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Start with your favorite scale trail chassis, the Axial SCX10 II. Top it off with your choice of body, tires, and wheels. Now you've got a custom scaler with proven performance and a look that's all yours: the Axial SCX10 II Raw Builder's Kit!
OTHER:Start with your favorite scale trail chassis ‘ the Axial¨ SCX10ª II. Top it off with your choice of body, tires, and wheels. Now you've got a custom rig with proven performance and a look that's all yours: the Axial SCX10 II Raw Builder's Kit! In 2008 Axial introduced its first SCX10 as a builder's kit that avoided the technical hurdles of scratch-building. Scale trail enthusiasts could focus their attention on other things, like visually personalizing their rig. The SCX10 chassis platform proved to be a highly effective driving machine. Standout features included an all-metal twin C-channel frame, solid transmission, and axles with realism and capabilities to match. With the SCX10 II, Axial kept the essence of the SCX10 and its metal frame rail chassis, but added scale AR44ª high pinion axles, a chassis-mounted servo, redesigned transmission, front mounted battery tray, all aluminum suspension links, suspension designed for nearly zero bump steer, and more. These are some of the features that make the SCX10 II optimized for performance. Now, with the Raw Builder's Kit version, you can drive a machine that's as personal as it is capable!
You will need...
(2) 2-3S LiPo Batteries OR (1) 4-6S LiPo Battery with XT90 Connectors Suitable LiPo Charger Your choice of 1/10 scale body, tires, and wheels. (4) AA Batteries What's in the box?
- TypeSCX10 Chassis Vehicle
- Length19.25 in (489mm)
- Width8.9 in (226mm)
- Height9.4 in (239.4mm)
- Ground Clearance3.0 in (77mm)
- Wheelbase11.4 in (287mm) or 12.0 in (304.8mm) or 12.3 in (312.4mm)
- Weight4.0 lb (1.81kg)
- ChassisSCX10, C-Channel Steel
- SuspensionSolid Axle
- Gear Pitch32 Pitch
- Kit/RTR Kit
- Shock Type Coil-Over 2.4 - 3.5 in (61-90mm)
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