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Old 09-22-2019, 01:19 AM
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Default 1/7 Arrma Mojave

Looks like Arrma have stepped into large(r) scale off road now. First the Limitless and Infraction to rival the Traxxas X01, now this to rival the Traxxas UDR
Plenty of room for a Max6 and big motor also

More info here https://www.arrma-rc.com/mojave/

Features:
  • Desert Racer Features:
  • ARRMA's first 1/7th Scale off-road model
  • Ready-to-run
  • Desert Truck styling
  • Brushless power
  • 6S LiPo capable
  • Metal gears
  • 60+ MPH (95km/h) speeds achievable in optimum conditions on 6S LiPo with optional included pinion gear
  • Anodized aluminum chassis
  • Strong composite chassis side pods
  • Center brace for maximum durability
  • Center roll hoop interfaces with body roll cage for enhanced body durability
  • Nerf bars for body and side impact support
  • Realistic, detailed front and rear bumpers for impact protection
  • Independent suspension for superior handling
  • Flexible front bumper valance
  • ARRMA's first 1/7th Scale off-road model
  • Ready-to-run
  • Desert Truck styling
  • Brushless power
  • 6S LiPo capable
  • Metal gears
  • 60+ MPH (95km/h) speeds achievable in optimum conditions on 6S LiPo with optional included pinion gear
  • Anodized aluminum chassis
  • Strong composite chassis side pods
  • Center brace for maximum durability
  • Center roll hoop interfaces with body roll cage for enhanced body durability
  • Nerf bars for body and side impact support
  • Realistic, detailed front and rear bumpers for impact protection
  • Independent suspension for superior handling
  • Flexible front bumper valance
Radio Features:
  • Ergonomic steering wheel for precise control in all conditions
  • Easily adjustable trim dials for personalized handling set-up
  • Lightweight and ergonomic design for long bashing sessions
  • SRX200 3-channel FHSS receiver
  • ADS-15M waterproof* 15kg-cm metal-geared servo (195 oz-in @ 6V)
Specifications:
Approximate Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Ball Bearings: Full set
Batteries: One 4S - 6S LiPo with IC5 or EC5 connector required
Body: Painted, trimmed with decals applied, matte and gloss finish
Brakes: Integral with speed control
Bushing Material: Metal
Charger: Compatible with selected battery (sold separately)
Chassis: 0.12" (3mm) thick 6061-T6 aluminum
Completion Level: Ready-To-Run
Differential: Three gear diffs
Drive-train: 4WD Shaft Drive
Final Drive Ratio: 13.44
Gear Pitch: 1.0 Module
Height: 10.59" (269mm)
Internal Gear Ratio: 4.3
Length: 28.15" (715mm)
Max Battery Dimensions: 5.6 x 1.7 x 1.5 in. (142 x 42 x 38mm)
Motor Size: 4074
Motor Type: Brushless 2050Kv, 4-pole
Pinion: 16T
Radio: Spektrum STX2 2-channel
Servos: One ADS-15M waterproof high torque
Shock Type: Oil-filled coil-over springs
Size/Scale: 1/7
Speed Control: BLX 185 150A 4 - 6S with IC5 battery connector (EC5 compatible)
Spur Gear: 50T
Suspension: Independent
Tire Diameter: 5.47" (139mm)
Tire Tread: dBoots FORTRESS
Track: Front and Rear 13.98" (355mm) distance from outer edge of tires measured side-to-side
Vehicle Type: Desert Race Truck
Water-Resistant: Yes
Weight: 11.88lbs (5.4kg)
Wheel Diameter: 2.4" (61mm) outer, 3.28" (83mm) inner
Wheel Hex Size: 17mm Hex
Wheel Type: Multi split spoke
Wheel Width: 1.66" (42.2mm)
Wheelbase: 16.54" (420mm)
Width: 13.98" (355mm)


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Old 09-22-2019, 02:06 PM
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Jaytee rc has one of these already, looks like it handles really well.
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Old 09-26-2019, 02:37 PM
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looks like a fun truck. Is this basically like a stretched version of one of there Truggies?
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Old 09-27-2019, 04:34 AM
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I really like this car, although it is not common 1/8 and 1/10
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Old 09-29-2019, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Cain View Post
looks like a fun truck. Is this basically like a stretched version of one of there Truggies?
Going by the specs it's a 40mm longer wheelbase, but 65mm narrower than the Talion

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I pulled the trigger on one today. They just look like too much fun, I had to jump onboard.

It should be in my hands later this week, so I will try and put it through the paces this weekend.
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It has arrived. It’s big, but surprisingly light for its size. My Rage 2wd Buggy is much heavier.


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nice! looking forward to hearing more about it. Got any 1/10 scale or 1/8 scale vehicles to compare it sizewise to? (helps me visualize better lol)
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