Losi Desert Buggy DB XL-E 2.0 8S 1/5 RTR 4WD Electric Buggy (Losi) w/DX2E Radio, Smart ESC & AVC

Losi Desert Buggy DB XL-E 2.0 8S 1/5 RTR 4WD Electric Buggy (Losi)
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The Losi Desert Buggy DBXL-E 2.0 1/5 RTR 4WD Electric Buggy continues to build on the DBXL-E reputation with a model that delivers heart pounding performance and speed, in a platform that is cleaner and easier to use. At home in any environment from dirt to pavement, wet or dry, especially with its 4WD drivetrain with larger 5mm drive pins, the desert buggy makes sure all the power is put to the ground. Drivers stay in control with a DX2E Active transmitter, a Spektrum SR6100AT 6 Channel AVC Telemetry Surface Receiver, and scale-to-size Maxxis Creepy Crawler LT tires.

This desert buggy features all the technological advances drivers demand including the Spektrum Firma 160 Amp Brushless SMART ESC and Spektrum Firma 4-Pole 780Kv Brushless Motor allowing you to hit 50+ MPH with an 8 cell LiPo battery. Finally, the DBXL-E 2.0 is available with a Losi or Fox Shox race-inspired motorsports themed livery for that true off-road look. You get all this and more from the brand that represents the pinnacle of performance.



  • Spektrum™ Firma® 160 Amp Brushless SMART ESC
  • Spektrum Firma 4-Pole 780Kv Brushless Motor
  • Spektrum DX2E Active™ radio system with AVC® and new SR6100AT Receiver
  • Spektrum S906 1/5th scale metal gear servo
  • Waterproof Components
  • Aluminum Shock Towers
  • Aluminum Center Diff Cup
  • Redesigned Radio Tray designed for use with single or dual steering servos.
  • Redesigned Heavy Duty Drivetrain with 5mm drive pins
  • Redesigned Electric Chassis specific chassis braces for increased durability and strength
  • Redesigned ESC Mount
  • Pinned Center Outdrive Cups
  • Redesigned Gearboxes for improved drivetrain strength and stability
  • Redesigned Steering Rack with helical servo saver design
  • Updated Front and Rear Bulkheads
  • Maxxis Creepy Crawler LT Tires
  • Losi and Fox Shox race-inspired Motorsports themed livery
  • Laser Etched FOX Logo Shock Caps
  • Roof-mounted LED bar
Approximate Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Ball Bearings: Full set
Batteries: Sold separately
Body: Screen printed polycarbonate panels
Brakes: Integrated with ESC
Charger: Sold separately
Chassis: 0.16" (4mm) thick 6061-T6 aluminum w/stiffening plate
Completion Level: Ready-To-Run
Differential: Bevel gear, sealed, oil-filled
Drivetrain: 4WD Shaft Drive
Final Drive Ratio: 12.82:1
Gear Pitch: 1.5 Module
Ground Clearance: 2.75" (552mm)
Height: 12.5" (317mm)
Internal Gear Ratio: 3.33:1
Length: 33.25" (844mm)
Max Battery Dimensions: L x W x H: 6.5 x 2 x 0.87" (165 x 52 x 22mm)
Motor Size: 56113 4-pole 780Kv
Motor Type: Firma 780Kv non-sensored brushless
Pinion: 13T
Radio: Spektrum DX2E Active
Servos: Spektrum S906 1/5 scale metal gear, high-torque, high voltage waterproof steering servo
Shock Type: Oil-filled, aluminum body
Size/Scale: 1/5
Speed Control: Firma 160A w/IC5 Battery Connector
Spur Gear: 50T
Suspension: Independent
Tire Diameter: 7.7" (196mm)
Tire Tread: Maxxis Creepy Crawler LT
Vehicle Type: Desert Buggy
Water-Resistant: Yes
Weight: 28.3 lbs (12.8kg) w/o batteries, 30.5 lbs (13.8kg) w/batteries
Wheel Diameter: 4.5" (115mm) measured at center
Wheel Hex Size: 24mm Hex
Wheel Type: Beadlock
Wheel Width: 3.0" (76mm)
Wheelbase: 21.75" (552mm)
Width: 19.5" (495mm)

  • (1) Losi® DBXL-E 2.0 Desert Buggy
  • (1) Spektrum Firma® 160 Amp Brushless Smart ESC
  • (1) Spektrum Firma 4-Pole 780Kv Brushless Motor
  • (1) Spektrum DX2E Active Transmitter
  • (4) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)
  • (1) User Manual
Needed to Complete:
  • (2) 14.8V 5000mAh 4S 50C or 100C Hardcase LiPo w/EC5 or IC5 connector 
  • LiPo Battery Charger Compatible with Chosen Battery Technology
Saturday, Oct 17 2020 (6 weeks ago)
Losi Desert Buggy DB XL-E 2.0 8S 1/5 RTR 4WD Electric Buggy (Losi)
Ok fellas - this car isn't for the faint of heart. For those of you hoping to take it right out of the box and go tear up your local sandpit - don't. The car is crap in RTR form. You need to tear this car completely down and rebuild it before taking it out. Put in the time, and you'll reap the rewards. ---- When I tore down my DBXLE 2.0, I ran into a couple of problems. Most notably is the inconsistent application of thread lock. There was a ton on some screws - so much so I couldn't get them out, even heating them up with a soldering iron which led to dremel work. Then there were others where thread lock was non-existent. However, most disturbing of all was the differentials. NONE of them had hardly any fluid in them. I completely expected this on a RTR vehicle... plus, I wanted to put in thicker fluid anyway (500k, 1M, 200k). ---- Before even touching the DBXLE, I suggest getting on the Facebook forum. It's a treasure trove of information. I went on the hunt for all the weak parts. Most notably, get new axles. The stock one snap easily. I ordered some from FLM Racing right away - and glad I did. Not one issue with a snapped axle. I also ordered Badlands Tires all around (MX-43) because the stock tires will rip apart after the first, second, or if you're lucky, 3rd run. Just bite the bullet and replace them right away. I also purchased the mechanical brake set (you can find instruction on the DBXLE Forum on Facebook under documents that I created) which is worth it's weight in gold. Also get a better steering servo that is stronger and faster than stock. Replace the front and rear drivetrain bearings as the stock ones are not rubber sealed and will blow on you in no time, WHICH, will lead to your rack and pinion gears stripping. I can keep going with a few other things, but if you're serious about getting this car, you'd better know what you're doing. The manual is something to be desired regarding the tear down of this thing. You'll be relying on the blow up parts view mostly. Don't get frustrated, just take your time.

If you can get through the upgrades needed, the time tearing down and rebuilding, proper locktite & diff fluids (the shocks were find BTW) --- you're going to love this buggy. Ultimately, to be in a good spot, expect to invest approximately $500 to $700 beyond the price of the buggy itself. Once you're ready for some aluminum parts like towers & gear boxes including better ESC / Motor and a BEC --- Your total investment will jump to $2500 - $3000 or so. Don't kill the messenger - just being honest LOL. Losi made a great buggy, but only after rebuilding it and replacing high failure items.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jun 9 2020 (6 months ago)
Losi Desert Buggy DB XL-E 2.0 8S 1/5 RTR 4WD Electric Buggy (Losi)
Do Not Buy this car. It has so many problems. Everything starts to go out after the first run. Then when you try to get ahold of someone for the warranty.....,you can’t. Hours on hold just for nothing. Emails they never respond to. I paid a lot for this car just to have to pay more just to fix there mistakes.
Verified Owner
Monday, May 4 2020 (7 months ago)
Losi Desert Buggy DB XL-E 2.0 8S 1/5 RTR 4WD Electric Buggy (Losi)
I bought you losi dbxl 2.0 on Sunday. I want to tell you about an unpleasant experience that happened to me the first time I drove the car broke down front cvd assembly I repaired the damage I thought there might be a problem in cvd assembly I repaired a new part and again broke the same part the second time. I don't know why this happens for a second in the same place.