What does all this equate to? Value, performance, and durability in a 1/8th scale electric platform that will perform beyond the consumers’ expectations. Out of the box, ECX enthusiasts will immediately recognize the "ease of hitting the road" with everything built for them with even the transmitter coming pre-bound to the receiver. All the user has to do is provide a 2S-4S Lipo battery(s) with EC3 connector, pull the trigger and hang on.
Designed to be the ultimate 1/8th scale electric buggy targeted at the first time R/C car consumer, the ECX Revenge holds true to the ECX heritage and provides entry level surface enthusiasts with a rugged and fast, yet affordable 1/8th scale buggy. Built on a bulletproof chassis, the Revenge comes locked and loaded with a 4 wheel drive power system that was developed to handle even the most abusive of drivers while the Spektrum 2.4Ghz radio system including the waterproof SR200 receiver, waterproof electronics and 550 size Dynamite Fuze brushless power system make you wonder why the model doesn't cost hundreds more.
Powered by Dynamite and controlled by Spektrum, entry level enthusiasts can now experience the thrill of 1/8th scale bashing without experiencing the uncertainty found with lower priced or lower quality vehicles that use sub-par radio systems or ESC's that are built for much small vehicles and lower output power systems. The Revenge includes the popular DX2E 2.4Ghz transmitter and SR200 receiver providing extended range and interference free operation while the 4WD power system gets it's "juice" from the Dynamite Fuze 1/8th scale 550 size brushless system. In addition, the vehicle includes oil filled shocks, full ball bearings and comes with a unique trim scheme guaranteed to catch the eye of users looking for an affordable yet high performance 1/8th scale vehicle that looks the part.
The Dynamite Fuze waterproof 130A ESC can easily handle up to 4S of lipo power (based upon motor kv rating) and provides higher amperage output when compared to other RTR's found within the same class. What does this mean for the user? Peace of mind, knowing that you can push the vehicle hard and it will just keep going whereas lower amperage ESC's will fail sooner when using larger lipo batteries with higher cell counts and when driven as hard as we expect owners of this vehicle to drive.