It is finally here the brand new. What no more delays it is. Finally, here the brand new wl toys one zero, four zero zero one that’s right, not the one; four four: zero zero one or the one, two four zero, five three or the five seven what’s this again: hey what’s up guys i’m joe and i’m, amber with the Rc kiwis on this channel we’re doing it from fashion crawling speedruns, unboxing reviews and much more so if you’re new here consider subscribing that way, you won’t miss out on any of our future rc adventures and in today’s event it is an unboxing and overview of the All new dltoys104001 – it is finally here and it is not just an extended version of the one four four zero zero one and quick disclaimer. We did get this sent out to us for free from maker fights for review, but not to worry, because you know us. We keep it real here on the rc kiwis and this car will be linked in the description below if you’re interested. We also have a discount code that we’ll put down. There saves us some cash and it’s free shipping worldwide. Now let’s take a look around the box, so this is the match. 110 scale excellent racer. It says it goes 45, kilometers plus per hour. It has a 2.4 gigahertz remote control, ready to run. Obviously four wheel drive. It says it’s waterproof, it has optional metal, uh, spur and diff gears, ball, bearings, qualified shocks and adjustable ring that’s enough of that let’s get inside this box.
You can do this, you can do this just kidding. Man we’re taking out the box in the box. Comes the instruction manual which you should read and at the very end of this video we’re, going to show you all the pages of this instruction manual for those that are really keen and want to look at the instruction manual, some basic tools, a battery charger, a Milliamp two cell lipo battery yeah got it your remote controller and, of course, the all new i feel like a child when it comes to these things, but it’s fun, very pleasing wltoys104001 man. This thing looks pretty wicked and i cannot wait for race day. So this is a 110 scale. Electric brushed fully ready to run, which means includes that lipo battery and charger four wheel drive buggy and it resembles the lc racing lc10 b5 model. Now for a quick size comparison here, it is next to the 114 scale. Wltoys144001. Now, beside the 112 scale wltoys124019 now here it is next to the 110 scale, team associated b, 6.2 d and finally, next to the 1 8 scale, i’m, a typhon 6s now let’s have a look under the hood and see what comes with it, starting off with The electrics it comes with a brush motor and a two in one esc, receiver combo, which is fan, cooled and then connected to that is a five wide standard, size, servo and it’s good that it’s standard size, because when you do decide to upgrade this to a Brushless system, it will be really easy to switch out that servo for a standard, regular, three wide servo.
Also it comes with a servo saver there as well. Now the shocks are oil filled and they are metal, they’re dialed in really nicely, and they definitely do feel the best of all of the wl toys. Cars that we do have the rear shocks are five millimeters longer than the front and looking at the shock towers, they do look, look a little bit thin, but we measured them at approximately two millimeters in the front two millimeters in the rear, mind you, i did Say the same about that one, two: four: zero one: nine and those shock towers have held up fine, so we’ll just have to see in time, and the chassis is also two millimeters in thickness and it does have a little bit of flex to it and but It does seem to sort of come back to its original shape and the center it does have center chassis, braces both front and rear. So once again time will only tell how durable the metal is on this buggy and plastic for that matter. Speaking about plastic joe, the plastics in this rc are what you would expect from a cheaper brand of rc, but the arms are much thicker and beefier than what is in our other wl toys. Cars that we own. I think they are going to be a lot more durable than their zd racing. Dvx10 there’s holes around the place for adjustability for changing the position of your shocks.
It has adjustable toe links and camber links, which is what you’d want to have with the basics of what you want on a buggy, especially if you’re planning on taking it to the racetrack like we are. There are also spaces and connection points for sway bars that weren’t included, but perhaps they will come later down the track as an upgrade option, or maybe those ones for the lc racing lc10b5 would fit on this buggy. We have to try that later on, because you know if you watch us for a while, we need as much help as we can get when it comes to handling of an rc looking at the wheels they feel very grippy and the wheels at the back are Wider, they have gone with the 12 millimeter plastic wheel. Hexes they’re also filled with foam looking at the drivetrain. We have front and rear open differentials, and in the center there we have a massive 70 tooth metal spur gear up the front the axles they are middle. Four millimeters in diameter and they are cvds for the center drive shafts. They are also four millimeters in diameter and middle and then at the rear. We have metal dog bones that are two and a half millimeters in diameter. This also has beefy hinge, pin braces the pins in the air arms they are held in place with screws they’re not going anywhere and well you’ll. Be happy to know that the screws that are used on this buggy are of much better quality than what we have had in our other wl toys.
Products, which means it’s a good thing, because it means maintenance should be a lot easier. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, we did make a video on the pros and cons when it comes to wl toys in general. If you want to go watch that video we’ll leave a link up here and in the description down below now, i’m sure i’ve missed a lot more information on this buggy. But if you want to know more on it, we’re going to leave the manual at the end of this video we’re, also going to leave a link to this buggy in the description down below now. In order to not miss when we take this rc out for its first run tomorrow to the racetrack and get an idea of how it performs make sure you go ahead and you hit that subscribe button. If you enjoyed this video, give it a like, and if you didn’t give it a like anyway, make sure you’re staying safe out there on your rc adventures and remember guys make sure you go check out the rcqs.