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Helion Conquest 10MT XLR Brushless 1/10 RTR 2WD Electric Monster Truck w/2.4GHz Radio, Battery & Charger

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The Helion Conquest 10MT XLR is a 2WD, all-weather, all-terrain Mountain Truck thatís as happy backyard bashing as it is leaping off ramps, scorching through scree, or performing long rubber-burning wheelies. Not until you take a closer look will you appreciate the finer points of the rigid, workmanlike, composite chassis, the robust independent suspension and oil-filled, coil-over shocks, the fully enclosed spur gear housing that hides an adjustable slipper clutch, the authentic high-grip, long-wear, V-tread tires and the durable high torque servo.

But thatís not the whole story. Like all top-end RC trucks weíve made a point of providing stand-alone electronic components to keep maintenance simple and cost effective, weíve also thrown in a Helion 2000mAh 7.2V rechargeable NiMH battery and, as if thatís not enough, itís all supported by a high performance 3625 3300Kv brushless motor, Helion 50 amp ESC and IKONNIKís ET-3 radio with rock-solid Krypton 2.4GHz protocol. Thatís quite a package and at such an attractive price you can relax and drive it like you stole itÖ Which, to be fair, you almost did.

Helion Brushless Power System
Equipped with a high-performance Helion 3625 3300kV brushless motor and 50 amp all-weather ESC, you can be assured of speed and acceleration no matter what the conditions. Once youíve mastered driving with the included 7.2V NiMH battery you can upgrade to a 3S LiPo and unleash the full potential of the 10MT XLR.

In-Depth Features:

  • IKONNIK ET3 Transmitter:
    • 2.4GHz operation avoids conflicts with other users.
    • Easily pairs with IKONNIK Krypton (Kr) protocol radio systems.
    • Low voltage warning.
    • Switched third channel.
    • Ergonomic grip, trigger and steering wheel.
    • Steering dual rate.
    • End point adjustment.
  • Ready To Run: The Conquest 10MT XLR is supplied 100% factory assembled and ready to run. Included is a brushless power system, IKONNIK ET3 3-channel 2.4GHz Tx, 7.2V 2000mAh NiMH battery and AC mains charger. All you need to complete is 4 ĎAAí batteries for the transmitter.
  • Non-integrated Electronics: In tandem with higher spec RC buggies, individual electronic components (steering servo, receiver and speed controller) keep spares costs low and increase upgrade / tuning options.
  • Dust Cover: When youíre out bashing and scribing doughnuts in the dirt youíll really appreciate the extra protection provided by the MTís close-fitting dust cover.
  • Slipper Clutch: Hidden behind the enclosed and protected spur gear is a fully adjustable slipper clutch that eliminates unnecessary loading and wear in the drivetrain and rear suspension.
  • Adjustable Suspension: Anodized aluminum caps add a touch of class to the large, adjustable oil-filled coil-over shocks that help keep you in complete control over the roughest off-road conditions.

Specifications:
Motor:
3300kV brushless
ESC: 50A brushed
Battery: 2000mAh 7.2V 6-cell rechargeable NiMH
Gear Pitch: 48P
Wheels: 12mm Hex
Length: 480mm (18.9in)
Height: 180mm (7.1in)
Width: 330mm (13.0in)
Wheelbase: 282mm (11.1in)
Weight (approx): 2.36Kg (5.2lbs)
Pair with: IKONNIK Krypton protocol

Includes:

  • Conquest 10MT XLR
  • ET3 3-channel 2.4GHz transmitter
  • 2000mAh 6-cell 7.2V rechargeable NiMH battery
  • Mains battery charger
  • Quick-Start Guide

Needed to Complete:

  • (4) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)

This product was added to our catalog on December 13, 2018