DuraTrax Evader EXT2 RTR

DuraTrax Evader EXT2 RTR

New from Duratrax:

Affordability, durability and performance. That’s what every first-time driver wants and that’s exactly what the DuraTrax Evader EXT2 RTR delivers – and then some!

Tough MagnaFlex™ Chassis

Off-roading is a breeze for the injection-molded MagnaFlex chassis. It’s ultra-tough to absorb impacts and everyday wear and tear.

Complete Ball Bearings

A complete set of ball bearings provides smooth, reliable operation and extended life.

Precision Metal Idler Gear

A metal idler gear helps make the EXT2’s durable, long-lasting tranny off-road ready.

The performance enhancements begin with the included Photon Speed 2™ motor, which delivers quick acceleration and awesome top-end speed. The Sprint™ Electronic Speed Control offers forward, brake and reverse, while the battery hold-down accommodates 6-7 cell NiCds/NiMHs and 2-cell LiPos. Please note that a low-voltage cutoff (LVC) is required to use LiPos.

A Stress-Tech™ One-Year Guarantee gives free parts replacement in the first year you own your EXT2, so drivers can tackle the terrain worry-free. See manual for details.

Killer looks! The Evader EXT2 has four eye-catching body styles to choose from – all are pre-painted and trimmed, with race-legal clear windows.

Want to trick out your Evader EXT2? Plenty of hop-ups are available for unlimited upgrading possibilities.

The Evader EXT2 RTR is rough, tough and ready for off-road action. Everything a first-time driver could ever want is included, so they’re guaranteed to get hooked on the first drive!

Length: 16.1 in (409 mm)
Width: 12.9 in (327 mm)
Height: 6.6 in (168 mm)
Ground Clearance: 1.4 in (36 mm)
Weight: 3.6 lb (1.63 kg)
Requires: 6-7 cell NiCd/NiMH battery pack, charger & 8 “AA” batteries

DTXD32** Evader EXT2 RTR $119.99

Available early October.

Trevor “Chilly” Duncan
Online News Editor
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Updated: October 27, 2010 — 12:16 PM
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