Reviews for XTM Racing XT2e 1/8 Brushless RTR Electric Buggy w/Airtronics MX-Sport 2.4Ghz Radio [XTM145626]

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rob shumway
Verified Owner
Friday, May 25 2012 (about 4 years ago)
XTM Racing XT2e 1/8 Brushless RTR Electric Buggy w/Airtronics MX-Sport 2.4Ghz Radio
This buggy flies!!!! I got it for christmas and had to wait for good weather,but when I got into the dirt I was amazed at how quick it is! My friends were too! Front a-arms are weak but there is a hop-up for them on youtube. With that out of the way this buggy is very durable.Have jumped it and bashed it.My friend has a Vorza and we speed tested both buggies with a radar gun-he was amazed when I pulled a wheelie at 30 MPH!!! For the price this is a great vehicle-hopups are limited but a lot of fun on the track!!!!
Nick McMurtrie
Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 11 2013 (about 3 years ago)
XTM Racing XT2e 1/8 Brushless RTR Electric Buggy w/Airtronics MX-Sport 2.4Ghz Radio
This buggy is great! I ordered it for $330 (+$90 shipping because I live near Adelaide, SA, Australia) and within a week and a half it arrived in the mail. Waited for some batteries, and I was off! Well, I did have to do some soldering as the battery connectors were 4mm bullets and the connectors on the ESC were both 4mm males, but after that, it flew! Even with 1 2s Lipo, it went pretty fast! Have used it and bashed it quite a lot along with some fairly amazing crashes and so far its holding it's own. With the tyres and the overall design and components, it's better for bashing than racing, but with a couple of modifications, you could get it into racing condition. The Remote is great, and can be used on multiple RC's, and it drifts like a king! People have said that the fron A-Arms are weak, and the ESC placement is bad, so be wary of that, and the spoiler also isn't that strong, have cracked it all ready. The only real annoyance of this car is that my front left tyre keeps coming undone, it's happened about 5-6 times so far, but I think that is just a fluke. Take care of it, and you will enjoy it! One more thing, you will need to find battery's that fit into the battery boxes, I use the Gens Ace 5000mah 2s 40c 7.4v hard-case LiPo pack, and it fits perfectly. Would highly recommend it for this car. Comes with a pair of 4mm female bullets and some tools. Also, as this is my first RC car, and I have a YouTube channel, I'm going to be doing a lot of videos on this, so if you need any help, leave a comment on one of my videos. YouTube: InstinctRC
Phillip Wozniak
Wednesday, Jul 20 2011 (about 5 years ago)
XTM Racing XT2e 1/8 Brushless RTR Electric Buggy w/Airtronics MX-Sport 2.4Ghz Radio
Do not be afraid to buy this buggy. Parts are a little expensive but they are worth it. I owned two of these until I got into racing. I tried racing the buggy but I think it is more at home bashing and full speed runs IMO. Hands down a great deal for the money and the radio is excellent. I kept the radio out of one kit so I could use it for future buggies and I have this radio on all my cars which is about 8 and counting. Anyway do not be afraid of XTM they are good just not exploited as much. For $350 it is a win win.