By utilising many of the design features of the established 1/8th cars, the Wolf buggy offers the best combination of metal and plastic parts that deliver performance and durability without compromise on style. The oil-filled shock absorbers are spring pre-load adjustable and mounted to aluminium shock towers. Throughout the fully ball-raced drive train, there are steel drive shafts and gears with a single plastic gear taking power off the drive pinion, exactly like the 1/8th versions. The toughness of the design is evident just about everywhere and that comes from extensive testing in the most rigorous of conditions.
Control comes courtesy of a high-tech, frequency-hopping, 2.4gHz 'pistol' style radio system that is ergonomic to hold and really easy to use. The smallest steering inputs are fully transfered to the car, giving you great 'feel' as your experience increases.
The fabulous yellow/blue colour scheme is pre-coloured onto the tough PVC body shell and will take an amazing level of abuse. If that is not enough, you can upgrade to a tougher PU version (pre-coloured or clear)
This version of the Wolf has an ultra high performance brushless motor, 35A ESC and a 2 cell 2300mAh Li-Po battery, for mind bending top speed and real 'punch' out of corners. A standard Li-Po battery is an unusually high performance item for a car in this class. With such performance on tap you will need to really hone your skill to exploit it.
You even get a mains operated, balance charger as as standard. If you need more batteries to prolong the fun, your local model shop will happily oblige. Bigger capacities will really add to the fun time!
If that is still not quite enough, you can even buy the Sigma EQ Mini charger as a great way of shortening the re-charge time. If you fit Nimh batteries in the transmitter it will charge those too with the right connecting leads.