Losi Super Rock Rey SRR 1/6 4WD RTR Electric Rock Racer (Grey) w/DX3 Radio, Smart ESC & AVC

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Losi Super Rock Rey SRR 1/6 4WD RTR Electric Rock Racer (Grey)
Price: $899.99
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The Losi Super Rock Rey 1/6 4WD RTR Electric Rock Racer is a large scale, big power, machine. This rock racer gets its inspiration from the full size rigs found at the King of Hammers and similar events. The realistic solid rear axles gets its power from an 8S ready brushless motor and allows for speeds of 50+ MPH. When you are navigating this rig, AVC technology lets you hold nothing back through corners and jumps. AVC allows you to have full throttle range no matter the conditions.

Losi has included a lot of updated features to this Super Rock Rey. Long travel front and rear suspension allows the truck to soak up massive whoops and bumps and rip across the terrain. Threaded coil-over shocks for fine tuning the suspension to best suite your driving style. Full body roll cage to add strength and scale body panels for scale realism. Thick 4mm aluminum chassis for a super durable center section. Tune-able differentials to allow for the drive train to be dialed in for your driving style. A 1/6th scale 750kV brushless motor is paired with a 160A Smart ESC for unreal power and speed. Available in two different color schemes.

  • Impressive 1/6 scale size and exceptional scale looks
  • 50+ mph speed potential to outperform the competition
  • Supports up to 8S LiPo battery power out of the box
  • AVC® Active Vehicle Control system to provide the right amount of stability for any driver
  • 4WD independent front suspension with solid axle 4-link rear
  • 4mm aluminum chassis with injection-molded roll cage
  • Larger wheels and tires increase ground clearance to avoid hang-ups
  • LED light bars provide fun even when the sun goes down
  • All-metal gear drivetrain
  • Preset motor plate provides easy gear mesh
  • Coil-over, oil-filled shocks keep the ride smooth and plush
  • Spektrum Firma 750Kv 4-pole Brushless Motor capable of 50+ mph speeds
  • Spektrum Firma 160A Brushless Smart ESC capable of 8S power
  • Waterproof electronics withstand racing over wet and muddy tracks
  • Spektrum DX3 Smart DSMR 2.4 GHz Radio System
  • Spektrum SR6200A 6ch AVC/Telemetry DSMR Surface Receiver
  • Updated HV capable Spektrum S905 servo
  • Multi-piece body and driver interior maximize scale realism
  • Bottom-loading battery makes pack changes quick and easy, with the capacity to hold up to 8S packs
Scale: 1/6
Completion Level: Ready-To-Run
Drivetrain: 4WD
Product Height: 11" (279 mm)
Product Length: 27" (686 mm)
Product Width: 17.25" (438 mm)
Ground Clearance: 3" (76.2mm)
Wheelbase: 20" (508 mm)
Rear Track: 16.5 inches (419.1mm)
Front Track: 17.25 inches (438.1mm)
Product Weight: 20.6 lbs (9.3 kg)
Body: Screened with decals
Power Type: Electric
Motor Size: Brushless 56x87mm 750Kv
Pinion: 16T
Spur Gear: 37T
Internal Gear Ratio: 4.88:1
Final Drive Ratio: 9.76:1
Gear Pitch: 1.5 Mod
Shock Type: Oil-Filled, Coil-Over Springs
Suspension: Independent Front/4-Link Rear
Tire Compound: Firm
Tire Tread: MAXXIS Creepy Crawler LT
Tire Type: Raceline Monster
Inner Tire / Outer Wheel Diameter: 3.2 in
Wheel Width: 2.1 inches (53.3mm)
Vehicle Type: Rock Racer

  • (1) 1/6 Super Rock Rey RTR
    • (1) Spektrum Firma 160A Brushless Smart ESC 8S (installed)
    • (1) Spektrum Firma 1/6th 750Kv 4-pole Brushless Motor (installed)
    • (1) Spektrum SPMS905 WP Digital Servo (installed)
    • (1) Spektrum SPMSR6200A 6-Channel AVC/Telemetry Receiver (installed)
  • (1) Spektrum DX3 Smart DSMR Transmitter
Needed to Compete:
  • (2) 2S-4S LiPo Batteries with IC5 or EC5 connector
  • (1) Compatible LiPo Charger
  • (4) AA Batteries for Transmitter

This product was added to our catalog on June 28, 2022

Verified Owner
Thursday, Feb 17 2022 (about a year ago)
Losi Super Rock Rey SRR 1/6 4WD RTR Electric Rock Racer (Grey)
First off, I want to comment that anyone who takes an RC vehicle out and runs it hard will find the one weak point from the manufacturing process, but that is the best part of this hobby is finding ways to upgrade and improve the experience.

So this truck is massive and is my first 1/6 scale rock racer; I did a bunch of research before buying this truck and found out from YouTubers that if you buy this truck, have some spare steering knuckles on hand or get the upgrades ones from Losi Part # LOS354013. I got vitavon knuckles shipped and waiting to swap them over to mitigate that weakness. Otherwise, I have only just opened and admired the engineering of this truck. I will continue to update this review below with a date as I get to run it, and I will comment on any more weaknesses I find and what I did to resolve them with parts from this site or another.

Edit: 2022/03/02

So I have had SRR out for a spin, and the truck performs pretty well; I am glad I got the steering knuckles. So far, nothing has broken, but I am also not an extreme basher; I run it on an outdoor track with small jumps. I have also been searching for different tires and wheels that I have found from DDM racing Part # MMX140R. These will work with this truck, and I hope to change the driving mechanics a little.
After I get those tires, my next goal is to do a complete disassembly and go through all the parts and grease/oil points to ensure the factory did everything and look for any internal damage from my first run.
John Scheinberg
Monday, Feb 21 2022 (about a year ago)
Losi Super Rock Rey SRR 1/6 4WD RTR Electric Rock Racer (Grey)
DO NOT BUY. So this all happened within 5 min of first run on 6s. Had little to no steering, which quickly started binding as losi uses a metal pin-in-plastic in their steering bellcrank, causing the servo to fail almost immediately. But not before the inner hub bearings spun up out of the front hubs and welded themselves to the drive shafts so that both front wheels have a death wobble. Working on this rig is a nightmare's nightmare. Took a blow torch and vise to get a bearing off an axle! Nothing comes apart and you have to disassemble the entire thing for one tiny part. Wouldn't k ow how it drives cause all it does is break. Owned for 3 months, driven that ONE TIME.