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Feb 17, 2012 at 11:14 am
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Traxxas Rustler VXL Off-Road Race Truck, 1/10 scale

“High Flyer”

Last Updated: Mar 29, 2012

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Price $350 Or Best Offer
Description I NEED TO GET RID OF THIS ASAP! AWESOME DEAL! Great R/C, VERY FUN, durable, powerful, many spare parts to keep ya goin', along with numerous sets of front/rear wheel and tire sets. 2 batteries, (3000 and 5000 NiMh) Message my hobzob with contact info. or e-mail me at aboxokittens@gmail.com if interested! I can send more pics too

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This Rustler VXL is the most fun I've ever bought. It is worth the money and a great hobby to pick up. I've had numerous R/C's since I was a kid but nothing that ever went over 5-10mph! I love riding wheelies down my block from end-to-end over and over. The Rustler is a very powerful machine with the Velineon Brushless motor system behind it. This machine is also very versatile on ALL surfaces. I love getting air from ramps. But my homemade ramps weren't enough. So I took my R/C to the local skate park. I started off slow and gradually hit the ramps faster and faster. A bit later, I wound it up from across the park and jumped a huge ramp. Luckily, there was a tree nearby to catch it in mid-air! I think I pooped myself and then rushed over to catch it before falling out of the tree. This is where High Flyer came from.


Length:17.5" (445mm)
Front Track:12.25" (311mm)
Rear Track:12.25" (311mm)
Weight:59.6oz (1.69 kg)
Height (overall):7" (178mm)
Wheelbase:11.375" (289mm)
Front Shock Length:Long
Rear Shock Length:XXLong
Front Tires (pre-glued):2.8"
Rear Tires (pre-glued):2.8"
Front Wheels:2.8"
Rear Wheels:2.8"
Electronic Speed Control:VXL3-s Electronic Speed Control
Motor (electric):Velineon Brushless motor system
Steering Servo:#2056 High Torque Waterproof
Receiver:#2216 4-Channel Micro
Gear Ratio (internal):2.72 (final drive: 10.17)
Differential Type:Planetary
Gear Pitch:48-Pitch
Transmission:Magnum 272™
Chassis Type:Modified Tub
Chassis Material:Composite Nylon
Skill Level: 2
Battery Tray Dimensions:139mm x 47.5mm x 28mm
FactoryIncluded Battery:Traxxas Power Cell
Battery (NiMH, 7-C Stick, Series 3)
Required Batteries:8 "AA" (transmitter)


This Rustler VXL isn't a "factory" Rustler VXL. It is actually just a Rustler that had Titan 12T 550 brushed motor installed. I bought the after-market Velineon Brushless motor. This motor is specifically made by Traxxas so it was an easy installation. The motor came with the VXL3-s Electronic Speed Control. This system is also water-proof. I have a parts car that has many of the same parts that will fit on my Rustler. I.e. I installed a purple aluminum anodized front bumper/protector thingy that was originally a hard black plastic one. I also installed after-market bead-loc wheels with Proline Dirt Hawg front and rear tires. I also have numerous sets of after-market wheels and tires. I custom decaled a Proline Desert Rat racing body which is clear with an Oakley decaled body. I HAVE NUMEROUS WHEELS AND TIRES PLUS A TOOLKIT FULL OF SPARE PARTS

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