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HobbyKing RTR BSR Berserker 1/8 Electric Truggy [VIDEO]

HobbyKing RTR BSR Berserker 1/8 Electric Truggy [VIDEO]


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From HobbyKing:

The Berserker 1/8 Truggy is for those who like driving on the edge of sensible and it has been built tough and reliable to make sure you can stay there. When we were developing this truggy our brief was for a truggy that was out of the box faster than anything we have made before and capable of doing that time and time again. From the chasiss, to the suspension, to the power system and even it’s distinctive yellow and black painted polycarbonate shell, nothing has been overlooked to ensure it is the best available.

The Berserker is packed full of features that will leave the others for dead. To start with there is a solid aluminum chassis with aluminum front and rear shock towers to keep everything aligned and stable. High quality, big bore, oil filled shocks are used for the performance and handling you would expect in a high end race truggy. The sealed radio box keeps your receiver safe from any knocks and the huge soft square pin tires  are a great balance of performance to keep you moving over most surfaces from rocky trails to paved roads.

There is heaps of power already setup in the Berserker as it comes with a powerful drive train with a super high torque Turnigy XK 4082-1450KV motor being run from the reliable Trackstar 150A ESC giving extreme performance. The ever reliable Turnigy HV 1269 servo will keep you steering the right path no matter what the surface is and is designed to take the punishment of constant jumps and high G corners that the power system is capable of supplying. Also included is a Turnigy HK-GT2E 2.4GHz radio system to give you complete control.

One of the most exciting features of this truggy is that it comes setup for use with 3S or 4S batteries but if you want more speed then you can change out the 46T diff and 18T pinion gear and replace it with the 49T diff and 12T pinion gear included in the box that is designed to run with 6S batteries to get the Berserker really screaming. Don’t be fooled though, the Breserker is plenty fast enough on 3S for most drivers, exciting on 4S and…BERSERK on 6S.

The Berserker is simply the most exciting wheeled vehicle we have ever sold and we know you will feel the same when yours arrives and you get out there and break the rules.

Features:

  • Stylish polycarbonate shell
  • Hardened alloy shock bodies, chassis braces, drive shafts with steel spur gear
  • Full-time 4WD system
  • Low center of gravity chassis design
  • Pre-installed 150A brushless power system with powerful cooling fan
  • Large square pind tyres for grip on most surfaces.
  • Big Bore Aluminum Shocks
  • 2.5mm Aluminum Chassis
  • Steel Diffs
  • Standard Diff for 4S installed, Also included Diff for 6S use

Specs:

Motor: Turnigy XK-4082 1450KV 4 Pole
ESC: Trackstar 150A Gen 2 1/8 Sensored/Sensorless Brushless ESC
Servo: Turnigy HV 1269 High Torque
Battery tray: 145 x 54mm
Length: 530mm
Width: 410mm
Height: 205mm
Wheelbase: 370mm
Ground Clearance: 50mm
Wheel size: 145x80mm
Wheel hex: 17mm
Drive Train: Full-Time 4WD
Radio system: 2 Channel HobbyKing HK-GT-2E 2.4GHz wheel style radio

Required:

  • 1 x 3~6S 4500mAh 30-40C LiPo Battery
  • 1x LiPo Battery Charger
  • 4 x AA Batteries for transmitter

#9655000001-0 – $418.62

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Updated: October 26, 2016 — 1:05 PM
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  1. I have one of these, it’s great, tough fast and fun!

    Only gripes are:

    1. XT60 really… cut it off and put XT90 on.
    2. ESC too close to battery compartment, moved it back 1cm
    3. Sway bars not installed, I installed them to find that they crash on the shafts at full suspension compression, not good, so took em off again.

    Sometimes parts are a little tricky to find but in general good parts list on HobbyKing.

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