Losi 22S 1/10 RTR 2WD Brushless Short Course Truck (K&N) w/2.4GHz Radio & AVC

Losi 22S 1/10 RTR 2WD Brushless Short Course Truck (K&N)
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Based on the Team Losi Racing 22 race platform, the Losi 22S SCT RTR has taken the performance and durability of the 22 platform and maximized it to become the ultimate Ready-to-Run performance/basher. The 22 platform is a legend in the radio control racing world and this Losi version is ready-made for racing while keeping the appeal of backyard bashing. A powerful Dynamite brushless system provides abundant power that’s completely manageable with the aid of AVC (Active Vehicle Control) technology. The get-up-and-go of the 22S is easily handled by the race-inspired suspension of the championship winning 22 race platform. Several Team Losi Racing 22 platform performance parts can upgrade the look, style and performance of the 22S RTR. With user-friendly design concepts, like a bottom loading battery compartment and hard mounted electronics, the user experience is hassle-free allowing the bashing to begin right away. 

Features

  • Race-inspired 2WD Platform
  • AVC® (Active Vehicle Control®)
  • Dynamite® Tazer™ Sport ESC
  • Team Losi Racing® Option Part Upgrades Available
  • Bottom Loading Battery
  • All Metal Gear Transmission
  • Gear Differential
  • Spektrum™ Servo
  • Spektrum™ Dx2e Active Radio System
  • Race-Inspired Licensed Scale Body
  • MAXXIS Razr MT Tires
  • 12mm Race-Inspired Shock Absorbers

Specifications:
Type
: Short Course Truck
Scale: 1/10
Length: 21.6 in (549mm)
Width: 11.7 in (296mm)
Height: 7.8 in (198mm)
Ground Clearance: 2.1 in (53mm)
Wheelbase: 13.2 in (335mm)
Chassis: Molded Composite
Suspension: Lower A-Arm, Upper Link
Drivetrain: 2WD with Sealed Gear Differential
Tire Type: MAXXIS Razr MT
Motor or Engine: Non-Sensored Brushless 540
Speed Control: Included
Radio: DX2E
Servos: Included
Batteries: Sold Separately
Charger: Sold Separately
Gear Pitch: 48P
Wheel Size: 2.2/3.0 in (55.9mm/76.2mm)
Kit/RTR: RTR
Shock Type: Oil-filled with Coil-Over Spring
Body: Polycarbonate, Screen Printed, 1.2mm
Ball Bearings: Full Ball Bearing
Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Is Assembly Required: No

Includes: 

  • (1) 1/10 22S 2WD SCT Brushless RTR with AVC
  • (1) Spektrum DX2E ACTIVE 2-Channel DSMR Transmitter with SR310
  • (1) Spektrum SRS6000 6-Channel DSMR AVC Surface Receiver
  • (1) Spektrum 9KG 23T Waterproof Servo
  • (1) Dynamite 3300Kv Fuze Brushless Motor
  • (1) Dynamite 60A Fuze Brushless ESC
  • (1) User Manual

Needed To Complete:

  • 2S or 3S LiPo Battery with EC3 connector
  • Compatible battery charger

This product is expected to arrive on Monday, October 26 2020

Verified Owner
Friday, Mar 27 2020 (6 months ago)
Losi 22S 1/10 RTR 2WD Brushless Short Course Truck (K&N)
WOW!!! THIS IS A SLASH KILLER, BUY THIS. WAY BETTER TRUCK AND VALUE. WAY BETTER MATERIALS, COMPONENTS, LOOKS, PERFORMANCE AND CRAFTMANSHIP and its LCG!!!! YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED!!! What a tough truck, and super fast on 2S Lipo! The K&N scheme looks 10 times better in person. I wanted the MAXXIS, but Im so glad I got this one. For comparison, I bought this to bash around with, with my kids. I race a Tekno EB410.2, and TLR22 SCT 3.0. with a Spektrum DX5 Pro

I swapped out the servo for an Ecopower, put 32.5 wt shock oil in, and 10K diff oil in before running. The AVC is awesome when your on a loamy or sandy track. The Spektrum radio is basic, but when your driving you don't notice it. It feels really good, and unlike the Traxxas, you can set the throttle to 50, 75 and 100% from a switch on the transmitter, No programming. My girlfriends son has a Slash and we had a high speed head-on collision with his Slash. Well, it ended his day, but not mine!! He now wants to get rid of his Slash..The only downside is that the tires on this truck are horrible unless you are on pavement, grass, or deep soil. No rear traction and a ton of understeer. Sand, dirt covered hardpack, forget it, you will need the AVC cranked up. My next purchase is a 4 pack of Subcultures.

I hope you find this helpful, for $250 its a steal!!!
Wednesday, Feb 13 2019 (about a year ago)
Losi 22S 1/10 RTR 2WD Brushless Short Course Truck (K&N)
Truck is very fast and fun. Body looks great and the stock electronics are pretty good besides the servo. Handles very good and is durable from what I have seen. Overall the truck is great for the price.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 10 2020 (3 months ago)
Losi 22S 1/10 RTR 2WD Brushless Short Course Truck (K&N)
Best bang for your buck!

I don't think you can find a better rtr brushless kit out there.

The obvious question is....how does it compare to the slash. Well, in my opinion...it depends.

It comes with a lcg chassis right out of the box. The battery compartment holds a 5200mah battery just fine so no Mods needed. If your intent is to do track racing, this is a phenomenal value for an entry level vehicle and a better choice over Traxxas.

Now the bad part. On my first outing I smashed full speed into a curb and destroyed the arm and hinge pin. Only way to get parts was through eBay, most retailers nearby didn't stock replacement parts and were closed (covid-19). Also, there's virtually zero upgrade parts for the vehicle, only factory replacements. Long story short is I had to wait over a week for new parts. If your intent is to bash and do some parking lot runs, spend the extra on a slash solely for the parts availability and customization.

My gripes are blamed on physical stores being closed due to the Coronavirus. Once everything is back to normal this drawback may become nonexistent. Losi is a well known brand and most hobby shops should have parts in stock.

I don't regret this purchase one bit. Broken parts are 100% due to my idiocy and not a reflecting of Losi. Whatever sct you decide to go with, stick with 2wd. Nothing compares to the sweet satisfaction of nailing a drifted turn.