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|1 x Dynamite Reaction Hard Case HV LiPo - 15.2v 4S 5000mAh 50C - Deans #DYNB3854D|
|1 x Core UAC 50 Charger - Mains/12v Input - NiCd, NiMh, LiPo, LiFe Charger, Discharger, Balancer #SCH-CR161|
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TEAM ASSOCIATED AE QUALIFIER SERIES NOMAD DB8 RTR 1/8TH EP BUGGY
Building the industry's most dependable ready-to-run radio controlled vehicles is something we take great pride in. We've earned this reputation for quality, and we'll make no compromises to uphold it. The Limited Edition Nomad DB8 is no exception, packed with the technology to bring fun to your backyard, outdoor trails, and everything in between.
Born from the sand and destined to roam the earth, the Nomad DB8 is a tough, powerful, all-terrain dominating Desert Buggy based on the race-proven RC8 platform's unprecedented balance and incredible cornering performance. The Nomad DB8 form follows function with a durable impact-resistant roll cage, detailed interior, driver and co-pilot figures, painted body panels, and runs off a powerful Reedy brushless motor. To tame the unforgiving landscape, high-grip General Tyre GT(R) Grabbers are wrapped around rich-looking black 17mm hex wheels.
The Nomad DB8 is packed with the technology to bring fun to your backyard, outdoor trails, and everything in between.
Team Associated Limited Edition Nomad DB8 Buggy Features:
Please Note: This kit is sold in RTR format but requires the following for completion: Transmitter batteries x4 AA (#AS302 recommended), 4S 14.8v LiPo battery pack with T-plug connector (AE #AS756, #AS757 or #AS318), Battery charger (peak detection charger recommended) (AE #AS27201, or #AS27200).
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Not quoted, but we'd estimate around 40mph or so.
Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models