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HPI Baja 5B SS Buggy £779.00 @ Modelsport

£779.00 @ Modelsport
Bargain price £779 should be £939 HPI is proud to announce the Baja SS, a full-option Baja kit that you assemble yourself, loaded with tons of hop-ups that enhance the speed and power of the Baja 5… Read More
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Bargain price £779 should be £939

HPI is proud to announce the Baja SS, a full-option Baja kit that you assemble yourself, loaded with tons of hop-ups that enhance the speed and power of the Baja 5B buggy, improve its durability even further, and provide totally sweet custom looks!

The Baja SS follows the HPI innovation of upgraded Super Sport models that feature kit versions of popular HPI RTR models, with additional option parts added to enhance the enjoyment of your kit. A long list of option parts is included with the SS version of the Baja 5B. As you build the kit, you add in the options that come in the box, and add your own radio gear.

At the heart of the Baja SS is the Fuelie 26S, 26cc engine. With more displacement you get increased low-end grunt, more acceleration and huge top-end speed! To handle the extra horsepower of the Fuelie 26S, the drivetrain of the Baja SS is boosted with specially designed option parts that can handle the power increase.

Providing a boost of extra power is the Aluminium Tuned Pipe, which gives even more acceleration power to the Baja SS. To improve the handling of the Baja even further, a full set of new VVC/HD Baja shocks are included that improve handling on all types of terrain and are also heavy-duty to keep things secure on the track. A complete set of sway bars are included to keep your Baja SS planted in the curves and aid traction. To get more rear suspension travel at the rear, our designers have modified the rear shock tower brace - this gives you better rear traction and increased braking for lower lap times!

In addition to all the heavy duty options included with the kit, you get a tough, super-strong steering servo that is already equipped with the HP80584 Metal Gear Steering upgrade. This allows you to have the security of reliable, quick steering in all conditions. With a powerful servo controlling the steering, the Baja SS will track straight and true when you want it to, no matter how bumpy the running surface it.

Finally, we cant let the awesome good looks of the Baja SS go unannounced. Not only do you get the option Gunmetal Anodized Main Chassis, you get a full range of bright orange anodized aluminium 6061 T6 that are specific to the Baja SS. To top everything off, you get a clear bodyshell set that is totally ready for your custom paint scheme!
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#1
Awesome fun! I have always wanted one of these but my Savage 25 will have to do for the mean time!
#2
as if any kids have this amount of money on them to buy one?
#3
You would not want a kid to drive this thing unless they seriously understood how to drive it and the damage and injury it could cause if it hit someone/thing.

I would even go as far as suggesting you get liability insurance through a car club in case it caused any damage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMroYWXfuJo

flylife
as if any kids have this amount of money on them to buy one?
#4
How much.......wow, which I could justify buying one of these.

Can anyone recommend a good starter car..........I assume Nitro would be cheaper and better than electric.
#5
At that price might as well get a 2nd hand moped and ride on it yourself!
#6
Nitro is more fun with better speed and the noise is great as it zooms past. But you have to know what you are doing to ensure the engine is setup correctly otherwise the novelty wears off quickly.

I have an earlier version of this and it is just brilliant fun!

http://www.modelsport.co.uk/?CallFunction=ShowSpecification&ItemID=26683

Pull start means all you need to take to the park is a squeezy bottle of fuel, glo starter, Transmitter and Buggy and thats it.

I must dig it out! Not run it in a while!

Oh and anytime you buy a buggy, nitro or electric please fit one of these:

http://www.modelsport.co.uk/?CallFunction=ShowSpecification&ItemID=19169

It is only a tenner and shuts the engine off if there is a radio failure.

LazyDonkey
How much.......wow, which I could justify buying one of these.

Can anyone recommend a good starter car..........I assume Nitro would be cheaper and better than electric.
#7
aerotec
Nitro is more fun with better speed and the noise is great as it zooms past. But you have to know what you are doing to ensure the engine is setup correctly otherwise the novelty wears off quickly.

I have an earlier version of this and it is just brilliant fun!

http://www.modelsport.co.uk/?CallFunction=ShowSpecification&ItemID=26683

Pull start means all you need to take to the park is a squeezy bottle of fuel, glo starter, Transmitter and Buggy and thats it.

I must dig it out! Not run it in a while!

Oh and anytime you buy a buggy, nitro or electric please fit one of these:

http://www.modelsport.co.uk/?CallFunction=ShowSpecification&ItemID=19169

It is only a tenner and shuts the engine off if there is a radio failure.


Cheers for the info.......I was always going to build a Tamiya RC kit as a teenager, but just never got round to it. What are the motorbikes like.......any good?
#8
The HPI kits are excellent quality. Just fuel it up and get it started. It will want running a bit rich for a few runs then lean it out. No building required which is great unless you enjoy that in which case there are lots of kit options out there.

Never looked at an RC bike as they are really only good on proper race tracks, as soon as it falls over you will need to go pick it up. Cars can be a pain too though if they roll on to their roof!

LazyDonkey
Cheers for the info.......I was always going to build a Tamiya RC kit as a teenager, but just never got round to it. What are the motorbikes like.......any good?
#10
Just picked up a Venom gpv-1 bike brand new from eBay for £99, so will have a play around with that and look for a HPI Nitro car as well.

Damn this site for making me buy things I dont need, but always wanted to mess about with :whistling:
#11
Im just looking at this at the moment but its silly expensive.

Have a Savage 25 that I recently dug out to put back together again but after a few weeks work it rolled over last night and the enginer smashed in half.

Now to decide if I should pop in a new engine or just buy a new Savage x 4.6 before I find anything else wrong with it. Started looing at the Baja but well over 100 quid just for the shell and a couple of hundred for a single shock arm scares the hell outta me considering how much the Savage has cost me already....
#12
How noisy are Nitro cars? Can you fit a silencer?

We've got a massive garden, but th neighbours will have a fit if I buy a Nitro and it sounds 10x louder than a Petrol mower !!!

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