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    ARRMA 1/8 Infraction 4X4 3S BLX Resto-Mod RTR

    Features:

    • Two matte and gloss effect print scheme choices
    • Brushless-ready transmission includes strong, metal-geared diffs
    • dBoots Hoons Elevens tires mounted on tough, gunmetal colored wheels
    • Roof skids and roll bars for body protection
    • Tunable high downforce wing
    • Front and rear sway bars
    • Large front foam bumper integrates with body
    • Spektrum Firma 3660 3900kV brushless motor
    • Large rear diffuser reduces turbulence and drag
    • Threaded oil-filled shocks for easy ride height adjustment
    • Spektrum 2.4GHz DX3 Smart DSMR transmitter
    • Spektrum Firma 100A Smart ESC with IC5 connectors
    • 2-year limited warranty

     

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    Kinda cute actually. Bit on the steep side (£430 i think), but good alternative for people that can't store 1/7th. Part of the reason why i got rid of my Felony - just sucks that these don't have the handbrake.

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    Not the Felony, it sucks that the small Infraction doesn't have it. I got rid of my Felony because at the time my storage had a DBXL-E 2.0 and the X-Maxx already plus a few 1/8th. 

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    I might actually get one, need to see a few videos of course but in general i'd like a drifty basher for tarmac. The Typhon 6s on street tyres is fun, but makes only so much sense. 

     

    The original Infraction/Felony are too big, no space for that anymore - this might fit the bill if it turns out proper. I don't think there's much other stuff in this kind of catergory (size)?

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    Made my mind up. I'll wait until reviews come out to see if something's majorly wrong with them, or if they're solid - if they're solid, it's the next purchase. Yeah, they're slightly overpriced, but i am getting tired of running buggies on road tyres for tarmac bashing, this would sort it. It'll also sort my traction roll issue with my buggies, getting back to a bit of drifting for the first time in like a decade's gonna be fun too. 

     

    Bit gutted about the handbrake, but maybe someone at some point's gonna offer a kit, who knows. 

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    Love the look of these! I'd be tempted, but I have way too much to pay for, right now!

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    Ooh, now I wonder if those wheels/tyres will work on the Traxxas rally??

     

    very nice looking truck though :good:

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    Yeah.. love it. Already half way through the tyres though, lol.

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    I have to say that does look very nice.  Are the stock tyres suitable for a bit of drifting /  4 wheel drift tomfoolery or are they just too sticky?

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    Be interested to hear how many packs it goes through before you need new tyres.

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    m4inbrain

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    2 hours ago, bertberr said:

    I have to say that does look very nice.  Are the stock tyres suitable for a bit of drifting /  4 wheel drift tomfoolery or are they just too sticky?

     

    They are absolutely amazing for drift tomfoolery, that's all i did today lol. They're quite weird, they're pretty sticky if you drive normal, but if you stab the throttle in a corner it comes around immediately and you can hold it nicely. It's super easy too, compared to my original actual drift RC.

     

    After the first 140C 5500mah pack:

     

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    That was on particularly bad asphalt though, ours outside the door is rough af. I got roughly 30 minutes of driving out of it, my guess would be that those will last around 5-10 driving hours? 

     

    edit: i will say that after a particularly long drift, you can smell the burnt rubber.. My neighbour loved that one in particular lol.

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