TYCO R/C Stunt Psycho Vehicle - Red
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- Get ready for insane multi-terrain stunts
- Vehicles that perform twisted tornadoes
- Capable of doing wacked out wheelies and crazy flips
- Light-up eyes help navigate the terrain
- Controller puts you in full control of the stunting action
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Designed for ages eight and up, the Stunt Psycho vehicle performs flips, wheelies, spins and more. View larger.
While you're not behind the driver's seat, the transmitter puts you in full control of this stunt vehicle. Two driving controls that slide forward and backward are all it takes to propel and tweak the Stunt Psycho through its tricks. The left and right buttons each control only the wheels on their side, allowing you to make quick turns and high-speed tornado spins. Sliding both controls at once sets the Psycho going fast in forward or reverse -- and even faster when you press the yellow turbo button on the top right of the remote controller.
With a durable, hard plastic body, and fast-spinning, flexible wheels, this remote-control vehicle is built to handle multi-terrain stunts. A low-to-the-ground design and wings on top help the Stunt Psycho turn flips, spin, and keep its balance when popping wheelies. Made with a monster look, the Stunt Psycho has light-up eyes to assist you in navigating the terrain.
Turn Tricks From the Get-Go
Losing control is part of the enjoyment of the Stunt Psycho. It's easy to begin flipping the vehicle without really trying. The car sometimes gets stuck upside down and you have to turn it over by hand. Most of the time -- with enough space -- driving it in the opposite direction, and then quickly reversing it, will fix the problem.
Performing a tornado spin is a two-step process. You first need to pop a wheelie -- get the vehicle to stand on its back two wheels -- before getting the Stunt Psycho to spin. With some time and practice, anyone can become an expert at all the moves.
While this vehicle is made to handle indoor and outdoor terrains, it works best on firm, flat surfaces, like wood, carpet, and cement. The Stunt Psycho should not be driven through water, sand, or snow. The vehicle should be switched off when you're done playing, and remove the batteries from the remote when not in use.
What's in the Box
Remote-control vehicle (red) and transmitter/controller.
The light-up eyes enhances the monster look, but this features delivers double-duty and helps you navigate terrain in the dark.
Top Customer Reviews
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't review products often, but I always appreciate others! My son got this from Santa and absolutely loves it! Read morePublished on December 26, 2011 by Erica
I bought this for my 8 yr. old who is having a blast with it! Works great indoors and out!Published on December 4, 2011 by MN mom
I splurged and purchased this product for the rough and tumble boys in our AfterSchool program. They are having a ton of fun with it (the girls, too!). Read morePublished on April 29, 2011 by asis
Awesome fun, Go go go , flip turn, lots of fun. I bought three, my two grandson's,8 & 11, and one for me. Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by Dozer
Good power, nice and fun for the kids. Seems durable enough. Good traction in grass, dirt and gravel. My kids like making it spin and do tricks.Published on January 16, 2011 by hootenanny
My 5 year old son loves this thing. We purchased the NiMH battery which lasts a long time on a charge and has a lot of power! Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by L. Flanigan