For the serious off roader the Conquistador nitro monster truck makes short work of even the toughest terrains. If you are looking to race through mud, grass and even sand then this is the model for you.
With its long extra tough alloy shocks, bigger engine and stronger chassis the model has been carefully designed to tackle any off road challenge. It features a sealed radio and battery compartment to keep the dirt out and big chunky wheels for extra grip and ground clearance. The shaft driven 4WD system ensures that you wont be getting left stuck in the mud!
The model comes fully built with radio control included. Just add fuel and a glow start and prepare for some serious off road fun. Acme Tech models now come with high quality SH engines. SH engines are made in Taiwan and feature a simplified carb that makes them the easiest to start and most reliable engines on the market. Nitro engines usually have two or more tuning needles but these only have a single adjustment that makes them much easier to use without sacrificing any power.
WIDE COUNTERSUNK ALUMINIUM CHASSIS
The wide aluminium chassis protects the insides and features countersunk screws that will protect your model from any rocky or bumpy terrain damage.
Gives better durability off-road.
Disc brake give ultimate stopping power at high speeds.
Spend less time refueling and more time driving.
This truck measures 390mm x 165mm x 330mm (length, height, width)
POWERFUL .18 NITRO ENGINE
SH 18 pull-start engine made in Taiwan to ensure the highest quality.
ENCLOSED RADIO BOX
Sealed box protects the electronics from splashes and dust.
ALL NEW 2.4GHz RADIO TRANSMITTER
All new 2.4GHz radio technology is used. This is more reliable than the old FM equipment and allows multiple RC cars to be used in the same area without interference.
ADJUSTABLE ALUMINIUM SHOCKS
Adjustable aluminium oil-filled shocks that allow you to adjust the angle and tension.
|For Terrain||Off Road|
|Radio Equipment||2.4 GHz|
|Motor / Engine||.18 Nitro|
|Required To Use|
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