Arrma Vorteks 4X2 BOOST 1/10 Electric RTR Stadium Truck (Red) w/SLT2 2.4GHz Radio

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Arrma Vorteks 4X2 BOOST 1/10 Electric RTR Stadium Truck (Red)
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The Arrma Vorteks 4X2 BOOST 1/10 Electric RTR Stadium Truck offers unmatched durability and performance in a ready to run package. Featuring a stout 2WD drivetrain the Vorteks 4X2 BOOST gives you a reliable platform that performs run after run. Powered by a 550 12T brushed motor and Spektrum 2 in 1 40A ESC power is not an issue. With optional gearing and a 7-Cell NiMH battery speeds of 30MPH can easily be achieved. As your skills progress you can upgrade to a 3S LiPo battery for even more tire spinning power! But that's not all! The Vorteks 4X2 BOOST features a brushless ready transmission making it easily upgraded to brushless power. Additionally you can add the capability of 4WD with the Transmission Upgrade Set (ARA210003, sold separately).

For all-terrain toughness the Vorteks 4X2 BOOST includes a strong composite chassis with retained hinge pin plates and steering with more clearance for stones. The suspension is controlled by self-bleeding, oil-filled shocks with silicone O-rings designed for effortless maintenance and amazing handling. High chassis guards limit the amount of dirt and debris that can get into the chassis tub keeping your drivetrain running efficiently. Rounding out the chassis are shock-absorbing loops on the front and rear bumpers keeping them secured to the chassis and offering defense against heavy impacts. Overall this vehicle is built with durability and performance in mind, giving you a hassle free driving experience.

  • 2-Wheel drive 4X2 transmission that's upgradable to 4X4 (using 4X4 BOOST Transmission Upgrade Set Sold Separately)
  • Spektrum 2.4GHz SLT2 transmitter with 50/75/100% throttle modes
  • Spektrum SLT 2-in-1 40A ESC & Receiver
  • MEGA 550 12T brushed motor
  • Spektrum S650 waterproof digital servo offering 84 oz-in of torque
  • Metal internal geared diff
  • 1.35 module input and main diff gear teeth
  • Strong composite chassis with extended height dirt defenders
  • Impact absorbing bumpers
  • Steering system with stone clearance
  • Easy-access modular design — power, diff, and electronics modules can be removed for maintenance quickly and easily
  • Double-wishbone suspension front and rear for great handling
  • Vented dBoots KATAR tires that disperse water for improved durability
Product Length: 18.5" (470mm)
Product Height: 6.42" (163mm)
Product Width: 13.31" (338mm)
Front Track: 13.31" (338mm)
Rear Track: 13.31" (338mm)
Wheelbase: 11.3" (287mm)
Product Weight: 6.64lb (3.02kg) with 7-Cell 3300mah NiMH battery sold separately
Max Battery Dimensions: 6.14x2.01x1.89in (156x51x48mm)
Gear Pitch: 48P
Pinion: 15T
Spur Gear: 91T
Internal Gear Ratio: 2.85
Final Drive Ratio: 17.29
Tire Tread: dBoots KATAR
Wheel Width: 2.04" (52mm)
Wheel Hex Size: 14mm
Chassis: Molded Composite
Ball Bearings: Rubber shielded bearings throughout
Motor Size: 550
Top Speed: 30+
Water-Resistant: Yes
Connector Type: IC3

  • (1) 1/10 Vorteks 4X2 BOOST MEGA 550 Brushed Stadium Truck RTR
  • (1) Spektrum SLT 2-in-1 40A ESC & Receiver
  • (1) ARRMA MEGA 550 12T Brushed Motor
  • (1) Spektrum 2.4GHz SLT2 Transmitter
  • (1) Spektrum S650 Waterproof Digital Servo
  • (4) AA Transmitter Batteries
  • (1) Product Manual
Needed To Complete:
  • (1) 7-Cell NiMH Hump Battery or 2S LiPo Battery with EC3 or IC3 Connector
  • (1) Compatible Battery Charger

This product was added to our catalog on September 1, 2022

Verified Owner
Friday, Sep 16 2022 (about a year ago)
Arrma Vorteks 4X2 BOOST 1/10 Electric RTR Stadium Truck (Red)
I had recently purchased the 3S BLX version of this RC a couple months ago before getting this one. We found we had an RC dirt track area in our home town and I wanted to take the kids. The 3S version is a lot to control when you are first starting out so I thought slowing things down would be a good direction for us. We have a DeeRC 200E Amazon special and it's faster and has 4 wheel drive out of the box but if I had to choose this Boost or the 200E I'd defiantly pick the Arrma Boost. Price wise it's very close. Finding spare parts so far has been way easier on the Arrma. With it's modular upgrade path to add 4 wheel drive and then later step it up to brushless with only the electronic components, will be eash since the rest of the RC can already handle the extra power. The DeeRC 200E can accept a 3s lipo and it's faster but it just feels like it is exceeding its capabilities so we leave it at 2s.

After driving the 4x4 bashers, the rear wheel drive was much more challenging to go straight under power. However, the kids and I though the challenge was kind of fun. In fact I think I'll just use 2s in my BLX Vorteks version for now because making precise, controlled lines with the RC and getting better at that is even more fun then just seeing how much air I can get off a jump (fun, just a different kind of fun). We all love this red color as well. With the bushed 2s setup and this chassis, I doubt we will end up breaking parts too often as well which happens on the 3s setup.
Kaleb Knowles
Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 2 2022 (about a year ago)
Arrma Vorteks 4X2 BOOST 1/10 Electric RTR Stadium Truck (Red)
Great truck honestly, only ran it on a 2s never tried the nickel battery. Has landed hard and broke nothing. ESC went out though only after 2 weeks.
Israel Guajardo
Verified Owner
Thursday, Nov 17 2022 (about a year ago)
Arrma Vorteks 4X2 BOOST 1/10 Electric RTR Stadium Truck (Red)
I really wanted to like this car, has the looks but when ran it I could hear a cyclic noise from the transmission. Since I work on all my cars, decided to open it and found that the beveled gear on the main shaft, contacting the diff, is way to tight against it (the mesh). I would assume that Arrma would like you to break it in, but this causes too much stress on the moto. I find that not acceptable.