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Basher "PitBull" 1/18 BRUSHLESS Mini Buggy (RTR) AU

Basher "PitBull" 1/18 BRUSHLESS Mini Buggy (RTR) AU

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Basher "PitBull" 4WD 1/18 Mini Desert Buggy (RTR) is just like its namesake, small, tough and aggressive and should never be underestimated. This little desert buggy is the perfect crossover between indoors and outdoors and will happily jump down the steps at the back door and scream around the yard with no risk to your precious plants or lawn. But don't let its size fool you this 4WD is capable of serious speed and can take jumps that are usually reserved for 1/10 off-roaders.

The PitBull needs all the grip it has in its super soft tyres to transfer the power from its 3530kV brushless motor that is crazy quick on 2S and ludicrous on 3S, try this at your own risk and get some lead to put in the front unless you like driving on the rear wheels.

It has a super durable drivetrain and suspension but we know you are going to want to push the PitBull to its limits, so there is a great range of aluminium upgrades available to take it beyond what most people would consider reasonable abuse.

Not only is the PitBull fun and tough it also comes as a true ready to run with a radio, 1500mAh LiPoly and 2S/3S charger which makes it the perfect gift or first RC car for kids and adults alike.

We have been running the PitBull around the office, the car park and the local playground for a while now and it's hard to put the radio down. So if you want a serious little buggy for fun inside or outside the house this is the one to get. 


Features:
• Almost Ready to Run and Ready to Run versions
• Ready to Run version come with 2S Lipo battery and charger
• Shaft drive 4WD with front and rear diff
• Powerful 3530kV brushless Motor
• 2S-3S Capable ESC
• Full parts support and aluminium upgrades available

Specs:
Length: 250mm
Width: 165mm
Height: 100mm
Wheelbase: 166mm
Wheel Diameter: 61.5mm
Wheel Width: 26mm
ESC: 30A – 2S-3S Capabale
Motor: 3530kV Brushless
Battery compartment size: 34mmx100mm
Radio: 3CH 2.4Ghz radio

Requied:

4 x AA size battery for radio

 

  • SKU 9557000002-4
  • Brand Basher
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 2410.0000
  • Length 355.00
  • Width 255.00
  • Height 350.00
  • Basher PitBull" 1/18 BRUSHLESS Mini Buggy "
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More of a flying machine person myself...



This is the first car that I have had. Bought this one with thoughts of mounting a small video tx and camera for some FPV driving action. It's small, but with some modification I will be easily able to fit in all my bits. Apart from the driver's plastic head there's heaps of room. Time for a decapitation.



Seemed to have plenty of power on 2S. Unless you're driving on bitumen with some sort of super traction tyres, you're just going to spin the wheels faster than they already do on 3S. The motor was quite hot to touch after the first drive of mixed throttle. I wouldn't want to run any plane motor this hot. I assume that if you tried 3S, you would only want brief squirts of full juice unless you want a puddle of plastic.



Only quality issue that I have seen at this stage is that the tyres came out of the box all mangled and unbalanced. All of them are deformed, but one in particular is worse than the others. The hubs themselves seem centred, but the tires seem to be glued on irregularly which results in a tyre that is not completely circular. Didnt seem to be a deal breaker on the ?maiden? drive. The little bastard fanged around like a boss.



Now to FPV'ify it....

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More of a flying machine person myself...



This is the first car that I have had. Bought this one with thoughts of mounting a small video tx and camera for some FPV driving action. It's small, but with some modification I will be easily able to fit in all my bits. Apart from the driver's plastic head there's heaps of room. Time for a decapitation.



Seemed to have plenty of power on 2S. Unless you're driving on bitumen with some sort of super traction tyres, you're just going to spin the wheels faster than they already do on 3S. The motor was quite hot to touch after the first drive of mixed throttle. I wouldn't want to run any plane motor this hot. I assume that if you tried 3S, you would only want brief squirts of full juice unless you want a puddle of plastic.



Only quality issue that I have seen at this stage is that the tyres came out of the box all mangled and unbalanced. All of them are deformed, but one in particular is worse than the others. The hubs themselves seem centred, but the tires seem to be glued on irregularly which results in a tyre that is not completely circular. Didnt seem to be a deal breaker on the ?maiden? drive. The little bastard fanged around like a boss.



Now to FPV'ify it....

Love this little car. They're fast and tough. Also the RTR version can dial down the rates on both steering and throttle so smaller kids can use them reasonably safely. We have 5 in our street now. We set up a race course and have a blast.

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Love this little car. They're fast and tough. Also the RTR version can dial down the rates on both steering and throttle so smaller kids can use them reasonably safely. We have 5 in our street now. We set up a race course and have a blast.

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