ECX Torment 1/18 RTR 4WD Short Course Truck w/2.4GHz Radio (Red/Orange)
Big 4WD Short Course Fun!
Everything needed included in the box.
The ECX Torment SCT has been a standout among the world of RC bashing ever since it was introduced. No matter its competition, this unbeatable SCT stands apart for its unbeatable value, durability and no-nonsense approach to hitting the pavement. Whether youíre new to RC driving or just want a rig that can handle just about anything thrown at it, the Torment comes ready to go the distance. The 1/18-scale Torment SCT wonít back down from taking on rough terrain or the trials and tribulations of the most brutal drivers. Equipped with a rugged shaft-driven 4WD drivetrain and waterproof electronics, this edition of the torment can tear through turf in even the most brutal conditions. When it comes time to bash, the Torment comes well-prepared to sideline the competition with hard-hitting durability thatís sure to leave bruises on less capable trucks.
- Rugged shaft-driven 4WD platform
- ECX 2.4GHz radio system
- Waterproof receiver/ESC combo
- Oil filled shocks
- Bottom loading battery tray
- Includes Dynamite 6-cell 900mAh NiMH battery and AC charger
- Nylon composite chassis
- Dynamite 380 size brushed motor
- Uses high-current EC3 connectors
- 2WD transmission with gear differentials
- Four wheel independent suspension
- Completely ready-to-run including AA's for transmitter
Type: 4WD Short Course Truck
Length: 12.04 in (306mm)
Width: 7.17 in (182mm)
Height: 4.21 in (107mm)
Ground Clearance: 1.22 in (31mm)
Wheelbase: 7.01 in (178mm)
Weight: 1.75 lbs (793g)
Chassis: Molded Nylon Composite
Tire Type: SCT
Motor or Engine: 380 Brushed
Radio: 2Ch, 2.4GHZ
Batteries: 7.2V 900mAh Stick pack
Gear Pitch: 0.5 Module
Wheel Size: 1.38 in (35mm Diameter) 0.91 in (23mm Width)
Shock Type: Coil over oil filled
Body: SCT painted
Ball Bearings: Transmission only
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
Needed To Complete:
- Nothing! Everything needed is included in the box.
This product was added to our catalog on January 5, 2016.
The only minor issue I have had is that the plastic rods connecting the steering bell crank to the spindle sometimes pops off the ball socket. It pops right back on though and isn't really broken.
Other thoughts, It would be nice to have some tire upgrade options. Also the combination ESC/receiver makes upgrades to Lipo problematic.)