The DESC210R 2WD Short Course Truck kit uses many of the ground breaking features introduced on the hugely successful DEX210 buggy. It includes the option to run mid or rear motor, 3 or 4 gear layout, an option never before seen on a Short Course Truck. Already a winner in the 4WD Short Course class with our DESC410R, Team Durango is taking 2WD Short Course racing to the next level.
- Aluminium Big Bore oil Shocks
- Patented "Hybrid technology" gearbox design (Application no: 2 486 513)
- Perfect weight distribution through adjustable battery position (stick or saddle packs)
- Ball differential (gear differential optional)
- Steel CVD shafts
- Aluminium motor mount
- Adjustable rear suspension (camber, toe-in/out, anti squat, roll center)
- Adjustable front suspension (camber, toe-in/out, caster, roll center)
- Adjustable wheelbase
- Many optional tuning parts available
Length: 544 mm
Width: 290 mm
Wheelbase: 321-329 mm
Weight ca.: 2000 g
Int. Gear Ratio: 2.60:1
Required to Complete:
- Radio: 2 Channel radio System
- Servo (standard size 41 x 20 x 39 mm)
- 540-size motor: TKPC5015 TrakPower MS Series Sensored Brushless Motor 6.5T
- Pinion gear 48 dp
- ESC: TKPM0010 TrakPower MS-1 Sensored Brushless ESC
- Battery: TKPC0525 TrakPower 2S/7,4V 7200mAh 80C - LiPo stick pack (25 x47 x 138mm)
- Battery charger
- DESC210R Short Course Truck parts
- Assembly Manual
- Aluminium Big Bore oil shock absorbers
- Short Course Body (unpainted)
- Decal sheet
Box Size (Millimeter)
Length 670 / Width 340 / Height 216
- Brand: Durango
- Part No: H-TD102009
- Scale: 1:10
- Power Source: Electric - No Motor
- Surface Type: Off Road
- Fitment: Standard Part
- Vehicle Type: Truggy
- Build Level: Unassembled (Kit)
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