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Ofna Sabre X3 Nitro Buggy RTR

Ofna Sabre X3 4wd Nitro BuggyIntroducing the Ofna Sabre X3 RTR! Based on The X3 Sabre 2.0 Pro, which had stellar results and great performance in suspension work and drive efficiency and now that platform is here in RTR! Proven performance in ready to run and full blast action. The Ofna Sabre X3 RTR has all the characteristics of its older cousin with 16mm V2 hard coated shocks, 2.4Ghz radio system, plus a .28 engine. The X3 is in the upper class of RTR’s because it still has the tuning set-ups from the Pro edition so getting to work on the track right away will not take other parts to dial it in.

Big block power propels the Buggy in the right way fast and forward; the Force .28 engine puts down powerful low-end torque and speed. A super sized cooling head to keeps this monster cool run after run and a dual stage air filter prevents your engine from getting harmful particles down deep into the engine.

X3 Sabre suspension platform is based on the X3 Sabre Pro with long travel and solid performance, aluminum front and rear shock towers with set-up in mind for the shock positions and camber links. The RTR will also include 2.3mm front and rear sway bars, fixed hinge pins holders that are made of aluminum with a nylon cover. Solid constructed arms front and rear rounded front bumper and front CVA’s. The drive for the suspension is all equipped with rubber sealed bearings, the X3 is so free-flowing you’re going to love to roll it around. Today’s buggies look for as much steering as possible and the Kingpin steering is key so the X3 has gone that way with ultimate steering at full compression and at full travel. The steering feels great through the corners but the stability is still maintained and the X3 is easy to drive with speed.

V2 16mm shocks also come from the Pro kit, nothing RTR here. Hard coated shock bodies and caps are the same from the Pro kit, aluminum shock collars adjust the ride height you need and shock boots to keep the dirt from harming you shock shafts and o-rings. Long stroke with high volume dampening for outstanding shock set-up. The shock package also includes soft red pro springs that are an option to the X3 Sabre Pro.

X3 Sabre RTR comes with 2.4 radio that has a three-channel set-up, trim dials to set-up the servos for with what you need. Left and Right steering rates and Throttle and brake trims to keep your servo from harm from overthrowing your servos, the 2.4 radio system is also equipped with quick set-up fail safe in the even of radio interference

Stopping power is done with lightweight fiber brake discs, another high quality part that comes on the X3 Pro and is also on the X3 RTR. Steel brake pads also help the stopping power and they are set to the side to provide some better LCG characteristics along with brake cams and levers. Some many Pro parts brought over to the RTR it’s hard not to have one.
The RTR radio tray is equipped with two RTR servos and an OFF/ON switch, this tray can be easily removed and all comes out together with receiver and battery boxes as it molded as one unit, so clean your car is a snap.

Even though it’s an RTR the X3 has the same differentials as the Pro edition with front and rear forged steel bevel and pinion gear long lasting durability, the center has a steel spur and all three can hold silicon oils of different viscosities to tune your Sabre the way you like it for the track you’re going to attack. The smaller spiders are also forged steel for solid drive package for the X3 Sabre.

The RUBIX tire is a medium pin soft tire that is made for a fast buggy like the X3 RTR, small cube designed for good stability for cornering and on-power forward bite, the X3 RTR will also come with in-up ultra light wheel.


  • Length: 515mm
  • Height: 188mm
  • Wheelbase: 325-330mm
  • Weight: 3357g
  • Release Date: Late November
  • Part: 34932
  • Price: $365


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