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ECX K&N Torment Short Course Truck Review

ECX K&N Torment Short Course Truck Review

If you’ve been bashing for any amount of time then you are already familiar with the 2wd ECX Torment from Horizon Hobby. It has proven to be the bash machine of choice for many people and won our Short Course Truck Shootout not that long ago. The latest version of the Torment is much the same but comes with some [...]

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ECX K&N Torment Edition Unboxing

We recently posted photos of the Horizon Hobby and K&N Air Filters Vaterra 2015 K&N Ford Mustang GT Drift Car, and it seems like people are really enjoying the new livery, so here are the unboxing photo’s of the K&N Torment from ECX! To get full details check out This Link over on ECX’s official website. Hit This Link to read more [...]

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ECX K&N Torment 2WD SCT

ECX K&N Edition Torment 2WD SCT

If you are a short course type of guy, the K&N Filters and Horizon Hobby collaboration has also produced the K&N Edition ECX Torment. The body on the latest Torment is officially licensed by K&N and is sporting Bradley Morris livery, one of the best up and coming drivers in the off-road world. Underneath is the well known 2wd Torment [...]

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Brushed 2wd Short Course Truck Shootout Group 2

Brushed 2WD Short Course Shootout is Here!

Finally! We have been talking about doing this shootout for a long time. We have received tons of emails asking us to do it, and it’s finally here! This shootout has the Traxxas Slash vs ECX Torment vs ARRMA Fury vs HPI Blitz! We went with the 2WD Brushed versions of these trucks as we have done other variations in [...]

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ASK Cubby

ASK Cubby- You Ask the Questions, I Make Up the Answers

“Build yourself 1/8 scale truggy Good evening sir, Been in the hobby with my 12yo son now for just over 2 yrs. Went with a rustler that had been extremely good. Now I want to go bigger and am wondering if you had any opinion on a build it yourself 8th scale truggy. Don’t need a remote or batteries, esc and motor [...]

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ASK Cubby

ASK Cubby, 02.12.2014, Version- Hey Look! More Letters!

“Lipo in ECX Torment Hey BigSquid, I am trying to put a 2s lipo battery in my sons ECX Torment and I was told I have to change the jumpers on my speed controller but I can’t find any jumpers. When I called Horizons they said that lipo is not compatible but in your review you said to do this upgrade and [...]

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Boom Racing Aluminum Upgrades ECX Torment Circuit Ruckus

Boom Racing Aluminum Upgrades for the ECX 2wd Torment, Rucku…

Are you proud of your ECX 2wd Torment, Ruckus, or Circuit? Want to make it all it can be? Just want to uber-it-out? Boom Racing has announced a slew of aluminum upgrades to give your ECX a trick new look and to make it tougher than ever. To suit your taste, all the upgrades are available in four different colors- [...]

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RPM ECX Bellcrank set

RPM Servo-Saver Eliminator & Bellcrank Set for ECX 2wds

The ECX line of 2wd bash-mobiles are some of our favorites. They are affordable, fun to drive, and can take a good bashing. However, their servo saver is on the weak side, and their bellcranks have some slop in them. The crew at RPM have come up with an affordable fix for those issues, a new bellcrank set that is [...]

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RPM ECX Caster Blocks

RPM Heavy Duty Caster Blocks for ECX 2WDs

Have you been modding your ECX 2WD to make it as tough as it can be? If so, you should put a set of RPM Heavy Duty Caster Blocks on your “to order” list. Made from RPM’s legendary plastic, these are up to 20% thicker in key breakage areas and use a strengthening ridge to make them more rigid than [...]

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RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers for the ECX Vehicles

RPM RC Continues the love for all things ECX! Their latest Oversized Rear Axle Carriers will fit the ECX Boost, Ruckus, Circuit, and Torment 2wd vehicles. The new carriers fix several issues such as bearing life due to RPM allowing 5x11mm bearings instead of the stock 5x10mm. They are also much more durable over stock, as to be expected from [...]

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RPM Rear Arms ECX Torment Ruckus Circuit

RPM Rear A-arms for 2wd ECX Torment, Ruckus & Circuit

RPM has new rear a-arms for the ECX Ruckus/Circuit/Torment. Not only are the RPM arms much stronger than the stock units, but they are also higher performance. The RPM arms are built to tighter tolerances and are 21% lighter than the stock arms. Stronger, plus higher performance, plus lifetime warranty, equals winning! The part number for the rear arms is #70462, [...]

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ECX Version 2.1 Updates

Version 2.1 Update for 2wd Brushed ECXs

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. To check out all the products that ECX offers here is a link to their [...]

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RPM ECX Front A-arms Ruckus Circuit Torment

RPM Front A-Arms for ECX Torment, Ruckus & Circuit

For all you ECX owners, the good folks over at RPM RC have announced Front A-Arms for the Torment, Ruckus, and Circuit. In typical RPM fashion, the new arms were designed for extreme use, built much beefier than that stock units, yet with tighter tolerances to reduce slop. Larger bosses are used in the hinge pins areas to reduce breakage, [...]

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ASK Cub Reporter, 09.05.2013, Version- Hey Look, More Questi…

Torment Xtreme LCG Kit I have a new Torment and I’m interested in putting an Xtreme LCG kit on my truck. My only question is, what is the ground clearance after you put the Xtreme LCG kit on the Torment? How does this truck compare to a 2wd Slash with the STRC LCG kit on it as far as handling goes? I [...]

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ECX Brushless Ruckus

Hot – ECX Torment & Ruckus Brushless Powered Editions

Both the ECX Torment SCT and the ECX Ruckus have made quite an impact on the bashing scene. Now ECX has made them even more powerful by releasing brushless powered versions. A Dynamite 3300kv 4 pole brushless motor is used to give the two trucks a healthy increase in power, while heavy duty driveshafts help to make it bulletproof. The part [...]

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