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Redcat Racing Blackout SC PRO 1/10 Scale Brushless Electric Short Course Truck with Waterproof Electronics Vehicle, Red
- Electric Brushless Electric Brushless KV3800 Motor, Four Wheel Drive, Heat Sink, and Waterproof Brushless ESC
- Oil Filled Adjustable Shocks
- Forward and Reverse ESC
- 7.4v 3200mAh LIPO Battery & Charger Included
- Radio requires 8 AA Batteries (Not Included)
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|Item Dimensions||17.5 x 11 x 5.5 in||17.5 x 11 x 5.5 in||17.5 x 11 x 5.5 in||15.75 x 12.25 x 7.5 in||15.75 x 12.25 x 7.5 in||19 x 16.75 x 6.75 in|
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Are you ready for an adrenaline explosion? Fast and powerful, the Blackout SC PRO is equipped with a powerful KV3800 brushless electric motor, with heat sink, and forward/reverse ESC. Ready to run out of the box, the Blackout SC PRO is eager to heat up the neighborhood. Complete with LIPO battery and charger, this short course truck has everything needed to get started. Shaft driven 4WD provides you with the necessary traction to maneuver the toughest obstacles and the forward/reverse ESC is beneficial in navigating tight spots. Lightweight plastic chassis, four oil filled adjustable coil over shocks, and independent suspension offer rock solid performance as the soft compound short course truck tires leave disaster in their wave. Fear not! A 2.4GHz radio system and waterproof electronics ensure control, for those who dare to unleash the power of the Blackout.
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Here are the part numbers you'll need for the steering horn change out, which you can by on Amazon:
Redcat Racing part #02072 which is the Horn for $3.89
Redcat Racing part #02095 which is the short screws for the new horn for $3.89
Installation was a breeze, but call Redcat directly if you need excellent installation help.
Here's what you should know...
Steering servo is a little weak, as is the case with every RTR I've ever purchased. Not a big deal. It's not horribly weak, just a tiny bit.
The shock oil is way too heavy out of the box. Almost no movement dropping from 12", so I changed that to 30w and its made all the difference.
Wheelbase is about an inch shorter than my ProSC 4x4 which makes it a bit squirrelly, but that's part of the fun. You have to pay attention.
It's fast. Easily as fast as my ProSC and the battery seems to be pretty decent. Lasts about 20-25 minutes all out.
The wheels, IMO, are appalling, but it is an RTR so I can't expect much.
The tires...meh, I don't think they grip very well. They're pretty hard so I wouldn't expect them to.
The bumpers are pretty much useless. They don't stick out enough to protect anything, which means your body is going to get beat up pretty quickly.
The servo saver is garbage. It's too weak to return the wheels to center. That's not an issue with the servo, mind you. I changed the servo saver and the problem was solved. I used a Traxxas saver because I had one sent to me by mistake and it was laying around. Problem solved.
All in all, even considering what was put in, this is a great truck. Now that it's running the way I want it to, I couldn't imagine why you'd want to spend more on something else. Keep in mind that I've been in this hobby for about 20 years so I'm a bit particular. Some of you might not even notice these issues. I got the same radio that came with my Gen 7 Pro and it works just as good as any. I got this on sale for $225. I spent $30 on wheels and tires from ebay/amazon. The servo saver was $6. Shock oil I had, but that's $4. I made my own bumpers from a sheet of 1/8" thick kydex. That was $8. Total $275 for a truck that flies and handles really well. See pics for changes.