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Control Car

Control Car, Traxxas Slash Upgrades, Traxxas Rustler Aftermarket Bodies

Yes, this is a ‘gasoline remote control car’! Losi launches 1/5 4WD 26cc petrol short-haul truck called 5ive-T 4wd Offroad racing truck! The four-wheel drive system is designed based on the award-winning 8ight. Spektrum 2.4G DSM remote control equipment, telemetry system (can detect parameters such as engine temperature, receiver voltage, vehicle speed, etc.), large capacity 7m Traxxas Rustler Aftermarket Bodies m axle shock absorber, 800cc fuel tank, large The servos are all equipped on this new car! Air and fuel have separate filtering systems to ensure that the engine has clean air and fuel to run. The car shell is divided into four parts, and any part is damage Traxxas Slash Upgrades d. The entire car shell does not need to be replaced, and only the damaged parts need to be replaced separately. There is another new force in the gasoline vehicle world. I believe that Losi 5ive-T is a high performance and high configuration product! Features
-4-wheel-drive power train
-SR3300T telemetry receiver with 2.4GHz DSM technology
-Telemetry sensors installed (temp, receiver battery voltage, mph / rpm, km / h)
-5mm aluminium chassis
-Design based on successful 8ight platform
-Powerful Losi 26cc 2-stroke gasoline engine < br>-3 tunable sealed viscous differentials
-Large-bore shocks with 7mm shafts / threaded adjusters
-Multi-piece beadlock off-road wheels
-Aluminium dual-disk braking system
-Extra- large 800cc fuel tank with clunk
-1 / 4-scale heavy-duty metal gear steering servo Control Car r>-1 / 4-scale heavy-duty throttle servo for superior braking authority
-2-stage air and fuel filter systems
-Full roll cage modeled after full-scale trucks
-4-piece body with ability to replace individual pa nels
Length: 38 in (965.2 mm)
Width: 20.75 in (527 mm)
Wheelbase: 24 in ( 609.6 mm)
Height: 12.25 (311.1 mm)
Weight: 30+ lb
Chassis: T6 aluminium, 5 mm
Engine: Losi 26cc 2-cycle
Suspension: 4-wheel independent
Shock: Aluminium, threaded adjusters, 7mm shock shafts
Drivetrain: 4WD with three sealed viscous differentials
Wheel: Molded composite beadlock with industry-standard hex size
Tyre: Off-road all-terrain < br> Receiver: Spektrum ™ SR3300T with built-in telemetry
Battery: 6V 3300mAh NiMH Receiver pack / global AC charger
Body: Four-panel pre-decorated

1 10 Scale Rock Crawler, Control Car, Traxxas Slash Upgrades

New Proline tires
NovaRossi Plus 4 engine
-Maifield ‘s cool looking Reedy engine photo
-Taylor James’ wide-tired Jammin X1X photo
-Ghea Racing produced parts for the RC8 photophoto Traxxas Slash Upgrades
-M Control Car 2C options photo
-Greg Degani ‘s stolen Hilton fridge! Photo
-RC8′ s running battery forward photo photo
-Savoya is running a MBX5.5 (4 with a splash of 6 thrown in) photo
-We weren ‘t supposed to shoot any of the Losi _.0 cars Fill in the Blank) but there were so many! photo 2 1 10 Scale Rock Crawler photo 3 photo 4
-new CEN photosPhotos: Pato Concha
-Pro-Line have a new tyre called Revolver. (Pic tomorrow)
-VP Pro has their wide tyres here. Photo
-OS drivers using a lightened V-Spec head .Photo
-Battle has ‘Swiss Cheesed’ his Hyper 8.5, (no Hyper 9!) Photo
-Today they installed Fuel Gun holders in the pitlanePhoto
Thor’s Hammer Ultra4 has always been the driving style and playing style of our white monster. Real racing cars have very powerful engines and easy-to-use gearboxes. In order to cope with our UT4 driving style, we are also constantly choosing 1:10 model power. Whether it is a Wraith structure, or an RR10 structure to the latest front independent rear straight bridge structure, our UT4 testy style has always been upheld. From the early 21T540 brushed motor to the 550 black leather, to the later use of the 3660 four-stage brushless motor and the marine 3860 six-stage brushless motor that we started using last year, we are constantly trying. But the power speed is satisfied, and the problem before us also has to face the linear problem of being a climbing car.
Many model friends have also encountered such a choice. Most people choose the traditional brush from the most basic maneuverability, but our metal tube frame has no power to brush. Feeling brushless is the best choice, and after a long wait, ‘Haoying’ also gave a majority of model friends a response. We have also received AXE for almost 2 months, and during continuous use, we have also installed it on our Quake-style car and tested it. Here to share with the model friends the performance of the use: both different settings on different models and different performances of the KV.
Video sharing report on the use of our team AXE.