All-electric Mustang

Undercarriage

Body shell

E10 chassis

Rechargeable battery

Radio box

Electric motor

Central driveshaft

Fully independent suspension

TF-1 remote controller

8 AA batteries

Adjustable trim

Scale

It's got all-wheel drive, an all-electric drive train, and it's at 1/10th scale. It's the HPI E10 R/C kit.
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There's a lot of empty space beneath the E10's body shell.
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The shell is held in place with four posts and pins.
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The E10 chassis comes preassembled, but nearly every component is user-serviceable and upgradeable.
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The included 1,500mAH battery is good for 30-45 minutes of use.
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The radio box houses many of the sensitive electronics and the swappable frequency crystal.
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The motor sends power to the wheels. It can be moved to the front of the vehicle for a "drift" configuration or the rear, readjusting the weight for a "touring" layout.
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A central driveshaft and gearbox sends power to the front and rear axles.
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At each end, the E10 features an open differential and a fully independent suspension.
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The three-channel remote allows control of throttle and steering.
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It takes 8 AA batteries to power the remote. These are not included.
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Users can adjust steering trim, throttle trim, and change the remote's operating frequency with the purchase of additional radio crystals.
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The E10 kit carries an MSRP of $299, but it could easily be found for much cheaper online.
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