Het raken van de zandweg nog nooit zo eenvoudig met de geheel nieuwe 1/10 Quanum Vandal 4WD Electric Racing Buggy Almost Ready to Run geweest! Het komt voorgemonteerd met elektronica al geïnstalleerd. Je zult gewoon nodig je eigen LiPoly batterij.
De Vandal chassis is licht en toch stijf, biedt een perfecte combinatie van gewichtsbesparing en sterkte. Daarnaast is het voorzien van een robuuste as aangedreven 4WD-systeem het verstrekken van voldoende koppel aan zowel de voor- en achterwielen. Een instelbare slipper clutch beschermt de aandrijflijn en metal gear voor / achter verschillen. Geen riemaandrijving systeem waarbij rommelige routine-onderhoud met deze opstelling!
Deze bijna klaar om te draaien omvat juiste 1/10 buggy wielen, zachte compound banden voor extra grip en handling, evenals een goddeloos stijl, pre-geschilderd carrosserie. Ook, met functies zoals een volledig instelbare vering, olie gevulde schokdempers en verstelbare camber / castor, het is makkelijk te fine-tunen van de rit naar de voorwaarden van uw favoriete nummer of bashing plek.
• Klaar te lopen - Installeer de batterij en ga voor de lol
• Verstelbare camber, caster en shock bouwvormen
• Laag zwaartepunt chassisontwerp
• Shaft driven 4WD-systeem
• Verstelbare slipper clutch
• Metal gear voor / achterdifferentieel
• Olie gevulde schokdempers
• zachte compound banden voor meer tractie
• Pre-geschilderd en bijgesneden carrosserie w / decal vel opgenomen
• Vooraf geïnstalleerde motor, ESC en servo
Wielbasis: 275 / 280mm
Gear Ratio: 11.2: 1
Hex Hub Maat: 12mm
Accubak Afmetingen: 142x46x24mm (MAX batterij grootte)
Motor: 3650 12.5t 3000kV TrackStar
ESC: 45A Trackstar Brushless ESC met HXT 4mm Connector
4 x "AA" batterijen voor de zender
2S 3000 ~ 4000mAh batterij LiPoly
Gewicht ( g)
Un bon buggy 1/10° puissant et maniable pour un prix modéré : moteur blushless, roulements à billes, amortisseurs hydrauliques réglables en métal. Autonomie de près d'1/2h avec un accu 4000mA/h. La radio d'origine fonctionnait pas, mais hobbyking m'a accordé un bon pour la remplacer.Very happy with this buggy, had it for about a year now, given it a good thrashing on 3 cells straight out the box. Apart from bending a suspension rod (which I stripped and straightened) I have not broken anything else - surprisingly! The only minor issues is the speed controller which is difficult/impossible to get into programme mode - but hey I have enough speed controllers to know you get the odd one that doesn't quite work right. That said this is a great value buggy that just keeps on going.My first car so I don't have a lot of experience but I'm already hooked. I think the quality is good. I'm not using the radio that came with the car because of comments others have made. I'm using my aircraft radio until I can afford a better car radio. I've already upgraded the shocks to those that come with the Quanum Skull Crusher. They have a thicker shaft and fit without modification. Unfortunately you have to order them from China, so while you're there think about grabbing some other spares. I'm having a lot of fun playing in the back yard waiting for the snow to melt.https://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=60533No problems with the one I received from Hobby King; Put in the recommended battery & turned all on ready to roll, WOWSA! This thing is Zippy fast & sticks like glue to the road too! There seems to be a loss off contact at times with the power supply wire to the ESC, maybe a poor joint connection? But otherwise this one is a keeper...For the price this is a well priced RTR offroader... It has good range as well; well over 200ft in a straight away & then some. So, for all the whiners out there, get a clue & research item/s before deciding on what you are going to buyrapporto qualit prezzo ottimo- la uso da diverso tempo e per mio stupore una macchina divertente. L'unico consiglio che vorrei dare di controllare bene tutte le viti prima di usarla, fatto questo avrete un'ottima auto di partenza per giocare e divertirsiI have many of these Vandals from Kit to ARR and now the RTR..this version stinks, as stated by many the Transmitter and receiver are the worst measured max 30 feet...We have an oval track at our flying club and it will not make it around..The basic setup is OK but not very fast...I upgraded all mine with the Trackstar either 4000/4250Kn combo with 80 amp speed control..Now thay scoot...So far no one has a truck that can beat this combo..Shipping defective was waiting a long time.
Do not replace parts no compensation for my time and pain.
And delivery of the replacement parts were used to slow delivery company.
There are still awaiting replacement parts are shipped.
Really the worst experience.
I do not want people around and never recommended.I love this buggy! It's my first R/C car in 25 years. (I built a Tamiya Monster Beetle as a kid.) Before running it for the first time I checked all screws and so forth. It turned out that the slipper clutch needed to be taken apart because it just stuck together not moving at all. And the set screw that held the front drive shaft cup to the front gear box was loose so the front wheels didn't turn. After sorting that out I really had a great time with the Vandal! For me the RTR stock setup is just perfect. I'm running 4000mAh 2S and really like it! The transmitter that comes with this is horrible, though for $9,- I guess you can't expect a lot! The battery compartment had a loose wire and it would turn on and off randomly.Unfortunately I didn't read every review or discussion before purchasing the RTR version. If I had, I would have went with the ARR version and added my own rx/tx. The range is horrible....I can only tx maybe 20 feet at most. When it does respond, it MOVES! I can tell that I am going to be happy with this thing once I fix the radio/tx issue.
I also had a issue with shipping as when I purchased it was available at the US warehouse and I had to request a status of my order 8 days later only for it to take another 4 days to finally get shipped out. Lastly, I provided a video to show HK that it was a rx/tx issue but yet they still want me to ship the entire car back. What a waste of time and money now....do I want to fix it myself and save the shipping cost back? Or do I spend my own monies on the shipping cost back, wait more time to receive the new one, and take the chance of receiving another faulty item? Makes no sense to me...why did you have me take a video if you were just going to have me send back the entire thing anyways? HK dropped the ball on this one all around. The buggy seems like a decent buy...it really does. Guess I just got a bummer of one and I'm not liking how HK is asking of me to resolve it.
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