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    Team Associated 1/10th scaled Apex2 Hoonicorn RTR

    Features:

    • For better handling, A-arm front and rear independent suspension keeps the Hoonicorn under control during the wildest of driving conditions
    • Threaded, oil-filled shocks smooth out the bumps when ripping down the tarmac and shredding tires.
    • Active rear suspension allows the amount of toe change to be adjusted through the suspension cycle, increasing, or decreasing rear grip.
    • A sealed centre driveline keeps dirt and debris out along with bits of tire rubber for smooth and reliable power delivery.
    • The Apex2 chassis is equipped with metal ring and pinion gears for long-lasting durability that can handle tire-slaying burn-outs.
    • 2.5mm thick G10 chassis ensures that the Hoonicorn continues to "Kill All Tires" regardless of what road debris you may encounter.
    • The #30123C LiPo Combo includes a #27201 Reedy Compact Balance Charger and #758 Reedy 7.4V 2S LiPo Battery with T-plug

     

     

     

     




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    James.S

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    That's the best Hoonicorn look-a-like RC i've seen so far. I guess because it's a licensed product unlike the Banggood copies. 

    When the brushless version comes out this will be very tempting...

    Edited by James.S

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    On 27/07/2022 at 05:40, Jack Reacher said:

    looks sweet wont be cheap

    It isn't and it also isn't worth it. 

    Watched Kevin Talbot with one and honestly it was disappointing. No way I'd pay more than £100 for it from what I saw. 

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    44 minutes ago, GMballistic said:

    It isn't and it also isn't worth it. 

    Watched Kevin Talbot with one and honestly it was disappointing. No way I'd pay more than £100 for it from what I saw. 


    Yeah I saw that video - it didn’t impress. 
     

    Tomley RC had a different take on it though. He said he liked it because of the way it looked and that it was a licensed product. In the same way that we all have our preferred clothing brands etc. 

     

    Not sure I entirely agree that a poor performing car is “worth it” because it’s licensed, but it was an interesting view on it. And probably a view that a lot of people will share (even if they don’t say it out loud). I don’t think they’ll have any problems selling a car with Hoonigan stickers all over it. 
     

    And to be fair it looks cool as F

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