1/24-Scale Micro Rock Crawler BND
The Micro Rock Crawler is unlike any crawler you have ever
seen. First, it is the smallest crawler around. And second, it is the first
Micro vehicle to have a radio system with Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM technology. The
Micro Rock Crawler can pretty much crawl anywhere. You can run it on the couch,
over your keyboard, and almost any place outside. The 1/24 Micro Rock Crawler
RTR�it's small in size and big on fun.
Take the tour of the 1/24-scale Micro Rock Crawler for an
in-depth look at the features of the world's smallest crawler ever. The tour
includes an overview of the Micro Rock Crawler's chassis, video footage, a
photo gallery and more.
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Integrated DSM receiver/ESC combo
Metal worm gears (eliminate the need for a special ESC)
Low-profile solid axle housings
Molded telescoping driveshafts
Micro transmission designed for low motor mounting
Molded skid plate for transmission
3-wire micro crawling servo
Powerful micro motor
Chrome beadlock-style wheels
Realistic soft-compound micro Rock Claw™ tires
Twin vertical plate (TVP) aluminum chassis design
NiMH battery and charger
Fully decorated micro tuber-style body
With 4-link suspension, this crawler easily tackles uneven
surfaces without missing a beat. Its suspension articulation helps keep the
wheels on a surface at all times.
Front and Rear Solid Axles with Worm Gear Drives
Thanks to the Micro Crawler's worm gear drives, you won't
need a special crawling ESC. You'll get a smooth ride and the added benefit of
a full-time neutral brake. Unless you supply power to the gears, they won't
turn while you're in neutral.
Micro Rock Claw ™ Tires and Beadlock-Style Wheels
If a rock crawler is only as good as its tires, then you're
in luck. These tires rock. Based on National Champion 2.2 Rock Claws, the
micro's tires have the grip and traction to pull it up and over almost any
NiMH Battery and Portable Charger
The 1/24 Micro Rock Crawler RTR comes with everything
needed to run the crawler, including a rechargeable NiMH battery pack and a
Losi Radio System ™ 2.4 GHz DSM ® Technology
DSM technology offers numerous benefits over traditional
-No interference or glitching, which means never having to worry about finding
an open frequency, changing crystals or losing control of your vehicle.
- Losi DSM transmitters only require 4 AA batteries, making them lighter in
weight and less expensive to maintain.
- A shorter, fold-over antenna on the transmitter makes travel and storage much
What is Bind-N-Drive?
Bind-N-Drive (BND) is a transmitter-less option for RC enthusiasts who already
own a surface transmitter featuring Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM Technology. This
money-saving innovation allows you to add a Bind-N-Drive vehicle to your
collection without the extra cost or clutter of an extra transmitter.
How Bind-N-Drive Works
1. Choose your DSM transmitter
The surface transmitters pictured below feature Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM Technology
and are compatible with the 1/24 Micro Rock Crawer BND.
You may already own one of these transmitters if you already own a Losi Ready-To-Run vehicle that includes a DSM transmitter.
Spektrum DX2, DX2.0, DX3 and DX3.0 transmitters are also compatible with Bind-N-Drive vehicles.
2. Bind your transmitter
Bind your DSM transmitter to the 1/24 Micro Rock Crawler's receiver and you are
ready for action.
Please refer to you Losi vehicle's manual for complete instructions on the binding process.
Don't own a transmitter?
If you don't already own a surface DSM transmitter then you
should consider the 1/24 Micro Rock Crawler RTR (LOSB0236). The ready-to-run
version of the Micro Rock Crawler comes fully assembled and includes a receiver
and transmitter with Spektrum 2.4GHz DSM technology.
Losi also recommends purchasing a multi-model Spektrum radio system such as the
DX3S or the DX3R. A multi-model Spektrum radio system will allow you to add
Bind-N-Drive models to your collection without the need for an additional
transmitter or repeating the binding process when switching between DSM