BX4.18BL Brushless 2.4GHz RTR

Brand: Dromida

Part Number: H-DIDC0053

£107.34 Web Price RRP £112.99

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Put yourself at the wheel of the BX4.18BL buggy and feel the rush of insane speeds! A brushless power system delivers incredible performance, which is enhanced even further when you drop in a LiPo battery (optional). Durable construction combined with 4WD means you can drive the BX4.18BL with confidence, and it comes completely assembled with everything you need. Plus, at just over 10" long, this off-roader is equally at home on a garage floor as it is outdoors!

- Fully assembled vehicle
- Up to 30 mph
- Complete set of ball bearings
- Oil-filled shocks
- Aluminum motor mount
- 4WD system with gear differentials, front & rear
- Independent wheel suspension wheel camber adjustable
- D100 2.4 GHz RC system with trims and dual rates
- 5300 kV High-Speed brushless motor
- Waterproof receiver
- Waterproof BE-18 Brushless ESC
- Four (type AA) batteries included
- 7.2 V 1300 mAh NiMH battery
- 220 V AC NiMH wall charger
- Many option/upgrade parts are available to boost performance even more!
- Maximum speed adjustable
Technical specifications:
- Length: 260 mm
- Width: 182 mm
- Height: 100 mm
- Wheelbase: 165 mm
- Ground Clearance: max. 25 mm
- Weight: 618 g *
- (* incl. battery)
- Battery tray dimensions (LxWxH): 101x37x17 mm

Full proportional RC functions:
- Right/left/forward/brake/reverse

- 100% RTR - Everything you need for your first run is already in the box!


- Fully assembled incl. 2.4 GHz RC system, brushless motor & ESC, servo, manual (multilingual), AC-charger, all batteries included

Box Size (Millimeter)

Length 415 / Width 330 / Height 150

Product Manuals


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