Few weeks since I got her
Well I am quite happy with this purchase which has basically been definition of powerful and intensively accurate designed. I bought mine mainly because I wanted to build a heavy snow plowing rig and that's one thing this truck only needs minor modifications thanks to it's nearly 100% metal assembly. I plan on adding a dually tire set up for the rear and some chains to the tires and rather than risk damage to the "Volvoish like" front end I plan on designing a dual winch activated plow. Come spring time I should like to further modify it from a cab over engine it the type just catching on now featuring a short bonnet and cab over. It truly is built for torque. I run a 6s Traxxas Revo 2.5 as my fun rig but pound for pound the rally truck does feel like it might be a one of the few trucks I might loose a tug of war againstt. I won't risk either truck. Just say that there's different types of power. If you want something capable of acuratly tracing a narona patch way rcw is the choice to make. If you want to go 80mph and do back flips get something like the Revo. Two very unique versions of the powerful RC vehicles. That require the patience and practice from experienced patient drivers. The rc4wd is painted metal too so don't it to stay in good condition unless you take your time and learn it's limits before you pass them. But I love it I just want to make it more unusual for my own style. Could use metal steering horns for the servo. Seems kina chintzy that I have to say that.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) E from NJ - New Jersey.