ARRMA Officially Launches And Announces Two New Vehicles

Sep 16, 2011 9 Comments by

ARRMA (pronounced as armor) is a new brand of high-quality RC cars that have been designed by people passionate about RC. According to the press release ARRMA stands for:

  • Great design -no copy product, we leave OEM companies to do that
  • Hobby grade materials, design and quality
  • Fun, excitement, style and value
  • Direct Support for ARRMA owners via www.arrma-rc.com
  • ARRMA community via www.goforit.com

Each ARRMA kit has a unique serial number so the owner of an ARRMA car go on-line to register their car and download a full introduction pack, including video and pictorial build and maintenance guide in their own language. With this system, ARRMA owners can receive information on new product, options and updates for their specific model. They can access dedicated product areas on www.arrma-rc.com. They can access the www.goforit-rc.com community to share pictures and videos. Go For It lets each ARRMA owner become part of an international group of friends, who share the same interests and idea of fun. They will receive the latest updates and tricks and tips in their own language. Each ARRMA car comes with a 2 year warranty against defective materials. For further information write to enquiries@arrma-rc.com

Over the next couple of months ARRMA will be releasing details about 6 new vehicles, and today we can tell you about 2 of them, the Raider baja style buggy and Fury short course truck.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raider 1/10 2WD RTR Baja style buggy

Each Raider comes with dBoots Dunerunner tires and chrome-effect six spoke wheels, a high quality molded rear wing, and a wrapped polycarbonate 4-color bodyshell available in green, yellow, blue or red variations.

Features:

  • Factory assembled RTR (ready to run)
  • 2 year warranty
  • LiPo ready
  • 30+ MPH as standard!
  • Fast-charge batteries fit underneath chassis – no need to remove bodyshell to change batteries
  • Ready to run with ATX300 2.4Ghz 3 channel left-/right-handed transmitter and lightweight ARX300 receiver (no crystals required)
  • Aluminium double chassis rails and alloy front chassis plate
  • Oil filled shocks and high performance springs
  • Splash- and dust-proof receiver box
  • Waterproof MEGA ESC with integrated LiPo cutoff
  • MEGA 15T brushed motor
  • Precision high-performance pre-glued dBoots tires
  • High-performance foam dBoots foam inserts
  • Oil-filled metal geared differential
  • Adjustable, precision-machined, alloy slipper clutch for fine-tuning acceleration on different grip-level surfaces
  • Brushless-ready all metal transmission
  • Tough steel turnbuckles, drive shafts and axles
  • Integrated composite servo saver
  • Hex hardware all-round

AR102011 – Arrma Raider Wrap (Brushed) RTR – YELLOW – (NO BATTERY)
AR102021 – Arrma Raider Wrap (Brushed) RTR – GREEN – (NO BATTERY)
AR102031 – Arrma Raider Wrap (Brushed) RTR – RED – (NO BATTERY)
AR102041 – Arrma Raider Wrap (Brushed) RTR – BLUE – (NO BATTERY)

Gallery > ARRMA Raider

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Fury1/10 2WD RTR short course truck

Each Fury comes with a factory painted Salvador polycarbonate 4-color bodyshell in blue, red or purple variations, chrome-effect five spoke short course style wheels with blue, red or black bead-lock style rims, and dBoots Sidewinder short course style tires.

Features:

  • Factory assembled RTR (ready to run)
  • 2 year warranty
  • LiPo ready
  • 30+ MPH as standard!
  • Fast-charge batteries fit underneath chassis – no need to remove bodyshell to change batteries
  • Ready to run with ATX300 2.4Ghz 3 channel left-/right-handed transmitter and lightweight ARX300 receiver (no crystals required)
  • Aluminium double chassis rails and alloy front chassis plate
  • Oil filled shocks and high performance springs
  • Splash- and dust-proof receiver box
  • Waterproof MEGA ESC with integrated LiPo cutoff
  • MEGA 15T brushed motor
  • Precision high-performance pre-glued dBoots tires
  • High-performance foam dBoots foam inserts
  • Oil-filled metal geared differential
  • Adjustable, precision-machined, alloy slipper clutch for fine-tuning acceleration on different grip-level surfaces
  • Brushless-ready all metal transmission
  • Tough steel turnbuckles, drive shafts and axles
  • Integrated composite servo saver
  • Hex hardware all-round

AR102401 – Arrma Fury Salvador (Brushed) RTR – RED – (NO BATTERY)
AR102411 – Arrma Fury Salvador (Brushed) RTR – BLUE – (NO BATTERY)
AR102421 – Arrma Fury Salvador (Brushed) RTR – PURPLE – (NO BATTERY)

Gallery > ARRMA Fury

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Bringing you RC product news you can use on a daily basis as Car Action's Online News Editor. I have over 15 years of RC experience, plus a background in print and broadcast journalism, engineering, information technology, direct marketing, and even banking. Currently I enjoy racing 1/10 electric off-road, and have been bitten by the short course bug.

9 Responses to “ARRMA Officially Launches And Announces Two New Vehicles”

  1. Nitrohobbiest (Mike) says:

    The truck looks like no other I’ve seen. Its a little impressive to see the color matched beadlocks to go with the body scheme. I like the battery compartment although reminiscent of a Walmart R/C car. I hope there is room for a 7 cell in there although I doubt it. Tires look pretty sweet. The all metal tranny is a great start as well. I would like to get my hands on the SC and toss it around the track a bit. Looks promising.

  2. Ultimaxx says:

    What a great presentation and also choices. I like the roll cage on the buggy. A new company that will have six different models to choose from is a big step. I hope all goes good for them. I can not wait until they all become available. I will take one monster truck please!

  3. Ben Young says:

    that sc has to be the strangest design i’ve ever seen.
    although it looks like it would be a good racer.

  4. Albert Altarac says:

    Fantastic presentation, these RC machines are wild , need to hve them.
    Albert

  5. savage-garage says:

    to ultimaxx- yes they do have 6 models but they r all the same except for the wheels and the body…
    its like traxxas- they make 1 car and make 100 versions of it…

  6. Chris M says:

    The things that stood out for me is how low the battery and motor are, and that should give it a super low center of gravity for handling and cornering, almost seems like the under battery would be a no brainer but maybe its time.

  7. Chris C. says:

    Can anyone address me as what’s The best to upgrade My Arrma Fury?

  8. Trevor "Chilly" Duncan says:

    Chris C, are you asking what is the best upgrade option for the Fury?

  9. kit klemchusky says:

    Hello all i just purchaced Fury. It ran once and the controler stopped working. Any ideas ?? I like the truck but the radio control seems cheap?? Thanks

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