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Helion RTR Invictus 10MT

Helion RTR Invictus 10MT

This monster truck comes standard with a Radient Reaktor 3500kV waterproof brushless system, 1800mah 9.6V 8 cell NiMH rechargeable battery pack, and a HRS-3.1 2.4GHz 3-Channel radio system. Check out these great features and more in the press release below:

Here at Helion™ we have upped the ante on excitement, speed, and performance with the Invictus 10 MT Monster Truck. With an unprecedented set of features, performance, and value, the Helion Invictus 10MT is the next generation of 4×4 1/10th scale Monster Trucks. Our Helion R/C design engineers optimized the best components from the Dominus platform as well as improved upon all other aspects in the creation of the High Ground Clearance Monster Truck platform you see in this box. This truck was built for the latest generation of bashers and R/C enthusiasts.

The use of rubber sealed and ball bearing supported steel gear differentials mated with a robust shaft based drivetrain, reduces maintenance requirements all while improving efficiency and performance without compromising value. With no need for crystals the included 2.4 GHz radio technology of the Invictus MT allows R/C bashers and enthusiasts to enjoy using their trucks alongside one another instead of worrying about conflicting frequencies or needing additional crystals. Now with a new 45A Radient Reaktor 3500kV waterproof brushless system and 1800mAh 8-Cell NiMH battery included, the Invictus MT is ready to impress with out of the box speeds topping 30mph! The all-new Invictus 10MT will be available in HobbyTown USA stores and at this week!


  • Authentic “V-Tread” Style Swampers
  • Realistic full size pickup style with flag poles in bed
  • Adjustable body mounts
  • Radient Reaktor 3500kV waterproof brushless system with 14T 32P pinion gear
  • Steel ring and pinion type four wheel drive drivetrain
  • Waterproof ESC and Servo; water resistant receiver box
  • HRS-3.1 2.4 GHz 3-Channel radio system
  • 1,800 mAh 9.6V 8 Cell NiMH rechargeable battery pack with Tamiya-style plug
  • Four wheel independent suspension
  • Planetary metal gear differentials
  • Ball bearing supported drivetrain
  • Adjustable, oil filled, coil-over shock absorbers with bladders


Name of Product: Invictus 10MT
Product Description: 1/10th Scale 4×4 Electric Monster Truck
Scale: 1/10th
Recommended Usage Environment: Off-road, dry conditions
Drivetrain: 4WD, 4×4
Motor or Engine: 3500 kV Radient Reaktor 2 Pole Brushless, Sensorless
Length: 422mm (16.61in)
Width: 337mm (13.27in)
Height: 196mm (7.72in)
Wheelbase: 275mm (10.83in)
Weight: 2645g (5.83lb)
Chassis: Molded plastic
Suspension: Four wheel independent
Internal Gear Ratio: 8.58:1
Wheel Mounting: 12mm Hex
Wheel (Bead) Dimensions: 55.88mm (2.2in) x 72mm (2.83in) x 45.20mm (1.78in)
Tire: F/R: 127mm (5.00in) x 68.5mm (2.69in)
Speed Control: Radient Reaktor brushless 45A WP-P
Radio: 2.4Ghz 3-Channel w/ D/R, EPA, REV, FS
Servos: 6kg Waterproof Full Size Separate, Futaba-style plug
Battery: 1,800 mAh 9.6V 8 Cell NiMH with Tamiya-style plug
Charger: AC wall-type trickle for 8-cell NiMH
Speed: 30+mph
Gear Pitch: 32P
Shock type: Oil filled with bladders and adjustment clips
Body: Full Size Pick Up style
Ball bearings: Rubber Sealed Throughout Drivetrain
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14yr+
Experience Level: Beginner/Novice
Is Assembly Required: No
Assembly Time: N/A
Preparation Time: <1 Hour + Charging Time

HLNA0248 – $289.99

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Updated: July 20, 2015 — 3:12 PM


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  1. I have one of the trucks most funnest rc car on the planet is very fast and easy to drive. Does about anything you want it to do.

  2. I bought one and it was fun for about 12 packs (after the took a month to replace the esc with a lower amp rated one). Then on my 13 or 14 pack the SOFT BRASS pinion and SOFT spur just shredded for no reason. I had checked my mesh screw and it was tight like always and the motor had not moved. However it was not coverd via the warranty so I had to buy a slipper and new rrp pinion( the helion brass I could bend w/my fingers, & the rrp was cheaper) and that brings it to $343. Then the slipper was clicking so I took it to my Hobbytown and they basically said pay us(probably $100+) to fix it with sock parts or get out(that a story for a Hobbytown review though). In short, the warranty does not cover parts for 90 days, just electronics. NOWHERE in the warranty paper does it say that but the techs do, they claim if a part breaks in your first 2 packs then it’s covered, but no where in the paper does it say that. The driveline is weak, and the 2 pole 540 size motor simply does not have the torque for a 5&1/2lb+ vehicle. Needless to say, don’t buy it!

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