Whoops, I missed that last sentence.
Ok, now by "everything" do you mean even the BEC voltage that powers the receiver (and thus in turn the steering servo)? Will that go off too? Or just the motor control.
I've tried setting Lipo cut off to 4v now (still with the crappy Venom pack) and see if that'd prevent it from going so low that Mamba shuts down. It still happens, but less often I think.
Weird thing happened, I just put in the battery and tried pulling full trigger from rest a few times, and it didn't shut down. So I took it back and started to put on the body. Obviously the car was completely still at this point. When I finished putting it on, I got back to my radio just to find out the throttle wasn't working again lol. How'd that happen while I was putting on the body with no strain on the battery?
I noticed the 2 thin wires going to the On/Off switch were right on top of the Mamba's heatsink, and the body pretty much lies right on top of it. So I thought maybe that had something to do with everything, so I moved the wires elsewhere. It ran ok for a while and then when the battery got weaker after some time it started shutting down again.
Anyway, I'll just stop worrying about it cuz I'm sure none of this will ever happen again with a good Lipo. It's just kinda weird how it shut down when I was putting the body on, I can't explain that. =/