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HPI Savage Flux HP Brushless System RTR

Updated on October 10, 2009

When you were a child you probably had RC cars that you just loved. If you were like most children, you spent hours with your friends driving and racing and seeing what all your little radio controlled car was capable of. This is what childhood memories are made of and you may look back on these days fondly. If so, did you know that these cars are not just for kids? You don't simply have to look back on your time with fond memories, you can create new ones today by buying a grown up version of what you had as a child.

If you want an RC car that will really blow your childhood memories out of the water you my want to look into a HPI Savage car. These cars are known as the cream of the crop in RC cars. If you are looking to race your car this will be a great way to go out and beat the competition. If you have friends that are into radio controlled cars you will be the subject of all of their envy when you show up with an HPI Savage car. These cars are known to be quite fast and when compared to the real things it is like comparing a Honda to a race track car, there simply is no comparison!

When you start shopping for a new radio controlled car you will soon find that the cars have come a long way since you were a kid and will offer you as much fun and good memories as an adult. There are many different cars to choose from as well as add on options that will make your car as fast as you had ever dreamed your car could be as a child!

HPI Savage FLUX Brushless

Therefore I'm introducing to you the HPI Savage Flux HP Brushless System RTR with the flowwing specs:

== Key Features == / / * Extra-Low CG - The Flux Tork 2200 motor sits extremely low in the chassis, providing as low a center of gravity (CG) as possible, and the twin battery packs ride on the outside of the TVP chassis for easy access / * Twin Battery Power - Brushless motors like the Flux Tork 2200 are already super powerful with just one battery compared to their older brushed ancestors, so you can imagine what two battery packs will be able to provide! The Savage Flux HP can take up to 16 NiMH cells (split up with 2 x 6-cell, 2 x 7-cell or 2 x 8-cell battery packs) or 2 LiPo packs of either 2S 7.4v or 3S 11.1v construction. The battery boxes feature vents to keep the batteries cool, and we suggest using official Deans zero-loss battery plugs. / * Flux Tork 2200 Motor -The Flux Tork 2200 motor is one of the biggest and most powerful brushless motors available, and was selected specifically for its massive power delivery and voltage handling. It can take up to 25 volts of power, delivering hordes of power / * Flux Blur ESC - With the capacity to handle up to 6S LiPo power and more NiMH cells than can actually fit in the Savage Flux HP, the Flux Blur electronic speed control can take anything you can possibly throw at it and keep coming back for more! / * All-Metal Transmission Gears - The Savage Flux HP features all-metal transmission gears to make sure that power delivery is uninterrupted and every jolt of power gets from the motor to the tires efficiently and with no worry of damage to the gears / * SF-5 High Torque Metal Gear Steering Servo - HPI designers chose a super-strong, extra-tough high torque metal gear servo. With nearly 9kg of force per centimeter (thats 126psi!), the SF-5 will get the GT-2 tires turning easily at any speed! / * Savage Wheelie Bar Incluced - The #85245 is included as standard, ready for you to bolt on in case you want to pull impressive wheelies

I my humble opinion, this is one of the fastest monster trucks available. It is electric, I know but it still has all the fun and it is fast! With LiPo batteries the HPI Savage Flux HP can achieve an amazing speed of 62 Mph!!! Watch the video on this hub and you will be amazed. Get your's now from Amazon, you try to find a deal on eBay on the links below.

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