Like the go-anywhere-capability of rock crawlers, but does the crawling part sound boring? Well, rock racing may be more your thing. Redcat Racing’s Camo X4 is based off the top of race car you’d seeing competing at the famous King of the Hammers, which combines torturous rock climbs with high-speed desert sections.
The front features independent A-arm style suspension with large coil-over shocks while the rear has a solid axle suspended via a 4-link setup. The shocks are aluminum bodied for durability, which makes sense on a rock racer.
The motor included is a 3300 kV brushless system that can handle up to a 3S LiPo. The speed control is rated at 60 amps and can handle 3S just like the motor can. The steering servo is waterproof, equipped with metal gears and the radio system is 2.4 GHz. You’ll need a battery and charger.
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The Camo X4’s wheelbase is 14.1 in. (358 mm) and the width is 12.56 in. (319 mm). In comparison, the Axial Racing RR10 Bomber measures in at 14.75 in. (375 mm) for wheelbase and 11 in. (280 mm) for width. The Losi Rock Rey is 15 in. (381 mm) and 12.75 in. (324 mm).
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