Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler (Black) w/DX3 2.4GHz Radio

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Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler (Black)
Price: $549.99
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The Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler is ready to give you a more effective way to combat the trail. Axial has equipped this Capra model with 4-wheel steer for enhanced maneuverability and performance. Using the functions found on the included transmitter, you can steer the axle from 0 (straight), to 50% or 100% left and right. Get ready to dominate the trail with the Axial Capra 1.9 equipped with 4-wheel steering.

The transmission includes an optional Dig setup that is disabled from the factory (and requires an optional to a 4-channel radio and micro servo for use - not included). To have Dig and rear steering capabilities, remove the spacer from inside the transmission and install your micro servo. With the flick of a transmitter button, you can now activate Dig and lock the rear drive axle. That allows you to pull the buggy around by the front end while holding the rear in place.

The tube chassis of the Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy offers realistic scale rock crawler buggy looks and is optimized for suspension and tire clearance. Currie F9 Portal Axles deliver 45° of steering with extra ground clearance. Both axles feature metal universals that produce smooth action for an efficient and durable drivetrain. All links and suspension pivots are made of rust-proof stainless steel and provide precise, durable suspension points.

The included Spektrum DX3 transmitter features exclusive DSMR technology for superior range, response, and interference resistance. It's also fully compatible with the Smart telemetry potential provided by the vehicle's Spektrum Firma 2-in-1 40A Smart ESC/Receiver. Using a Spektrum Smart LiPo pack, you can follow on-board battery capacity on the transmitter's voltage level indicator while driving with confidence in any weather and trail conditions - the electronics are protected by a waterproof and dustproof design.

  • Includes front and rear steering out of the box for the ultimate in precise maneuverability
  • Also includes an optional Dig setup — unlock the Dig transmission and upgrade to a 4-channel radio and micro servo to operate the Dig feature while also having rear steering
  • Currie F9 Portal Axles offer 45° of steering with extra ground clearance for the best crawling performance
  • Tube chassis design offers the realistic scale looks of a rock crawler buggy and is optimized for suspension and tire clearance
  • Included Spektrum™ DX3™ 2.4GHz DSMR® radio provides superior range, response, and interference resistance and is compatible with Smart technology
  • Front and rear axles each come with a Spektrum™ S614 Metal-Gear servo installed for steering
  • Licensed Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires offer a wider tire patch and more traction
  • Metal universal joints on both axles provide smooth action and 45 degrees of steering for an efficient, high-performance drivetrain
Length: 17" (432 mm)
Width: 10.25" (260 mm)
Height: 8.25" (210 mm)
Weight: 4.5lbs (2.04kg)
Wheelbase: 12.5" (318 mm)
Front Track: 8.75" (222.25mm)
Rear Track: 8.75" (222.25mm)
Ground Clearance: 3" (76.2mm)
Internal Gear Ratio: 5.14:1
Final Drive Ratio: 37:1

  • (1) Axial Capra 1.9 1/10 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy RTR with:
    • (1) Spektrum Firma 40A Brushed Smart 2-in-1 ESC and Receiver (installed)
    • (1) Axial 35T Brushed Motor (installed)
    • (2) Spektrum 15Kg Waterproof Servo 23T (installed)
    • (1) Axial LED Light Set (installed)
  • (1) Spektrum DX3 2.4GHz Smart 3-Channel Radio Transmitter
  • (4) AA Transmitter Batteries
  • (1) Product manual
Needed to Complete:
  • (1) 2-3S LiPo Battery with IC3 or EC3 Connector
  • (1) Compatible Battery Charger

This product was added to our catalog on December 3, 2021

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Apr 27 2022 (about a year ago)
Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler (Black)
Really fun truck, but I received it new out of the box with burned out led lights in the light bar and AMain was ZERO help! I'll be spending my $550 elsewhere from now on
Verified Owner
Saturday, Apr 16 2022 (about a year ago)
Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler (Black)
The purchase was super simple and shipped fast. The truck arrived packaged nicely but the light bar on the truck didn’t work. Turns out the wire was broken at the light. Not a big deal but it doesn’t work. The rest of the truck is in perfect condition and I love this beast!! I will be purchasing more Rc trucks from Amain and will be building this truck with parts from them.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Feb 24 2022 (about a year ago)
Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler (Black)
I have not yet tried myself this crawler, I have however spent dozens of hours researching it via youtube, rccrawlers forums.
This RTR makes sense over the kit because of the 4WS. One youtuber states that the 4Ws upgrade he made to his Non 4WS capra costs him way over one hundred dollars. So for 50 to 70 dollars you get the car built, Basic but useable electronics and tires.
Watched varios youtubers crawling with the stock 4ws rtr and it performed well, tackling all kinds of advanced obstacles.
There is complaint about the 14 tooth pinion. Most share the opinion that a lower tooth pinion 13, 12, 11, would be more controlled for crawling. For someone completely new as myself, I want to use stock for a couple of months until I become familiar first hand with how I can handle the vehicle. Good driving, will make the vehicle handle better; adquiring driving skills is part or the main fun of using the RC; learning on an underequipped car will develop sharper skills.
Before changing electronics, there are a number of non or low cost upgrades that may be tried, (after driving the car as is). There is a pen spring mod which lowers the ride height and center of gravity of the buggy; swapping tire and or tire foams; adding weight strips to the wheels (lower even more the center of gravity); Getting a hobbywing program card (for brushed motors) to change ESC (electronic speed controller) settings which can improve control of the RC for RockCrawling use. One of the more capable crawlers I watched in you tube, does not use brass parts to add weight, only the wheel strips, which are very affordable. He crawls impossible lines with lots of skill and patience.
As advised by numerous youtubers, I bought a flysky gt5 controller. With this controller I will have available the option of adding dig to the capra and gives more options to control the rear steer. Do note that to use the gt5 the stock spectrum esc/radio receiver unit will not work. The GT5 can be ordered with a receiver unit, the hobbywind program card can be acquired in a not to expensive bundle with their 1080 esc.
Lots to try and change, but the most important thing is driving the car. Finding challenging places to go make it climb, observing the climb and choosing lines so as to make the buggy climb controlled, without having to "punch" it (high acceleration); Developing eye, hand coordination to make the car an extension of yourself.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Dec 15 2021 (about a year ago)
Axial Capra 1.9 4WS Unlimited Trail Buggy 1/10 RTR 4WD Rock Crawler (Black)
It is a very good rig nice built and capable to do anything