1/7 INFRACTION All-Road Street Bash 6S BLX RTR with AVC (ARA109001)

Take your truck bashing to the street with the ready-to-run ARRMA® INFRACTION™ 6S BLX 4WD. It's the first RC truck of its kind - DESIGNED FAST and DESIGNED TOUGH for hard-hitting action and speeds of 80+ mph with 6S LiPo power!

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INFRACTION 6S BLX

With its 4X4 traction, you can run the INFRACTION 6S BLX on all roads, in all conditions — over loose gravel, asphalt, smooth dirt, and short grass, in the sun, rain, and ice.

The INFRACTION 6S BLX offers classic truck looks for street bashing. The body comes factory-finished with a matte bronze camouflage trim and decals. Its included, tunable wing lets you customize the downforce the way you want it. To further enhance the aerodynamics, the chassis includes a full-width front splitter that balances downforce distribution. A rear diffuser increases downforce and grip, enabling you to corner faster and with confidence.

ARRMA® INFRACTION™ 6S BLX Street Bash 1/7 Scale 4WD RTR Resto-Mod Truck (1 min 30 sec)

DESIGNED FAST, DESIGNED TOUGH — underneath the truck body is a 3mm anodized aluminum chassis with a center brace to maximize strength. The heavy-duty 4X4 drivetrain features durable steel drive shafts plus all-metal diff outdrives and gearbox internals. The center diff module can be removed by taking out just five bolts, making maintenance as fast as the INFRACTION 6S BLX truck itself. A sliding mount allows quick, easy motor access, and dual XL battery trays are included.

Big bore, oil-filled shocks on black-anodized front and rear shock towers keep the dBoots® Hoons all-road tires firmly planted for maximum traction. The tires are mounted on 5-spoke wheels with extra-durable hubs.

For ready-to-run completeness, ARRMA has equipped the INFRACTION 6S BLX with a 2050Kv brushless motor, waterproof ESC and metal-geared servo. Its Spektrum™ DX2E Active™ radio system features AVC® Active Vehicle Control™ for dialing in the stability you need to carve corners or nail jumps without backing off the throttle. The only additional items required are two 2S or 3S LiPo batteries with IC5™ or EC5™ connectors, a LiPo-compatible charger, charging bag, and 4 "AA" batteries for the transmitter.

Features

  • The first resto-mod street basher truck with the versatility to run on- and off-road.
  • Capable of 80+ MPH (129+ km/h) speeds with 6S power and the included speed pinion.
  • 4X4 traction — can be run on asphalt, gravel, smooth dirt, or short grass.
  • DESIGNED FAST and DESIGNED TOUGH.
  • Classic truck body comes screen-printed, trimmed and decaled
  • Customizable wing allows you to tune downforce just how you want it
  • Full-width front splitter balances front vs. rear distribution of downforce
  • Rear diffuser helps generate downforce
  • 3mm plate, 6061-T6 anodized aluminum chassis
  • Center chassis brace for maximum durability
  • Adjustable front and rear body mounts
  • Easy-access sliding motor mount for quick motor removal
  • Dual XL battery trays
  • Waterproof receiver box
  • Heavy-duty servo saver
  • Heavy-duty 4X4 drivetrain
  • Durable steel drive shafts
  • Center diff for improved handling on loose or slippery surfaces
  • All-metal diff outdrives and gearbox internals
  • Easy-access diff module with 5-bolt center diff removal
  • Independent suspension
  • Big bore aluminum oil-filled adjustable shocks
  • Black-anodized aluminum front and rear shock towers
  • 5-Spoke wheels and all-road dBoots® Hoons tires
  • Super-durable wheel hubs for strength
  • Hub nut O-rings
  • Spektrum™ DX2E Active™ radio
  • Spektrum DSMR™ SRS6000 receiver with AVC® Active Vehicle Control™
  • ADS-15M waterproof* metal-geared servo
  • BLX4074 2050Kv brushless motor
  • BLX185 waterproof* ESC
  • 2-year limited warranty (see product manual for details)

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Jun 07, 2019, 10:18 AM
"Aircraftus Fragmentum"
kydawg1's Avatar
Cool stuff.
Jun 07, 2019, 10:19 AM
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When Jason and I are standing a parking lot talking about the video in that story you know it must be pretty damn cool.
Jun 07, 2019, 10:48 AM
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The video has a little Ken Block feel to it.....well done.
Jun 07, 2019, 05:16 PM
Registered User
I see only one problem with this, I'd need two so my son and I wouldn't be fighting for the transmitter!
Jun 07, 2019, 05:30 PM
The Mad Titan
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Nice!
Jun 07, 2019, 05:33 PM
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Jason Cole's Avatar
It’s legit! Super fast and controllable and smoking the tires like a big truck is just epic.
Jun 07, 2019, 10:46 PM
USA: LakeGeorge, New York
That body is very detailed!
On road chassis with a rough looking truck body....
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Jun 09, 2019, 11:58 AM
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Jym73's Avatar
I don't think i will buy one (or maybe if i win to the lotery ), but i really like the concept. The body, even if it is inspired from the outcast/notorious, is a killer. The chassis desgin show that arrma works on new things to bring in rc cars. A direct concurrent to the Traxxas X0-1, but cheaper and way better. Amain removed a youtube video where the Amain guy make fall a XO-1 from his desk when watching the Infraction's video .
Jun 09, 2019, 08:53 PM
Registered User
Hope they make a off road out of it but I will buy the truck
Jun 10, 2019, 10:02 AM
Totally planned it that way
On my list of buys for the summer. I heard they had some for sale at Horizonfest. I also heard the product demo there was awesome! Thanks for the pics Jim.

Probably getting this and the Limitless as my splurges this summer and putting the Losi SRR I was looking at on the back burner.
Jun 10, 2019, 10:02 AM
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They had six there and after the demo they were gone!
Jun 10, 2019, 05:55 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim T. Graham
They had six there and after the demo they were gone!
I don't know if you looked that closely at this vs the Limitless, but from what I can tell, the only mechanical difference is that this comes with an actual center diff while the Limitless comes with a center spool?
Jun 11, 2019, 12:14 PM
USA: LakeGeorge, New York
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Originally Posted by DC1138
I don't know if you looked that closely at this vs the Limitless, but from what I can tell, the only mechanical difference is that this comes with an actual center diff while the Limitless comes with a center spool?

What's the difference (function) center diff vs center spool?
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