The SR10 Dirt Oval Race Car is based on the 9-time ROAR Short Course National Championship winning trucks, featuring a water-resistant high-power Reedy brushless speed control and 3300kV brushless motor, a 2.4GHz 2-channel radio system as well as Team Associated's DVC (Dynamic Vehicle Control) receiver unit with built-in adjustable digital gyro. Add to that a Reedy metal-gear digital high-torque servo and a water-resistant enclosed receiver box. All of this packaged together in an outstanding factory-finished body with integrated rear spoiler. This SR10 beast will keep you cornering with the included high-grip street stock-inspired treaded tires and lightweight wheels.
- 2.4GHz 2-channel radio with new DVC (Dynamic Vehicle Control) receiver featuring built-in adjustable gyro
- Lightweight street stock-inspired wheels
- Durable and lightweight aluminum top shaft
- Low center-of-gravity molded composite chassis with hook-and-loop battery straps that accommodate both NiMH and 2S and 3S LiPo battery packs
- 2.6:1 ratio gearbox with heavy-duty sealed gear differential and externally adjustable slipper clutch
- Rugged steel turnbuckles for adjustable camber and front toe-in
- Adjustable suspension geometry
- Vertical ball ends for roll center adjustments, front and rear
- Many Factory Team options already available!
- Metric hardware throughout
- 22 precision rubber-sealed ball bearings
- (1) SR10 RTR Brushless Dirt Oval Car Kit
- (1) 2.4GHz Radio & DVC
- (4) AA batteries for transmitter
- (1) 6-cell sub-C rechargeable NiMH battery or 2-cell LiPo battery
- Battery charger
This product was added to our catalog on May 6, 2021
They are almost exactly the same as most of their parts are exactly the same with only a few differences between them.
After seeing how the wheels can rub on the body I raised it up slightly and the wheels still rub on the body but some shock limiters to restrict their full movement will prevent that.
It handles really well on road as I where I live there is not too many places to use it except on the sort of busy road I live on.
I have to wait for the traffic lights to stop the cars and watch out for them coming. I then chase them down the road usually catching up to them most times but around midnight is when I get out all my cars and have a little fun.
Now when I need parts for my DR10 I usually get 2 of what I need as so many are used in the SR10. When comparing their parts lists they are exactly the same ones used on both with 95% being used for them. The only differences are chassis size, bumpers, wheels and no wheelie bar for the SR10. But with a little parts swapping and wheels you could make the SR10 into a stubby Drag Car for a fun experiment. I might try it out one day just to see how it works out and the other way around with the DR10 as an Oval Racer as well.
Now as I think about doing it I might end up getting both again and keep them that way.