The 1/18 Scale 4WD RTR On-Road Drift Car makes racing easy to get into for anyone. With great features such as a 4WD transmission, oil-filled shocks and fully adjustable suspension, this car is ready for the track!
This car is completely ready to run with the included 2.4gHz radio system pre-installed, motor/esc and 1100mah NIMH battery pack w/charger. All that is needed is to charge the battery and your ready to hit the drift course!
-Full time 4WD system
-Oil filled shocks
-Fully adjustable independent suspension
-2.4gHz radio system
Ground clearance: 3mm
Gear ratio: 1:6.7
Motor: 370 brushed
1/18 4WD RTR On-Road Drift Car
2.4gHz radio system
1100mAh NIMH battery pack
230V wall charger (two prong EURO style plug)
4 x AA batteries for transmitter
These little guys can really go! Very fun to drive and drift. Charging the battery is a bit of a pain but i managed to unplug it and charge it without having to remove the cover.Good affordable drift car RTR, but running time is short, I upgraded the LIPO after couple of ride the motor burned. Overall good for beginners it needs very slippery surface to drift.Very bad quality, don't buy it.
It couldn't go backward anymore after 10 minutes... And without any shock.
I had to send it back to China! And 2 month later I was refunded...well, you get what you pay for, in this case, not much, at least it worked properly, forward, reverse, steering... almost, the design is flawed with WAY too much pieces, the servo arm was hitting the wheel when steering right, the drive shafts between diff and wheels were coming out of their place at the slightiest contact, not even impact, sometimes just by steering in a curve, there is so much play in the steering mechanism that the car would NEVER come back in straight line which ever side you steered from, in the end, a drive shaft broke, a diff axle broke, and the car ended up 2 wheel drive, all this in a single evening of running, which accumulated to about 1 hour of running time and at least as much in working on it to make it run
very not impressed with it, you could fine something like this for about the same price in a flee market, but then you would know not to expect much from it
I'll stick with the planes, the ground R/C don't seems to make the cut hereThis car are manufactured by HSP. So far never brings me any problem except i used to play 1/5th scale. once come to tiny size...its a bit awkward....quite fast, thick lexan bodyshell got it for 36 bucks on buddycode...so what else expected! cheers.Mine just arrived today. The car is actually manufactured by HSP. Operation Manual supplied. Has a complete RTR, car, RxTx, 1100mah nimh batt and the charger. Pretty fast on road. Everything function just nice. There are no downturn so far, yet. ...will updated vids laterThis is a very well-made product.
One thing inconvenient, Dog Born parts are easily escape.
Parts backorder status ...
Anyway, gives a hint for members.
Find three holes to adjust the shock absorber tension up.
The movement of the car varies depending on the location of each hole.
Will feel the pleasure of setting.Mine had problems with the front dogbones falling out when the wheel strikes the track walls. I was able to fix this by adding a little washer between the dogbone recepticle and the transmission.
Mine turns slightly right when accelerating and slightly left when decelerating.
Engine gets very hot very fast, but is also quite powerful.
I will try racing it against the local race track RC18rs and see how it does.just received mine yesterday, havent run with yet. For how long should i charge the 1100mah NIMH battery ? and where can i get an extra battery ?has anyone had the same problem? the rear wheels will not stay straight when the car accelerates when the car turning?