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    53HRA

    FTX 1/10 Outback Tracker RTR Trail Crawler

    Features:

    • Servo operated 2-speed transmission
    • Portal style axles to increase ground clearance
    • Hood opens with imitation V8 engine cover underneath
    • Remote locking differentials
    • Transmission slipper
    • Metal portal, diff, pinion and transmission gears throughout
    • Aluminium piggyback shocks with semi-remote reservoir
    • 25kg metal gear steering servo
    • 20 turn 550 sized brushed motor
    • Molded inner fenders, rubber mud flaps, and side plates
    • LED light system
    • 90% Ready-To-Run
    • 6 channel radio
    •  Hobbywing WP-1060 waterproof ESC
    • Scale bumpers with fog lights
    • Positive Ackermann with steering angle of 48˚-50˚
    • Scale accessories – Roof rack, oil can, ladder, mirrors, snorkel, wipers
    • Wheelbase – 324mm
    • Gear Ratio – 26.6:1 (High), 50.4:1 (Low)
    • Tire Diameter – 120mm
    • Pricing around £499

     

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    Very nice! Crawlers arent really my thing but this looks awesome! 

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    1 hour ago, BigGinge said:


    It’s an impressive sounding feature list but that pricing is putting into full fat TRX4 territory, surely that’s going to cause them some problems trying to get people to buy one?

    Yep! It needs at least £50 knocking off 

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    WOW

     

    i love everything with this Crawler

    Anyways it is FTX

    price shoult be 425 british

    No more than 449 sterling

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    I have watched a few YT vids on the RGT branded version and its rather top heavy, this is a no from me not now not any time, as said its priced close to Traxxas

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    £500 for essentially a china special is taking the whizz, despite using decent electronics and copying the features of a TRX4. 

     

    I do like it, generally, but it needs to be at least £100 cheaper - and not by a company that has barely any parts support in the UK like RGT. 

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    36 minutes ago, PraetoR said:

    Even £400 is pushing it. Regardless of the spec, FTX will always have that "cheapy brand" reputation. £350 - £370 would be much more reasonable...

    And I still wouldn't pay that for an FTX!

     

    They should embrace their low-to-mid-tier market presence and stick with it. After all, it has been serving them very well.

    well said, they make some good value cars and should stick to that

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    £499 for a ftx. :rofl: 

     

    doesn’t that now make the Traxxas Trx4 look like a real bargain…

     

    also interested why no 1080 esc? The 1040 is ok but the 50% reverse power is as stupid as it was on the Mtronics esc’s back in the day.

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    £275 These were when Matteo's RC Movies's did the unboxing review via Aliexpress & Asiatee's in January 2022!

     

    Now CML want £499rrp for the FTX? Thats absolutely outrageous and offensive to the FTX customer base.

     

    £299-£350 Absolute tops or the money might just go to Traxxas for a TRX4 Defender etc.

     

    I Have a soft spot for FTX & RGT but this is really pushing the envelope.

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    Okay lets put this and kill the ftx of...................£499 for FTX or £499 for traxxas 2021 bronco ......................................i am not a trax fan but its a no brainer

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    Agree 100% I have the FTX Runt of the litter = Kanyon and im very sympathetic towards FTX/RGT rigs from a 'get what you pay for stand point'.

     

    But this is just a none starter at £449-499.  £299-£350 I might have pulled the trigger but for £549 I can have the TRX4 Defender = No Brainer!

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    Absima have done this trick twice already with the Sherpa & Yucatan, they are made by Yi-Kong, also Banggood rigs, re-badged and doubled the price!

     

    They think we dont notice aswel but guess what!? We do notice.

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