Arrma Fury BLX - Full Review

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Here's my full review of the Arrma Fury BLX. This 2wd 1/10th scale fully loaded ShortCourse truck from Arrma can take a beating and still perform! Arrma packs everything you need in one box to get you going on day one, and with a couple of extra items you'll be going FAST, wait, Super FAST!
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Check out these videos to get your self caught up on the Arrma Fury BLX:
Running/Durability Test:
BLX/MEGA Compare:
Arrma never disappoints when it comes to looks, durability and pricepoint. The 1/10th scale Fury 2wd Shortcourse truck comes in a variety of platforms including the Mega, BLS and BLX versions. Each step up the ladder gets you a bit more speed for your skill level. The BLX version (In this video) adds brushless power and a few durability upgrades like an aluminum ladder chassis support and front skid plate. This RTR version gives you everything you need in the box to get started (except 4 AA batteries - But that why you have a TV remote!)
Want to see the entry level pricepoint MEGA version of this truck?
Here's where I got it and some information from Arrma:
This is the Brushless Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled 1/10 scale,
Fury BLX Short Course Truck from Arrma.
Battery and Charger Included.
Chassis: Twin vertical aluminum plates 0.098" (2.5mm) thick
with double chassis rails and alloy front chassis plate, batteries
fit under chassis-no need to remove body to change batteries
Drive: Rear wheel with steel driveshafts and axles
Motor: 540 size 4-pole 3600kV brushless motor
Pinion Gear: Steel, 48 pitch 18 tooth
Spur Gear: Composite plastic 48 pitch 87 tooth
Radio: ATX100 2.4GHz 3-channel with lightweight ARX100 receiver,
with trims, servo reversing & dual-rate steering
Electronic Speed Control: Waterproof BLX80 ESC with LiPo cutoff
Battery: 7-cell 4600mAh NiMH with Dean's connector, battery tray
takes maximum size battery of 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.1" (157 x 48 x 27mm)
Battery Charger: Wall type charger
Receiver Box: Waterproof and dust proof
Body: Trimmed and painted
Transmission: Metal gear, brushless ready
Slipper Clutch: Machined alloy gears, adjustable for different track
Suspension: Fully independent
Differential: Metal gear, oil filled
Shocks: Oil-filled composite body
Tires: dBoots Sidewinder with dBoots foam inserts 1.6" (41.5mm) wide
4.05" (103mm)
Wheels: Five spoke short course style with bead lock style
rims 1.6" (40mm) wide, 2.2" (56mm) diameter, 12mm hex
Camber: Adjustable front and rear, camber refers to the angle of the
tops of the tires from vertical when viewed from front or behind
Caster: Adjustable, caster/toe-in refers to the angle of the front
suspension when viewed from the side of the car in relation to
the chassis
Steering: Bellcrank type with servo saver
Warranty: Two year limited beginning at date of purchase
RTR Fury BLX Short Course Truck with Red Body and 2.4GHz Radio, ESC,
Steering Servo, Brushless Motor, Tires, Wheels, Foam Inserts,
Decals, Instruction Manual, Battery and Charger
AA Batteries: Four for transmitter
Building and track equipment
Length: 21.25" (540mm)
Width: 11.6" (295mm)
Height: 7.9" (200mm)
Wheelbase: 13" (330mm)
Ride Height: 1.6" (40mm)
Weight: 4.3lbs (1.95kg) without battery
Length: 21.4" (544mm)
Width: 11.4" (289mm) at rear wheels, widest point
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