This is a review of orlando hunter os32x01 rock bouncer. Bevor wir beginnen, i would like to thank banggood for sending me this kit to review link to buy is in the description as always now let’s get on with the review. Dies ist ein 1 An 32 Skala. 4 wheel drive offroad vehicle. Although the box says rock crawler, it is more like a rock bouncer. It is really small. Just 72 millimeter wide and 122 millimeter long here’s a size comparison with mini zed. You can paint the frame and the wheels. Jedoch, you like, i keep them black because i think they look better. Hier lang. It’S got solid axle in both front and back there’s also differential upgrade if you like, but the solid axle is perfect for climbing already. So you won’t lose the drive when one wheel is up in the air. The wheel, articulation and ground clearance are really good for a car of this size. It comes as a kit, so you’ll have to choose some components to go with it. The servo is 2.2 G. There are three new motors for this series: 1000, 2000 Und 3000 Rpm. So you can clearly see this car is going to be much faster than the previous version. Jedoch, the gearbox is still the same. So if you want it as a crawler, you can still buy a motor from the old version to slow the car down and have more torque to climb. What i have here is 1000 Rpm.
You’Ll also have to provide your own radio, receiver and esc. Here i have a complete kit from orlando with speaker and light controller. This all in one runs on two cell lipo battery. The radio is pretty simple and easy to use, hold both left and right buttons to go into menu, press left or right to select the menu and then plus or minus, to adjust the value it has dual rate trim, Kanal, reversing and endpoint adjustment. There are two core sounds: you can choose from the aux menu. This dial is for the car volume and if you turn it all the way down, it is going to turn the sour off completely, but it will turn on the drag brake, which will lock the wheels when the throttle is unneutral. The wheels have the same slot as midi z, Allradantrieb, which means you can use big chunky, wheels and tires from wltoys and mini q as well. You can also fit drift tires on it. If you fancy, Leider, my motor is too slow to drift. Let's. Take a look at the build. The manual is good. You can just follow the pictures to build it. The tools, screwdriver allen, key and nut driver are also included in the kit. There are some extra screws and bow head in the kit too. So don’t worry. If you drop one or two of them, the chassis itself is fairly easy to build. Everything fits together perfectly and the plastic quality is rather good.
You just need to be precise, with the length of the linkages i’m, not sure how necessary it is, but i also glue the tires. Otherwise they come off very very easily fitting. The electronics is very, very tricky because the frame is tiny. It took me a while to figure out how to put everything inside, especially when i want to put speaker and light control in there as well. Am Ende, i decided to took the receiver out of the case and sold almost everything directly to it. The battery is made out of two one cell lipo batteries to make up two cells and, Wie Sie sehen können, everything is tightly packed in here by the way when i tried to put the real lights in they broke and i wasn’t in the mood to fix Them so i just put only the front lights in and leave it at that next, some building tips that i found first, the grub screw for motor pinion could be too long check if the motor can spin freely, if not you’ll, have to file the craft screw Down next fit the drive shafts on the gearbox before putting it on the frame and the last one cut these extra parts on the gearbox out and you’ll get a bit more room inside the frame. So how does it drive? I don’t have an offroad course. So i decided to build some obstacles from lego. Let’S take a look so so well, it goes through everything i draw at it and it is really fun to drive with a size.
This small. It is perfect for tabletop climbing it doesn’t have any overhang at the front or at the back, so it can climb up pretty much anything. The chassis is brilliant and the suspension works really well. Although the 1000 rpm motor works fine on tabletop, i would prefer it to be either much faster, so i could go through things easier or much slower with much more torque, so i could climb with more precision. So i suggest you get the 3000 Rpm. If you want a rock bouncer or get the 300 rpm from the previous version, if you want a crawler next let’s take a look at the price. The chassis is 66 Dollar. Then a motor and a servo will take it up to 82 dollars and that’s before radio esc and battery. So all inclusive. You are looking at about a hundred and fifty dollars and i think that’s a fair price for a pocket sized roller. All the spare parts and metal upgrades are readily available too. Persönlich, i would recommend getting the kit a servo and a motor and then find a small elc and a radio with small receiver, because stuffing the full electronics in this frame is really difficult. But if you wonderful experience with light and sound, the complete kit is always an option and that’s it for this video please subscribe. If you want to see more content like this and hit the bell icon to get the notification.