Today we do a test run with the cool truck unmanned Rustler 2WD 1/10 scale Traxxas, and see how it behaves. If you are a fan of vehicles unmanned Traxxas, or remote control toys in general, or if you just need speed, read on to learn all about this wonderful racing truck specimen, vehicle manufacturing in the lead unmanned of high quality.

Introduction

The truck unmanned Traxxas Rustler is a truck 2WD at 1/10 scale, designed with two objectives in mind: speed and fun! And he definitely achieved both! Suitable for users 14 and older, the Rustler measuring 44.5 cm long by 31.1 cm wide (17.8 cm) and is equipped with a modified engine Titan 550-12 towers allowing speeds maximum of 56 km / h. It is also equipped with servo-2056 high-torque, enabling a more responsive and reliable direction (even at full speed) and a single tire configuration, with different tires on the front and rear. At the rear is a pair of tires Alias ​​with two pins, and in front is a pair of smooth and ribbed tires that look a bit like the tires of racing cars to open-wheel. Add to that the complete sealing of the electronic components of the Rustler, suspension oil that is part of an independent suspension system with powerful springs, and NiMH battery iD 7 cell 3000 mAh Traxxas able to provide up to 15 minutes of activity on a single charge (you can perform with the DC fast charger 2 Amp included), and you have a powerful race truck guided in your hands!

Put To The Test

I tested my Traxxas Rustler on different surfaces to see on what grounds it behaves better and know what kind of surface provides the most pleasure to the user. The first place I tested was a large parking lot and cemented empty. It was overall one of the best surfaces, and it was mainly due to the capacity of the Rustler get excellent traction and excellent response on the flat surface, but rough and porous, a cemented ground. I loved to roll the Rustler on cement, because I could make tight turns at any speed, and I could also go from zero to maximum speed in no time. The cement was really a fun area for Rustler!

Right next to the cement parking lot was a flat land where there were stones the size of a golf ball (technically, it was also a parking lot). It was very tempting to go check it out, so I went. Unfortunately, from the beginning, the Rustler did not appreciate this type of terrain. In fact, I had to abandon the idea after only 2 minutes, because the stones were bouncing the Rustler at every turn, and the only injuries I suffered during the duration of my test occurred on this land. Nevertheless, it was interesting to see how the truck responded in such circumstances, and my attempt taught me some valuable lessons. First, if you plan to drive on very rough terrain, you may want to slow down the pace. Then, it is sometimes good to go head high; so I quickly abandoned the experiment, before breaking anything.

I then went to a nearby park, where a large grassed area is located. This place was a challenge for the Rustler for a completely different reason. I’m not entirely sure I understand if it were a traction problem or understeer, but I realized that I could not make sharp turns or at full speed circles on the grass . If I slowed down significantly, I could maneuver the Rustler on grass in almost all directions, but at high speed, I had to make my turns and my circles as widely as possible, otherwise totally lose control of the vehicle and finished my race in the bushes. To be frank, I do not think the Rustler was designed to run primarily on grassy areas. Fortunately, my next attempt to find the ideal terrain driving, I hit the jackpot!

The fourth and final point of my tour for fun with the Rustler (since I do not have access to a track dedicated to ROV) was a park where there is a large gravel field. By cons, it was not large stones on which the Rustler could rebound, as the site n o 2. It was a much better flattened surface which was generally quite smooth and flat, and which mainly contained that tiny stones. It was the ideal surface for Rustler! I must say that this area was, in many ways, almost more fun than the cemented parking lot! This is explained by the fact that I could run all circles and curves I wanted, what I did, throwing dust and gravel as soon as I could! The Rustler is perfectly control on this type of surface, and are easily reached its top speed. However, none of the tested surfaces not reached the height of cement, which seemed to offer the perfect combination of density and strength for the Rustler there can bite and stay totally in control.

Conclusion

If you are looking for a fun and fast remote-controlled truck best manufacturer of the world of miniature vehicles, you can not go wrong with Traxxas Rustler amazing! It’s a beautiful truck with some of the latest technologies (including a patent-pending technology that improves and makes more consistent traction control system), and rolling in the wake of a long legacy of excellence to provide hours of enjoyment to fans of unmanned vehicles. In fact, I did some research about the Rustler, and I discovered that it dates from the 1990s, perhaps even more. Obviously, the current version of Rustler is of its time and has most of the technologies of the time, then it is as good or probably better, than any unmanned vehicle in its class. I certainly recommend it to enthusiast unmanned vehicles wishing to invest in a good entry or midrange machine. It’s great fun to roll a truck you can really be proud of. Until next time, happy and radio control!

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