I felt fresh about 8IGHT 2.0 4WD RTR because it is designed with the entry-level racer in mind. With 8IGHT 2.0 4WD RTR, they are taking everything to a whole new height. The looks are amazing and can make your racing story very engaging and gripping. I know that this might not be applicable for all racers but many will enjoy it has great power for showdown.
Losi’s 1/8-scale 8IGHT 2.0 Ready-To-Run Nitro Buggy makes it easier than ever for nearly anyone to experience the excitement of driving a 1/8-scale buggy or to get into off-road 1/8-scale competitive racing. Primarily engineered with the entry-level racer in mind, the 8IGHT 2.0 RTR is completely assembled and ready-to-run with the chassis, wheels, tires and electronics already installed.
The installed Losi 350 engine provides an optimum amount of power for the 8IGHT 2.0 RTR buggy, whether dominating a race or just bashing in the backyard. This potent .21-sized performance engine is specifically built for 1/8-scale off-road buggies and legal for sanctioned racing worldwide. A tuned pipe is also included for outstanding performance from the first time the engine is fired up. I saw its video on grayson hobby as well as on YouTube.
The included Spektrum DX3S 3-Channel sport radio system with 2.4GHz DSM technology lets 8IGHT 2.0 RTR drivers and racers experience the next level in precise control, while offering the added benefit of integrated telemetry. The addition of integrated telemetry gives any user real-time information such as head temperature, speed in mph/rpm and voltage information. Plus, Spektrum’s exclusive 2.4GHz DSM technology provides an interference-free signal so you can run your 8IGHT 2.0 RTR anywhere without worry.
I have already said that 8IGHT 2.0 4WD RTR is a showdown model. Everything looks engaging and that makes our racing experience a whole great better. You might find some Nitro Fuel issues, but overall it’s a cavalcade of razzle-dazzle.