ECX RTR Barrage 1.9 Class 4WD Rock Crawler

ECX RTR Barrage 1.9 Class 4WD Rock Crawler

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From ECX:

Scale crawling is taking off and the ECX® Barrage™ truck is a one-of-a-kind scaler designed to take on all rock crawling and scaling challenges. Destined to get dirty, the Barrage is at home forging its own path. Smaller than similar offerings, the Barrage uses the most popular size 1.9 licensed Falken™ tires and is loaded with features such as 4WD drive train, multi-link suspension, high torque motor, locked differentials, four LED lights, waterproof electronics, and more. From the brand known for its rugged durability, this scaler is a great introduction to extreme driving though any ruthless environment including rocks, woods, mud and your backyard creek. Plus, you get all of this excitement without breaking your budget or your drive train.


  • Scale Body and Chassis
  • Completely Ready to Run: Everything needed is in the box
  • Waterproof electronics: Drive in any conditions
  • Licensed Falken AT3W All Terrain tires: Soft compound treaded tires provide superior grip over most surfaces
  • ECX 2.4ghz TX and RX/ESC: Interference free driving
  • 900mAh battery: Over 30 minutes of run time
  • One step charger: Plug in the battery and it charges automatically
  • 4wd drive train: Extreme power for climbing
  • Metal ring and pinion gears: Durability and longevity
  • Locked differentials: No slip and true 4WD power
  • Multi-link suspension: Increased articulation and ability to scale most obstacles
  • Oil filled, coil over shocks: Adjustability and superior handling
  • Aluminum links, motor plate, wheel rings, and shock cap retainers: Durability and styling
  • Combination composite and aluminum main frame: High strength and durability
  • High torque motor: Maximum crawling power in small efficient package
  • Axle mounted steering servo: Weight down low to provide low CG
  • 1:10 scale servo compatible: Can use readily available electronics
  • Advanced battery mount system: Adjustability for different conditions
  • Full ball bearings: Efficiency and increased run time
  • Super user friendly speeds with impressive crawling capabilities: Fun for anyone from beginner to expert

What’s in the box?

  • 1 1.9 4WD Barrage
  • 1 2.4ghz Transmitter
  • 1 900mAh NiMH Battery
  • 1 Charger
  • 1 User Manual

Needed To Complete

  • Nothing! Everything you need is in the box.


Approximate Assembly Time:     Less than 1 Hour
Ball Bearings:     Complete
Batteries:     Dynamite® 900mAh 6-cell NiMH
Body:     Painted
Charger:     NiMH Wallwart
Chassis:     Steel Ladder Frame
Differential:     Locked Differential
Drivetrain:     4WD
Front Track:     7.0in (177mm)
Gear Pitch:     48-Pitch
Ground Clearance:     2.25in (57mm)
Height:     8.5in (216mm)
Length:     16.4in (417mm)
Motor Size:     370
Motor Type:     Brushed
Pinion:     16T
Radio:     SPM STX2 2-Channel
Rear Track:     7.0in (177mm)
Servos:     Included
Shock Type:     3 in (75mm) plastic body
Size/Scale:     1/10
Speed Control:     Included
Spur Gear:     60T
Suspension:     Solid Axle 3-Link
Tire Compound:     Soft
Tire Diameter:     4.3in (110mm)
Tire Tread:     Falken AT3W All Terrain
Track:     7.0in (177mm)
Vehicle Type:     Rock Crawler
Weight:     2.8lb (1.3kg)
Wheel Diameter:     1.9in (49mm)
Wheel Type:     Black Molded
Wheel Width:     1.1in (27mm)
Wheelbase:     9.9in (252mm)
Width:     7.7in (196mm)

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