Sidewinder 3 Waterproof 1/10 Sport ESC/Motor Combo (7700kV) by Castle Creations w/Neu-Castle 1406
This is the Castle Creations Sidewinder 3 Waterproof 1/10 Scale Sport ESC and Brushless Motor Combo, with an included Neu-Castle 1406 7700kV Brushless Motor. Castle’s Sidewinder ESC, the leading 1/10 scale sport brushless ESC, is now waterproof. The Sidewinder 3 can power crawlers on water filled trails, Short Course Trucks through rain soaked parking lots, and AWD vehicles on rips across muddy fields. Drivers can follow their irresistible urges to drive in the mud or stomp their truck in puddles without damaging their controller.
Designed for 1/10 Scale
The Sidewinder 3 is a great fit for 1/10 off-road, on-road, and rock crawlers running up to 3S LiPo batteries. It sports updated circuitry for faster response time and improved reliability. As always, the Sidewinder 3 offers industry-leading software functions and USB programming capability via Castle Link USB adapter (sold separately).
Input Voltage: 2S-3S LiPo Battery
Operating Environment: Waterproof design allows for use in nearly any environment (not intended for operation while submerged in liquid)
Reversible: Yes - with lockout
Size (LxWxH): 49x38x20mm (1.93x1.48x0.79 in)
Weight: 55.5g (1.96 oz) w/127mm long battery wires and no battery connector
Neu-Castle 1406 Specifications:
Max Voltage: 8 cell NiCd/NiMH OR 2S LiPo max
Length: 49mm (1.9 in)
Diameter: 36mm (1.4 in)
Shaft Size: 3.17mm (1/8 in)
Weight: 169.5g (5.9 oz)
Note: Although the Sv3 and Castle brushless motors are waterproof, always rinse the ESC and motor with fresh water after exposure to corrosives or dirt. While the motor and controller may be waterproof, we suggest users confirm that the rest of their vehicle, including the batteries, servo, radio and chassis, are also waterproof before exposing them to liquids of any kind.
Note 2: The Castle Creations Neu-Castle 1406 7700kV motor is not recommended for 1/10 Scale 4WD Short Course Applications.
This product was added to our catalog on February 12, 2013.