HPI_Scion_RC_Car

The Switch, HPI's first FWD car, comes with a simple but very rigid tub chassis.  All heavy items are located low on the chassis so the car corners briskly with minimum roll. FWD and a front midship motor layout give the car stable handling that's perfectly suited for parking lot racing for drivers of all levels. You don't need to be an advanced driver to enjoy the Switch!

Features:

  • Electric-Powered True Ten (Mini size) on-road car
  • Wheelbase can be adjusted from 210 or 225 to fit various mini bodies
  • Width can be adjusted between 164mm and 174mm
  • Total of 8 body mount configurations
  • Independent McPherson Strut Suspension
  • 12 ball bearings are used in the drivetrain
  • 7.2V 1500mAh rechargeable Ni-CD battery pack
  • Quick-change battery holder
  • High Torque 35T Saturn Motor
  • Front midship motor layout
  • Cam-type motor mount for easy gear mesh adjustments
  • AC Wall Charger
  • Black Chrome Wheels
  • Molded Rubber Tires
  • Steel Dogbones
  • Complete Instruction Manual
  • Available in Super White, Classic Silver Metallic and Gold Rush

Specs:

  • Length: 285mm
  • Width: 164mm (adjustable)
  • Height: 65mm
  • Weight: 1080g (body not included)
  • Wheelbase: 210 / 225mm
  • Tire Size: 60mm x 26mm


Available exclusively thru Scion Optomize

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