Traxxas Nitro Rustler 1/10 RTR Stadium Truck (Silver/Blue) w/TQi 2.4GHz, TSM, EZ Start, Battery & DC Charger
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This is the Traxxas Nitro Rustler 1/10 Scale RTR Stadium Truck, with an included TQi 2.4GHz Radio System, TSM Stability System, TRX 2.5 Racing Engine, 2 AMP Peak Detecting DC Charger and blue body.
CHARGER NOTE: The included charger requires a cigarette lighter socket found in full size vehicles to charge. If this is not your preference, Traxxas offers an adapter allowing you to charge from a standard home AC electrical socket (TRA2976).
The Nitro Rustler is the first name in high performance 2WD nitro stadium trucks. Powered by the proven performance of the TRX 2.5 Racing Engine, Nitro Rustler totally out-muscles the competition with top speeds beyond 50 mph! The TRX 2.5 also pumps out the torque for brutal, wheel-standing launches and absolutely ruthless acceleration. The body design cheats the wind with its smooth curves and low-slung stance, while the outrageous graphics dominate with style. The separate wing securely bolts to the body with precise aluminum hex hardware. Chrome 2.8 Twin Spoke rims are wrapped with pre-glued Alias step-pin tires in the rear and Alias ribbed tires up front. The high-tech rubber compound ensures great grip on a variety of surfaces. Grey-molded composite parts are thoughtfully integrated to enhance the look of the chassis. Fast, light, and loaded with power, Nitro Rustler's power-sliding, dirt roosting attitude will have you reaching for the throttle again and again.
Length: 17.25" (438mm)
Front Track: 12.5" (318mm)
Rear Track: 12.375" (314mm)
Weight (no fuel): 73oz (2kg)
Height (overall): 6" (152mm)
Wheelbase: 11.312" (287mm)
Gear Ratio (internal): 2.81
Differential Type: Planetary Gear
Gear Pitch: 32-Pitch
Radio System: Traxxas TQi 2.4GHz (2-Channel), w/TSM Technology
Engine (fuel-powered): TRX 2.5 Racing Engine w/ EZ-Start
Brake Type: Disc
Fuel Tank Capacity: 75cc
Top Speed: 50+mph
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This product was added to our catalog on May 11, 2017