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Reach a new level of performance with your LCXU transmission by adding dig function. This easy-to-install conversion transforms your Axial vehicle and its standard single-speed LCXU transmission into a RC rock crawling machine.
A dig unit locks the rear drivetrain while still allowing the front tires to pull the vehicle. Locked in place, the rear tires transform into a pivot point as the front digs in.
Carve tight turns, maneuver with greater precision, and improve control on climbs and descents.
This dig conversion adds a higher level of performance to the LCXU transmission used in the popular SCX10 III Base Camp and Chevy K10. It’s easy to install, inexpensive, and makes a profound difference in a vehicle’s performance and capabilities.
The metal servo plate provides a strong mount and the two included servo adapters (20- and 25-tooth) make it easy to use either a Spektrum micro servo or other popular micro servos. A servo saver lockout is also included.
A dig lockout option is also included, so if you’re competing in a class or competition where dig is not allowed, the servo can be removed and replaced with this simple lockout.
A micro servo and a radio system with at least three channels are required for full operation. Suggested servos include Spektrum SX108.
Part Type: Drivetrain Parts
Application: LCXU transmission (i.e., SCX10 III Base Camp)
Vehicle Type: Rock Crawler