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PR SB401R-T 1/10 ELECTRIC 4WD OFF-ROAD STADIUM TRUCK / TRUGGY



PR racing has taken all the refinements and changes from the 401R buggy, and applied them to create the 401R-T! On top of that we have made further changes specifically for this vehicle to be the most capable, adjustable, durable Special features competition ST 4x4/ Truggy on the market out of the box!From the aggressive "Low Center of gravity" truggy body. To the "Type R" style shocks and towers. The 401R-T is ready to dominate on the very first lap! Special features CHASSIS: Hard anodized 2mm 7075-T6 Narrow chassis with side pods Alloy/carbon floating servo mountType R low center of gravity Truggy style bodyTop loading Center gear differential with ultra hard cups Updated gear ratioLonger front and rear gear diff out drives for more droopSUSPENSION AND STEERING 12.75mm "LCG" Type R ShocksType R "Low mount" Carbon fiber towers Insert style suspension blocks 5 Degree caster blocks Composite rear hubs with extra pin location for added width adjustability Gullwing rear arms New material "grey" ballcupsHigh tensile steel turnbuckles SPECIFICATIONSType: 1/10th 4wd off-road stadium truck/ truggyPower: Electric Wheelbase: Adjustable 284mm to 290mmWidth: Front 325mm Rear 325mmGear Ratio: 3:9:1Weight: 1895grams "Race ready" variesHardware: Full metricBearings: Sealed metal ball bearings Wheels: 12mm HexKit: Assembly required ITEM REQUIRED TO COMPLETE 2 Channel surface frequency radio system 2S LiPo battery & compatible LiPo charger1/10th ESC, 540 brushless motor, pinion gearHigh speed servo1/10th Tires and inserts Tools, paint for polycarbonate body, tire glue, and threadlockSilicon diff and shock oil













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Pre-Orders are currently available through the following distributors:

EAST Coast (Michigan):
$399.99 - The RC Pro Shop - 401RT (with plastic caster blocks)
$426.99 - The RC Pro Shop - 401RT (with aluminum caster blocks)


WEST Coast (NorCal):
$399.99 - Vendetta Hobbies - 401RT (with plastic caster blocks)
$424.99 - Vendetta Hobbies - 401RT (with aluminum caster blocks)
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I will start to upload build pictures in the next day or so and maybe lil running footage Wednesday night
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Gonna go ahead and subscribe to this thread...can't wait to hear some feedback!!
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Build is very nice and tight, no slop anywhere. You will get 2 full sets of hexes, so you can choose to run the PR wheels or can run AE style offset wheels. 2 full sets of springs, PRs newest serated wheel nuts. Has machined shock pistons as well as few different sizes of the molded pistons...I cant upload the videos from last night at the carpet track as it says they are the wrong style of files or something...but I was super impressed with how well it did with a guess for a setup. It would take the sweeper flat out and would turn on a dime. But my shock tune was off some as it was little bouncy on flat landings. But overall I'm stoked as it was still felt really fast and can only get better. And was using a 8.5t with little timing actually on the can and under geared some....I did have a few option parts on it, 1.6mm front sway bar, aluminum bellcranks, one piece shock standoffs ,and the rear wing center stabalizer and wing buttons....stock front sway bar is 1.4mm for anyone wondering...I'm going back Friday as it's the last day for practice as the track wont be open this weekend. But I'll make a few changes and hopefully have a decent starting setup to share.
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Nice build pics!

So you are using the stock plastic servo arm? Is there a recommended aluminum arm that team drivers are using? I have been experimenting with the TLR22 servo arm but it's about 2mm too long and rubs on the 401R body, probably not an issue for the 401R-T but curious what aluminum servo arm is recommended.

Does the kit come with the Steel Standoffs now?
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I preordered mine. I canít wait to get it. I think itís going to me more nimble than the Tekno and become the truck to beat on the track.
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Only aluminum horn I've ever seen used is the tlr short one...I've never used it myself...and I had to edit my last post to put in the steel one piece as an option used, sorry forgot it and the gear guard the first time lol...its extremely nimble and took a few decent tumbles too....the one thing not shown in my kit is the carbon bellcrank steering brace..at the time they didn't have them ready and I didn't want to wait..
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For anyone not used to PR products. They are very high quality and very duarable! I've basically got a full season on my 401R now....have only broke one front arm and that was from accidentally jumping lanes and hitting another buggy..absolutely no other issues...for example here is some pictures of my out drives and slipper couplers...almost new looking! The center bone is aluminum, and you can see the pin is the same! It's like this throughout PRs line up of vehicles.
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