1/5th Scale RC Sports Car
READY TO RUN
(Just add petrol, 2 stroke oil, & 8-AA controller batteries)
Rovan's newest addition to their 1/5th Scale Line-Up the F5 built with High Quality Nylon & Alloy parts, fitted with a 36cc 2-Stroke Engine and a sports body
4-Bolt 36cc Engine
Rovan have fit a 36cc Engine into the F5 giving you an immense amount of power from the get go
The F5 Comes with adjustable shocks giving you the option to fine tune your drive by changing the shock oil weight, springs
FSGT3B 2.4 GHz Radio System
All our cars come with 2.4 GHz radio systems, this is a major improvement over the old style transmitters which were prone to interface and range issues. 3 Channels and tons of tweaking options make this one of the most popular transmitters available. All these great features add up to make a great buggy, perfect for the beginners and experts alike.
|Power System||Motor:36cc two-stroke four-point fixed gasoline engine
Servo:40KG full metal gear throttle servo (CNC metal double-sided rudder arm)
2X40KG digital metal gear steering servo
Remote Distance:About 600m
|Battery||Car Battery:6V SC4500 NiMH battery(included)|
|Other||The weight with packaging:About 22000g||Dimension||Car Size:920*475*270mm
About The engine:
Once your Car is received
Please ensure you check your car over for any loose nuts and Bolts, Threadlock as required. Please also check oil levels in your shocks and Differentials and Fill if required BEFORE use. As failure of any parts due to lack of oil or loose parts will not be covered under warranty.
Please Refer to the Starter Guide on our website for any Help before running your car
Q: What's the difference between RTR, ARTR, ROLLER and Build Kits?
A: Although this can change between Brands the general terms for these are as follows:
RTR - Ready To Run (Car comes assembled and everything is included for you to run the car however setup is still required and Transmitter Batteries may be required.)
ARTR - Almost Ready To Run (Car can come either assembled or partly assembled. Accessories are Required to complete and get the car up and running.)
ROLLER - A Roller or Rolling Chassis (Car comes assembled, without Engine or Electronics. Accessories are needed to complete this car. Setup is required.)
Build Kits - These come Unassembled, Accessories may be needed to complete (these will be listed in the description of the products). Paint can be required
Q: Can I just bash these cars straight away?
A: No, these are advanced models, they require setting up, checking over and you will be required to perform regular maintenance on them, such as but not limited to thread-locking and tightening bolts, cleaning and protecting bearings and changing and topping up shock/ diff oils. If you do not want to learn this part of the hobby we recommend purchasing a model with a smoother learning curve.
Q: What is an easy pull-start?
A: An Easy Pullstarter uses a different mechanism to the standard pull starts, they are spring-loaded and do not require as much of a pull to start the engine. If you pull the easy pull starter too hard especially whilst your engine is flooded you can break the internals and you will need to purchase a new pull-start.
Note: Please check the description of the car you have as an easy pull start and standard pull-start are not compatible with each other however as with the easy start pulling the standard pull-start too hard or whilst your engine is flooded(increased compression) will break your pull-start.