Traxxas Rally Car

The 1/10 Scale Rally Car by Traxxas

The Traxxas Rally car is a 1/10 scale rc car that runs on brushless motors. It is based on the Slash 4×4 chassis. It features lower chassis and lower LCG, and is priced around $425. Visit to buy.

The Traxxas rally is built for durability and precision. It has dual bellcranks for precision and an integrated cam-type servo saver. It also includes four pre-painted ProGraphix Bodyshells as well as a Velineon 3500 Brushless Motor. The Rally was introduced in 2015 and is a factory-assembled RTR model. It also comes with a TQi 2.4Ghz radio system. Its chassis is made of molded nylon tubs and features gear type differentials and ball bearings.

The Rally is not without its challenges. For smooth steering response and excellent cornering grip, fine tuning is crucial. Even the smallest adjustments can make all the difference. Fortunately, the Traxxas Rally comes with an easy-to-follow Setup guide to help you determine the best settings.

Stabilizers, anti roll bars and thicker silicone oil in dampers can all be used to improve the handling of your Traxxas rally. In addition, you should also replace the drive shafts as needed. While steel drive shafts tend to wear out quickly, titanium ones tend to last longer.

Rally differentials are race-proven and have precision silicone gaskets. The Rally differentials are easily accessible for quick maintenance and tuning, while telescoping universal-joint driveshafts allow maximum suspension movement while delivering full power delivery.

This 1/10 4WD Rally car by Traxxas comes with a TQ radio system and XL-5 power system. The car also features a genuine Ford Fiesta ST racing body. This Rally car also requires a battery and charger. These features make the Rally car a versatile and fun vehicle to drive.

The Traxxas Rally chassis has a low CG, low compression (CG), as well as rigidity. These features mimic the toughness of rally cars while reducing drag, and minimising snagging in the brush. The chassis also allows the vehicle to take on the roughest conditions.

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