RPM Receiver Box (Black)

RPM Receiver Box (Black)
Back Order Now
You may back order this item and it will ship when it arrives.
$3.99 flat rate shipping! Learn More
Price: $9.99

Please Log in to receive a notification when this item arrives in stock.

Save In List
Please be aware that pricing and product availability in-store may vary from what’s available online because each store is independently owned and operated.

This is a optional RPM Receiver Box, and is intended for use with the Associated RC10GT 1/10 gas truck. Nitro fuel can destroy an expensive receiver in a flash! The only way to protect the receiver is to place it in a protective environment. That’s where RPM steps in. The RPM receiver box is designed to prevent splashes from fuel bottles and nitro cleaner from entering the receiver. This receiver box is specifically designed to fit in the Associated GT, but can easily fit in any vehicle simply by drilling two mounting holes through the chassis. The RPM receiver box is built from RPM's trademark blend of nylons, guaranteed to withstand most side impacts (protecting your expensive receiver from damage) and is molded in either blue or black. It also has an antenna mount built into the base that helps keep the antenna wire away from other electrical wires which helps prevent glitches. In addition, since our receiver box is built from nylon, which is non-conductive, the receiver is virtually sealed off from glitches emanating from the chassis. The package includes a base and a top to the receiver box, as well as two screws to secure the top to the base and clear and concise instructions for the best possible mount to the chassis. There isn’t any better protection than what RPM has to offer!

NOTE: The RPM receiver box is not compatible with older model GT's using the black, tub style chassis nor will it fit as a stock replacement part on the GT2.

Interior Dimensions (LxWxH): 2.135x1.075x1.4" - Please measure your receiver prior to purchase for compatibility. 

This product was added to our catalog on October 13, 2009