Team Associated SC10RS 1/10 Scale RTR Brushless Electric 2WD Short Course Truck

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This is the Team Associated SC10RS 1/10 Scale RTR Brushless Electric 2WD Short Course Truck, with a "Pro Comp" race replica body. Team Associated's SC10 RS (Race-Spec) is a Ready-To-Run R/C replica of the trucks driven in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. After winning the 2010 R.O.A.R. National Championships the SC10RS has received some major upgrades including the water-resistant high-power XP SC700 Brushless Speed Control, and a water-resistant enclosed receiver box. The suspension also received an upgrade with the addition of adjustable blue anodized aluminum V2 coil-over shocks.

The 2.6:1 ratio gearbox includes a sealed gear differential with new heavy-duty internal gears and the externally adjustable V2 slipper clutch. The new KMC® replica hex-drive wheels come standard on the SC10RS with high traction JConcepts racing compound rear tires and inserts for more grip. The XP3-SS 2.4GHz 3-channel radio system and XP S1903MG metal gear steering servo round out the SC10RS package, making it a potent race ready short course machine!

  • 2010 ROAR National Champion short course truck
  • XP3-SS 2.4GHz 3-channel radio system with XP S1903 metal gear steering servo
  • New High-Power Water-Resistant XP SC700 Brushless Speed Control with Deans® Ultra Plug® battery connector
  • Reedy 3300 KV Brushless Motor
  • New Water-Resistant enclosed receiver box
  • New Blue anodized aluminum V2 coil-over shocks
  • Sealed gear diff with new heavy-duty gears
  • KMC® replica hex-drive wheels front and rear
  • JConcepts racing compound rear tires and inserts
  • Championship short course racing truck body
  • Composite battery hold-down strap fits NiMH & LiPo battery packs
  • Realistic front and rear bumpers with AE logo rear mud flaps
  • Molded composite low-CG chassis with increased strength
  • 14 precision rubber sealed ball bearings
  • Durable front and rear body mounts
  • Rugged steel turnbuckles
  • Fully adjustable suspension geometry
  • Angled bellcrank "coplanar" steering with integral servo saver
  • Vertical ball end roll-center adjustments front & rear
  • Many Factory Team & Reedy option parts already available!
Power Source: Electric
Terrain: Off-Road
Body Style: Truck
Scale Size: 1:10 Scale
Assembly Level: Ready-To-Run*
Length: 550mm (21.65in)
Width: 293mm (11.54in)
Wheelbase: 327mm (12.87in)
Weight: 2080g (4.59 lbs)
Internal Gear Ratio: 2.6:1
Drive: 2WD

Needed to Complete
  • (8) Eight AA batteries
  • 6-cell sub-C or 2S LiPo rechargeable battery pack
  • Charger

This product was added to our catalog on June 20, 2011.

Ceilan Chaparro
Monday, Oct 3 2011 (about 6 years ago)
Team Associated SC10RS 1/10 Scale RTR Brushless Electric 2WD Short Course Truck
Just bought this truck about a month ago. The truck is very nice out of the box. Only two modifications are necessary for racing. Get rid of the terrible front tires. I boiled them for 40min, pulled them off the wheels, and replaced them with a similar soft compund tire that the truck comes stock with in the rear (Jconcepts Subcultures). Next, replace the steering servo. The stock one, while reliable, is much to slow and cannot turn as sharp as aftermarket servos. For peace of mind I replaced the front bumper with an RPM front bumper as on very seldom occasion, these trucks have been known to crack the front of the chassis in BIG crashes, the RPM front bumper/chassis support eliminates this problem. I've been racing the truck for the last month on our smooth indoor clay track and have only had one problem. One of the front threaded ball stud nuts backed backed out causing the front steering turnbuckle to fall off. I had an extra nut and reinstalled it nice and tight with some loctite then combed over the truck snugging down all ball studs and nuts as anyone should with an RTR (Ready to Run Vehicle). The truck is as quite as a mouse and stock, the truck ESC runs about 118 degrees F, and the motor at 158 F.

On a side note, lipos make this truck MUCH faster than the 7 cell 8.4V 3000mah nimhs I was using. I am now using a 2s 40C 5000mah lipo which is very nice. I would suggest this truck for anyone thinking about getting into racing. With a few small mods, (servo and front tires) the truck is capable of hanging with the best at the local track. The understeer many people associate with SC10's can easily be eliminated by softening the rear suspension and running a bit more toe in with the rear tires.)
J white
Verified Owner
Saturday, Apr 14 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Team Associated SC10RS 1/10 Scale RTR Brushless Electric 2WD Short Course Truck
With a spektrum s6040 servo and a tire swap its a good truck. It does need some adjustment out of the box to hit the track. (+1 if you like back flips. -1 if you like to race.) The 3300kv reedy in this will put you in mod class and you wont be the fastest, but with the FT kit and your own electronics you can easily hold your own in 17.5 "stock class" with some tuning. In all, a very nice setup with some tweaks!)