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    MCD W5 MAX Ultimate Short Course Truck


    53HRA

    Ultimate Short Course Truck

     

    The W5 Max is now available in the ultimate version.The new RR5 CF Ultimate carries all of the alloy upgrade parts that are developed by the MCD Racing Engineering Department. The parts were used and tested by MCD Racing Team Drivers during many races including the Euro Championships!

     

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    Features:

    • Top of the line competition off-road Short Course Truck
    • Easy assembly/dis-assembly
    • Easy maintenance
    • Centralized and compacted parts layout on chassis
    • Elite racing design ultra-durable high performance parts
    • Fifth generation MCD chassis & suspension arms
    • Sophisticated full-time 4WD Shaft Driven mechanics
    • Ultra strengthened chrome drive shaft and axle
    • Easy gear mesh system
    • Easily removable one-piece electronics tray
    • CNC machined, anodized light-weight 7075 T6 aircraft alloy chassis
    • Strengthened long wishbones
    • Solid and durable side guards
    • Easily removable composite front, rear and center diff houses
    • Ultra durable front and rear adjustable brake system
    • Rear-brake only servo slot
    • 5mm light-weight 7075 air craft alloy front and rear towers
    • Optimized multiple shock mounting holes
    • Coil-over extended alloy shock absorbers with High Pressurized Cell™ System
    • Ultra hardened steel transmission gears
    • Double ball bearing anti-roll bars
    • No-Stress-Effect polyamide front and rear bumper
    • Ultra durable steel ball cup-joints
    • Super-Cooling V5 air ventilation system
    • Viper Racing Air Filters with dual layer foam and thermoplastic hose
    • Barracuda G performance exhaust
    • Adjustable CG
    • Adjustable weight distribution
    • Molded fuel tank with shake absorbing separators
    • Front/rear/central 90˚ ramp self locking diffs
    • Ultra rigid roll cage
    • Fully composite body accessories
    • Drive and shock shaft boots

     

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    Source: MCD :) 



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     Always dubious when the term alloy is used rather than what it consists of. Might as well say it's made of random metals melted down together.

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    Have to say, they make them look nice without a body on... Then they get Stevie Wonder to design the body! :lol:

    Why is MCDs main goal to make the overall trucks look as cheap and nasty as possible :(

    £800 for a Losi 5ive-B/T... £2,300 for this or the buggy, you do have to question anyone who would choose this.

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    I saw a tricked out Mcdonald rr5 I think and wow it looked impressive but the guy told me just about everything was optional and very expensive. 

     

    This looks ace but yeah  after looking at race ready go karts 270cc ect selling for afew hundred used. 

     

    Or better yet driftworks forum sale page lol. that really puts rc prices into perspective. 

     

    3 grand is a magazine cover build known to the drift world pumping 500bhp with skyline written on the back.  

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    4 hours ago, mond said:

     Always dubious when the term alloy is used rather than what it consists of. Might as well say it's made of random metals melted down together.

     

    7075 grade according to the blurb on Rossmods. 

     

    Too expensive and fugly for me....

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    Question is. .will it need any thing  out the box :yes:...as every other rc do:rolleyes:.....regardless of price :lol:

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