always wanted to execute some crazy car maneuver, but not insane enough to do so? we say, go do it like a man – BUT in a smaller scale with this Mammuth Rewarron 1:3 Scale R/C Car. yes. it is a radio control car, so assuming all precautionary measures are taken, it should be as safe it can get. billed as the world’s first production 1:3 scale R/C car, this monster is real as anyone can get to being thrashing around with a real car. measuring a good 1.85 meters long (about 6 feet), the Rewarron is powered by a 200 or 250cc air-cooled 4-stroke engine (or 350cc for the ‘Competition’ model) that’s capable of getting this 80 kilograms (176 pounds) radio control ride up to 65 km/h (40 mph). other features include a rear rigid axle, oil-filled shocks, oil disc brakes (one on the ‘serial’ model, and four on the ‘premium’ and ‘competition’ models), and massive brakes and steering servo with up to 88kg-cm of torque.

the ‘regular’ Serial model has a throttle/brake splitter, but with the Premium and Competition models, the Rewarron will be equipped with Mammuth SuperVision that afford you control for up to four brake servos, two steering servos and a throttle servo, while offering adjustment for brake balance, traction control, ABS and among the many others – doing all these with just a 2-channel radio system. and did we mention that this magical system also provides you with telemetry data from sensors such as temperatures, voltage, RPM, fuel level, et cetera? with the Competition mode, you even get a Linux-based mini-computer to collect the data from the team cars which are stored locally and uploaded to MammuthCloud if Internet connectivity is available. the Mammuth Rewarron 1:3 Scale R/C Car is up for pre-order now from US$5,500.00 to a mammoth 15 grand for the Competition variant.

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