Just like the CRT .5 Pro version except it has plastic-body shocks and molded shock towers, chassis braces and steering knuckles. These parts are lighter than the aluminum parts and they look stout. It also has an aluminum servo tray and a molded center diff mount instead of the graphite pieces, which shouldnt affect performance much. In other words, the RTR version looks as race ready as the pro model. The RTRs most notable new features are the included standard size servos; the CRT .5 Pro is designed to use micro servos, which are hard to find, and in some cases, not as durable as standard size servos. The CRT .5 RTR includes an OFNA 2-channel radio system thats manufactured by Futaba for reliable performance, and a factory installed Jammin .12 rear-exhaust slide carb engine. It also includes Jammin soft-compound racing tires and a painted and trimmed Lexan body with vinyl graphics from Upgrade RC. Jammin CRT .5 RTR 34972; $335
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