The Losi 1/10-scale Ten-SCTE 4wd Short Course rolling chassis is unlike anything you’ve seen. With oversized 12mm anodized threaded shocks, Eclipse Short Course truck tires and lightweight black anodized aluminium chassis, the Ten-SCTE’s performance is unforgettable. Because it’s a rolling chassis, this short course truck comes out of the box pre-assembled at the factory with wheels, tires and a clear body, but without electronics allowing you ti complete the truck using the electronics of your choice.
More testing videos from the Durango DESC410R, this time Austrian Hupo Honigl running the car at his track in Vienna. In it you can see how well the car appears to take jumps and the amount of traction it has, with the triple and its short run up being a good example.
Team Durango are reporting that for the last month, two-time World Champion Brian Kinwald, has been testing the DESC410R. Asking Brian how he felt the testing had gone he said “After driving a few different 4wd Short Course trucks I can honestly say that the Team Durango DESC410R feels like you’re cheating! When you’re out on the track it has more steering and superior suspension capabilities over any other truck by far. I won’t name names, but many top drivers have seen it run and they all say the same thing, ‘That’s not even fair’. I have only run it for a few weeks and already I’m in love…” Thanks to Brian’s work, Durango are getting close to announcing the final launch date of this new car.
Durango has announced that the DESC410R has passed all the pre-production tests and has been given the green light for production. They now just need to check the final packing and sign off the instruction manual, and if all goes to plan then the DESC410R will be shipping at the end of January.
Having brought you the first photos of the new DESC410R at the start of the week, Durango have released an additional image to better show the standard rear bumper. Smaller than those seen on other cars, as it is a race spec car so they didn’t want to add too much weight, the bumper does a good job of protecting the car from nose up landings without throwing you off the racing line. Finally, they wanted to say that the tires shown in the photos will not be included in the kit, as racers will buy what’s best for their track.
Hong Nor have released the ready-to-run version of their SCRT10 nitro. This truck is 100% fully assembled with the Hong Nor HNT-3 2.4G radio and a .18 rear exhaust pull-start engine. Supplied with a painted body with stickers already pre-applied, the car is ready to run right out of the box.
Having released CAD images back in September, Durango now have released full information and images for their new short course truck. The DESC410R is a truly race-bred 4WD Short Course truck. Having taken the fastest elements from their DEX410 buggy, they added some new trick designs and components, and created the most race-focused SC truck available.
The guys at Thunder Alley got in touch to tell us about their Turkey Cup Short Course Classic that takes place on the 6th of November. The race is open to 2wd stock, 2wd mod, 4wd Open and kids under 14 years old and along with paying your entry fee you must bring along $10 worth of non perishable food items that will benefit the San Bernardino County Food Bank for the holidays. Entries are now open and you can find more information on the Thunder Alley site here.