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ProSC 4x4 Ready-To-Run




Brushless Powered Electric 4WD Short Course Truck
Team Associated is proud to announce the ProSC 4x4 Ready-To-Run -- a brushless-powered 4WD off-road short-course truck in the Qualifier Series! The ProSC 4x4 comes ready to rock with many high performance features including the XP 2.4GHz radio system, a Reedy brushless power system and a 7-cell 8.4 volt Reedy WolfPack battery wired with a High Current T-Plug. Additional features include sealed gear differentials front and rear, which are connected together with a tough aluminum drive shaft, as well as an adjustable center slipper clutch to handle all of the Reedy brushless power. The bumps are managed by huge 16mm fluid-filled, coil-over shocks and aggressive, short-course racing tires.

Qualifer Series
The Qualifier Series is Team Associated's exciting line of sport-level products that are designed to be FUN above all else, easy to use, durable, lower cost, and provide an easy way to get into the RC hobby. When great looks and high performance are combined with quality features and value pricing, it becomes the ultimate sport product. Whether you are bashing around with your friends in the backyard or having fun at the local track, the ProSC 4x4 is the perfect vehicle for you!

This vehicle may need extra parts to make it operational. Click on the SPECS tab above to see what's already included and what extra equipment you may need to make the vehicle operational, such as motor and battery pack.


Features
•Fully assembled Ready-To-Run shaft-drive 4WD short course truck
•Reedy 550-SL 3500kV 4-pole brushless motor
•Splash-proof Reedy SC800-BL brushless speed control with High Current T-plug Connector (2S-3S LiPo compatible)
•Reedy WolfPack 7-Cell 8.4V NiMH Battery with High Current T-plug Connector
•XP 2.4GHz radio system with XP metal gear digital steering servo
•Factory painted and decaled short course body, available in two color schemes
•16mm Big Bore composite fluid-filled shocks
•15-spoke offroad hex drive wheels with high-grip racing tires
•Short-course style front and rear bumpers and improved adjustable body mounts
•Upgraded CVAs and rear dog bones for improved durability
•Heavy duty gear differentials, aluminum drive shaft, and center slipper clutch
•Composite modular chassis with enclosed water-resistant receiver box
•All metric hardware, adjustable steel turnbuckles, and ball bearings throughout

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Power Source: Electric
Terrain: Off-Road
Body Style: Truck
Scale Size: 1:10 Scale
Assembly Level: Ready-To-Run*
Length: 535mm (21.06in)
Width: 290mm (11.42in)
Wheelbase: 324mm (12.76in)
Weight: 2624g (5.78lbs)
Drive: 4WD

* This vehicle is fully assembled and ready to run right out of the box. Some models may require a battery and/or charger.

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Prolite 4x4 All over again?
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Congratulations associated you copied the traxxas slash 4x4.
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At least it doesn't have that butt ugly Prolite body. I kinda like it.
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Associated must not be doing so well. People want a new comp level sct, and they just give us some rtr.

Not even counting the b5 series that IMO looks like a yoke and a b4 cross, and the b44.3, which is a car that wasn't even needed.
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They're just going to be eating their tails with this one. I don't think they're going to be pulling any customers from other brands. You just now have 2 choices if you were considering a prolite...
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I seen the price tag for it yikes ! Way overpriced. At least they should of added the 16MM shocks as Alum bodied.

There is hardly any difference from the Prolite truck .
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Target market for this truck?...The same guy who would walk into his LHS and be looking at a RTR Traxxas 4x4. RTR's make money. So what if ThunderTiger (AE) wants a little piece of the pie.
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
Target market for this truck?...The same guy who would walk into his LHS and be looking at a RTR Traxxas 4x4. RTR's make money. So what if ThunderTiger (AE) wants a little piece of the pie.
Not disagreeing with that, but they now have 2 trucks that are practically the same... One is a little more geared towards racing however not nearly enough to actually be interesting to a racer.

Traxxas did it right with the platinum, although many would have preferred to see a straight up race kit,lower price and higher end parts but you loose the RTR factor.
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Other than the ProLite, this will be the lowest priced RTR 4x4 SC on the market. But, the big question is, What will it take to make this truck competitive?
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
Target market for this truck?...The same guy who would walk into his LHS and be looking at a RTR Traxxas 4x4. RTR's make money. So what if ThunderTiger (AE) wants a little piece of the pie.
Yep. Looks good. Will buy one for the back yard.
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Just curios, but has anyone actually driven one yet? I'm just wondering how its going to handle.
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Originally Posted by Jacobi213 View Post
Just curios, but has anyone actually driven one yet? I'm just wondering how its going to handle.
The ProSC is not even out yet.
Maybe someone that has an upgraded ProLite can chime in on how they handle?
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I was wondering if there is a list of main differences between this and the Prolite? I tried my best to compare the two on Associated's website. Tires, shocks, and body? I know people were having problems with the prolite breaking front CVA's and the ProSc says "upgraded CVA's" so I wonder if they beefed them up since it was an issue in the prolite?
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