The Gen2 gets a larger motor than the original Barrage trail truck. Instead of a “370” can, it’s a longer “390,” and it’s about 3mm larger in diameter, with a 22-turn armature. That means more rpm and torque. Voltage is fed via a Dynamite speed control rated at 60amps, and it’s programmable via jumper plugs—no button pushing or flash/beep counting required. From the factory, the unit is set for NIMH batteries and forward/ brake/reverse operation, but you can also activate low-voltage detection for Lipo use, and choose a Crawl setting with a powerful hold brake.
The 390 power boosts torque compared to the 370 powerplant of the first-gen Barrage.