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.
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 60A 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.
Motor Size: 3650 Brushless inrunner
Motor KV: 2080KV
ESC: 60A 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
Ground Clearance: 28~42mm Adjustable
Radio System (Rx/Tx)
Battery: 2S 7.4V 4000mAh LiPoly
I've had this truck for a while now and for me it's perfect. It was cheap, works fine and it's a lot of fun. I only broke the body (but it looks cool with the duct tape and cable tie repairs). Haven't done big jumps yet though (I don't have a track close to me). It could be just a little bit faster but overall it's pretty good, definitely recommend it for 1st short course truck.This time I tried to compete with Tamiya TT-02B.
https://youtu.be/TLPMWzYzrcQThis time I tried to compete with Tamiya TT - 02B.
https://youtu.be/TLPMWzYzrcQGiant waste of money. Never actually got to run mine for more than 5 minutes. Purchased spare parts, extra batteries. Sent into HK to fix or refund about 6 months ago. All I got back was asking if I wanted $20 back.I bought this with some trepidation. The reviews are mixed a bit on durability. Parts availability can be challenging at times. BUT, I have bashed this thing, rolled it and run it hard. I have not made any huge jumps though as the shocks are very soft. It has been run full speed into trees and culverts. The body does have a few cracks around the posts but it has not reached the point of calling it broken. The biggest negative I have found is the turning radius at high speeds is big. If you brake going into the turns it is manageable but like everything else it is probably fixable. Maybe a stronger servo would be the cure. The bottom line is this, nothing has broken, it is a ton of fun and the dollar value is there.
I mounted an fpv set on this with a pan servo slaved to the steering servo. Scary fast to drive first person. If you are on the fence, just order it and be pleasantly surprised.This is a great truck! I've bought one for me and one for a friend.
It's fast enough for a beginner on 2S and spot on with 3S without changing gearing.
Really easy to drive and a very simple design, with cheap parts, mostly interchangeable front and rear. Because of this I highly recommend it for a new driver.
Turn the timing down and the punch down on the speed controller with a 3S 5000mAH battery and it lasts forever too!
Buy a few suspension arms as these seem to be the weak link but they are cheap enough that it doesn't really matter.
My one criticism is the production line quality checking. Mine arrived with the ESC and switch etc dangling in the box - it hadn't been stuck down.
My friends had been packaged wrong and the body was squished up a bit and not quite straight. So give the car a good look over before you start it. If it weren't for this it would easily get 5 starts from meI like the car a lot. My son also does. The recommended battery works really well 2S, 4 Ah, 30C. You can play a lot with one full charge. The bad news when I opened the box was the ESC came loose, hanging from the switch wires which almost were broken by the crimp area, and I had to change the leads from the switch to the ESC and put another double sided tape. Fortunately I had the spare parts from savaging a balance battery connector. Another thing was one tyre came out of the car in the first five minutes of use. The nut was loose. Please, check every fitting before use if you do not want to lose parts by the road.STAY AWAY! Vehicle is good value for the money, but you will never get spare parts for it. And only Hobby King carries the spare parts. Nobody else does. Most parts have been out of stock for months with no end in sight. I'm thinking they just don't even carry them anymore. So you are basically SOL if you break anything on it. Summer is half over here and it doesn't look like I'll get any new parts before it's over. Buy something that has parts available outside of Hobby King, else you will regret it.Rubbish, wouldn't touch it with a 10 foot pole. Body is brittle and smashes, diffs strip in no time, even the alloy wheel drive hexs strip and ruin the wheels. More time spent fixing than driving.The truck is very inexpensive for what you're getting (4x4, brushless, 3c compatible, etc.), however there are a few issues. I got some friends to go in on a big order and we purchased 7 of them. About half of them had issues where the truck would stall and not move, or it would surge, or randomly brake while you're driving it. This turned out to be the poor quality connectors between the ESC and motor. We soldered them together and then they started running well.
The biggest weak point are the shocks. They come way under-dampened and break really easily. I suggest buying the heavier duty aluminum ones immediately.
After soldering my ESC to motor wires and replacing the shocks I really like my truck, but here is the big issue: SPARE PARTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE!!! You can only order them through the international warehouse (which has very high shipping costs) and most of the items you need are backordered! I've had a spare parts order sitting for a month now and they will not ship it until everything comes in. Customer service was not able to tell me when they will be available, so now my friends and I have to wait and who knows when we'll get to drive them again.
My suggestion is pay the money up front for a truck that you can readily get parts for. The ECX Torment comes to mind...