Review Hosim RC Car 1:16 Scale 2847 Brushless Remote Control RC Monster Truc…
This is a brushless 116 scale, RCE truggy. It looks pretty good. This is a four wheel drive. It has a brushless motor, looks like a 380 sighs I’ll have to look at it when I open it up and it’s a 35 amp esc. It has. It says 52 kmh and I think that’s gon na be like 32 mile an hour it’s supposed to go. So we’ll have to see when I test run it but let’s open it up and see what’s inside, but first I want to show you guys the side of the box, so you could pause it and see all the info. Ok, here’s! What comes in the box? Here’S the instructions they give you a little card here, support and stuff here’s. The instructions looks pretty good. I look through this. Just make sure you read it and I looked in the back. They got all the parts and stuff and it looks like it has full metal gears, diffs and everything in this model. So just take a look at this there’s, the wheelie bar see what else you get here inside the bag. You get like a wheel wrench here. This looks like LED lights, I guess you put them in the front here for body clips extra ones and the USB charger here to charge the battery. Alright, let me put this aside. Let’S look at the radio. The radio looks pretty good. It feels pretty good. It kind of reminds me of a fly Skye three A’s – the batteries in there and we got steering Direction, stair and trim normal reverse steering, and then we have a high in low speed mode.
I think it goes from half speed to full speed on high now let’s take a look at the truck here here. It is it’s weird the body is like smoked see through, so you could actually probably paint this in the inside and make it any color. You want there’s, the wheelie bar feels pretty sturdy and there’s, where the LEDs go in has regular spring shocks. No oil let’s take a look inside under the body here then you can see the body is not painted in the front and over here. So you could actually probably paint this any color you want and make it look like your own, instead of just out of the box that’s pretty cool here’s the unit here. This is a 35, am buing it for the brushless motor here. This is the ESC and the receiver unit built in, and it looks like a 380 size motor. Maybe a 280 I’m not sure see what it gives. Your teens connectors, which is nice here’s. The battery compartment undo that it pops right out let’s see what we got here. We got a one thousand milliamp it’s, a 2s lipo, so that’s pretty good feels pretty smooth like I said it has all metal, drive, shafts and it’s got metal gears throughout it. So should be pretty good. The ground clearance is pretty nice too. Stick your hand under it. The wheelie bar is actually pretty nice. It spins up really easy. Almost feels like there’s ball.
Bearings in that beauty tires have foam in them. They feel pretty soft, so they should work. Okay, chassis feels strong, flexible in the front flexible in the back. Here you can see so that shouldn’t break it’s got a servo saver. All right, I just want to show you, I plugged the LEDs in there’s a little port on the ESC receiver unit. I ran the wire around under the shock like that into the front where the LEDs push in they just push in so you’re gon na want to use some CA glue or Zhu goo glue to hold them in from falling out. Okay, I just want to show you guys how it sounds: the battery is stock out of the box, so that’s, probably only 50 percent charge, so we’re going to turn on the radio and then the power on the car let’s see how to steering goes pretty quick. Now let’s test how smooth it sound that sounds really smooth. So I have to get this out and run it I’m. Gon na give this a speed, run I’m gon na test it in high, because low is half speed and according to the specs on the box and any instructions, this should go like 32 miles an hour. So we’re gon na see what this does. I have my GPS unit right in there. Okay here goes the speed test of the wholesome Q. 903 let’s see if it could hit 32 miles an hour.
I got this long stretch here. So let’s go all right, see what she did 23.3, so it’s far off from being a 32 miles an hour. So you ain’t gon na hit what they claimed on the box: Music, Music, Music, Music, okay, I’m back home with the wholesome cue 903 and you’re, not gon na get the 32 miles an hour. It got 23.3, but for the size of this it’s still pretty quick. It feels powerful does wheelies and everything as you’ve seen in the video, I really beat the hell out of this thing, as you’ve seen in the video that rock I run on is really bad, even 18 scale trucks have problems on it, so for the size and Scale of this, it did really good. The one problem I noticed is, I chipped some of the wheels up but it’s to be expected, probably for how I was running it on that rock normal running they’d probably be okay, and you want to check your tires and maybe CA glue them on because they Came all off the wheels so check them out and maybe before you run it if they’re not glued on, I forgot the check just CA glue them the motor felt cool when I felt it so it runs pretty good and cool it’s tough. As anything. If you looked at it, I really beat on it so everything’s, okay on it only problem I had was like. I said these wheels mainly on the rear ones.
I guess because I was flipping it so hard on that rock like that, so normal driving, they’re, probably gon na, be okay, guys that rock I’m telling you is really bad, so it’s, pretty cool it’s a nice little truck to have.