Venom Power Creeper Safari 1/10th Competition RTR Rock Crawler (Green)

Venom Power Creeper Safari 1/10th Competition RTR Rock Crawler (Green)
Discontinued Online
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This is the Venom Creeper Safari 1/10th Competition RTR Rock Crawler. First made popular as a competition rock crawler kit, the Venom Creeper has been transformed into a ready to run platform with the new Safari body, perfect for the first time RC Enthusiast while still possessing all the great features of the original Creeper Kit. The Creeper Safari RTR includes the DIG Unit pre-installed and powered by a powerful 35T 550 brushed motor. New body mounting posts are included to mount almost any body along with front and rear bumpers to complete the scale realism.

  • Pre-painted Safari Polycarbonate Body
  • Front and Rear Locking Differentials
  • Beadlox 2.2in Crawling Wheels
  • Ridge Line 2.2in Competition Crawler Tires
  • Memory Foam Inserts
  • 40 Degrees of Steering Deflection
  • Over 70 Degrees of Suspension Articulation
  • Internal Anti-roll Springs
  • True Triangulated 4-Link Suspension
  • Sealed Gear Box
  • Factory Installed DIG Unit
  • VC Drive System
  • Centered Drive Line
  • Scale chassis and body post set

Length: 18.75 in. (476mm)
Height: 10.12 in. (275mm)
Wheelbase: 12.5 in. (317.5mm)
Tire Dims: 127 x 55  R2.2
Weight: 5 lb (2.27 kg)
Radio: VR3T 3Ch 27mhz FM Transmitter and Receiver
Steering Servo: 1825 High Torque Steering Servo
DIG Servo: 8270 Mini Servo
Motor: 35T 550 Brushed
ESC: 240A 1/10th Scale Brushed ESC

VSC 240 ESC Specifications:
Continuous Current: 240 Amps Forward, 160 Amps Reverse
Battery: 2 Cell LiPO/4-7 Cell NiMh
BEC: 5V/ 1A
Dimensions: 32x32x22mm
Weight: 4.5g (1.6oz)
Waterproof: Yes
Over Voltage Protection: Yes
Connector: EC3

Needed to Complete:

  • (8) AA Batteries for the transmitter
  • 2 Cell LiPO/6-7 Cell NiMh and compatible battery charger

This product was added to our catalog on December 9, 2010