Saturday, March 2, 2024

Axial SCX10 III Jeep Wrangler Off-Road Trail Truck Review

The wait is over Axial Racing fans and we’re happy to say it was well worth the wait! The new Axial SCX10 III Jeep Wrangler Rubicon JLU Kit is now hitting the streets and we got our hands on it for one of our in depth reviews. This is pretty much an all new rig. Axial enthusiasts were looking for a next level SCX10 based release and the Axial crew delivered. This rig has portal axles, a 2-speed gearbox, an included dig and an adjustable chassis. The plastics on here are higher end than the plastics used on previous generation models. Beyond the chassis features there are new tires and a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon body that is sure to impress. The level of scale detail throughout the kit is an all new level for the team in green. In this review, we talk about features, the build, take it out for a drive and give you our performance impressions. This is your one stop review to get all the info you need if you’re interested in the Axial SCX10 III Jeep Wrangler Rubicon!

Axial SCX10 III Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
By: Horizon Hobby
Part Number: AXI03007
MSRP: $369.99
Buy: https://snp.link/d29b73ff
You’ll need: 2-Channel Radio with servo and receiver, 7.2v battery, charger

Additional Items Used
Spektrum SX107 Micro Servo- SPMSSX107 https://amzn.to/3dBbzId
Spektrum Servo Extension- SPMA3050 https://amzn.to/35WJGYA
Spektrum S6390BL Servo- SPMSS6390BL
Spektrum Rugged DX5- SPM5200 https://amzn.to/3dAYn60
Tekin BX-R ESC- TEKTT1094 https://snp.link/fd47ee0f
Dynamite Reaction 7.4V Shorty LiPo- NA
Tamiya Translucent Orange- PS-43 https://amzn.to/2LkW8aQ
Tamiya Copper- PS-14 https://amzn.to/3coko84
Tamiya Black- PS-5 https://amzn.to/2SSrTMA

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Note: A lot of time was spent on this review, I mean a lot. But I did misspeak a few times in the video and redoing it just wasn’t feasible. I call the internal transmission gears steel when they are a metal alloy. I also say the servo horn is metal when it’s also an alloy. We’re sure you can see the differences yourself, but do apologize for any confusion.

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