The Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega Short Course Truck is fast and fully equipped. The 2S LiPo-compatible Senton 4x4 Mega RTR arrives ready-to-bash in all terrain. A MEGA 12T motor makes it easy to reach maximum speeds. Waterproof electronics make it ready-to-run in any type of weather. dBoots Fortress tires make it possible to conquer any surface. The included Tactic TTX300 transmitter delivers the ultimate in precise control. Precision aluminum, super-tough steel and composite materials, all combined in an easy-to-maintain vehicle design that is built for action, straight from the box. Your GRANITE 4x4 MEGA has full-scale Monster Truck looks and will launch you straight into the dirt-blasting, rock-crushing fun. Just add 4 AA batteries and get bashing.
- Tactic TTX300 3-channel transmitter
- MEGA 12T brushed 550 motor
- Electronics module with MEGA 35A ESC, ADS-5 steering servo and Tactic TR326 receiver
- Easy-access drivetrain
- Fixed length upper links
- Servo horn with built-in servo saver
- Power module with pinion indicators
- Internal metal diff gears
- 8.4V 7-cell 2400mAh NiMH battery
- ADC-N7 7-cell NiMH wall charger
- dBoots Fortress MT tires
- Multi-spoke wheels
- Oil-filled shocks
- Extended height dirt defenders
- Chassis height side rails
- Full set of ball bearings
- If powering the vehicle with a 2S LiPo battery, the jumper on the ESC MUST be set to LiPo mode. Face the side of the ESC with the Battery Mode Indication Sticker Place the jumper across the center and left pins when viewing this sticker.
- Some aftermarket batteries may require the removal of the Battery Mounting Block for proper fit. This can be accomplished by removing the 3x12mm screw that threads through the chassis and mounting block.
Length: 22" (558mm)
Width: 11.7" (298mm)
Height: 8.2" (208mm)
Weight: 6.3lbs (2.9kg)
Ground Clearance: 1.26" (32mm)
Max Battery Dimensions: 6.14 x 2.01 x 1.89" (156 x 51 x 48mm with battery mounting block removed)
This product was added to our catalog on December 6, 2017
I bought this for my daughter who is only 5, she is starting to get throttle control down but still knows only full-lock steering. Needless to say she's hit quite a few things at full speed, straight-on and at an angle and through about 10 packs only has broken the front skid plate (but she hits curbs dead-on @ 20mph...)
The truck is way easier to handle than my blitz but it is 4wd and doesn't have the power to do 60+ so that's a given but it does move pretty good, I haven't timed the acceleration yet but with a gps speedo it did 20.2 with the stock battery/gearing, 18.9 on a cheap 5000/20c 2s and 19.7 on a 5400/50c 2s. Lipo does seem to have a little more punch but that extra voltage of the included 7 cell edges them out on top speed.
For the money I don't think it can be beat, shocks have rock gaurds for the shafts, its all waterproof, comes with a programmable 3ch radio with end point adjustment and dual rate, quick/easily adjustable slipper, tires seem pretty good, etc..
NOW FOR THE FLAW, we mainly drive it in the dirt/gravel fields and EVERY time we go out, at least once the steering binds up and wont turn right or wont turn left and it's because gravel got into the chassis and settled right by the steering linkage/servo and to get it out you have to hold the truck upside down and keep hitting the bottom of the chassis while attempting to turn back and forth until the gravel falls out. If you stick to dirt, no problem. Stick to large gravel, no problem. It's just the smaller gravel (pea gravel size) that gets in there. It's easily forgivable as a basher for this price however if you were racing with it in that terrain I'd imagine it would piss you off pretty bad if it constantly happened.