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Serpent Spyder MT2 RTR 1/10 Off-Road 2WD Electric Monster Truck w/2.4GHz Radio System

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This is the Serpent Spyder MT2 RTR 1/10 Off-Road 2WD Electric Monster Truck with an included 2.4GHz Radio System. The 2WD Spyder MT2 features big Monster truck tires and wheels, aggressive Monster Truck styling, a powerful 9T 3000kV brushless motor, waterproof 45A speed controller, 7kg metal gear servo and finally, the Dragon 2.4GHz transmitter and super small receiver. 

This big wheel Monster Truck can conquer any terrain with the oversized tires, great looks with realistic looking body, strong and durable power system, all with amazing torque and top speed. Additionally, the Spyder MT suspension comes from the Serpent competition range of vehicles and is designed to offer superior handling in both on and offroad use.

Features:

  • Oil filled gear differential
  • Direct drive clutch with steel gear (slipper clutch optional)
  • Anodized aluminum motor plate and guard
  • Spring Steel driveshafts
  • Durable rear bumper
  • Aggressive monster truck body
  • Ball bearings and metric hardware used throughout
  • Complete and assembled kit
  • Many setup possibilities
  • Inline battery compartment fits saddle, shorty or full stick pack

Specifications:
Car:
Spyder MT2 2wd RM
Class: MT 2wd
Length: 540mm (with body)
Width: 295mm (varies with set-up)
Height: 190mm
Wheelbase: 330mm
Gear Ratio: 2.43:1
Weight: varies with electronics used
Included: Body, wheels, speedo, motor, servo, tyres, transmitter
Not included: Batteries for car and TX

Needed To Complete:

  • (4) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)
  • (1) 7.4V 2S LiPo Battery w/T-Style Deans Connector
  • (1) Compatible Battery Charger

This product was added to our catalog on June 12, 2018