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Old 01-17-2008, 05:01 PM   #1
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well guys i dont know if any1 has posted this yet, and plz tell me if sum 1 did. well i was looking on the losi site and they just came out witha new losi brushless staduim truck.

heres wut it say about the truck-

1/10 Speed-T RTR


At a Glance

Bring the heat up and down your street with Losi’s fastest electric RTR ever, the Speed-T. Based on a proven, durable chassis design and ultimately an agile suspension setup, the Speed-T has the foundation to handle serious acceleration unlike any other RC truck. Losi’s revolutionary brushless power system, featuring an Xcelorin programmable electronic speed control and potent brushless motor, propels the Speed-T to top speeds in excess of 65mph. Road Weapon low profile tires mounted on Losi SpokeZ 320 Series Chrome wheels and a lowered chassis hug the ground for high-speed handling, and an installed wheelie bar keeps the wheels down to put the power to the ground. The included Losi MTX Pro Radio System with Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSM® Technology offers complete control without interference. The custom painted, low-profile aerodynamic body is designed with speed and downforce in mind for less aerodynamic drag and more traction.

More on the Brushless Power System:
The Speed-T features Losi’s revolutionary brushless power system, allowing it to achieve speeds in excess of 65mph. The fully programmable, high-output electronic speed control can handle traditional Ni-Cd, NiMH or LiPo battery packs, and offers precise throttle and braking control. The brushless motor requires virtually no maintenance, while offering unmatched efficiency and speed. Additionally, the ESC offers tons of programming options, including adjustable throttle limits, selectable beginner and expert user profiles, and much more using the Quick Programming Card.

All of this combined makes the Speed-T the only choice for serious drivers in need of serious speed.

Capable of speeds of 65+ mph!
Xcelorin Brushless Power System w/ 4800Kv motor
Losi MTX Pro Radio System with Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSM® Technology
Losi EC3 low resistance power connectors
Digital steering servo for precise control
Lowered chassis and suspension design for high-speed handling
Precision turnbuckles featuring heavy duty captured rod ends
Blue anodized aluminum and nickel plated components for added strength and durability
Low-profile body for improved aerodynamics
Losi Road Weapon 3.2 Series low-profile tires on large chrome Losi SpokeZ wheels
Installed wheelie bar
Accepts NiMH and LiPo battery packs
Product Specifications
Type:High-Performance Electric Truck

Length:20.1 in (513.1mm)
Width:12.75 in (323.9mm)
Wheelbase:11.6 in (294.6mm)
Weight:58.1 oz (1.6kg)
Suspension:4 Wheel Independent
Tire Type:320 Series, low-profile Road Weapons
Motor or Engine:Xcelorin 4800Kv Brushless
Speed Control:Xcelorin Sensorless Brushless
Radio:Losi MTX Pro Radio System with Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM Technology
Speed:65+ MPH
Ball Bearings:Complete
Minimum Age Recommendation:14 years
Recommended Environment:Outdoor

heres the link to the site- . -Wes(if ur a mod and u think this should go in another place like brushless and lipo plz move it)
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:45 AM   #2
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looks like a traxxas Jato...only electric
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Old 01-18-2008, 07:05 AM   #3
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i dont get why everyone says it looks like a jato. its a losi xxx-t with a wheely bar and a brushless. and maybe they changed the shock towers too. this cant even be called a new car because they already had a xxx-t with a brushless.

and their brushless esc looks like a novak one with a different colour and the motor is a copy of the traxxas ones.
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