Vaterra 2015 K&N Ford Mustang Drift V100 RTR

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The Vaterra 2015 K&N Ford Mustang Drift will take you to the edge, and let you drive right past it. Abandon the security of traction and flick your ride sideways through the curves using nothing more than raw horsepower and gut instinct. You too can experience the rush of drifting with Vaterra's detailed RC version of the K&N Mustang GT. It comes out of the box ready to run with a potent Dynamite power system and special drift tires that let you slide your ride like a pro! You can even trick it out with aluminum option parts and different wheels, all sold separately.

Officially Licensed K&N Ford® Mustang® Body
This incredibly detailed body comes with the same trim scheme as the full-scale K&N Mustang GT. It includes extra scale touches like side view mirrors, chrome exhaust tips and a realistic looking rear wing.

Versatile V100-S Chassis
The V100-S chassis gives you a balanced, neutral handling car that’s fun to drive and easy to drift. Its universal body mounts allow you to use bodies from other Vaterra vehicles with a V100-series chassis or 1/10-scale bodies from other manufacturers. You can also choose from a wide array of upgrade options for everything from the suspension to the power system.

Shaft-Driven 4WD
The shaft-driven 4WD delivers excellent traction on paved surfaces and superb drift control when sliding through corners at full throttle. The differentials are sealed against the elements and can be tuned for a variety of running conditions.

Low-Profile Drift Tires on Licensed Volk Wheels
The specially molded drift tires are mounted on licensed, 54mm replicas of Volk CE28N wheels. Brake and caliper details on the hub add to the realism. The rear tires have a bit more meat than the fronts for better drift performance and a little more attitude.

Waterproof Electronics
The car is equipped with a waterproof receiver, speed control and steering servo for driving in the real world, where roads get wet and the weather is often less than perfect.


  • Officially licensed 2015 K&N Ford® Mustang® GT body
  • Drift-ready, right out of the box
  • Versatile, neutral handling V100-S chassis
  • Shaft-driven 4WD with sealed differentials
  • Low-profile drift tires on licensed Volk CE28N wheels
  • Realistic brake disc and caliper details
  • Potent Dynamite® power system
  • 2.4GHz radio system with batteries
  • Waterproof ESC, receiver and steering servo
  • Dynamite 15-turn brushed motor
  • Includes Dynamite 7.2V 1800mAh Ni-MH battery
  • Includes Dynamite 200mAh 9V AC charger
  • Compatible with AVC technology

Vehicle Type: Drift Car
Completion Level: Ready-To-Run
Size/Scale: 1/10
Length: 14.85 in (371mm)
Width: 7.76 in (194mm) with 30mm Rear tires
Height: 4.4 in (112mm)
Weight: 3.875 lbs (1.76kg)
Ground Clearance: 0.25 in (6mm)
Wheelbase: 10.25 in (256mm)
Chassis: Injection Molded
Suspension: Independent
Shock Type: Injection Molded Friction
Drivetrain: 4WD shaft drive
Differential: Bevel Gear
Wheel Type: Licensed 54mm Volk CE28N
Wheel Diameter: 2.16 in (54mm)
Wheel Width: 1.05 in (26mm) & 1.2 in (30mm)
Tire Tread: Slick Drift
Tire Diameter: 2.68 in (67mm)
Motor Type: Brushed
Motor Size: 540
Pinion: 22T
Spur Gear: 77T
Gear Pitch: 48-Pitch
Internal Gear Ratio: 3.5:1
Final Drive Ratio: 2.66:1
Speed Control: Included
Radio: 2 Channel DSM Transmitter
Servos: Included
Batteries: 1800mAh Ni-Mh 6-cell Flat w/EC3
Charger: NiMh AC Charger
Body: Polycarbonate Painted
Ball Bearings: Complete Drivetrain
Approximate Assembly Time: No assembly required

Needed To Complete:
  • Nothing – Everything you need to get started is in the box!

This product was added to our catalog on April 11, 2016