Turnigy Trooper SCT 4x4 1/10 Brushless Short Course Truck (ARR)
Hit the dirt hard with Brushless 4WD Power! The Turnigy Trooper SCT 4x4 1/10 Brushless Short Course Truck comes pre-assembled and will have you ready to roost the competition in no time! All you will need is your own receiver, transmitter and lipoly battery. The ESC is equipped with a cooling fan and is ready to handle 2S Lipoly.
The aluminum motor mount includes cooling fins and a solid clamp style mounting system to ensure your truck will handle the rough stuff and keep coming back for more. The heavy duty metal drive shaft will keep putting the power down to the large 110mm short course truck tires. Traction to all four wheels is maximized via the three oil filled differentials (front/center/rear) providing race-ready handling.
The updated SCT 4x4 now includes proper short course style racing wheels, new softer compound tires for increased traction and improved handling, as well as a newly designed, aggressively styled body shell.
This truck features fully adjustable suspension and oil filled shocks to fine tune the ride to the conditions of your favorite track or bashing spot. The innovative and adjustable battery compartment will accommodate a wide variety of different packs.
Features: Adjustable camber, caster and shock mounting positions Full-time 4WD system Front/Center/Rear differential pre-installed Low center of gravity chassis design Pre-installed 35A brushless power system Large Front/Rear bumpers New softer compound tires for increased traction Pre-painted and trimmed body shell w/decal sheet included
New features of the Trooper SCT 4x4: Proper short course style racing wheels featuring a larger inner diameter for better handling Softer compound tires than the original for increased traction Newly designed, aggressively styled body shell
*Note: This truck now comes with an HXT 4mm installed on the ESC.
Spec. Motor Size: 3650 Brushless inrunner Motor KV: 2080KV ESC: 35A ESC(with Reverse) Battery: 2S 7.4V 4000mAh LiPoly (Required) Battery compartment: (140x50x50mm MAX SIZE) Servo: High-Torque Steering Servo Traction: Full Time 4WD, Front/Rear and Center Differential Length: 550mm Width: 310mm Height: 190mm Ground Clearance: 28~42mm Adjustable
Required. Radio System (Rx/Tx) Battery: 2S 7.4V 4000mAh LiPoly
I don't understand why manufactures make the slot in the bottom of the chassis for the spur on electric models. That is really for starting up nitro engines. Sure it will help keep the COG low but I rather not have dirt and pebbles coming up through the hole right into my spur gear :/
samual this track is very fun and durable. but i advice you to buy nitro circus CT www.link this car is basicly same but came with aluminum shocks, upper desk and chasiss.which is good upgrade..and it has a 65a esc..and it is on sale..buy nitro circus SC PRODUCT ID: 9249000806-0. the name is nitro but it's electric so you need a battery.
Mine has a problem. I'm running a 3S 11.1v lipo and it goes pretty fast but when I open up full throttle for more than a second it suddenly slows down and won't go fast again till I reset it. As long as I don't hit full throttle it keeps on going fast. I thought maybe it was the low voltage or overheat kicking in but there are no beeps or Led's flashing and it does it right off the bat with a fresh battery so it's not overheating or hitting low voltage. Either something is wrong with the esc or some setting is wrong. Any ideas?
This rc car is tons of fun, if you buy from overseas get yourself some parts though. The parts you will need is a couple arm sets. (if you hit a rock or some solid object where it protrudes and strikes the arm it will break) The arms are super easy to replace. Get yourself some shafts for the arms, you can bend them back just use a vice and wrap the shaft in a towel. Works well. I struck a rock doing maybe 30. This car is VERY fun on the street as well I have an 1100 watt setup and it handles very well, the tires have just the right amount of slide for high powered drifting but enough grip to do some real high speed runs and not spin out. The center diff is nice because you get wheel spin the the front rather than the back causing you to fishtail on high speed runs. The motor that comes with the RC is great though. It's rare that you would break anything other than those arms on stock power. I have literally tried. Smashing up and down curbs, then I used an 1100watt motor on 3s, 45c lipo, struck a tree and still only cost 20 dollars to fix. Broken bumper and broken battery mount.
If you wanting a high power rc cheap this setup is right for you.
Also pick up an aluminum steering kit if your going to the track and a heavy duty servo arm. Hard hits on the walls can take out the plastic linkage eventually. A high torque bb metal gear servo is a must on the track. A good amount o
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This car is a huge value for the money. I'm impressed with the features and build quality. Off the bat the car does not have any issues. All of the tires are installed correctly, the gear mesh is good, the shocks are well filled. The only gripe is that the suspension tends to bind a little, but its not the screws on the shocks like in Jang's review on youtube. It seems to be on the ball cups on the bottom. After a few jumps the binding is gone. It handles quite nicely and is plenty fast on 3s lipo. I love this truck and plan on getting upgrades for it. I fully recommend it.
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This is a great truck. Excellent value for money, extremely quick on 3s Lipo. The only thing I found to be a problem is that the shocks do not hold oil, that is an easy fix though if you buy the better quality aluminium ones. Another thing that broke was the plastic end of the tie rod after my brother flew it into a tree, but those parts are very cheap to replace also. Overall this truck is great for the money and with a few little adjustments and modifications is an amazing truck. Just make sure you have a few spare parts on hand.