Losi 1/24 4WD Short Course Truck RTR (Grey/Black/Red)

Losi 1/24 4WD Short Course Truck RTR (Grey/Black/Red)
Price: $109.99
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This is the Losi 1/24 Scale, Ready-to-Run 4WD Short Course Truck. An agile 4WD drivetrain, powerful micro motor, and realistic short course details. The 1/24-scale electric RTR 4WD short course truck has it all. What’s more, it’s ready to run and comes with a rechargeable battery pack and charger! This truck is fully equipped to attack the short course. All you need to do is take it out of the box, charge the battery and let it rip.


  • Innovative Micro 4X4 Chassis
  • High-capacity 4.8V 220mAh battery pack and charger
  • 2-in-1 ESC/receiver combo unit
  • Powerful micro motor
  • Adjustable composite coil-over shocks
  • Durable, molded composite chassis
  • Shaft-driven transmission gear differential
  • Micro all-terrain short course tires
  • Simple bottom-load battery compartment
  • Threaded axles (no e-clips required)
  • Beadlock-style Short Course wheels
  • Micro steering servo
  • Side nerf bars for collision protection
  • Realistic front and rear bumper with skid plates
  • Fully decorated short course body
Type: 4WD Short Course Truck
Scale: 1/24
Length: 6.42 in (163mm)
Width: 3.72 in (94.5mm)
Weight: 5.3 oz (165g)
Chassis: Durable, molded composite
Suspension: 4-wheel Independent
Drivetrain: Shaft-driven transmission gear differential
Tire Type: SCT Tread Pattern
Motor or Engine: Powerful, Micro Motor
Radio: Losi 27MHz AM radio system
Servos: Powerful, mini steering servo
Batteries: 4.8V 220mAh NiMH
Wheel Size: 50-Series
Shock Type: Oil-filled, coil-over
Body: Fully decorated and painted

This product was added to our catalog on July 11, 2012