Unstoppable All-Terrain Innovation!
With Summit™, Traxxas offers the first-ever remote locking differential system (patent pending) that allows you to lock and unlock the differentials right from your transmitter. Blaze down the track or trail and attack jumps at speed with the sure-footed feel you expect from its E-Revo® DNA. When the trail ends in an impossible climb, there's no need to turn around; just drop the transmission into low range for a rock-conquering 70:1 gear ratio and lock the front and rear T-Lock™ differentials for maximum traction - right from the transmitter. Summit's ultra-long-travel suspension tracks over rocks like no other truck can as the T-Lock differentials keep all four wheels powered no matter which tire is gripping or slipping. When you've cleared the climb and it's time to get back up to speed, flip the switch to unlock the diffs, shift into high range, and hit the trail. Summit gives you complete control.
Remote Locking Differential: Only Summit gives you the ability to lock the differentials right from the transmitter. No need to break from the action to swap gears or install locking parts. Summit's innovative T-Lock™ differentials let you select front and rear diffs locked, front-diff only locked, or both differentials unlocked.
Realistic & Rugged ExoCage Body: Summit's aggressive SUV-style bodywork doesn't just look tough; with its bolt-on fender flares and tube-style ExoCage™ skeleton, it's as rugged as a real rock rig. Flexible to bounce back after a rollover yet tough enough to spare the Lexan body from rock-rash, the ExoCage combines authentic real-rock-rig looks with genuine protection.
Traxxas TQ 2.4GHz 4-Channel Radio System: The latest Traxxas TQ 2.4GHz radio system offers the unbeatable convenience of "no channels, no crystals" 2.4GHz technology with the proven ergonomics of the TQ design - but that's just the beginning. The new TQ 2.4GHz radio is fully adjustable, enabling you to fine-tune the performance of your car right from the transmitter.
High-Low Transmission: No need to break from the action to swap gears or install locking parts. Tear up the trail in high range with a 25:1 ratio for dirt-slinging speed. When the terrain turns technical, drop it into low range for a 70:1 ratio and unreal climbing torque.