Axial introduces another first with the 1/10 scale RBX10 Ryft 4WD. This ready-to-run vehicle lets any RC driver experience the thrills of rock bouncer off-road action. Full-size rock bouncers refuse to stop — or even back down on the throttle — when facing steep climbs and massive rocks. So does the RBX10 Ryft 4WD. This ground-up new Axial vehicle handles lots of abuse and loads of power!
The RBX10 Ryft 4WD's robust, custom tube chassis is engineered from a high-strength composite plastic that withstands the hard knocks of RC off-roading — even while moving at the high speeds produced by a strong powertrain featuring a 4S-capable, 2200Kv brushless motor. Both the front and rear axles boast a durable one-piece, molded plastic, solid axle design and metal differential cover. Licensed Interco TSL Bogger tires on Raceline wheels, aided by long travel front and rear shocks, do their part to tame wild off-road tracks. These features, along with a full-time 4WD transmission, make the RBX10 Ryft a fun vehicle to send over the trails at full throttle.
Exclusive Spektrum technologies, such as Smart telemetry and AVC traction control, help even new RC drivers enjoy unstoppable performance from the RBX10 Ryft 4WD. Its Spektrum DX3 radio uses DSMR technology for superior range, response, and interference resistance. The radio is also fully compatible with the Smart telemetry potential of the vehicle's Spektrum Firma 130A Smart ESC. When using a Spektrum Smart LiPo battery, you'll stay aware of on-board battery capacity with only a glance at the transmitter's handy voltage level indicator. When the voltage gets low, an alarm will sound.
The DX3 radio and SR6100AT receiver also support the on-demand traction control of Spektrum AVC (Active Vehicle Control ) technology — included here for the first time in an Axial RTR vehicle. With an AVC system, you can dial in extra stability as needed when climbing hills or launching ledges without backing off the power. You have full-throttle freedom over rough terrain, slick surfaces and loose dirt!
The Axial RBX10 Ryft 4WD is ideal for beginner to intermediate RC enthusiasts who are interested in the rock bouncing style of off-road driving over trails, dirt, gravel, rocks and more. It's available with a striking orange or black factory-applied finish and requires nothing except a battery and charger.
- Solid axles front and rear with universal axle joints
- Robust tube chassis design
- Strong powertrain with 4S-capable brushless motor
- Full-time 4WD transmission
- Licensed Raceline wheels and Interco TSL (Three Stage Lug) Bogger tires
- Long travel front and rear shocks
- Waterproof 15kg servo
Chassis: Injection molded plastic
Completion Level: Ready-To-Run
Wheel Width: 1.6 in (40.64mm)
Approximate Assembly Time: No assembly required
Motor Size: 3660, 2200Kv
Power Type: Electric
Differential: Bevel gear
Suspension: Solid axle 4-link
Tire Tread: Interco TSL Bogger
Speed Control: Included
Tire Type: Off-road
Product Length: 21.5" (546 mm)
Charger: Sold Separately
Ground Clearance: 3.25" (82.5mm)
Vehicle Type: Rock Racer
Body: Screen printed with applied decals
Rear Track: 12.75" (323.8mm)
Spur Gear: 53T
Product Height: 8.75" (222 mm)
Battery Input Lead: IC5
Motor Type: Brushless - Sensorless
Drive Type: Forward/Brake/Reverse
Gear Pitch: 32-pitch
Wheelbase: 15.25" (387.35mm)
Ball Bearings: Full set
Wheel Color: Black
Battery: Sold Separately
Front Track: 12.75" (323.8mm)
Product Width: 12.75" (324 mm)
Shock Type: Oil-filled, Front 5.11 in (130mm), Rear 5.70 in (145mm)
Brakes: Integral with ESC
Bushing Material: Metal
Product Weight: 7.26lbs (3.29kg)
Wheel Type: Raceline Monster
In The Box:
- (1) Axial RBX10 Ryft 1/10 4WD RTR
- (1) Spektrum DX3 3-Channel 2.4GHz DSMR Radio Transmitter
- (1) Spektrum SR6100AT 6-Channel DSMR AVC/Telemetry Receiver
- (1) Spektrum Firma 130A Smart ESC
- (1) 2200Kv Brushless Motor
- (1) Product Manual
Needed to Complete:
- Battery and charger
SPEKTRUM DX3 2.4GHz DSMR TRANSMITTER
The included Spektrum DX3 radio features exclusive DSMR technology for superior range, response, and interference resistance. It's also fully compatible with the Smart telemetry potential of the vehicle's installed Spektrum Firma 130A Smart ESC. Use a Spektrum Smart LiPo battery and you can follow its capacity at a glance on the DX3 transmitter's voltage level indicator. When the battery level gets low, an alarm will sound.
SPEKTRUM FIRMA 130A SMART ESC
The feature-packed, waterproof Firma 130A Smart ESC delivers power and intelligence all-in-one — no additional vehicle modules or links required. Compatible with 2S to 4S LiPo input, this brushless ESC gives your RBX10 Ryft the ultimate drive while feeding important telemetry data straight to your DX3 transmitter in real time.
SPEKTRUM SR6100AT DSMR AVC /TELEMETRY RECEIVER
Built around frequency-agile DSMR technology, the Spektrum SR6100AT 6-channel receiver delivers superb range and response. It also features patented Spektrum AVC (Active Vehicle Control) and full-range telemetry capabilities.
AVC (ACTIVE VEHICLE CONTROL)
The DX3 radio system supports the on-demand traction control of Spektrum AVC (Active Vehicle Control ) technology. With an AVC system, you can dial in extra stability as needed to carve corners or nail jumps without backing off the power. You have full-throttle freedom over rough terrain, slick surfaces and loose dirt!
CUSTOM TUBE CHASSIS
The Axial RBX10 Ryft was designed and styled with the life-size rock bouncers in mind. Its proven, high-strength composite plastic is engineered to withstand the hard knocks of rock bouncing.
FRONT AND REAR SOLID AXLES
The RBX10 Ryft 4WD is engineered to carry a lot of power over punishing off-road tracks — as evidenced by the durable one-piece, molded plastic, solid axle design of its front and rear axles and the metal differential cover.
The suspension geometry uses a 4-link design which is optimized to reduce axle steer and to provide the proper anti-squat and roll characteristics. The 4-link system also aids against suspension wrap-up in high-power applications.
This product was added to our catalog on March 8, 2021