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Old 09-04-2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default AMR 1:10 SCUD 4WD EP Mini Chassis



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The 1:10 Mini SCUD EP series provides just the right mix of performance and pure racing fun! The narrow chassis, low center of gravity, the smart battery position and a powerful 540 motor provide agility and driving pleasure. Equipped are assembled chassis with an electronic speed regulator, a 7.4V 2600mAh Li-Po battery pack and a ESH9901 Digital Servo. The prices for the sets ARTR move depending on body variant 209-219 .



Features

* 4WD on belt
* Robust Kegeldiffs front and rear
* Adjustable front-and rebound
* Adjustable rebound back
* Ackermann steering geometry and variable-
* Smooth oil filled shocks with aluminum caps
* Tires and rims to the usual 1 / 10 size
* Cardan at the front
* Sturdy ball heads made of stainless steel
* Body mounts for all mini-bodies
* Low center of gravity by deep motor and battery position
* Standard wheels with 12mm hex intake and M4 thread



Technical data

* Wheelbase: 208mm
* Width (front / rear): 164mm
* Tires: 55x25mm (1 / 10)
* Translation: 4:1
* Engine: 540
* Weight: 960g

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Old 09-04-2010, 05:34 PM   #2
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Ummmm - where is the battery?
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It looks like its underneath the ESC.

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If it was a 1 Cell Lipo - it might fit under there - but it says its a 7.4v LiPo?
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They make all sorts of sizes of LiPO batteries with various different cell counts. Think of a LiPO receiver battery pack for a Nitro vehicle as an example.

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Does anyone know who carries their products in the US?
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