Hobbywing MAX10 SCT ESC Combo With 3660Sl 3200Kv Brushless Motor

Hobbywing MAX10 SCT ESC Combo With 3660Sl 3200Kv Brushless Motor

Brand: Hobbywing

Part Number: HW38010200

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HOBBYWING COMBO MAX10 SCT ESC 3660SL 3200KV MOTOR

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.

Hobbywing 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: Brushless
  • Sensored/Sensorless: Sensorless
  • 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: No
  • 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

The HobbyWing EzRun 3660 G2 motor features an Innovative 4-pole-8-magnet "staggered pole" rotor (Hobbywing-patented). It has low cogging effect and torque pulsation for improved control feel around corners. The built-in temperature sensor and sensor port protect the motor from damage due to overheating when pairing with an EzRun Max10/Max10 SCT ESC.

HobbyWing EzRun 3660 G2 3200KV SL Motor Features:

  • Innovative 4-pole-8-magnet "staggered pole" rotor
  • Built-in temperature sensor and sensor port
  • O-ring seal fitted between the front end bell and motor case
  • Special design motor case (the end attaches to the front end bell) isolates inner coils from outside to protect winding from being damaged by overlong screws
  • Special technology for temperature control for less heat and more efficiency (efficiency rate of up to 90%)
  • CNC machined aluminium housing, high purity copper windings and advanced rotor structure
  • Rebuild-able design for easy routine maintenance

Spec Check:

  • Scale: 1/10th
  • Brushed/Brushless: Brushless
  • Sensored/Sensorless: Sensorless
  • Pole Count: 4
  • KV Rating: 3200
  • LiPo Cells: 2-3S
  • No-load Current(A): 4.9
  • Timing: 0 Degrees(Fixed)
  • O.D.(mm): 36.00
  • Length (mm): 60.00
  • Shaft Diameter (mm): 5.0
  • Weight (g): 262

 

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Hi , I plan to do a brushless conversion on my Arrma typhon 4x4 mega 550 and I wondered if this combo will fit , is the motor shaft compatible etc . Thanks . John
Asked by John on 2nd January 2020

Yes these will fit and work well - however they do have a 5mm motor shaft, so you'll just need a new pinion with a 5mm shaft diameter.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be a suitable upgrade for an ftx bugsta ( currently brushed), or would one of the other kv motors be better?? Thanks
Asked by Gavin on 29th February 2020

That would work well in the Bugsta

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this work on a slash 2wd converting from brushed ? I
Asked by Aaron on 9th April 2020

Yes, that would work.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

How do I get a connector put on this?
Asked by Seb on 22nd May 2020

You can solder on your choice of connector

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi will this work as an upgrade for the summit 1/8 scale ? And would I need to change pinion gear if it does
Asked by Matt on 20th July 2020

No this is for a 1/10 car you need a 1/8 system due to the size and weight of the truck.

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

Hi what battery should I be get for this. Bit new to this thanks
Asked by Paul on 21st August 2020

A good 2S battery say VZ0317 or PEK00545 would work nicely

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be a good upgrade to make my team associated DB10 faster currently running 2s
Asked by Jamie on 23rd August 2020

Yes that should work nicely in there

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Whats the minimum C rating for the esc?
Asked by Jack on 19th September 2020

It's not quoted. 

120A would be a theoretical 11C at 3S - so let's say minimum 25C to be on the safe side

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

I have a stock 2wd Traxxas Raptor and zero experience with RC stuff. Is this a fairly easy swap for the stock system? Or do I need to solder stuff etc?
Asked by Matt on 30th September 2020

It's fairly straightforward to bolt the new motor in, but you would need to solder on your battery connectors onto the ESC

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi how would this compare if I switched it for the vxl system in my rustler
Asked by Charlie on 11th December 2020

I'd say it's comparable to your TRX Velinion 3S sytem

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does this brushless motor require lipo batteries or are the normal NiMh batteries OK to use?
Asked by Mr Brendon J Moss on 14th December 2020

You can use either - but you will have better performance on LiPo

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can I run this on 4s
Asked by Charlie on 15th December 2020

It would depend on your setup, but I'd advise 3S is probably your max on this

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi what programming card works with this
Asked by Charlie on 16th December 2020

The HW30502000 program card works with these

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

HW86020010 Does this work with this combo and what pinion will pair with a traxxas spur
Asked by Charlie on 17th December 2020

I believe it's the HW30502000 program card you need for this.

These are a 5.0mm shaft diameter on the motor, so it will just depend which Traxxas you have?

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi Would this combo take a 4s Lipo Regards Andy
Asked by Andy Spencer on 17th January 2021

3S would be recommended max on these

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi, I have an old(ish) ECX Ruckus truck (1/10, 2WD). It currently runs on the standard Spektrum ESC and 15T brushed motor and 7.2 or 8.4v NiMh batteries. Would this ESC and motor be a suitable alternative (maybe with a smaller pinion?) The current batteries are showing their age, and the motor sometimes gets very hot (one burnt out). Thanks Rich
Asked by Richard Morris on 9th February 2021

This would fit and work well - just bear in mind this motor has a 5mm shaft so you would need a new 5mm pinion

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi is this ok for a straight forward replacement for existing standard combo in my typhon 3s blx...thanks
Asked by Andrew on 26th February 2021

Yes that should work - just bear in mind these have a 5mm motor shaft though

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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