Is the E REVO 2.0 worth it?
Value: B At a $589 price point, we feel the 2.0 is a solid value. It is a fantastic truck that is loaded with heavy-duty upgrades from the X-Maxx. Yes, you get a lot for your dollar with this one. Parts Availability: N/A The E-Revo 2.0 is comprised of mostly new parts that are now starting to ship to retailers.
How fast is the Traxxas drag slash?
A 70+mph top speed, belted drag slicks, and adjustable wheelie bar, make the Funny Car a full-throttle adrenaline rush. Now fitted with Traxxas Stability Management (TSM) and launch control, the Traxxas Funny Car lets you put power down like the pros.
What’s the fastest RC drag car?
“Traxxas claims its all-wheel-drive XO-1 is the world’s fastest ready-to-run, electric RC supercar. It says the XO-1 can hit 60 mph in 2.3 seconds and exceed 100 mph.
What is the top speed of a Traxxas?
Eighteen Traxxas models can exceed 50 mph, and the fastest clock top speeds that exceed 60, 65, and 70 mph. Astounding performance to be sure, and that doesn’t even include the fastest Traxxas model. The world-famous XO-1 holds that honor, and is the only factory-built RC car to shatter the 100 mph barrier.
What kind of torque does an E Revo have?
E-Revo delivers tight, fast steering action through its unique dual-servo system. With a total of 250 oz.-in. of tire-turning torque on hand, E-Revo steers with precise authority. An updated center bellcrank provides more steering throw for even better turning response.
What makes E-Revo brushless edition so special?
The aluminum motor can is machined to act as a massive heatsink, high-grade bearings deliver maximum efficiency, and high-strength Neodymium magnets give E -Revo Brushless Edition outrageous torque. To resist the twist, a beefy 5mm shaft transfers power to Brushless-Ready transmission.
Is the Traxxas E-Revo brushless ready?
We built the E -Revo for 6S brushless power right from the start. For other companies, brushless ready means just making some nominal provisions for battery and motor installation and letting the aftermarket develop the upgrades necessary to make it survive. Not Traxxas.