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Turnigy SCT 2WD 1/10 Brushless Short Course Truck (KIT) upgraded version

Turnigy SCT 2WD 1/10 Brushless Short Course Truck (KIT) upgraded version

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*Note: This is the KIT version requiring full assembly and your own electronics.

Get ready to tear up the local dirt track with the new Turnigy SCT 2WD 1/10 Brushless Short Course Truck! This version of the SCT arrives in KIT form requiring assembly. This is a great option for those of you who like to build and want to setup this truck with your own electronics.
The SCT chassis is lightweight yet rigid offering a perfect combination of weight savings and strength. Additionally, it features large front/rear and side impact bumpers to protect your model while running.

This truck includes proper short course style racing wheels, soft compound tires for increased traction and handling, as well as a pre-trimmed body shell. Also, with features such as fully adjustable suspension, aluminum oil filled shocks and adjustable camber/castor, it is easy to fine tune the ride to the conditions of your favorite track or bashing spot.

Features:
Adjustable camber, caster and shock mounting positions
Full aluminum front/rear shocks
Carbon fiber battery hold-down
Low center of gravity chassis design
Large front/rear and side impact bumpers
Soft compound tires for increased traction
Pre-trimmed body shell w/decal sheet included

Specs:
Battery compartment: 195x49x21mm MAX SIZE
Length: 530mm
Wheelbase: 330mm
Height: 200mm
Ground Clearance: 41mm

Required:
2CH Radio System (Rx/Tx)
3650 Brushless inrunner motor
35~60A Brushless ESC
Standard size high-torque steering servo
2~3s 4000MAH LiPoly battery

  • SKU 9249000909-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 2670.0000
  • Length 590.00
  • Width 170.00
  • Height 345.00
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Alright so there are some things that you might want to know. This is basically a Kyosho Ultima SC re-release. That means a lot of option parts. Even here at Hobbyking there's a lot of stuff, but not everything is listed (like aluminium suspension arms are listed as Quanum E-Guana parts but that's basically the same car with a different body). The upgraded shocks are the Quanum Skull Crusher's aluminium shocks, which are by the way a bit too long. They are actually 1/8 size shocks and the Nitro Rumble shock shafts fit them if you bend them. Trackstar 85mm for the front and 100mm for the rear works well but with the red springs it'll probably be even better. Also the setup the manual gives is just wrong, I kept rolling with it but this is a race truck, it's easy to fix. The body will break so I used it as a practice for painting. If this is your first 2WD car a 3000KV system is probably enough.
So overall this is a great truck. Not perfect but there's nothing you can't fix. 10/10 would buy again.

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Alright so there are some things that you might want to know. This is basically a Kyosho Ultima SC re-release. That means a lot of option parts. Even here at Hobbyking there's a lot of stuff, but not everything is listed (like aluminium suspension arms are listed as Quanum E-Guana parts but that's basically the same car with a different body). The upgraded shocks are the Quanum Skull Crusher's aluminium shocks, which are by the way a bit too long. They are actually 1/8 size shocks and the Nitro Rumble shock shafts fit them if you bend them. Trackstar 85mm for the front and 100mm for the rear works well but with the red springs it'll probably be even better. Also the setup the manual gives is just wrong, I kept rolling with it but this is a race truck, it's easy to fix. The body will break so I used it as a practice for painting. If this is your first 2WD car a 3000KV system is probably enough.
So overall this is a great truck. Not perfect but there's nothing you can't fix. 10/10 would buy again.

It's a great truck, but I ran into the same problem mentioned by others. First, the body was not pre-cut as stated. It did not have any protective film on the outside and has deep scratches on the roof. The second and most serious problem is the C310 Rear Wheel Shafts. The transmission shafts will not fit them. The dog bone is too large. I have requested the correct parts, but we will have to wait and see how long it will take to get them. Order knowing that this problem and headache can happen to you.

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It's a great truck, but I ran into the same problem mentioned by others. First, the body was not pre-cut as stated. It did not have any protective film on the outside and has deep scratches on the roof. The second and most serious problem is the C310 Rear Wheel Shafts. The transmission shafts will not fit them. The dog bone is too large. I have requested the correct parts, but we will have to wait and see how long it will take to get them. Order knowing that this problem and headache can happen to you.

This is my 2nd 2WD SCT, its a nice build and strong truck BUT the latest kit was sent with wrong rear outer wheel shafts (wheel shaft to small, dog bones don't fit).
Told HK the day after I received the kit, they wont replace without video/photos....
I'm sure I was not the only one who's kit was packed with wrong size wheel shafts.
oh well off to take photos, send in and wait 24/48 hours for response, then I suppose wait a week for replacement (as no stock in local warehouse).

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This is my 2nd 2WD SCT, its a nice build and strong truck BUT the latest kit was sent with wrong rear outer wheel shafts (wheel shaft to small, dog bones don't fit).
Told HK the day after I received the kit, they wont replace without video/photos....
I'm sure I was not the only one who's kit was packed with wrong size wheel shafts.
oh well off to take photos, send in and wait 24/48 hours for response, then I suppose wait a week for replacement (as no stock in local warehouse).

Easy to build - great fun to drive (very fast with a 4300kv!!!). Only drawback is the body shell is very brittle. I will be re-enforcing the next one thoroughly with Gorilla Tape.

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Easy to build - great fun to drive (very fast with a 4300kv!!!). Only drawback is the body shell is very brittle. I will be re-enforcing the next one thoroughly with Gorilla Tape.

Alll in all, a nice rigg. Instruction manual is a bit crappy. Picture are too small sometime to figure out things. I also experienced difficuties building the diff... the manual said to install qty 4 thin washers against each planetary gears (btw diff housing and gears)... Tried it, didin't work. As if my diff housing was on the lower tolerances side... anyway, I had to "not install" the washers in order for the diff to work correctly. Surprinsigly, all the included hardware (all Phillips heads) is quite hard. Happy to see this because these Chinese kits usually have soft hardware that strips and needs replacing. I install TrackStar shocks, ESC and motor on the rigg. It looks very good with all this red anodized components. The original shocks I kept for another project (kit) because they are a bit long for this SCT anyway. All in all guys, a very respectable piece of RC for its price point. It is the second time I bought this kit, the first one has been morphed to its DuneBuggy version (the yellow & black one) and is a blast to drive. As for my newly built one, it will remain in SCT form... Or maybe I'll order an other kit to make a 2WD onroad car... This chassis is not bad at all. Ho, one last thing, I would have like to have adjustable body posts on this kit in order to raise the body a tad bit. Front wheels rub the body shell when suspension is fully compressed. I'll have to limit my TrackStar shocks travel to deal with this issue... which is a bummer...

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Alll in all, a nice rigg. Instruction manual is a bit crappy. Picture are too small sometime to figure out things. I also experienced difficuties building the diff... the manual said to install qty 4 thin washers against each planetary gears (btw diff housing and gears)... Tried it, didin't work. As if my diff housing was on the lower tolerances side... anyway, I had to "not install" the washers in order for the diff to work correctly. Surprinsigly, all the included hardware (all Phillips heads) is quite hard. Happy to see this because these Chinese kits usually have soft hardware that strips and needs replacing. I install TrackStar shocks, ESC and motor on the rigg. It looks very good with all this red anodized components. The original shocks I kept for another project (kit) because they are a bit long for this SCT anyway. All in all guys, a very respectable piece of RC for its price point. It is the second time I bought this kit, the first one has been morphed to its DuneBuggy version (the yellow & black one) and is a blast to drive. As for my newly built one, it will remain in SCT form... Or maybe I'll order an other kit to make a 2WD onroad car... This chassis is not bad at all. Ho, one last thing, I would have like to have adjustable body posts on this kit in order to raise the body a tad bit. Front wheels rub the body shell when suspension is fully compressed. I'll have to limit my TrackStar shocks travel to deal with this issue... which is a bummer...

This thing hauls butt. The plastic is of good quality and there are a bunch of metal parts. Went together easy enough and can take a crash...or 12. I would absolutely buy another one.

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This thing hauls butt. The plastic is of good quality and there are a bunch of metal parts. Went together easy enough and can take a crash...or 12. I would absolutely buy another one.

I have driven mine for 2 days now great fun truck I have mine pulling wheelies I am running the 13 turn trackstar motor Turbo with the track star 80 amp ESC Turbo. my suggestions are to get an extra spur gear or two also the flywheel set as these parts get hot and will melt I believe to help slow the problem or correct is to tighten the bolt holding the spring against the anti-slip plate more than suggested in the build manual. Also the screws holding the battery Mount post to the bottom of the chassis need to be longer. two-thirds more the length as mine have fallen off and I replaced with longer bolts. so far no more problems with.

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I have driven mine for 2 days now great fun truck I have mine pulling wheelies I am running the 13 turn trackstar motor Turbo with the track star 80 amp ESC Turbo. my suggestions are to get an extra spur gear or two also the flywheel set as these parts get hot and will melt I believe to help slow the problem or correct is to tighten the bolt holding the spring against the anti-slip plate more than suggested in the build manual. Also the screws holding the battery Mount post to the bottom of the chassis need to be longer. two-thirds more the length as mine have fallen off and I replaced with longer bolts. so far no more problems with.

I enjoyed the build. took about 1 full day to build. so far the the 2 downfalls of this rc is the body shell will not take much of a beeting so reshersh youtube on how the use shoe goo for body shell or fiberglass the shell. also i havent drove it yet and the shocks are already leaking. probally going to use plumbers tape to fix. would have given 5 stars if it were not for these issues. also be ready to get spare parts. will need.

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I enjoyed the build. took about 1 full day to build. so far the the 2 downfalls of this rc is the body shell will not take much of a beeting so reshersh youtube on how the use shoe goo for body shell or fiberglass the shell. also i havent drove it yet and the shocks are already leaking. probally going to use plumbers tape to fix. would have given 5 stars if it were not for these issues. also be ready to get spare parts. will need.

Very good car, runs like hell on the 5200 brushless combo.
Very happy with it ... ordered another one.

The piece of plastic holding the rear is quite fragile if you do some jumping.

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Very good car, runs like hell on the 5200 brushless combo.
Very happy with it ... ordered another one.

The piece of plastic holding the rear is quite fragile if you do some jumping.

The build went pretty smoothly. There are a few places where the instructions could be a little more clear. It presented some challenges for the 16 year old first time builder but nothing the 42 year old veteran couldn't help him through. The chassis is very narrow which does not leave a lot of room for running gear on the sides. You have little choice but to mount the esc to the battery hold down. We had to mount the receiver sideways to get it to fit on the side of the chassis but it is an old school synthesized rx, not a 2.4ghz. There are quite a few interchangeable parts between this Turnigy and the old Kyosho Ultima SC: the rear t plate and hinge pin blocks being the most notable. Some key differences are the transmission which uses all metal, 32 pitch gears, 32 pitch spur/pinion, and larger drive pins on the dogbones. The metal gears including the gear diff add rotating mass but do make it able to handle huge amounts of power. The real standout of this kit are the huge alloy shocks. They look like they were borrowed from an 8th scale buggy. The included springs are way too stiff for a vehicle this light, making the ride height very high. It makes for great jumping ability but the raised cg hampers cornering. All things considered, this rig represents an excellent value but it is not for a beginner builder.

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The build went pretty smoothly. There are a few places where the instructions could be a little more clear. It presented some challenges for the 16 year old first time builder but nothing the 42 year old veteran couldn't help him through. The chassis is very narrow which does not leave a lot of room for running gear on the sides. You have little choice but to mount the esc to the battery hold down. We had to mount the receiver sideways to get it to fit on the side of the chassis but it is an old school synthesized rx, not a 2.4ghz. There are quite a few interchangeable parts between this Turnigy and the old Kyosho Ultima SC: the rear t plate and hinge pin blocks being the most notable. Some key differences are the transmission which uses all metal, 32 pitch gears, 32 pitch spur/pinion, and larger drive pins on the dogbones. The metal gears including the gear diff add rotating mass but do make it able to handle huge amounts of power. The real standout of this kit are the huge alloy shocks. They look like they were borrowed from an 8th scale buggy. The included springs are way too stiff for a vehicle this light, making the ride height very high. It makes for great jumping ability but the raised cg hampers cornering. All things considered, this rig represents an excellent value but it is not for a beginner builder.

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