Rc Survivor Series St Racing Truck - Blue
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Rc Survivor Series St Racing Truck - Blue

This insanely fast RC Racing Truck has a cool blue racing chassis and proportional control

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Get ready to tear off the tarmac and dominate any off-road terrain with this hard wearing RC racing truck. This thing is built for rough action, with independent spring suspension on all wheels, deep grip tyres and a lightweight protective blue body that's both fierce and functional! What's more, the motor features proportional steering and acceleration allowing even greater control for finer manoeuvring.

Using the pro-style pistol grip controller, a slight feathering of the trigger causes the car to creep forward at a cautious pace, meaning you can roll up to the start line or navigate a particularly treacherous obstacle. But give it a full-on squeeze and you'll send the car racing into the distance at a blistering pace, leaving the competition scrambling for second place. This hobby grade remote control truggy is an excellent racer that runs on the 2.4G operating frequency for an increased control range and the ability to drive alongside other cars without interference.
  • Remote control racing truck
  • Designed for off-road racing
  • Full front and rear independent spring suspension
  • Proportional drive and steering
  • Lightweight racing body
  • Operates on 2.4G frequency
  • Rechargeable batteries with mains charger
  • Requires 2 x AA batteries
  • Truggy 37cm long

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  • How long does the battery take to charge and how long does it last for once fully charged?

    A full charge takes approximately two hours with a run time of around 8 minutes. Hope that helps!

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  • What type of battery do they have and how long do they run on a full charge? How long does it take to charge the battery?

    The car has two 3.7V 850mAh Li-PO batteries that take roughly 90 minutes to two hours to charge, and the transmitter requires a pair of standard AA batteries. The run time of the car when fully charged is around 8 minutes. Hope that helps!

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  • Where can I get spare parts from as the front bottom off-side ball joint has broken.Many thanks.

    Please email [email protected] and our team will see what they can do to help.

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Rc Survivor Series St Racing Truck - BlueRc Survivor Series St Racing Truck - Blue
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