ECX has some updated versions of their popular 2wd brushed vehicles. The update looks to be a LiPo compatible ESC, and while the price stays the same on the Boost buggy ($149), prices go up $20 for the Ruckus, Circuit, and Torment to $189.
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We have previously posted about the new upgrades the 10th scale line-up from ECX is receiving for 2013. The upgrades include things like a Spektrum DX2E transmitter, new body designs, wheels/tires, and waterproof electronics.
Now ECX has announced a permanent price drop on their 10th scale vehicles. While prices from other manufactures are going up, ECX is out to save you some cash. The new prices are $149 for the Boost Buggy and the Circuit Stadium Truck, while $169 is the price point for the Torment SCT and the Ruckus Monster Truck. For more information on everything ECX hit THIS LINK for their official website.
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* New bodies/colors
* Spektrum DX2E 2.4GHz transmitters
* Waterproof Spektrum SR201 receivers
* Waterproof Dynamite 15T Tazer ESC
* Heavy duty drive-shafts
* Dynamite 15 turn motors for the Ruckus and Torment
* Dynamite 20 turn motors for the Boost and Circuit
The ECX’s are some of the most popular bashers on the market, the new updates should make them even better. Hit up the official ECX Website for more information.
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Last fall the popular ECX Torment SCT received some updates and now it looks like those updates are being applied to the rest of the ECX line-up. As you can see in the pictures, the Ruckus, Boost, and Circuit are sporting hot new looks and upgrades under the hood. Spektrum transmitters make sure the signal doesn’t get lost, waterproofing keeps them going in the wet, and new tires keep them hooked up when the going gets tough. Hit up the ECX Website for more information on all their products.
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* Torment 2.4 GHz Short Course Truck- $149
* Ruckus 2.4 GHz Monster Truck- $129
* Circuit Stadium Truck- $99
* Boost Buggy- $99
Head on over to the ECX’s official website for more information on all their products.
Have you read out latest shootout that features the ECX Ruckus? You can check it out HERE.
We just updated the Electrix Boost Review with the video below. This was during our durability testing, where we jumped it off the drivers stand roof twice! Both landings were pretty hard, but nothing broke, and we were driving immediately afterwards!
It could take a good beating for sure.. make sure to read all about it in the review!
And now ElectrixRC brings us another really inexpensive, entry level vehicle. The Boost is a 1/10 scale, electric buggy all put together and ready to go out of the box. For an entry level vehicle it’s got some nice features like full ball bearings, oil filled shocks, an adjustable slipper clutch, and multiple shock mounting positions for extra tunability. For those that are more bent on bashing than joining the rookie class you’ll find a durable gear differential. You’ll also find a Dynamite ESC and 20T motor under the orange or blue hood. If the Boost is even half as tough as the basher friendly Ruckus, this thing should take a beating like no other buggy.
The Boost will be arriving soon at a super affordable price of $129.99 for everything, battery and wall charger included. Check out the ElectrixRC website for more info.