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New SC10 4×4 From Team Associated!

The long awaited and anticipated Team Associated 1/10 scale SC10 4×4 is finally here!

Team Associated’s Area 51 design engineers have created the ultimate four-wheel-drive short-course racer. Its composite modular chassis design with sealed receiver box and removable ESC tray, combined with innovative features such as 13mm big bore shocks, a decoupled slipper clutch and a hybrid belt/gear drive system, makes the SC10 4×4 unlike any other short-course truck on the planet.

Here are some of the awesome features:

  • Unique dual gearbox drive train coupled together with a 5mm heavy duty belt system with external tension adjustment
  • 32 pitch front and rear gearboxes with sealed fluid filled differentials
  • Decoupled center slipper clutch allows for front and rear wheel drive to slip independently, resulting in more traction and stability on bumpy track conditions
  • CVAs with captured drive pins and heavy duty 6mm alloy axles
  • 12mm hex drive KMC® replica wheels front and rear with aggressive short course racing tires
  • Championship short course racing body (clear), with Team Associated decal sheet
  • 13mm blue aluminum big-bore threaded shocks with low friction X-ring seals
  • Composite modular tub chassis with Low-CG and Low Polar Moment design
  • Enclosed water-resistant receiver box, and removable ESC tray for easy clean up and maintenance
  • Ball bearing steering system with adjustable steering stops
  • All metric hardware and ball bearings throughout
  • Uses most 540 and 550 brushless motors

Really excited about this one!

5 thoughts on “New SC10 4×4 From Team Associated!

  1. Chris says:

    Why oh why did they go back in time to BELT DRIVEN, bad move. I do like the clicker idea, but i would think that would get really annoying if a field of 10 SC10 4×4 are clicking around the track

  2. Aravan says:

    that thing looks nice.

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