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HoBao Racing Hyper 10 SC

This ready-to-bash or race SC truck from HoBao is priced under $320 and comes with everything except a battery. Let's take a quick look!

HoBao Racing Hyper 10 SC

A Ready to Run Basher That's Also a Great Entry-Level Racer

The HoBao Racing Hyper 10 SC is an RTR short course truck that's at home bashing the local spot or railing the turns at the track. Getting the Hyper 10 SC ready for action only requires charging your batteries and installing AA's in the transmitter. The Hyper 10 SC includes a Hobby Wing 3900kV brushless motor and esc, a HT-2.4EF FHSS 2.4GHz 3-channel with HB-5518 high-torque steering servo, and requires a 7.4v LiPo or NiMH battery. Features include full ball bearings, a trimmed and painted lexan lid, basher-style off road tires, and oil-filled aluminum shocks. The entire RTR package can be had for $319.99.

CLICK HERE to order the HoBao Racing Hyper 10 SC


  • Hobby Wing 3900kV brushless motor and ESC
  • Precise, reliable 2.4GHz radio
  • Hard anodized aluminum chassis with plastic side bumpers
  • Four wheel shaft drive with 7075 aluminum center shaft
  • Bevel gear differentials
  • Oil-filled, aluminum body shocks
  • Pivot ball suspension with front and rear sway bars
  • Adjustable molded plastic battery box
  • Ball bearing equipped steering with servo saver
  • 5-spoke matte black wheels
  • Full set of ball bearings
  • Trimmed and painted body
  • Adjustable caster/toe in
  • Adjustable camber

Last edited by Matt Gunn; Mar 02, 2017 at 01:32 PM..
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Mar 03, 2017, 06:44 AM
Time For Me To Fly!
fastmax's Avatar
That's a great deal for a RTR 4wd SCT.
Mar 03, 2017, 08:27 AM
Did I make the A Main?
bill_delong's Avatar
More info here:

Some info is dated, more current info on the 10TT variant here:

I recently designed a custom Ackermann bar to address the design flaw in the steering geometry:

Mar 05, 2017, 01:20 AM
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Anthology5251's Avatar
absolutely amazing pricing !
Mar 07, 2017, 08:31 AM
Born again RC'er
Odd - on the Towers website, they have a blue truck and an orange truck. They seem to come with different motors? Even more odd, the orange truck looks to have a "F540" motor - which is really a 380L motor with huge fins to make it the same overall size as a 540 -

Odd motor choice for a 4wd SCT. I guess it would be better then a brushed motor, but not by much.
Mar 07, 2017, 08:55 AM
Did I make the A Main?
bill_delong's Avatar
the finned 380 was the older release from about 3 years ago

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