Thunder Tiger Sparrowhawk XB 1/10th 4WD Off-Road Buggy RTR (Blue/White)

Thunder Tiger
TTR6536-F41
Discontinued
This item is discontinued and no longer available for purchase. You may want to search our site for a similar item.
This is the Sparrowhawk XB 1/10 4WD Electric Buggy from Thunder Tiger. Donít squirm, burn around the turns with the new Sparrowhawk XB! The Sparrowhawk XB is equipped with interchangeable front and rear steel gear differentials and ball bearing bellcranks. Combining this with an adjustable slipper clutch, full ball bearings, steel universals, and aluminum hex hubs provides optimized control and power transfer around the turns. The reinforced double deck chassis design and the factory assembled oil filled shocks makes the car stiffer and resists twisting, which allows you to challenge the most brutal off-road driving terrain. The Sparrowhawk XB RTR has the 2 Channel Jaguar Pistol Grip Radio with ESC. Not only will this car perform great, but with the pre-painted sleek body you will look great too. Always be courteous and wave good-bye when you pass your competition.

Features
  • Completely factory assembled and printed
  • Composite tub chassis w/countersunk battery tray
  • 4WD shaft driven off-road buggy
  • Front and rear universal (CVA)
  • 4 oil-filled coil over shock absorbers
  • Standard competition slipper clutch
  • Full ball bearings on axles
  • Cast aluminum motor plate and mount
  • Ultra long racing suspension arms
  • Hardened steel gear differentials
  • Race ready glued wheels and tires
  • ACE RC R/C AM 2-Channel radio gear
  • High performance electronic speed control
  • Super performance 17 Turn Sports Motor
  • Fully upgradable with hop-ups

Specifications:
Wheelbase: 10.03" (255mm)
Weight: 47.3 oz. (1340g)
Length: 15.51" (394mm)
Width: 9.784" (250mm)
Height: 5.70" (145mm)
Ground Clearance: 1" (25mm)

Required For Operation:
  • 7.2v Ni-Cd or Ni-MH Battery
  • R/C Charger for Ni-Cd or Ni-MH Battery
  • 8 AA-size Batteries for Transmitter

This product was added to our catalog on May 7, 2009.