Team Magic E4D Drift Spec 1/10 Brushed RTR 4WD Touring Car w/H.A.R.D. 2.4GHz Radio (White)
This is the Team Magic E4D Drift Spec 1/10 Scale Brushed RTR 4WD Touring Car, with an included H.A.R.D. 2.4GHz Radio System. The E4D electric drift car will definitely catch everyone's attention by showing it's drifting ability and realistic body shell. This is the car that will allow you to experience the easy way of racing, and enjoy the great feeling of drifting the car.
The E4D drifter comes with an included and installed H.A.R.D. 2.4GHz Radio System, a H.A.R.D. JR Dual Mode ESC (with reverse), a H.A.R.D. X3 18 Turn Brushed Motor and a realistic pre-painted white body. The chassis of the vehicle is equipped with a three rubber belt system to efficiently lay down the power and high quality shock absorbers are equipped on all four corners. If you're feeling the need for speed down the road, the E4D is fully upgradable and be customized the way you want it.
The E4D is 98% factory assembled. The remaining 2% needed to get your car running is incredibly simple. No wires or soldering, just charge your 7.2V NiMH battery, get some AA batteries for the transmitter and you're ready to go! The entire car is factory assembled, saving you time, and getting you behind the trigger as quickly as possible!
- Great Value
- Three Belt Transmission
- Narrow Chassis & Low CG Design
- Centralized Motor & Battery Design
- Durable High Quality Shock Absorbers
- Rubber Belts
- Flying Wing Suspension Arm
- Front & Rear Aluminum 7075 Universal Drive Shaft
- Front & Rear Ball Differential (Quick Release Design)
- Lightweight Nylon Pulley
- Fully Upgradable
- Fine Mounted Rubber Tires
- H.A.R.D. 2.4GHz Radio System
- H.A.R.D. JR Dual Mode ESC (w/reverse)
- H.A.R.D. X3 Motor
- Realistic Pre-Painted 190mm Drift Car Body
Width: 186-193mm adjustable
Drive ratio: 2.059
Caster block: 6 degree
Needed To Complete:
- 7.2V 6-Cell NiMH Battery Pack
- Compatible Battery Charger
- (4) "AA" Transmitter Batteries
This product was added to our catalog on March 19, 2013.