Hobbywing Ezrun MAX10-SCT 120A ESC - XT90

Hobbywing Ezrun MAX10-SCT 120A ESC - XT90

Brand: Hobbywing

Part Number: HW30102601

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The MAX10 SCT ESC is applicable to various 1/10th scale vehicles like trucks, short-course trucks, monster trucks, and etc. Built with the most rugged and high-quality components and coupled with cutting-edge firmware, the EzRun MAX10 SCT is able to deliver unmatched power and performance for even the most hardcore of racing applicatinos, but is also responsive enough to protect itself from damage due to overloading due to physical abuse, overuse or even human error.

With incredible acceleration capabilities and a rock-solid, stable output, the MAX10 SCT can handle instant full-torque start-ups for wheelies, high-speed racing on straightaways and powering through the bumpiest terrian. The user will have the choice of adusting the ESC parameters as per his perference and ability.

The waterproof and dust-proof design allows the MAX10 SCT to be used in all weather conditions without any issue of damage caused to the ESC from water or dust.

You can upgrade the MAX10 SCT with the HobbyWing USB LINK software, a multifunction LCD program box and a laptop. HobbyWing updates its ESC firmware regularly giving you upgraded features more often when available.

EzRun MAX10 SCT Features:

  • High Reliability & Durability
  • Great Flexibility & Versatility
  • Advanced and Secure Electronic Switch
  • Applicable to All Weather Conditions
  • Innovative Filter Capacitor Thermal Protection
  • Regular Firmware Updates Free of Charge

Spec Check:

  • Scale: 1/10th
  • Brushed/Brushless:BL
  • Sensored/Sensorless: SL
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Cont./Peak Current: 120A/760A
  • Input: 2-4S LiPo/6-12 Cells NiMH
  • BEC Output: Switch Mode:6V/7.4V,3A
  • Input Wires: Red-12AWG-200mm*1/Black-12AWG-200mm*1
  • Output Wires: Black-12AWG-200mm*3
  • Input Connectors: XT90
  • Output Connecotors: 4.0 Bullet Connectors (Female)
  • Fan Size: 25.0x25.0x10.0mm
  • Fan Voltage Range: 5-7.4V
  • WiFi Module: Supported
  • Program Port: FAN/Program Port
  • Size: 49.0x39.5x34.7mm
  • Weight: 105g


  • Brand: Hobbywing
  • Part No: HW30102601
  • Barcode: 6938994405409
  • Motor Type: Brushless
  • LiPo Compatible: Yes

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- 24th February 2021

Well made and perfect for the job (replacement for a Rustler VXL-3s that turned out to be slightly less waterproof than I hoped). One thing to point out - the Max10-SCT that I received was fitted with an XT90 battery connector, despite the spec showing that none was fitted. I assume removing this will invalidate a warranty, so a converter will be required if you have non XT90 batteries.

Hi Will this run a 3.5turn brushless motor on 3 cell lipo?
Asked by Sam on 24th April 2017

That depends on the current draw of your 3.5T motor - this ESC has a max limit of 120A, so I would imagine it should be fine with most 3.5T motors.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Could you buy adaptors for a velineon motor and get pre souldered battery wires?
Asked by Josh Barrott on 24th July 2018

This comes with 4mm bullets, your Velineon motor likely has 3.5mm bullets so you would need to chop those off and solder on something like RDNA0272

No battery connector is fitted to these, so you would simply solder on your choice. We can do this for you (at a small extra charge) if required.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi there, I have a question with regards to the Hobbywing CML Hobbywin Ezrun Max10-Sct 120A Esc. I have a 6T Speedpassion motor which I need a compatible ESC for. Is this one suitable? If not, can you recommend one suitable for racing. Many thanks, Neil McCann
Asked by Neil Mccann on 2nd January 2019

This can deliver 120A, so should be OK for a 6T motor in most setups.  As always - keep an eye on temperatures and gear accordingly.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will this fit into the maverick Timberwolf ??
Asked by Don on 2nd April 2020

Yes, that should work well

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi there, does this esc have a sensor socket to run a sensored motor? I'm assuming that it does.
Asked by Neil Hepworth on 6th April 2020

No, these are sensorless

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can this esc handle a 3.5t motor please?
Asked by Craig on 8th May 2020

Yes so long as current is below 120A

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will this ESC work when completely submerged in water ?
Asked by Andrew Henley on 18th May 2020

Yes, but submerging is not recommended 

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this work as a upgrade for the esc in a maverick quantum mt flux and would it be compatible with the standard motor
Asked by Sulli on 26th December 2020

Yes, that would make a nice upgrade

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, it says in the specs that I should be able to do 4s, would that be ok and if not, could you recommend a different esc
Asked by Alex on 24th January 2021

In theory, yes - with a suitable low KV motor and a light weight car.

In most setups 3S would be your go-to on this

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Im running a 26t and 64t would that gearing be ok
Asked by Phillip Wickens on 3rd February 2021

Not something we can advise on just from that sorry - it would depend on your chassis weight and driving style.

My advice would be give it a shot and monitor temperature etc to see how you get on and gear accordingly

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi there, Would this Hobbywing ezrun 120a be ok on ftx carnage 2.0 with 4300kv 9t motor? Thanks.
Asked by George on 18th March 2021

Yes, that should be fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, Is this compatible with 7.4/6v Lipo batteries? Thanks
Asked by Scott Braithwaite on 23rd April 2021

Input is 2S - 4S Lipo, so 7.4 - 14.4V

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be ok as a replacement for the traxxas maxx 4s as the velineon vxr burnt out due to water? Thanks
Asked by Marshall on 30th June 2021

I think you'd be better looking at a MAX8 to be on the safe side HW30103200

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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