Both electric 18 scale monster trucks. I do have both of these vehicles already, except my savage flux, Hp, I've, converted into a one fifth scale electric. Some of you guys may remember that from previous episodes of varsity adventures and boom, there is the sin Colossus. I melted the ESC and motor on my last video with it only because I was taking it through the mud and giving it a lot of amp draw. So I figured I'd order up two more for this season of RC adventures and instead of just unboxing them off camera and kind of throwing them into the production line that I would go over them quickly with you, I'm not going to be going into overly heavy Detailed specs I'd like to do a visual comparison. I will post information in the video description box down below for those that are interested in more detailed stuff. It'S up to you guys to look on Google to find out where your nearest distributor of these products are. Your local hobby store or online one thing, I can say savage flux, HP's fear, has a lot of parts out there. You can order them pretty much or get them at most hobby stores, whereas the sin Colossus in my experience has been more that you have to order these parts online, but they are easily and readily available for a pretty decent price at the time of this filming. So without any kind of chitchat, let's just get straight to unboxing I'm gon na.
Do this off camera boom, unboxed and ready for you to see just giving you a minute here to kind of take this in quite a physical size. Difference between the two one notable thing I'll say is that this savage is actually 6's compatible. Dual 3s lipo batteries 62 miles an hour or a hundred kilometers per hour. It does come with a wheelie bar to set up on it. The sin Colossus actually comes geared or set up for dual two cell lipo batteries, both of which will do a standing wheelie for at least a you know, one city block. If you've got it down right and you you don't flip over the sin, they do standing wheelies just as well. We'Ve jumped both of these machines. We'Ve raced both of these machines and I look forward to taking out new ones just so I can see because it's been a few years since I actually worked with the savage flux before check it out. The radio now has a grip on it literally. The tires are quite different. I see a single shock set up, whereas the sin actually has dual shock setup. A lot of people say they don't, like the bumper on the sin, it's a little bit more of a toy style bumper. One of the things I noticed is that the tires, much like the savage, come right out to the bumper. Eigenlijk, these ones go past the bumper that's okay, because if you hit something head on, you don't really need a whole lot of give in here.
You just want the truck to stop this. One here has a little bit of play, but not too bad it's, just the type of plastic that's there. Now I don't do the goods and the bads of vehicles, because every vehicle has a chance to have a lot of fun and between these two. The reason why I picked getting these ones again is because I have had a lot of fun with each ah there. We go one of the really neat things about the Sten Colossus is that the body it comes with is completely black. You get three or four different styles of logos or stickers or decals that you can put on there green grey, Blauwe. Those are some of them. Let'S take the lids off of each one. Just so, you can see inside see the high body posts now here. Let'S point this out physical difference really high body posts over here. Not so bad really short. So if you actually look at the size difference, the Colossus is only raised up what another inch or so so isn't that interesting, how a body like this can make such a huge difference right, Natuurlijk, shock setup does as well check this out. This actually has spring adjusters, so some preload to the shocks right there. You can actually take these out they're just clips and then the spring moves up. This is actually so it's it's a little bit higher has a little bit more tension.
Uh huh this one over here also has pre holes in it right here that suspension feels nice and soft. This one, a little bit more springy it's, almost like I've, got to set up some oil in here that's, Oke, so on either side. Here we go here's where one battery would go here's, where the other one would go, and here you actually run dual batteries one on top of each other. It really comes out to be the height of the ESC. When you put dual two cells, this one has a metal frame. The savage is known for its metal frame. Goed, there should be aluminum. I guess aluminum is still in that category. This one has a roll bar to it. That'S nice, because I've ended up on the roof a lot. This one does not, but I don't end up on the roof so much with this one. I find I end up on the tires quite a bit with this we've jumped them quite high we've, given them quite a bit of abuse kingpins. Ik vind het geweldig. No scratches still some styrofoam Saavik servos in there very nice, nice and strong let's have a look at this right here. Giant wheel, nuts on the outside, see the diameter if this wheel nut and then check it out over here, the savage is just a nut right. If you don't have this proper nut, unfortunately, the tires are a bit hard. You need this washer underneath so make sure if you do get a savage that you tighten these all the times.
If you lose one, you might be out of luck for that day. Wow neat, so both of them actually come with Ultra plugs that's. The battery connector there this one as well Ultra plugs there is the monster esc beautiful same with the motor. The heatsink on the motor is just mean. Castles always been known for that nice overview of the vehicle. For you same with this one over here here is the WPS 8a. I believe it's a hobby winged waterproof, is what WP stands for here's the motor under here quite large heatsink on top kind of take. It off not easily anyway, so there you go, you get a general idea, it's totally up to you guys for what you think is better. The Hobby is a personal thing and, with each vehicle comes different, awesome aspects that are always out there for you to discover and a video like this really it's just here to tantalize you to get outside and to have some fun with a very cool hobby. Hopelijk, you guys enjoyed this video it's a little bit of an overview. I will put some specs up in the video description box down below.