ZD Racing Brushless Upgraded 9106S ZMT-10 Thunder 1/10 4WD RC Car Test Drive Review

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This upgrade to the popular 9106 includes new features making it more durable than the original. Find it here https://goo.gl/XnDoZt It’s still a large and powerful hobby grade brushless RC monster truck that is tons of fun to drive. Highly dirt and water resistant, it loves kicking up dirt.

Pros
– Large 1/10 scale 4WD car/monster truck. I think this size is best for outdoor fun. Large tires and wide wheel track make this hard to roll over.
– Excellent independent oil dampened suspension system. Really absorbs the bumps in high speed driving.
– 3660 3500KV waterproof brushless motor.
– Larger 60A fan cooled ESC (vs 45A original 9106).
– Large 7.4V 2400mAh battery.
– Enclosed chassis providing splashproof protection of electronics and drive components (original 9106 had exposed components).
– Redesigned/reinforced suspension system with metal bracings and linkages (plastic on original 9106).
– Steel spur (plastic spur original 9106) and pinion gear.
– All metal under carriage plate (original 9106 no protection plate, and motor was exposed in the belly making it impact vulnerable).
– Wheelie wheels on the back (no wheelie wheels original 9106).
– 60km/h predicted top speed (45km/h original 9106).

Cons
– Advertised as waterproof. A better term would be splash proof, meaning you can send it through puddles, but don’t try turning it into a submarine.
– A little bit more expensive than original 9106. But the upgrades may be worth the extra cost.

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