Product Release – AX10 Scorpion RTC (AX90011)

By Axial Staff on Apr 15, 2009

AX10 SCORPION RTC (READY-TO-CRAWL)
Based upon the award winning AX10 Scorpion – KIT!

FEATURES

• Complete Ready-to-Crawl (RTC) out of the box
• Full Time 4 Wheel Drive (4WD)
• Mount a standard stick pack to get up and running quickly, or use the included upper link plate to mount smaller batteries lower in the chassis for improved crawling performance
• 14T pinion paired with an 87T spur gear gives you a decent amount of wheel speed and great low-end torque.
• True beadlocks
• Hi-quality composite plastic and metals
• 55T electric motor
• Durable (ESC) Electronic Speed Controller: Hi-quality forward and reverse speed controller.
• Hi-torque Metal Gear Servo help hold your line when rock crawling
• Solid rear axle lockouts improve ground clearance when crawling
• Slipper clutch: Allows motor to work more efficiently and greatly enhances the durability of the drivetrain.
• Aluminum chassis plates with a molded nylon skid plate provide a solid and rigid chassis
• Full ball bearings
• Overall gear ratio range from 15:1 to 74:1
• Transmission: Ultra compact and lightweight with a 2.6:1 ratio
• Differentials: Locked Front and Rear
• Tires: Pro-Line Hammers® with Pro-Line® Memory Foams
• Wheels: Axial 2.2 8 hole satin chrome beadlocks with “Rock” beadlock rings included
• Suspension: 3 Link
• Drive Shafts: Universal front and rear with new and improved yokes
• XC-1 Body included
• New beefed up lower links
• New stronger steering tie rods

ALL NEW SHOCKS

• 72-103mm shock length, helps lower the center of gravity
• Threaded shock body for easier pre-load adjustments
• 3.5mm shock shaft reduces lateral movement
• Cartridge style bottom helps reduce lateral movement while providing a better steal for less leakage
• Silicone diaphragm provides more consistent feel and better seal to prevent leakage
• Silicone bushing in cap holds shock in place while allowing freedom of movement to prevent binding and prevents the shock cap from popping off

CHASSIS

• Wheelbase: 316mm~332mm (12.4”~13”)
• Width: 254mm (10”)
• Height: 156mm (6.125”)
• Weight: 1588g (3.5 lbs)
• Articulation: 70°
• Ground Clearance: 68mm (2.7”)

ELECTRONICS

• Radio: 2 Channel
• Servos: 1 hi-torque metal gear (standard size)
• Forward/Reverse ESC
• Motor: 55T 540 Size


19 Comments:

  1. Default_avatar Rod Lilly Posted on 2009-04-19 08:58:07

    When can i git one and how much will it cost. I love rock crawling and my two sons want to use mine all the time. I live on a budget and like to git them one of their own and cant afford to build them each one to.

  2. Default_avatar Osvaldo Posted on 2009-04-20 16:17:38

    I hope its out soon, my dad and i want one.

  3. Default_avatar Axial Lover Posted on 2009-04-20 19:41:01

    Whats the dif between this and a rtr version? You’d think Axial would release a 1.9 comp crawler the way Losi is selling them off… Theres no other comany doing it. Axial would be the next best thing…

  4. Default_avatar axyaxy Posted on 2009-04-21 04:25:12

    Add the aluminum links with this, and you’ll have a comp ready crawler. When are those shocks going to available seperately? I already have ARTR, and those shocks seem like a great upgrade.

  5. Default_avatar Physalis Posted on 2009-04-21 09:58:46

    This RTC makes sense if it’s a real step foreward if compared to the RTR version.
    I totally agree with Axial Lover when he/she says that Axial have to release a 1.9 comp crawler (possibly with the same ARTR formula used with 2.2). I’m holding to go 1.9 as I’d like to see if something comes out from Axial.
    Axial people… we are all sure you have something ready in your labs… please release it!!!

    Cheers,
    Physalis

  6. Default_avatar axia liker Posted on 2009-05-18 15:48:14

    whats the diffrents between this one and the rtr

  7. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2009-05-21 09:19:45

    The RTC has the new shorter 4″ comp shocks, new lower links and steering tie rods, a 55t motor, Pro-Line Hammer tires with memory foams, an XC-1 body, clear lexan upper link mount plate and new stronger driveshafts.

  8. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2009-05-21 09:22:53

    The shocks should start shipping in a couple weeks. They will be a great addition to your ARTR.

  9. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2009-05-21 09:24:30

    The RTC has the new shorter 4″ comp shocks, new lower links and steering tie rods, a 55t motor, Pro-Line Hammer tires with memory foams, an XC-1 body, clear lexan upper link mount plate and new stronger driveshafts.

    We’ve talked about doing a 1.9 comp crawler, but it’s probably a long way out before we have anything ready.

  10. Default_avatar trav Posted on 2009-06-07 16:23:52

    if axial was going to bring out a 1.9 comp crawler to compete with losi’s… the could scale a 2.2 axail artr or rtr down… tht thing would crawl like a son of a ….. ;-) ive ordered my rtc after selling my kit =] i cant wait!! bad thing is a few months back i pre orederd a losi 2.2 after waiting for ever and forgetting i ordered it i found out yesterday it will be here tuesday…. stupid losi!!

  11. Default_avatar Scott Posted on 2009-06-13 15:33:50

    Thanks for the RTC Axial. I’m picking mine up next week. Can’t wait!

  12. Default_avatar jason Posted on 2009-09-04 10:42:18

    hi,
    what hop ups do you think it will take the truck to have all the same parts as the ARTR

  13. Default_avatar Peter Posted on 2009-11-04 07:54:17

    Is this thing water proof if so can you please let me know

  14. Default_avatar Ryan Posted on 2009-11-23 14:39:43

    Can you add upgrade parts for a kit ax-10 to the rtc truck

  15. Default_avatar tom Posted on 2010-04-23 19:31:54

    can i get rid of the servo saver and get aluminum links all around? if so im getting one.

  16. Default_avatar Adam Posted on 2010-09-06 14:07:33

    rtc or rtr ?

  17. Default_avatar devon Posted on 2011-08-22 08:13:46

    i keep stripping my servo saver, my worst run is three in one night. is there an upgrade to get rid of the plastic

  18. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2011-08-22 08:55:16

    Your best bet is to buy an aluminum servo horn, and ditch the servo saver. The stock RTC servo has metal gears so you will be fine. Try to find an aluminum horn that is compatible with Futaba servos, and similar in length to the servo saver.

  19. Default_avatar rcroks Posted on 2012-01-20 13:37:03

    got one of these 4 my b-day in ocyober, lotz of fun!

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