Now in kit form, the Yeti™ is a skillfully engineered rock racing vehicle with a solid rear axle and independent front suspension. Its distinct aesthetic and technical elements were inspired by full-size desert trucks. Its strategically engineered design supplies bashing stamina while delivering a high level of technical rock racing abilities without compromise in either category. This kit version will accept standard 1/10th scale brushed and brushless 4-pole systems and most major stick pack batteries. Precision machined aluminum shocks are standard equipment and deliver smooth suspension movement for consistent handling.
Its as serious as you want it to be, with true fun factor characteristics that make it a blast to drive. The Yeti™, dirts new friend.
Axial Yeti Features:
- Hi-Lo transmission with all metal internal gears
- Independent front suspension and rear AR60 OCP-Axle™
- 2.2 Falken Wildpeak M/T Tyres
- 2.2 Method IFD™ Beadlock Wheels
- Icon Aluminium Shocks
- Heavy Duty Bevel Gears
- Aluminium Lower Link Plates
- M4 Threaded Alumnium Turnbuckles
- Universal Axles
Axial Yeti Specification:
- Length: 19.5 (495mm)
- Width: 12.3 (312mm)
- Height: 7.7 (195mm)
- Wheelbase: 14.2 (360mm)
- Ground Clearance: 2 (50mm)
- Weight: 6.5lbs (2.9kg)
- Brand: Axial
- Part No: AX90025
- Scale: 1:10
- Power Source: Electric - No Motor
- Surface Type: Off Road
- Vehicle Type:
• Rock Crawler
- Build Level: Unassembled (Kit)
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I would like to get the Axial Yeti 1/10 kit and would like to hear your recommendation regarding following components:
I like to use it as a 3s system.
Could you tell me what you recommend for a normal user in the forrest and on tracks who expects nice and fast power.
Thank you and best regards
Asked by Martin Rellstab on 30th August 2018
There's a huge scope here in terms of budget, but some of our favourites would be:
Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models