I would like to hear everyones personal opinion on the Sc10 as if you were writing a review.
I personally like the SC10 because the suspension is great. If you ever see a video on youtube you can see them fly over the jumps and land realllllly smooth. Plus they fly. They handle really good. I will send you some videos with maefield and SC10's.
The SC10's chassis just looks awesome, along with the mudflaps XD. I watched a few videos of it and it handles great!
I have the FT sc10 and LOVE it...
Ilike how it's based off the t4 truck and I like the adjustable shocks the FT kit comes with.
The only down side is the front tires the kit comes with. I have a full set of proline calibers front and rear and it handles like a dream.
the front end doesn't push through the turns nearly as bad as the slash or the blitz
I would own no other SC truck
I agree with you 100% plus you can use parts from the T4 or B4 so finding parts isn't to hard.
I am with you guys those videos are awesome. The Factory Team SC10 is definetley a racers choice.
2.4Ghz Rockstar Brushed Motor Model (now discontinued)
SC10 Team Associated's responce the the popularity of Traxxas Slash. Based off the successful T4 chassis, this truck boasts an already large aftermarket support, being able to use parts for the B4/T4 platform.
The chassis is a smooth bottom unlike the Slash's raised center. Although having less clearance, it does provide a lower center of gravity thus superior handling on the track. Unlike the Slash, Blitz and Ultima SC, the SC10 comes with Aluminum body shocks filled with 30wt oil on all four corners. The Electronics package is a 2.4Ghz Radio system with a XP200 ESC that is lipo ready, and a Reedy Radon 30,000. Tires work descent on prepared surfaces, but do not have the traction in loomy conditions. It comes with a 17t Pinion and an 88T spur, a 2.6:1 diff. it does have an externally adjustable slipper clutch.
Downfalls: The SC10 is not the most ideal for bashers, due to the lower center of gravity, and lack of waterproof electronics. The Motor can only run 6 cell NiMH or 2S Lipo batteries, and does not last very long compaired to the Team Trinity brushed motors I've owned in the past. I didn't even get a month's use out of it before it needed to be replaced. The front bumper puts a lot of stress on the front of the chassis and the front suspension tower. It has caused the chassis to break in half upon hard impact, so not idea for the speed hungry or basher, although I have not personally had any issue with it running the stock motor on my backyard track. There are complaints of the pin drive stripping out the wheels with higher power setups. There is a hex adapter to run Slash wheels that can be purcahsed if this problem arises.
As a whole it's a great truck with loads of potential. Although the motor doesn't last long it only costs around $20 to replace. The truck is one of the fastest out of the box. Considering for $30 more you can get a brushless setup for the truck it wouuld be the better option. The slipper clutch is easy to adjust even with the body and tires on. It's got a great scale look and provides a lot of fun and challenge. There is a large selection of aftermarket parts available, that will allow anyone to adjust it to their prefence and application.
Im between this and a slash...I CANT CHOOSE!
Slash: basher and an okay racer
Originally Posted by Babylicious691
SC10: Racer and an okay basher
Depends on what you want to do with it. Slash is more durable but the SC10 is better at racing. Hands down. :)
I f i win the contest i am getting the sc10