Sen Racing M Sport Puma Rally Car: A Sneak Peek
The Perfect Timing
I was expecting it, so it wasn’t like a surprise, but it was perfect timing on a rally car this time. It’s not raining today at Ford fuma world rally car now, quite often when I get a brand new RC car, one that’s like not been released yet, I like to have a sneak peek here. Put this new rally, car from sen racing I’ve not looked at yet.
The Money Shot
Oh look at this oh upside down. Look at this brand new from sen races, the M sport Puma rally, one a 1 8 scale ready to run rally car fully licensed four wheel, drive powered by Hobby wing and Savox brushless and it looks awesome pause the video. If you properly want to look at the specs, there theres also a link in the description to it. I am looking forward to getting this out of the box. 2S novice Advanced wow. Look at it. Oh man, instructions and tools, a standard, send racing controller, its not my favorite, but its fully functional. So it does the job. So apparently, this has been two years in the making. Oh look at it: oh wow, thats, so cool Sun racing. What can I say that is the money shot wow? I dont know how this is coming out on video, but it looks so its so nice. I would have expected bigger than 1 8. Maybe is one tenth isnt, it thats a HPI: oh yeah, yeah there we go put it next to a one tenth, its definitely uh.
Hobby Wing Max 10 – A Look at the Suspension
The Hobby Wing Max 10 is a brushless motor with a 3658 shaft driven four wheel drive, full metal diffs, and oil shocks. It has a mod one gear and alloy shock towers, giving it a nice look. The suspension feels quite soft, which is ideal for this type of vehicle.
The Hobby Wing Max 10 has gaps in the front to let air flow through. This helps to keep the motor cool and running efficiently.
It is unclear whether the Hobby Wing Max 10 has a slipper clutch, as this is not listed on the box. However, it is likely that it does have one, as this is a common feature on brushless motors.
The Hobby Wing Max 10 comes with Pirelli P Zeros tires, which are a soft compound. This is ideal for vehicles with a lot of wheel speed, but may not last very long.
The Hobby Wing Max 10 is capable of taking 4S 3000 KV batteries, although this is not stated on the box. This is a good feature, as it allows for more power and speed.
The Motor Mount and Heat Sink
The motor mount looks like it is designed to be a bit of a heat sink, which is a great feature. The servo is tucked under the receiver box, front bumper, rear bumper and diffuser. The alloy centerpiece is a nice addition to the chassis and all the hex hardware looks great. The bottom arms look quite thick, which is a really cool design.
The mod one gear is adjustable, with adjustable camber up front and adjustable toe and camber on the rear. There is a big battery tray and metal drive shafts in the rear, as well as what looks like drive shafts in the front rather than CBDs. The shocks are adjustable with adjustable collars.
The body looks standard, with no option for lights. There is a big wing at the back.
The Test Drive
The steering seems not too bad, although it rubs a bit on the body and may need a little trim. A 2s and 3s charge was given and the car was taken for a test drive. The car performed well, although there was some rubbing on the body.
Full Throttle: A Review of the WR8
Acceleration and Braking
The WR8 is a powerful vehicle with excellent acceleration and braking. When accelerating, the front of the car comes up and when braking, the nose dips down. This is an impressive feature that makes the WR8 a great car to drive.
Speed and Handling
The WR8 can reach speeds of up to 49 kilometers per hour (30 miles per hour) on two cells. This is a good speed for a car of its size. The handling is also good, with the car being able to take sharp turns with ease. However, the body of the car can be a bit twitchy when under full power, and can catch on the back, making it a bit squirrely.
The WR8 is not great for jumping, as the body of the car can catch when trying to jump off a curb. This can be fixed by trimming the body, which will make the car more responsive and able to take jumps with ease.
Theyre gon na look into it and see if they can make some changes to the body to make it hook up a bit better.
Sen Racing M Sport Puma Rally: A Review
Grip and Control
The Sen Racing M Sport Puma Rally has a fair amount of grip, as long as you don’t go crazy on the throttle. It has a WRH feel about it and rips around corners. However, the wrong tires for this surface can make it difficult to control.
Body Hooking Up
The body hooking up on the rear tires was a bit frustrating. Sen Racing is looking into it and see if they can make some changes to the body to make it hook up a bit better.
The M Sport Puma Rally was able to reach full throttle around a corner at 45 miles an hour. This is where a gyro would come in handy to help with control.
The Awesome RC Car
RC cars are a great way to have fun and enjoy the outdoors. This article will discuss the performance of one particular RC car and its features.
This RC car performs really well and is very fast. It slides around corners and grips well at speeds of up to 30 miles an hour and 2s 45 on 3s. It is also able to handle three packs without any issues.
The RC car is also very durable. After running it, there was only some minor gravel rash on the chassis and a few scrapes underneath. The tires held up well and there was no need for any repairs.
When inspecting the car after running it, it was discovered that a part was missing. After looking back at the video of the unboxing, it was determined that the part was missing from the box. Fortunately, the part was found in the spares and the car was able to be fixed.
Max Tenant Motor: A Cool Running Machine
The Max Tenant Motor is a cool running machine. Its ESC is geared perfectly for 3s, but it can also handle 4s with a few modifications.
Testing the Motor
The motor was tested with 4s and it worked well, although the software needed to be changed. The programmer module was also tested, but it wouldn’t work due to software restrictions.
The results of the testing were positive. The motor ran cool and the temps were checked when running at 4s. The motor was found to be a reliable and cool running machine.
The Sen Racing M Sport Puma Rally Car is a great addition to the RC car market. It is a fully licensed four wheel drive powered by Hobby Wing and Savox brushless and looks awesome. It has been two years in the making and is definitely worth the wait. With its 1/8 scale ready to run rally car, it is sure to be a hit with RC car enthusiasts.
The Hobby Wing Max 10 looks good and has a nice suspension. It has features such as air flow, a slipper clutch, and a 4S 3000 KV battery capacity. The tires are a soft compound, which is ideal for vehicles with a lot of wheel speed.
Overall, the WR8 is a great car with excellent acceleration and braking, good speed and handling, and a body that can be trimmed for better performance. It is a great car for those who want a powerful and responsive vehicle.
Overall, the Sen Racing M Sport Puma Rally is a great car that rips around corners and has a fair amount of grip. However, the body hooking up on the rear tires can be a bit frustrating and a gyro would be helpful for control.
Overall, this RC car is an awesome vehicle. It performs well, is durable, and is able to handle a lot of wear and tear. Despite the missing part, the car was able to be fixed and is now ready to be enjoyed.
The Max Tenant Motor is a reliable and cool running machine. It is geared perfectly for 3s, but can also handle 4s with a few modifications. The results of the testing were positive and the motor is a great choice for those looking for a reliable and cool running machine.