Xinlehong 1/10 9125 Sprint LWB 4WD Electric Off Road RTR RC Monster Truck
Get ready for some fast RC off road action with the Xinlehong 9125 1/10 4WD electric truck! Don't be fooled, this may have the price of a toy, but it's a whole lot more! Featuring twin powerful 380 sized brushed motors, IPX4 waterproofing, 4WD, steel driveshafts & axles, ball bearings, 2.4Ghz remote controller, 7.4v LiPo battery and USB charger.
It's smooth, easy to control, and a blast to drive for anyone of any age or skill level, all the way up to the advertised 46km/h top speed. The hand controller features a High/Low speed switch to limit the power and give longer run times, making it a great car for kids or big kids!
If you had a Radio Control Car years ago and want to get back into it, if you haven't had one before and are keen, or even if you know nothing about them and want to see how a modern Remote Controlled car performs, XLH has the 1/10 9125 Sprint 4x4 ready to go whenever you are.
This beast can be driven over mowed grass, gravel, dirt, and on-road surfaces, making it super versatile - only one of many reasons it gets voted as one of the best beginner RC cars in the world.
- IPX4 Level Waterproofing
- 7.4v LiPo Battery
- Twin 380 Sized Brushed Motors
- 4WD Drivetrain
- USB Charger
- 2.4Ghz Radio Control
- Steel Drive Components
- Full Ball Bearings
- Easily Replaceable Parts
- Full Proportional Controls
- Independent Suspension
- Easy to Use
- Super Fast - 46kph approx.
- Length: 342mm (12.4")
- Width: 304mm (11.96")
- Height: 165mm (6.49")
- Weight: 1530g (3.37lbs)
- Ground Clearance: 46mm (1.81")
- Drivetrain: 4WD
|1/10 9125 Sprint 4WD Electric Off Road RTR RC Monster Truck||1|
|7.4v LiPo Battery||1|
|2.4Ghz Radio Controller||1|
|Max LiPo Power:||2S (7.4v)|
|Power Source:||Electric Brushed|
|On/Off Road:||Off Road|
|Max LiPo power:||2S (7.4v)|
|Wheel hex size:||12|
Listed top speed is only accessible with a 3S battery and car ships with a 2S and no ability to charge a 3S with the supplied charger. After purchasing a 3S cell and charger I found a 3S will not fit in the battery compartment so must be cable tied in or similar.
When using a 3S battery, the car wants to flip over a lot if you're not judicious with the throttle - (50C 3S cell), the battery needs to be further forward or the car weighted down accordingly.
Seems relatively tough enough as it's been punted into numerous stationary things so far.