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The Axial® Wraith™ 1.9 4x4 is a brand-new, 1/10 scale, ready-to-run platform that provides all of it - technical rock crawling expertise and in-depth scale looks. Take the wheel and take command over mud, rocks, sand, and through any sort of yard terrain!
Strong tube chassis with forward-mounted battery positionBoatsides/skid plate for extra clearanceChassis-mounted servo for a sensible appearanceEasy access to electronics, and adjustable battery trayNew body design with LED lights, and grille, radiator, fender, and V8 engine informationSpektrum™ Transmitter and ReceiverAccredited 1.9 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires on KMC XD229 Machete crawl wheelsCompact AX10™ transmissionAR44™ hi-pinion axles for included ground clearanceWB8 HD Wildboar™ driveshaftsDual slipper clutch with 32-pitch gearing
At its structure the Axial Wraith 1.9 4x4 is the first full tube frame chassis in RC, supplying the sturdiness you require for aggressive action on hard terrain. Refining the tested 2.2 Wraith chassis design, Axial enhanced the ground clearance for this version by lowering the size of its skid plate and lower rails. Boatsides on the skid plate improve managing by assisting the lorry slip through and past obstacles.Your battery installs at the front of the chassis, for simple access and to supply the best weight distribution for aggressive climbing. For scale looks, Axial moved the servo off the top of the axle and onto the chassis - just as a full-size truck has its steering box situated on the frame.The Wraith 1.9 truck's drivetrain utilizes a powerful brushed 540 motor to turn its tested front and rear, single piece AR44™ axles. The pinion gear is 6mm above center, raising the ground clearance and enhancing driveshaft angles. Axial boosts the general strength with metal gear construction; large, flex-reducing load bearings; increased gear surface area contact; and a gear ratio that's enhanced to reduce torque twist.Adjustable oil-filled, coil over shocks permit you to tune moistening for the very best handling on any track. Molded from resilient S30 substance, the formally licensed Nitto Grappler tires have a large block tread that gets excellent bite on a vast array of surfaces.The Wraith 1.9 truck looks all set to climb up mountains even when it's standing still. At the front end of its polycarbonate body you'll find a molded plastic grille, radiator detail, and two large, LED-equipped headlights. Raise the hood and you'll see a reproduction V8 engine tucked in front of the chassis battery mount. That V8 isn't just for program. It's also a rugged receiver box that secures the model's Spektrum™ SRX200 receiver from water, dust, and debris.The Axial Wraith 1.9 RTR comes factory-assembled and requires just a battery pack with IC3™ adapter, suitable battery charger, and 4 AAs for the consisted of Spektrum 2.4GHz transmitter. It's simple enough for brand-new RC enthusiasts, with the design sophistication to take knowledgeable drivers on unbelievable adventures far beyond the end of the road.
What's in the Box?
(1) Axial Wraith 1.9 1/10 4WD RTR with:(1) Spektrum™ SRX200 Receiver (set up)(1) Strategy® TSX45 Metal Equipment Servo (set up)(1) Axial® 35T Electric Motor (set up)(1) Dynamite® Electronic Speed Control with Drag Brake (set up)(1) Spektrum™ STX2 Transmitter(1) Item Handbook
• 2-3 Cell LiPo or 5-9 Cell NiMH/NiCd battery with IC3/EC3 adapter• Suitable battery charger• (4) AA Alkaline batteries
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Worth the money
By Dallas D on April 23, 2019 Verified Purchase Pretty good performer right out of the box. Not the best steering radius but who leaves their cars stock ?Was this review helpful to you?
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Worth the money
By Dallas D on April 23, 2019 Verified Purchase
Pretty good performer right out of the box. Not the best steering radius but who leaves their cars stock ?