Losi Super Baja Rey 4WD Desert Truck

Meet the biggest, fastest Rey in the Losi lineup! The Super Baja Rey is a 4wd scale trophy truck with some impressive features.

Losi Super Baja Rey 4WD Desert Truck

A 1/6th Scale Trophy Truck

Losi just dropped a post-holiday bomb with the announcement of another "Rey" vehicle to add to their growing lineup. The 1/5th scale Super Baja Rey builds on the semi scale looks and design of the previous 1/10th scale Baja Rey, but in a larger and faster package. The Super Baja Rey tips the scales at almost 20lbs before you add in the recommended pair of 7.4V 5000mAh 2S or 11.1V 5000mAh 3S LiPos. It's designed to go fast while maintaining a level of control, thanks to the onboard AVC gyroscopic stability system, built into the Spektrum receiver.

Losi 1/6 Super Baja Rey 4WD Desert Truck Brushless RTR with AVC (1 min 42 sec)

In it's laundry list of features, the Super Rey includes a full plastic roll cage with LED lights, an aluminum chassis with long-travel 4-link rear suspension over a live solid axle, a 50+ MPH Dynamite Fuze 1/6th 1200Kv brushless motor and 160A ESC, a Spektrum S904 waterproof digital servo, and rear loading battery compartments.

CLICK HERE for more info on the new Losi Super Baja Rey, which retails for $799.99.

Here's what Losi says about the all new Super Baja Rey: Get ready to have your mind blown with the 1/6th scale Losi® Super Baja Rey® desert truck! This beast is setting new standards with its scale detail and adrenaline-pumping 50+ mph speeds. If you’re craving the realistic handling characteristics like the big boys, the long travel solid 4-link rear axle and independent front A-Arm suspension will not disappoint. Top it off with an authentic four piece body, full bodied roll cage, plus driver figures and this truck looks as wicked as it performs. Combine that with the precision control of Spektrum™ DSMR® reliability integrated with locked-in AVC® technology and you can SEND IT with confidence!

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Dec 28, 2017, 01:44 PM
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Way too big for where I live (to either keep it OR use it), but this thing looks awesome.
Dec 31, 2017, 01:44 PM
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Looks nice I would just put body panels on it
Dec 31, 2017, 02:52 PM
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Looks awesome. Didn't realize there was much of a market for a SCT truck this big! Wonder how long till Traxxas makes a 1/6 scale Slash now that would be a fun race with this thing
Dec 31, 2017, 03:04 PM
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Wish traxxas would make this and a straight axial monster truck the size of the X maxx
Jan 21, 2018, 10:15 PM
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Super Baja Rey


The rumor is that Traxxas is coming out with a 1/7 short course by February.
Feb 07, 2018, 01:05 AM
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What's the thought?


Now that Traxxas has released their Ultimate Desert Racer what's everyone thinking? I like them both. Both MFG's have two great desert trucks.
Feb 18, 2018, 07:26 PM
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I can't decide between this and the UDR. If the UDR was also 1:6 and had an aluminum chassis it would be a no brainer. The UDR has all metal drivetrain and is more scale. This has plastic drivetrain, not as scale, but bigger and aluminum chassis. Why must there always be trade offs??
I need to see them side by side handling small and large bumps and jumps.
Jan 25, 2019, 04:37 PM
Totally planned it that way
So... last post was a year ago on this thread... Needing some help with a crazy silly question on this truck... Just got one from the LHS and am trying to figure out what a few of the extra parts are that came in the tool bag... anyone watching this thread anymore?
Jan 27, 2019, 01:50 AM
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Ask away, maybe someone (or me ) will know!
Jan 27, 2019, 10:01 AM
Totally planned it that way
So... what are these parts for? Understand I've had a few RC cars before, but nothing this big... Are the black pieces shock spacers or ride height? They say "3 degree" on the top. There are only 2 so I wasn't sure what they are for...

and I have no clue what the two metal pieces in the bag are... almost look like fuses but they are hollow... so more like battery connectors... Are they to plug into one of the EC5 connectors to close it in case you want to run a 6S pack instead of 2 3S's?

(and yes, I know the black metal things at the top are bobby pins... thanks to my daughters for cluttering my work space this morning!!! LOL)
Jan 27, 2019, 04:01 PM
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Man I have no idea what they black pieces are for! Maybe someone else will know.

And for the connectors, I'm guessing some kind of adapters.
Mar 26, 2019, 07:27 PM
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The black round things are 3 degree rear toe parts. repel the stock ones with these and the rear tires will have 3 degree toe. better for racing
Mar 27, 2019, 06:58 AM
Totally planned it that way
Thanks... got an answer from HH eventually about all those parts. The metal pieces are sensor attachments for the speedo/tach sensors that the Spektrum Dashboard app uses.


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