Maverick Strada SC RED Brushless

Maverick Strada SC RED Brushless

Brand: Maverick

Part Number: MV12625

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For off-road scale looks and bodyshell-banging action, there's no beating short course truck racing! With a tough shaft drivetrain, long-travel shocks and suspension and directional racing tyres, the 4WD Strada SC is the ultimate short course truck, and it won't break the budget either! The Strada SC features a moulded tub chassis that provides durability and a stable and tough platform for a strong 4WD shaft drivetrain. Pre-built oil-filled shock absorbers and dual-wishbone independent suspension front and rear, give you supreme confidence on all driving surfaces. The MS-22 servo controls the steering through a dual-point steering system that features an integrated servo saver to protect the servo against crash damage. The Strada 4WD drivetrain uses efficient ball bearings throughout to give drivers maximum runtime and efficiency, and features a molded gear cover to keep dirt and debris away from the gears. Front and rear gear differentials easily transfer the motor's power to the pre-mounted tires at all four corners.

Maverick Strada Red SC Kit Features:

  • MM-22BL 3215KV brushless motor with 4mm gold-plated plugs
  • MSC-30BL-WP brushless FWD/Brake/Reverse Waterproof ESC
  • MBP-26 3000mAh Ni-MH battery
  • MS-22 high-strength steering servo
  • MTX/MRX-243 2.4GHz transmitter and receiver with built-in failsafe
  • Moulded tub chassis with optimised weight distribution
  • Fully adjustable suspension
  • Battery strap will accept both stick packs and side-by-side cells
  • 4 oil-filled rebuildable shocks with coil-over springs
  • Aluminum gold anodised shock tops
  • Fully independent double wishbone suspension
  • Tough C-hub front steering knuckles
  • Tough efficient 4wd shaft drive train
  • Fully ballraced drive train
  • Aluminum gold anodised upper deck
  • Aluminum gold anodised lightweight centre shaft
  • Pre-cut body factory-finished
  • Fully adjustable turnbuckles all round
  • Front and rear moulded bumpers
  • Twin-point steering with integrated servo saver
  • Moulded protective gear cover


  • 7.2V 3000mAh Ni-MH battery stick pack
  • Multi-region wall battery charger

Items Required:

  • 4 x AA Batteries


  • Length: 490mm
  • Width: 270mm
  • Height: 170mm
  • Wheelbase: 270mm
  • Weight: 1.80kg

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  • Brand: Maverick
  • Part No: MV12625
  • Barcode: 5050864020848
  • Scale: 1:10
  • Build Level: Assembled (RTR)
  • Power Source: Electric - Brushless
  • Surface Type: Off Road
  • Vehicle Type: Short Course Truck

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- 26th June 2021

Brilliant (re)introduction to RC cars as a hobby. I've been out of it for about a decade and things have come a long way. Let's start with power - Using the "2 Cell Pro" battery package - Perfect for a beginner - all the pros that nitro cars had for beginners back in 2005 without any of the cons! You will want a wide open space though or be careful with the trigger, it has a silly amount of power. On gravel the car will happily light up all 4 tyres at pretty much any speed if you suddenly jump on the power. There's a tiny bit of hesitation from stationary but then it just goes - don't stand behind it when you do this, it will flick mud and gravel and all sorts up to about face height! Battery life is also decent with the 4500mAh packs. The charger included in the "Pro" package will get take them from storage charge to "ready" in about 30 minutes which is super convenient. Electrics - they seem fine to me. The radio is a bit simple, but it works without dropping out and is responsive enough for bashing. Remove the battery after a really mucky run and the car can be cleaned in the shower! Unplug the ESC cooling fan if you run it in very wet conditions, it doesn't like water on the fan. The rest though is fine! Body - It's a fairly generic short course truck, not super pretty but it looks good going along with the suspension working hard to keep it planted. If you wanted to get jumping this you would want to cut some holes in it to let the air out, or it will "parachute" a fair bit and fly weird. It gets very brittle in sub-zero conditions so crashing in the snow will shatter bits off it. There's ways to reinforce bodies, but now the weather's warmer it has stopped degrading as quickly despite some pretty violent crashes. Chassis - durable and simple to work on. Haven't yet had any breakages but have hit a few trees and posts faster than I really wanted! Oil filled shocks with metal end caps are a nice touch, and they don't have threaded bodies to adjust preload but at least there are spacers provided to allow some basic suspension tuning. There's also a decent range of positions available to mount the shocks to the arms (plastic) and the turrets (metal). The steering can jam on debris kicked up by the tyres if it lands in the chassis tub wrong, but it is no bother to get a twig to free the steering back up. I might drill the chassis there to help avoid binding. The battery cover is also a bit fiddly, the car comes with a piece of foam to help secure the battery from sliding back and forth but I removed that to get extra freedom to get the battery cover into position correctly - it holds the battery tightly enough. Oh, and the grub screws on the universal drive cups (part no. 22012) at both ends of the centre propshaft are prone to coming loose and causing the car to go 2WD (undriveably so). It's an inconvenience rather than a major problem, just push the drive up as far as possible toward the differential, and tighten the grub screw with an allen key, making sure the grub is engaging on the flat face of the differential drive pinion (part no. mv22018). 4/5 if I'm being really harsh. It's a budget car and it is a great fun basher without the fear of it being massively expensive to crash. It's fast, tough, water resistant. Be careful - this car's making me look at getting more RC cars...

What diameter/width tyres does the Strada SC use?
Asked by Matthew Jelves on 2nd February 2018

It uses standard 1:10 SC wheels and tyres

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does this model run 2s Lipos? and would the top speed be about 30mph. thxs
Asked by Adam on 12th April 2018

Yes it will run 2S LiPo no problem - top speed on 2S LiPo we'd estimate around 35+ mph.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

How fast dose it go what lipo can you run it on
Asked by Martin on 3rd February 2020

Top speed is around 25-30 mph or so. These can run a 2S LiPo

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Dose it come with a batteries
Asked by Martin on 5th February 2020

Yes, these come with a 3000mAh NiMh battery and charger.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Is there a difference in speed between this and the strada DT and if so how come?
Asked by Harry on 30th March 2020

No not really as they are pretty much identical chassis

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Top speed?
Asked by Mitchell on 5th April 2020

Around 25-30mph or so

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Can these run a 5500mah 2s lipo? Also are the lipo battery’s plug an okay or do I need any extra adapters or plugs
Asked by Jordan on 20th April 2020

Yes they will run a 2S LiPo.

They have deans connectors

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

How long will this run for on the corally round 4500 lipo battery?
Asked by Ryan Campbell on 9th February 2021

Probably around 20-25 mins or so

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

How fast do these go on 2s
Asked by Jhn on 30th October 2023

They are around 35-40 mph on 2s

Answered by: Steve @ Wheelspin Models

I know it can run lipo! So you have to alter esc if so how? Kind regards sam
Asked by Samuel Greasley on 4th December 2023

You can run 2s lipo in this car, the ESC is auto detect so there is nothing to change 

Answered by: Si @ Wheelspin Models

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