Item #: HPI104246
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FeaturesThe King of the Savages has arrived! The all-new Ready-To-Run HPI Savage XL w/2.4GHz is the extra-large, extra-tough and extra-powerful big brother to the Savage X monster truck. For improved stability and handling, the Savage XL has a 55mm longer wheelbase and a 25mm wider track. With a longer wheelbase, wider stance and huge 5.9cc (.36 cubic inch) engine, the Savage XL is ready to rock and roll right out of the box. The HPI design team added strategically strengthened hop-up parts to tame the massive K5.9 power for unmatched durability. The Savage XL soaks up the rough stuff with ease because it’s the biggest, toughest, and most powerful Savage ever! The Savage XL definitely looks the part of the massive monster truck! The extended wheelbase is the perfect evolution of the Savage design, and the extended chassis and larger tires are a perfect match for the new, bigger ‘GT Gigante’ body!
The reliable and sturdy HPI TF-20 2.4GHz radio controls the Savage XL, giving you superb control in a well-designed pistol-grip radio! The steering wheel design makes you feel as if you're actually driving the truck, and the trigger-style throttle and brake controls provide you with finger-sensitive action when accelerating and stopping! The radio transmitter features DSSS technology that eliminates the need for frequency crystals so you can drive with your friends without worrying about frequency conflicts or interference. The TF-20 has servo reverse switches, easy access to radio adjustments and simple AA battery replacement.
The steering for the XL is handled by the tough metal-gear HPI SF-50 high-torque servo, which has plenty of grunt to turn the front wheels at all speeds. A truck this size needs the power and torque of a strong servo, and the SF-50 is just the ticket. To make sure the servos have plenty of juice, the Savage XL includes a rechargeable HPI 1200mAh NiMH receiver battery pack and charger. Recharging is easy with the charging jack built into the radio box - just remove the rubber plug and insert the charging plug.