ECX RC Boost 1/10 Scale RTR Electric 2WD Buggy (Blue)
This is the Electrix RC Boost 1/10 Scale RTR Electric 2WD Buggy. Rounding out the Electrix RC line up, is the Boost 2WD 1/10 electric buggy. It’s dependable, race friendly chassis is sure to be a hit with buggy fans worldwide. Taking cues from more expensive racing rigs, the Boost screams performance, while remaining an Electrix RC vehicle through and through. Built to last with the durability you have come to expect, it is destined to be a solid addition to the Electrix RC lineup.
Each Electrix vehicle is truly ready to run, complete with all the batteries required, including the AA’s for the transmitter! As with all Electrix RC vehicles, you always get oil filled shocks, full ball bearings, fully painted bodies with factory applied decals, plus a nylon composite chassis built with the beginning user in mind.
- True ready to run vehicle with everything included
- Meets ROAR Specs
- Wheels are a stylish dish type with ribbed front tires and square pin rear tires
- Super low slung body available in 2 color schemes (Blue – ECX3000, Orange ECX3100)
- The chassis is a narrow design with rolled edges to reduce drag and hanging up on irregular surfaces.
- Universal slider type drive shafts
- Transmission has an adjustable slipper clutch
- 4 Oil filled adjustable shocks provides great handling
- 2WD Transmission with gear differential makes it reliable and efficient
- Custom battery strap with easy to use thumb clips
Type: 2WD Buggy
Length: 15.8 in (401mm)
Width: 11.2 in (284mm)
Wheelbase: 11.2 in (284mm)
Weight: 3.44 lb (1560g)
Motor: Dynamite® 20-Turn Brushed Motor
Speed Control: Dynamite® ESC
Shock Type: Coil Over Oil-Filled Shocks
Minimum Age Recommendation: 12 years
This product was added to our catalog on July 11, 2011.
Our school bought a dozen various ECX = Electrix cars and the majority have similar problems. I have called Horizon a number of times and they did send several radio components but most of the time the problem persisted. Though these have a low price and the plastic parts seem sturdy the electronics are usually worthless and discouraging to kids. Better to pay more for Traxxas or Associated and be happy for years.)