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Old 07-21-2008, 12:14 AM
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Cool Robitronic BR50 Thread

Anyone got one of these? Was looking at getting one as they look like alot of fun and would perfer to get one of these over the Traxxas Slayer as the BR50 is built of a Buggy/Truggy chassis and not a monster truck


Powerful 4.6cc Pull Start Engine
4WD Shaft-Drive System
Floating front and rear differentials
Lightweight chassis and components for optimum agility and handling
Adjustable steering geometry
Sway bars included front and rear
Super low aluminium upper deck and low mounted components
Aerodynamic body for high speed and good airflow
Clean chassis bottom with countersunk screws
All gears in drive train are hardened steel
Super-durable adjustable suspension
17mm Wheel Hex Hubs
Fully closed drive-train
Wire routing for servo leads and receiver
Fully Sealed Bearings
Big Bore Aluminium Shocks with 3,5mm shock shaft
Aluminum Shock Towers
Composite Suspension Arms
Aluminum Tuned Exhaust Pipe
Sealed Receiver Box
Sealed Center Gear Box
Two Stage Air Filter
Exclusive Ultra Low Diff design for lower center of gravity
4 Bevel Gear Differentials
Vented steel disk brakes for maximum breaking
Rubber dampened hinge pin pivot points for better bump absorbsion and increased durability
Thick composite chassis braces front & rear
Transponder mount
High-tech Radio System with hi-torque steering servo
Dust-sealed receiver/battery-box.
Laydown Steering Servo
Robitronic Blade Runner Tires
Strong Composite Spoke Wheels
Super strong 0.060 Body
Fully printed, decaled and trimmed body
150cc fuel tank with splash guard and drain
Fuel Bottle
Glow Plug Igniter
Cross Wrench

Big block power
The 4.6 big block engine is extremely powerful. With a super-size heat-sink you will never have issues with high temperatures and overheating. A high-flow dual stage air filter protects the engine from contamination. Tuning and adjustments are simple and you can have the BR50 up and performing in a short amount of time. The engine is equipped with a pull start system, so no need for an expensive starter box. The aluminum pipe is very lightweight and has been tuned to the engine for maximum power.

The BR50 chassis was designed for an ultra low center of gravity, to be lightweight and have maximum suspension travel. The result is a very easy handling chassis right out of the box and with all the options for setup you can fine tune it to your driving style and track conditions. Long oil-filled 14mm piston aluminum shocks with 3.5mm shafts and super strong composite suspension arms let the car fly over bumps and jumps. The heavy duty aluminum shock towers are strong and allow multiple shock positions for further tuning. All the suspension pins are supported in rubber bushings; this elastic connection avoids damage to the suspension during severe use. The BR50 has three low profile differentials all with 6 hardened metal gears. The aluminum-top deck is ultra low further adding to the low center of gravity. All this adds up to a strong performing chassis with performance advantages you can feel right out of the box.

Fully Adjustable
The BR50 offers a wide range of tuning adjustments so that you can fine tune your truck to any driving condition. All important suspension points are easily adjustable.

The BR50 has been designed for easy access to all important components of the car. All 3 differentials are within easy reach; if you need to access them simply remove 4 screws. The engine and pipe assembly can be pulled out by removing 4 screws. Reaching the steering and suspension adjustment points require removal of only a couple screws each.

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i like the spare
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I won one, I'll let everyone know how it does when I put it one the track.
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Well, any more folks jump on this truck????

Looks like a possibly more reasonably priced way to enter the SC class of vehicles - add Team Associated wheels and tires as a control and it looks like it might be a fun, less expensive opportunity to run with the Short Course trucks!
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Really cool truck! But parts are not easy to come by. Have to order them on the internet. No big deal I suppose.
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Really cool truck! But parts are not easy to come by. Have to order them on the internet. No big deal I suppose.
You can buy them online or have your local or favorite hobby store call us. We will be more than happy to supply them with parts. We are getting all the guys on the Avid & Scalpel thread setup with parts quickly.
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