Equally at home on creative indoor trails and challenging outdoor terrain, this Deadbolt™ is eager for adventure almost anywhere — the 1/24 scale SCX24™ chassis proves that BIG fun comes in small packages! The chassis shares many familiar features with its highly successful 1/10 scale SCX10™ inspiration. It has rugged steel C-channel frame rails with bracing and officially licensed Nitto® Trail Grappler tires on KMC® XD Machete wheels, providing the toughness and tread to tackle off-road challenges (and the freedom to face them down on-road, too). The SCX10 hinged body system has been carried over into this rig as well…so you can change the battery or check out other on-board components with barely a break in the action.
You expect solid performance from Axial® and the SCX24™ Deadbolt™ delivers, with engineering and equipment that pulls the greatest potential from its compact size. The included Dynamite™ 88T brushed electric motor supplies the torque you need to get up and over most obstacles. And despite the dimensions, it’s a pretty capable rock crawler, too! We've also included extra suspension links for adjusting your wheelbase length.
EVERYTHING IS INCLUDED!
The SCX24™ includes everything you need to get going. The product is fully assembled, and we've included batteries for the transmitter, and a LiPo battery pack and USB charger.
• Axial AX-4 2.4GHz, 3 Channel Radio System
• Axial AS-1 Servo
• Axial AE-6 ESC/Receiver Combo
• USB Charger (DYNC1062)
• Dynamite 88T 030 Brushed Electric Motor
• Dynamite 350mAh 2S LiPo 7.4V Battery Pack (DYNB0012)
• 4AA Batteries for the Transmitter
The AX-4 transmitter features a throttle trim knob for low, medium, and high speed setting, a switch for steering servo reversing, steering dual rate, a switch for third channel applications (aux port on the ESC/Receiver), steering trim, battery level indicator, a bind button, and on/off switch.
The AE-6 ESC/Receiver features a jumper for setting one of two brake options (brakes, or instant reverse), two LED light ports, an auxiliary port (channel 3), a channel 2 port, and a steering servo port.