The Losi DBXL-E has the stability that you find with 1/5-scale vehicles and the performance of a smaller more nimble vehicle.
8S Capable Speed Control
When you have a vehicle this big, with a drivetrain that is pretty much unbreakable, you’ll want a power system that can handle a lot, and that’s what you get with the DBXLE’S speed control. The 160-amp unit is able to handle up to 8S of Lipo power and it has a peak current of 1050A. It’s a good thing that the speed control is powering a 1/5-scale vehicle because it needs a lot of space to fit its large 2.8x2.6-in. footprint. Mounting tabs and screws secure the speed control to the chassis. A large heat sink is used to keep it cool while in use, and a large brushless fan further aids in cooling. You also get motor lockup protection, low-voltage cutoff, thermal protection, overload protection, and a fail-safe. You can pick up an optional programming card and change such functions as the running mode, max brake force, and punch.
Maxxis Replica Tires
Adding to the realism is a set of Maxxis Creepy Crawler replica tires. They add a cool look and the all-terrain treads are great for various surfaces. The tires come mounted to new multi-spoke bead lock wheels and support for the rubber come foam inserts.
800KV Brushless Motor
Spinning the drivetrain is a very large 4.5x2.3-in. 800KV brushless motor. It uses a sensorless design and long wires, along with 6.5mm connectors to attach it to the buggy’s speed control. The can has a textured finish and ribbed design to increase its surface area and improve cooling. It also features a massive 8mm diameter output shaft. The rear center diff mount is machined out of aluminum and is used to attach the motor to the buggy’s drivetrain. Two screws attach it to a plate, and it slides in and out of the center diff mount. Two more screws secure the assembly in place once the gear mesh has been set.