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Old 03-15-2014, 05:00 PM
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Looks like Hobby Pro is coming out with a 2wd stadium truck.
I can't wait to get my hands on some of these...

PR Racing ST1 2wd Stadium Truck
PR Racing introduces the ST1 10th scale Competition Stadium Truck Pro Kit. This all new Stadium Truck comes with the unique capability to run the motor in rear motor or mid motor configuration. (All in one Kit) This allows the user to fine tune their vehicle for each track. PR Racing’s suspension goes above and beyond when it comes to quality and design. With a bore of 12.75mm the PR Racing Shocks are the biggest competition bore shocks in the market at this time. This allows the vehicle to soak up a wide variety for terrains and competition surfaces without sacrificing speed. PR Racing offers a wide range (5 variations) of shock pistons for their vehicles which can further fine tune the vehicle for competition. Quality can be found throughout the ST1 Stadium Truck’s composites and aluminum materials. The front A arms are Gull wing style which provides increased steering and potential corner speed. The ST1’s Chassis is produced with high grade CNC Hard anodized aluminum. If you’re looking for a competitive and very versatile 10th scale 2wd Stadium Truck, then look no further than the PR Racing ST1 2wd Stadium Truck.

Specifications:
· Motor: Electric
· Wheelbase: 287mm
· Both Mid and Rear Motor Configuration included
· 25 degree chassis Kick up
· All Metric Hardware
· Full Precision Ball Bearings
· Gull Wing Suspension Arm Design (Front)
· Includes both a rear and mid-motor completion option in the same kit
· Same Front and Rear Wheels (12mm Hex)
· Heavy-Duty Turnbuckles
· Dual Disk Slipper Clutch
· 83 tooth spur gear
· Drivetrain: 2wd
· Motor or Engine: Accepts 540 size
· Gear Pitch: 48 Pitch
· Wheel Size: 2.2 in
· Kit/RTR: Kit
· Shock Type: Oil Filled Aluminum Shocks with bladders
· Body: Unpainted clear body with over spray film
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Wheres the pics of the truck up close and body off ?
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st needs some new players.
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A couple pic posted on HobbyPro's Facebook page





Looks Sweet, but man that body is ugly.
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it really is ugly. I wish they would make them look a little more like real trucks. that just looks like a squashed truck.
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The body is definitely different. I guess I will make a final judgement once I get my hands on one
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I can't wait to get my hands one. I'm really digging the PR buggy.
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I do like the body. Think it's slicker than whale snot. Really liking the beefy arms too. Not even a teeny bit ready to give up my T4.1. She's been too good to me for too long. However, if I get a hankering for a mid motor stadium truck for running indoors, this will be right at the top of my list.
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Its a basic cab forward body with a nice twist, i really like it. But i love cab forward ST bodys anyways.

I got a sneak peak order on them so i should be getting my kit in one of the first waves. Very excited for this, although seems like u might be forced to run shorties.
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Me like ! However where is the parts support other than Hobby Pro for it ?

The body i can deal with.
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I like the body too. I wonder if the high cut "front wheel well" body is for front suspension clearance?
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A couple others I found.



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Originally Posted by rcgerber View Post
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Man the quality is good on it ! How much is it you think ?

Il say though it is late now to release it with outdoor racing starting now .

But its good to have more manf coming out with ST its the right direction.
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Here's a link to the manual.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n0sqzt0nkz...n%20Manual.pdf
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Wow, those arms are beefy. The larger chassis pods will let me use one of my larger receivers. I use a micro sized receiver in the buggy now. It looks like the body is really narrow like the buggy too.
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