RJ Speed 1/10 Outlaw Sprinter Kit

RJ Speed 1/10 Outlaw Sprinter Kit
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The RJ Speed 1/10 Outlaw Sprinter Kit features a composite fiberglass, 10" wheelbase lader style chassis with a full molded roll cage and nerf bars, as well as a molded 4 piece lexan sprint car body with front and rear wing. Kit includes adjustable ball diff, spring front suspension, mounted and trued spec foam tires, motor and diff gears, steering linkage.

NOTE: Painted and assembled kit is shown in photos for illustrative purposes only. The kit includes a clear body and requires assembly.

Specifications:
Length:
15.5” (395mm)
Width: 8” (203mm)
Wheelbase: 10” (254mm) 
Height: 9.8” (249mm)

Needed to Complete:

  • 2-channel Radio System
  • High Speed steering servo
  • Servo Saver
  • ESC and compatible 540/550 size motor
  • Battery and charger
  • Paint for Body
Tuesday, Aug 4 2020 (4 months ago)
RJ Speed 1/10 Outlaw Sprinter Kit
I bought this car as an experimental parkinglot racer and general speed machine. I started with a class rule car and then tried a few different motor, pinion and NIMH pack combos to see what it can do. A Tamiya Dirt Tuned brushed motor,31 tooth pinion and a 3000mah NIMH pack shredded the outside of the foam tires in less than one run. It's more fun to run the Tamiya silver can motor and a 2000mah NIMH. I also changed the pinion to a 28 tooth to keep a bit more speed. It's plenty quick on a small oval but is still a very rigid car so it hops around a bunch if you just try and power the whole way around the track. It requires attentive setup and driving skill that is not as intimidating as a more serious GT car. I liked painting the body but I would recommend paying close attention to how the wing is trimmed and assembled before painting. Also I slotted the adjustment holes on the wing mounts for easier adjustment. Because im not in a racing class I'm replacing the original foam tires with another brand's asphalt specific foam tires to see if they last a bit longer. Lots of fun! Affordable and simple with a large tuning envelope. Part fitment wasn't the best but it's a fun build that's something different. Check your local track/club before you buy. The Legend cars seem to be more popular. The closest tracks to me are almost two hours away so I chose the Outlaw sprint because of the price, and that giant wing stands out like a billboard! It looks great!