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Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega 1/10 Short Course Truck RTR (Red/Black) w/TTX300 2.4GHz Radio System

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The Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega Short Course Truck is fast and fully equipped. The 2S LiPo-compatible Senton 4x4 Mega RTR arrives ready-to-bash in all terrain. A MEGA 12T motor makes it easy to reach maximum speeds. Waterproof electronics make it ready-to-run in any type of weather. dBoots Fortress tires make it possible to conquer any surface. The included Tactic TTX300 transmitter delivers the ultimate in precise control. Precision aluminum, super-tough steel and composite materials, all combined in an easy-to-maintain vehicle design that is built for action, straight from the box. Your GRANITE 4x4 MEGA has full-scale Monster Truck looks and will launch you straight into the dirt-blasting, rock-crushing fun. Just add 4 AA batteries and get bashing.


  • Tactic TTX300 3-channel transmitter
  • MEGA 12T brushed 550 motor
  • Electronics module with MEGA 35A ESC, ADS-5 steering servo and Tactic TR326 receiver
  • Easy-access drivetrain
  • Fixed length upper links
  • Servo horn with built-in servo saver
  • Power module with pinion indicators
  • Internal metal diff gears
  • 8.4V 7-cell 2400mAh NiMH battery
  • ADC-N7 7-cell NiMH wall charger
  • dBoots Fortress MT tires
  • Multi-spoke wheels
  • Oil-filled shocks
  • Extended height dirt defenders
  • Chassis height side rails
  • Full set of ball bearings
  • If powering the vehicle with a 2S LiPo battery, the jumper on the ESC MUST be set to LiPo mode. Face the side of the ESC with the Battery Mode Indication Sticker Place the jumper across the center and left pins when viewing this sticker.
  • Some aftermarket batteries may require the removal of the Battery Mounting Block for proper fit. This can be accomplished by removing the 3x12mm screw that threads through the chassis and mounting block.
Length: 22" (558mm)
Width: 11.7" (298mm)
Height: 8.2" (208mm)
Weight: 6.3lbs (2.9kg)
Ground Clearance: 1.26" (32mm)
Max Battery Dimensions: 6.14 x 2.01 x 1.89" (156 x 51 x 48mm with battery mounting block removed)

This product was added to our catalog on November 21, 2017

John Thomas
Average Rating: 5
Wednesday, Mar 21 2018 (about a year ago)
Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega 1/10 Short Course Truck RTR (Red/Black)
Super truck! See video link below. I got this one and also the Granite 4x4. I love the design and how they made this truck different than the others on the market. I ran this at the track and few other places as well! Held up good! I also ran a BL system in here...and guess help up!

Video link
Average Rating: 1
Friday, Jun 14 2019 (4 weeks ago)
Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega 1/10 Short Course Truck RTR (Red/Black)
Shock leak oil to the point of being mostly useless. Power system is far too weak for the truck. It needs a brushless system and you’ll easily put $150 or more into making it brushless spec. If you need a beginner truck, get one of the cheap brushed traxxas models, at least those can handle brushless with at most a driveshaft upgrade, these need new slippers motor mounts differentials and Input Gears. This version of the truck simply should not exist at all now.
Chris Morrison
Average Rating: 3
Monday, Dec 31 2018 (6 months ago)
Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega 1/10 Short Course Truck RTR (Red/Black)
Truck has been great but hit a few small puddles running around the house with it and it quit working. Steering still works but no forward movement, so much for being fully water proofed.
Nick Kostur
Average Rating: 5
Friday, Oct 19 2018 (9 months ago)
Arrma Senton 4x4 Mega 1/10 Short Course Truck RTR (Red/Black)
Great truck for beginners! this truck has a lot of pros vs cons. drives smooth out the box. does about 23mph on a 2s lipo. only issues i had were leaky rear shock and rocks tend to get stuck in the chassis and sometimes lock up the steering.