RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler

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RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
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The RC4WD Bully 2.2 RTR is a ready to run U.S.R.C.C.A legal comp class brawler. With a carbon fiber chassis, Bully 2.2 Competition CNC machined axles, aluminum shocks, titanium links, carbon fiber and delrin Rocker 2.2" Beadlock Wheels and Bully Advanced XS22 Compound Competition Tires, this rig delivers quality and performance.

The Bully MOA axles offer strength and durability, and feature full ball bearings, steel internal heavy duty gears, XVD's, clockable C's, sleek gearbox and tons of adjustability to meet your needs. The MOA platform allows for ultimate control with a low CG dual motor setup and long run times. Combine this with a Rocker Dig II ESC and you get fully independent motor control for optimum power and control. 

Features:

  • CNC Machined Aluminum Axles
  • MOA (Motor on Axle Design)
  • Steel Internal Heavy Duty Gears
  • Bully 2.2" Competition Tires (Advanced X2SS Compound)
  • Carbon Fiber and Delrin Wheels
  • Clockable C's
  • Aluminum Shocks
  • Titanium Links
  • Carbon Fiber and Delrin Chassis
  • High Clearance Chassis Design
  • Carbon Fiber Battery Plate
  • Easy to Paint Lexan Body Panels
  • Endless Customizing for Unique End User

Specifications:
Type: Competition Crawler
Scale: 1/10
Length: 17.8 in (453 mm)
Width: 10 in (254 mm)
Height: 7.2 in (182 mm)
Ground Clearance: 3.6 in (92 mm)
Wheelbase: 12.5 in (317 mm)
Weight: 4.38 lbs (1.99 kg)
Chassis: Carbon Fiber
Suspension: 4 Link Front and Rear
Motor or Engine: Rebuildable 35T Brushed
Speed Control: Outcry Brushed with drag brake and separate 6V 5A BEC
Radio: XR4
Servos: Twister Metal Gear Digital
Gear Pitch: 32P
Wheel Size: 2.2 Beadlock
Kit/RTR: RTR
Shock Type: Internal Spring 90mm - Can Be Oil Filled

Needed to Complete:

  • 850-1400mAh 3S LiPo Battery
  • LiPo Charger

NOTE: The stock ESC is equipped with a Tamiya connector. We recommend you convert the ESC and battery to a T-Style (Deans) Connector, or XT60 for optimum performance.

 

This product was added to our catalog on May 16, 2017

Verified Owner
Wednesday, May 27 2020 (about 2 years ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
Love my Bully 2 RTR. Works great right out of the box. There seamed to be a little grease in the axals, but I added some more for good measure. Put on the lighter springs that came with the kit. Moved the motor wires to the top,crimped them some to make them a little tighter, will probably soldier them eventually, but right now I'm just playing around having fun on the rocks. I'm not having any problems with the electronics like some have said on the forums. Love it stock the way it is. You won't regret buying it.
I already have an Arrma typhon 3, and a Collosses American force edition. So the Bully was a great edition to my collection.
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 7 2022 (4 months ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
I would like to inform that A MAIN HOBBIES is a very good, as a matter of fact the best hobby store, friendly support team good customer service, overall great however my last purchase was very disappointed ( the vehicle itself) shipping, price everything NO PROBLEM but the Rc4wd bully2 assembly was VERY POOR!!! Broken servo screw, wiring wrong, i hv encountered several issues with the buggy itself,,, poorly assembled, had to replace servo ( already) and missing screws, I DONT want to return nor my $ bk because it’s not your guy’s fault RC4WD shame on the and A++. To you guys those are my 2 cents. after 7 hours and 123.00 dlls servo, wires and screw kit it’s now in operable condition. Thanks A+++ to AMAIN. F to RC4WD
Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 12 2022 (5 months ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
Bought a b2 to no surprise another rc4wd special edition poor quality rtr. Its to be expected from rc4wd. This is far from a comp crawler barley even passes as rtr. Stripped/broken bolts out of the package. Both motors don't turn if under any load. There on board motor control is kind of a joke. Esc/motor combo doesn't have enough power to work properly. Extra Shock springs limit compression so they are kind of useless. Dont recommend for anyone. Build one that works. And if you do buy plan to replace electronics for it to work properly. And to tear down and rebuild it before you run it. This is no fault of amain. Strictly rc4wd special edition poor quality rtr as per usual.
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 8 2021 (about a year ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
Buen producto falta probar, envío rapido,con ganas de salir a probarlo a las.rocas
Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 1 2021 (about a year ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
Excellent MOA comp crawler, it could definitely use a better steering servo but other than that pretty good right out of the box!!!! I changed the position of the battery to the belly pan to lower cog a bit so I had to get creative with the other electronics but overall I’m very impressed!!!
Verified Owner
Friday, Feb 12 2021 (about a year ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
This kit is not a rtr far from it. you have to rewire all the electronics buy a BEC BUY a Fan also do not buy this kit and think its ready to run its not. the only thing good about kit are the axles thats it.i give it 1 star and thats to much!!!!!!!
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Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jul 6 2021 (12 months ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
Before I say anything, Amain Hobbies rocks and my new Bully2 showed up in two days. Now the story. I opened the box, soldered on a Spektrum ic3 connector for my batteries, and turned it on and throttled up. Very first thing, it made a horrible grinding noise from the transmission, and I noticed it only had 3 wheels turning in 4 wheel drive. Being totally familiar with RC cars, I removed the wheel to find there was no drive pin in the axle for the wheel hex and it actually had parts for the front hubs on the rear. I had to steal a pin from my Element Enduro, MacGyver it, and it fit fine. I removed the motor cover to see that the pinion gears were misaligned and barely touching the spur gears. That was the screeching noise I heard. So I adjusted that. Finally after two hours of messing with it I finally take a trial run in the rocks. Immediately noticed the steering servo is super weak. But the radio was nice, and all functioned as it was supposed to. Then a motor wire connector fell off the motor, and I noticed they wired it so the servo lead, and motor leads were right where they can get torn off in the rocks. So I removed those motor connectors, cut off about two feet of extra wire, and directly soldered the motor leads to the upper motor tabs. Next, I installed a Spektrum 6250HV servo in it, and just used the 6 volt bec. Now I actually started having a blast with it. It can climb just about any boulder with the right line. I took some pictures of my rookie built Bully2 and sent them to RC4WD Customer service. At first they seemed grateful that I made them aware of the faulty build. They offered to send the missing parts, although they would not send them out of California. I am still waiting on a shipment from China to make it correct, which sorta turns my gut. I wish RC4WD would have just sent me the whole damn axle, because I still have to make it correct myself, and I could have just sent them back this one they made on a Friday afternoon. So, if you buy this, I'd say if you are a perfectionist like me, you'll want to give it a good RC Guru look over before you ruin it within the first battery. For 600 bucks, they should fire everyone at the facility building the ready to runs. In my opinion the kit is too much money, and since the RTR is 100 bucks extra you get the motors, esc, and the dig switch and a pre programmed radio. That seemed like a better deal. This was an honest review. No BS from me.
Verified Owner
Friday, Jul 3 2020 (about 2 years ago)
RC4WD Bully II MOA RTR Competition Crawler
Haven't had a chance to play with it yet. Still looking for a battery and charger for it. What do you guys recommend for it????.