Savage XL FLUX RTR 1/8 4WD Electric Monster Truck by HPI w/2.4GHz Radio
This product was added to our catalog on February 10, 2017.
Itís bigger, itís faster, itís stronger... the Savage XL Flux is a basherís dream machine! When you pair HPI Racingís legendary Flux brushless power system with a virtually bulletproof drivetrain, youíve got a monster truck thatís unstoppable! Everywhere you look the Savage XL Flux is beefed up to handle its awesome torque as well as any terrain or conditions you can throw at it. And because this beast is Ready-To-Run, you can be out terrorizing the competition right away.
Legendary Savage Durability
After over a decade of thrilling serious RC bashing performance, the HPI Savage has earned a reputation for being the toughest monster truck you can find. A pair of XL-Long 2.5mm thick aluminum Twin Vertical Plates (TVP) provide the backbone of the Savage, and a thick 7075 aluminum motor plate holds the super-powerful FLUX 2200Kv motor in place. The XL-Wide Savage suspension is ultra-tough, with super-thick webbed suspension arms and uprights built to handle gigantic jumps, rough landings, rolls and full-speed crashes. Super heavy-duty, bulletproof drivetrain parts like thick steel dogbones, all-metal transmission gears, sintered steel diff gears and metal diff cases make sure drivetrain can handle all the power of the XL-Powerful FLUX motor. Huge Big Bore dual-stage oil-filled shocks tame the roughest landings and terrain, giving you total control at all times!
Savage XL Design with Flux Power
Featuring a low-mounted FLUX 2200KV motor in place of the big-block nitro engine, a powerful FLUX 6S-capable speedo in place of the fuel tank, and twin battery boxes hanging on the outside to hold a variety of battery types. Power your Savage XL FLUX with a pair of matching LiPo batteries equipped with 2S 7.4v or a whopping 3S 11.1v power!
- Factory-assembled & pre-painted electric-powered 4WD 1/8 scale electric-powered monster truck
- 2.4GHz radio system
- 2.5mm TVP (Twin Vertical Plate) chassis with XL-long wheelbase
- HPI high torque steering servo
- HPI FLUX 6S-capable brushless ESC
- HPI FLUX 2200KV brushless motor
- 6S LiPo capability
- Big Bore silicone oil-filled shocks
- All-metal bulletproof drivetrain
- 43-tooth steel spur gear
- Super heavy-duty dogbones
- Sintered diff gears
- 17mm hex hubs
- Shock towers have multiple shock mounting positions
- Quick access to the front or rear differential by removing just 4 screws
- Cam type servo saver
- Twin vented battery boxes with locking battery box doors
- Battery boxes fit specially designed HPI #106397 2S and #107222 3S batteries
- All socket head hardware
- Slipper clutch to protect drivetrain
- Protected receiver box
- 3mm 7075 motor plate
- Dual 8mm billet motor clamps
- 4-gear differentials
- Aluminum front and rear suspension braces
- Front and rear skid plate bumpers
- Full set of ball bearings
- Chrome Warlock wheels
Length: 23 in (585 mm)
Width: 16.8 in (427 mm)
Height: 10 in (254 mm)
Weight: 14.77 lb (6.7 kg)
Requires: (2) 3S LiPo batteries, compatible charger
Input voltage: MIN 2s LiPo, MAX 6s LiPo
Max continuous amperage: 150A (full throttle continuous operation with cooling airflow)
BEC specifications: 6V/3A Switching BEC
Reversible: Yes - with lockout
Size: L 59.5mm (2.34"), W 48mm (1.89"), H 42mm (1.65")
Weight: 178 g (6.28 oz)
Needed To Complete:
- (2) Matching 3S 11.1V LiPo Batteries; 4000mAh or higher recommended; w/T-Style connector (or can use two 2S 7.4V LiPo Batteries)
- Compatible Battery Charger
Note: The enclosed receiver box is not intended for submerged driving.
-Truck is insanely durable
-Good supply of factory and other hop-ups
-Very stable on variety of surfaces due to width of this truck
-Plenty of GO with just 4S
-Handles 6S without problem (looking at you e-revo)
-Tires aren't very good. Terrible for trail driving and rough terrain.
-Steering servo is under powered, but usable.
-Body is not very durable, easily cracks and flakes apart
-Aftermarket body selection is poor
-Radio is average, much less useful than the TQi, but it works
-ESC is actually pretty good, but you need to pay for HPI's expensive programmer to use all the features. The last gen flux HP came with a castle esc which would've been preferred here. That being said I had no problems with ESC and its reliability.
Overall, better truck in my opinion than E-revo or E-maxx (I know, I own them all). That being said the E-revo comes with a better radio, ESC, and servo setup from stock. There are also tons of body options for E-revo. If you don't mind upgrading the steering servo and tires, the SAVAGE XL is a far more dependable and durable vehicle than E-revo.)