Castle Creations Mamba Max Pro 1 Cell Special Edition 1/10 Brushless ESC 1S LiPo

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This is the Mamba Max Pro 1 Cell Special Edition 1/10 Brushless ESC. The Mamba Max Pro has taken the racing world by storm. One cell class racers were feeling neglected, and Castle simply couldn’t have that!

Here’s the answer. The new Mamba Max Pro One Cell Special Edition ESC. This ESC comes factory-built to operate on the input of 1-6 Lipo cells, so the single cell classes are well-covered. Castle has also taken the fans off so users have an easier time fitting into tight locations and advanced adaptable timing features, as well as a CHEAT mode that gives racers a clear advantage.

These controllers have their BEC circuit removed, so you will need an outboard 4.8 - 6.0 volt power source to run your electronics. They accommodate up to a max of 6S, and have all of the advanced Smart Sense™ and CHEAT mode settings. These will be among the fastest controllers on the market.

CHEAT MODE, Castle’s High Energy Advanced Timing allows users to electronically advance their sensored motor’s timing to extreme settings. This can often yield just that extra bit of power needed to win the race. Be careful–extra power comes with extra motor heat!



  • Factory-built to operate on inputs of 1-6 Lipo cells; single cell classes are well represented
  • Fans are removed to allow access in tight locations
  • This ESC has its BEC removed; select an outboard 4.8 - 6.0 volt power source for electronics
  • Oval racers take note! this ESC will be popular on the oval circuit~


  • Forward: Yes
  • Reverse: Yes, Multiple options available
  • Brake: Proportional w/adjustable curve
  • Dimensions (WxLxH): 1.44x1.79x.85" (36.5x45.5x21.5mm)
  • Weight: 81g (2.8oz) w/wires
  • Cells w/o BEC: 1-6s LiPo
  • Auto Cutoff: Programmable Low Voltage Cutoff

This product was added to our catalog on February 8, 2010.