Thunder Tiger MT4 G3 1/8 Scale Monster Truck RTR (Red)

Thunder Tiger
TTR6401-F111
Low Price: $499.00
 
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The Thunder Tiger MT4 G3 1/8 Scale Monster Truck is powered by a high torque IBL-40/20 2000Kv brushless motor and twin battery packs. This allows the MT4 G3 to pull effortless wheelies, back flips and get huge air!

The differentials of the MT4 G3 are equipped with steel spiral bevel gears to help it handle the brutal torque of the motor, while full CVD drive shafts and high quality bearings help to deliver maximum efficiency.

The MT4 G3 rigid 3mm aluminum chassis and brace are securely mounted and the brace cover features vents to keep the batteries and electronics cool. Additionally, the ACE RC cougar 2.4GHz radio system is also included right in the box to give you long-range and reliable radio control.


Features:

  • Compatible with most ST-1 series parts
  • Heavy Duty Steel Diff Ring/ Pinion
  • Adjustable Steel Turnbuckles
  • Compact Molded Chassis Brace And Cover
  • CNC Machined Aluminum Motor Mount
  • CNC Machined Steel Pinion Gear
  • Equipped Front/Rear/Center CVD Drive Shafts
  • ACE RC Brushless Power System for 1:8 Scale Car
  • Center Drive Shaft Guard For Cable Protection
  • High Current Super Deans Plugs Included
  • Anodized Aluminum Oil-Filled Shocks
  • 17mm Aluminum Wheel Hubs
  • Rear, Center and Front Fluid Filled Differentials
  • S2008MG Metal Gear High Torque Servo For Steering

Specifications:
Wheelbase:
360mm
Weight: 4180g
Length: 532mm
Width: 434mm
Height: 240mm
Motor: IBL40/20 2000Kv brushless motor

Needed to Complete:

  • (8) AA Batteries for transmitter
  • (2) 7.4V LiPo batteries
  • LiPo Battery Charger

This product was added to our catalog on December 6, 2017