A New look for the Traxxas Bandit

The Traxxas Bandit (24054-4) now comes in two new colors. (Red & Blue)

The Traxxas Bandit has been around for over 20 years. (yes you read that right) it’s the 3rd wheel (of sorts) of the 2wd Traxxas vehicles line up. Next to it’s larger counterparts the Stampede and Rustler ever since the mid 90’s. The molds and castings of the these vehicles components hasn’t changed much over the years, but there are noticeable differences when it comes to their updated durability in material. Such as alloy gears in the transmission, ball bearings over bushings and color choices of the molded plastic parts and curb appealing pre-painted bodies.  The Bandit has always been a fun buggy to bash on. It’s primary focus was entry level hobbyist, and still is today. However, these machines are so slouch out of the box and when combined with upgraded brushless technology and LiPo batteries,  you get the performance that would be unimaginable back in 1995.

 

Specs:

  • TQ 2.4GHz Radio System
  • Waterproof Electronics for All-Weather Driving Excitement
    in Water, Mud and Snow
  • 35+mph* Top Speed
  • Titan 12-Turn 550 Modified Motor
  • XL-5 Waterproof Electronic Speed Control
  • Metal-Gear Magnum 272™ Brushless-Ready Transmission
  • ProGraphix® Painted and Trimmed Body
  • Battery and Charger Sold Separately

 

 

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Christopher Oswald About the Author: Christopher is our Senior Editor and a professional automotive technician by trade, he has been a RC enthusiast for over 20 years and has hobby store experience under his belt. He has closed off many racing seasons with top podium finishes. His favorite is the Canadian National Championship series. He resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Good old fashioned competitive racing, scale crawling and some Sunday afternoon parking lot bashing is just some of his favorite ways to enjoy RC. When he isn’t writing, racing or bashing, Christopher spends his time with his wife and kids. Christopher also finds time to contribute other articles and RC tech on a variety of topics around the web. Christopher has his own personal RC project showcase website “R/C Modz Full Throttle” where you can find some of his own personal custom rigs. You can also follow Christopher on Twitter for up-to-date project's and review notifications at @RCTrkStp_Chris If you ever have any questions or comments, email Christopher at rctruckstopchris@gmail.com

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