Get ready for some serious off road buggy action with the Brushless Edition FTX Vantage. Taking RTR styling to a competition level, the Vantage brushless boasts some amazing features for the ultimate ‘Ready-to-Run' experience.
Etronix provide crystal free 2.4ghz control with the EX2 Sport radio. In addition the Etronix Photon sensorless brushless system is installed to provide some low maintenance, high performance speed and power.
Instead of using a NiMh battery, FTX decided to include a Voltz hardcase LiPo battery to get the very best from the Photon system, but with safety
in-mind included is a balance charger and LiPo charge sack. Infact all you need to add is AA batteries for the transmitter.
The 4wd shaft drivetrain features metal diff gears and front universal driveshafts, while an integrated slipper helps protect the drive from possible damage. With adjustable turnbuckles all round and large bore oil filled shock absorbers the Vantage is raring to go.
In addition if you want to tune and upgrade your Vantage, FTX provide a wide range of carbon and aluminium upgrades that will bring your ride up to a whole new pro level.
- Ready to run
- Etronix EX2 Sport 2.4ghz radio
- Etronix 60Amp Photon sensorless brushless speed control
- NiMH 6 cells & LiPO 2-3 cells & LiFe 2-3 cells compatible Etronix 3300KV (12T) sensorless brushless motor
- Etronix Pocket Balance charger
- Voltz 2700mah 7.4v 20c LiPo Hard cased battery
- Voltz LiPo charge sack
- Race designed low profile pre-paintedbodyshell
- Moulded tub chassis
- 4wd shaft drive with slipper system
- Unique gearbox design for low CG
- Lightweight high impact arms big bore oil filled adjustable shocks
- Gearbox metal crown & pinion gear
- Front universal driveshafts
- Adjustable wheelbase
- Adjustable turnbuckles
- Fully adjustable suspension including,droop, camber, toe-in, wheelbase etc
- Slipper for drivetrain damage protection
- Chassis accepts NiMh or LiPo battery
- Wide range of option parts available
- Length: 415mm
- Width: 255mm
- Height: 142mm
- Wheelbase: 275/280mm
- Tyre: ø 88 x 39mm (rear) ø 88 x 34mm )front)
- Gear Ratio: 8.3:1
- Weight: 1650g
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|Skill Level:||Skill Level 3|
excellent product. straight out of the box. driver needs practice. good parts and excellent site
Posted on 5th Jan 2014
Excellent buggy at a superb price for what you get. I bought this model as an upgrade from my ACME Firefox 1/16 scale and I have not been disappointed. The build is excellent, very sturdy and will take a good bit of knocking around. Speed is fantastic and the handling is total quality. I spoke to a guy at Modelsport before I purchased it and his help was first class, knew exactly what I needed to know. Top model, top advice and fantastic price. BUY IT!!!
Posted on 16th Aug 2013
Brillinat car for the money and very fast. Took a bit to charge up the lipo battery but was well worth the money.
Posted on 21st Jun 2013
fantastic value for money, very quick and agile. great little buggy. great service again from modelsport uk. thank you.
Posted on 30th May 2013
Out of the box this is a very nice looking 1/10th buggy. how ever I got to my SDRCC club and from the start the motor or speed controler seamed to bog down. It's like the signel from the controller is not getting to the motor! Will call to see is can get this replaced.
Posted on 13th May 2013
very nice car, very fast and resistant. for the money is very good
Posted on 9th May 2013
great product,ready to go straight from the box at a great price coupled with great service means you can not go wrong with this product. not run it yet as its for my son for xmas. But having opened the box and removed everything to check it out i must say im very impressed. this level of quality for this price makes you wonder how they make any profit on it! this looks to be a great first buggy for my son and the quality is amazing. highly recommended product and shop.
Posted on 11th Oct 2012
its an insane car for the amount of money your paying for it good speed great hadling and all that. GET IT!!!
Posted on 21st Jun 2012