January 26, 2023

Redcat LRH285 Designers Show Kit

Redcat’s has released it’s popular LRH285 chassis as a slider in response to a growth in the RC lowriders scene.  This is the same chassis used on the popular Redcat SixtyFour and FiftyNine hopping lowriders but with lots of chrome.  Called the LRH285 Designers Show Kit, it includes an overwhelming amount of chrome parts making it the perfect kit for those who want to create their own show-worthy custom RC Hopping lowriders.  Redcat lowriders are designed for slow cruising and performing hopping lowrider tricks that are possible because of the purpose built LRH285 chassis, which uses a realistically simulated hydraulic suspension.  The LRH285 chassis replicates the unique movement of a full-size hopping lowrider.  The LRH285 Designers Show Kit is a fully assembled slider and includes a LRH285 hopping lowrider chassis, brushed motor, servo horns, mounting hardware for your electronics.  The kit is made to give builders an opportunity to craft their very own custom lowriders, so it does not include a body, wheels, tires, radio system, ESC, servos, battery or charger.

Slider version of the specially designed LRH285 hopping lowrider chassis w/ motor, servo horns, mounting hardware for electronics and many chrome parts

Chrome Parts: Chrome chassis, chrome frame rails, chrome transmission case and gear cover, chrome
front suspension arms, chrome V2 steering arms, chrome front lifting bell cranks, chrome steering tray,
chrome rear axle housing, chrome center driveshaft and chrome trunk pan.

Motor: Brushed motor included

Drive System: 2WD

Transmission: Single speed

Suspension: Solid rear axle and independent front suspension. Patented suspension design uses three servos (sold separately) to simulate hydraulics

Shocks: four coil over shocks
Patented front suspension hopping mechanism

Source: Redcat Racing [redcatracing.com]


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