ARRMA RTR Raider Mega 1/10 2wd Buggy

ARRMA RTR Raider Mega 1/10 2wd Buggy

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ARRMA engineers have upgraded the 1/10 scale 2WD RAIDER MEGA RTR to make it stronger, faster, tougher and better looking than ever before! Upgrades include a Tactic TTX300 3-channel radio system for superior, interference-free control, an ARRMA Power 3000mAh NiMH battery and wall charger.


  • Rear wheel drive with steel driveshafts and axles
  • 35A Arrma MEGA waterproof ESC, designed to be used with the supplied NiMH battery
  • Tactic TTX300 3-channel SLT radio and TR325 receiver
  • ARRMA Power 3000mAh NiMH battery & wall charger
  • Battery box ready for hard-case LiPo packs
  • Rigid composite chassis with battery door
  • Molded steering & camber links
  • Composite gear transmission
  • Waterproof radio box seal
  • Metal internal-gear differential
  • Waterproof ADS-5 Steering Servo
  • Bellcrank steering
  • Innovative dBoots off-road tires
  • Industry-leading 2-year warranty protection!


Vehicle Type:     Desert Buggy
Scale:     1/10 Scale
Length:     15.7″ (400mm)
Height:     6″ (140mm)
Width:    9.9″ (253mm)
Weight:     1.36kg (50oz)
Drive Type:     2WD
Motor Type:     MEGA Brushed 540 Motor
ESC Type:     35A Waterproof
Steering Servo:     5kg/cm (70oz/inch) – 0.12 second operating speed at 6v
Battery Type:     6 Cell 7.2v 2000 mAh NiMh
Control System:     2.4Ghz Steering Wheel
Chassis:     Short Composite ARRMA Chassis
Tyres and Inserts:     Pre-Mounted dBoots Multi-Surface
Materials:     Composite – Steel – Aluminium – Nylon
Kit Build Status:     Pre-Built Ready-to-Run
Required to Complete:     4 x AA Batteries for Radio Transmitter
Suited Surface:     All-terrain
Other Details:     2 Year Limited Warranty included

LXDZAW – $149.99

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