HPI Savage XL Flux 6s

HPI adds to the Savage lineage with the all new XL Flux! This beast sees a number of upgrades and improvements over past Savages. Let's take a look!

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Power and Stability in the Savage Monster Truck Package

We all know the Savage monster truck from HPI; it's lineage starts back in 2002 with the Savage 21. Fast forward through sixteen different variations, and we have the monstrous 1/8th scale Savage XL Flux! This new Savage comes with a Flux Torq 2200kv brushless motor and an ELH-6s ESC with 150A maximum continuous amp draw! Also in the list of features is an all-metal transmission and gears, big-bore nylon shocks, heavy duty dogbones and outdrives, a relatively low center of gravity, and a TF-40 2.4GHz transmitter.

The Savage XL Flux retails for $729.99 and is currently in pre-order.

CLICK HERE for more on the Savage XL Flux, available through Tower Hobbies

Savage XL Flux Features:

  • 2.5mm thick rigid 6061-series aluminum TVP (twin vertical plate) chassis
  • Extra low CG for cornering control and ability
  • Wheelie bar
  • Twin battery boxes for a variety of battery types
  • Four wheel shaft drive
  • HPI Flux Tork 2200Kv brushless motor with machined cooling fins
  • 7075 billet aluminum motor mount
  • Waterproof Flux 6S ESC with proportional brake
  • Big Bore nylon bodied, oil-filled shocks
  • Adjustable front and rear caster and camber
  • All metal gear transmission with rubber-sealed ball bearings
  • Equipped with machined, super heavy duty bevel gears on the differential
  • Machined steel, 44 tooth spur gear
  • Suspension uprights designed for big tires and high weight
  • HPI Warlock tires with chrome finish 3.3 diameter
  • GT-2 on/off-road tires with blocky tread pattern and heavy-duty sidewall teeth
  • Trimmed and painted GT-2 body

Last edited by Matt Gunn; Jan 25, 2017 at 01:56 PM..
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Jan 25, 2017, 01:54 PM
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.5mm thick rigid 6061-series aluminum TVP (twin vertical plate) chassis
Is .5mm aluminum even a thing?
Jan 25, 2017, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by dogoman
Is .5mm aluminum even a thing?
LOL. I copied it from a specs sheet. Fixed!
Jan 25, 2017, 01:56 PM
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This thing looks like a real beast! I bet it would make an awesome basher
Jan 26, 2017, 10:21 PM
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Same truck over and over wow looks just like my x wife's that I bought her around 2006 but gas
Last edited by yamar6; Jan 26, 2017 at 11:05 PM.
Mar 05, 2017, 01:27 AM
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wait a minute, I thought they have issues with this chassis, it was easily bent/warp in a crash test


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