brake Strength allows straight tracking under hard braking Drag Brake helps entry into corners Start Power for smooth launches Programmable cutoff voltage for LiPo USAge On/Off switch Universal receiver connector YOU WILL RECEIVE: 2200kv Neu/Castle motor 18 tooth Pinion gear Mamba monster version 3 speed control REQUIREMENTS: Installing into vehicle USB cable SPECIFICATIONS: Motor: length: 75.5mm (2.97") diameter: 40.5mm (1.59") Weight: 121g (4.27oz) Shaft diameter: 5mm (.2") Max Input Volts: 25.2v Amp Rating: 120 Wire Lead Guage: 10 ga ESC: Cells: 18 NiCd/ NiMh, 6 cell LiPo Continuous: N/A Resistance: .0003 Ohm Brake: Proportional with adjustable curve Reversible: Yes, with lockout Low Voltage Cut-off: Programmable Size: 2.2 x 1.9 x 1.4" (56 x 48 x 35mm) Weight: 4.3oz (121g) Connector Type: 6.5mm COMMENTS: Use the 2650Kv motor for 1/8 scale Buggy applications. description revised by: DB February 25, 2013

From the Manufacturer

The Mamba Monster is finally here! Long rumored, occasionally seen at trade shows, Castle’s elusive 1/8th scale Mamba Monster Brushless ESC is finally available to the public. Castle has used all of their tricks to deliver stunning power for monster trucks and 1/8th buggy conversions. The Mamba Monster handles up to 6S LIPO input (25.2 Volts MAX). It has a switching BEC circuit onboard to provide plenty of power for your receiver and servos. Don’t worry about the amp rating, nothing even comes close to the real world performance of the Castle controllers, and Mamba Monster is no exception. We’ve hit 60 mph with RC vehicles that have absolutely no business doing 60 mph. (And we were doing it in a 20 mph zone!). Mamba Monster is designed to keep its self cool while it pounds your truck. Castle refused to cut corners on the design or the components, the electronic and thermodynamic fundamentals are right to begin with. Castle then wrings a bit more power out by using a high efficiency heat sink PLUS an integrated cooling fan to make sure you finish the race. Thermals are for the other guys. Mamba Monster ESCs come with huge 6.5mm gold plated bullet connectors for reliable power transfer and simple installation. We’ve even thrown in a Castle Link USB adapter* so you can tame the Monster by adjusting the really useful settings using your Windows PC. Neu-Castle 2200 KV – Intended for up to 6S (25.2 Volt) operation. Incredible in monster trucks with up to 6S lipo packs (4s lipo is the sweet spot), and works great in 1/8 Truggies as well. The 2200 is 75mm long making it capable of handling more power than the 2650. This one is the bad boy! The efficiency of a motor determines its quality. Higher efficiency means better design and high quality components. The higher the efficiency of the motor the more power it can produce before it overheats. Mamba Monster systems typically pull 4,000-5,000 watts (5 to 6 horsepower) under acceleration

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By Scooter on August 9, 2012
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Be prepared to replace the drivetrain and lay on lots of extra tires. The Mamba Monster is here and it twists drive axles into pretzels and shreds tires for grins! You'll have to learn to drive all over again with this thing because it is soooooo fast!

This 2200 kV rig was installed on a modified Traxxas Slash 4x4 chassis set up as an asphalt assault vehicle. Best speed to date has been 87 mph using 4s batteries, and it gets there very quickly. Track space has limited extreme speed exploration, but the Monster can use up to 6s power so the top speed is likely over 100 (if it stays on the ground!).

The Monster motor has enough power to light up the tires at 60, and enough torque to lift the Slash chassis into a spin at speed if you get carried away. Castle Creations claims it can produce up to 10 horsepower on 6s ... quite a bit for a 8-lb truck. The kit came ready to install, except for the battery connectors. These need to be soldered onto the huge 10-gauge ESC wires, in either straight or series configuration. Castle also has great customer support that includes an upgrade program.

If you want to make your 1:10 or 1:8 RC model go stupid fast, get one of these and then go find a BIG place to play!
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this motor and esc is all you're gonna need to power whatever kind if rc you've got. i had vxl system it was ok till i started doing strc aluminum upgrades on my lcg slash now it weighs 7 1/2 lbs. i needed bigger motor to get it moving fast this motor was it make sure you grab the cooling fan and whatever 32 pitch gears you wanna run, also get some transmission gears cause you're gonna need them. i already got mip x duty steel cvd installed if you run with stock plastic cvd you're gonna need to upgrade. whatever weak points are on you're car this motor will make you fix asap. had this motor a week already had to buy servo tranny case already needed to change before i got this motor,and last but not least tires have a extra set around you're gonna need them. if you're like me and you want more power this is the one
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amazing motor and esc, tons of power and extremely quiet. works great in my 8ight-t and the near endless tuning options through the castle link cant be any better or easier to use. i would recommend this to anyone any day.
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The mamba monster system has to be the best Castle brushless system I have ever owned. It's powerful, it moves my all aluminum e-maxx around without a single problem and barely gets the motor hot. It is also very tweakable when it comes to the Castle Link system, which I would also HIGHLY recommend picking up if you buy any Castle System. It allows you to adjust the throttle and brake curves, along with voltage cutoff and battery type. You can also adjust the motor timing to get the most out of the system! The castle link system allows you to plug your ESC into a windows or mac computer and customize the ESC to no end.

The built in fan is an awesome feature, but even with my 4s setup, it only comes on once or twice while running it around. Unfortunately it isn't waterproof, but for me it isn't that big of a deal. I avoid running them in water to avoid rusting (the parts that aren't aluminum anyway). It maxes out on a 6s lipo setup, which is also awesome, but almost unnecessary... I do have a 6s setup for it, and as fun as it is... it snaps drive shafts almost daily. If you do decide to go with the 6s setup, invest in steel drive shafts. I bought the ones for my e-maxx, and have yet to break one (been bashing for over 3 months now).

This esc and motor combo completely DESTROYS the traxxas vxl system when it comes to performance. It maxes out at twice the voltage, and is far more tweakable. Even though it isn't waterproof like the VXL system, it will more than make up for it in the performance section.

If you're torn between this system and another, buy this one. You won't regret it! I mean, just look up youtube videos of the system! ;)
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