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DHK Wolf BL RTR 1/10 4WD Buggy - No Battery/Charger

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$150.00

No. 345371

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DHK Wolf BL RTR 1/10 4WD Buggy

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Files

Raz-R/Wolf BL Manual (14.9 MB)This is the Owner's Manual for the DHK Raz-R and Wolf - Brushless Versions
Quick-Start Guide (3.5 MB)This is the Quick-Start Guide for DHK Electric Vehicles
LiPo Battery Safety Guide (96.5 KB)

Failure to comply with the guidelines in this document may result in damage to your battery, property damage, fire, personal injury and/or loss of life.

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Nice Fun Buggy Update Review by Beamie
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Main issue is Servos. Both my Wolf BL and Wolf 2 (now Converted to BL) Servos failed after approximately 4 hours of use. Even the extra DHK Servo I bought failed. Since installing a WinKing Metal BB Servo in the Wolf 2 and a Hitec in the Wolf BL, I haven't had an issue with either buggy since and I've been racing it around at my club's dirt track. https://youtu.be/vMQa08ROpJ8 I am very surprise to find out that the plastic steering knuckles are so durable and can take a good beating. Tires are excellent in the dirt and short grass, but terribly awful in the sand. Totally awful. The main reason why I've updated my last review with this one is because how the Stock Wolf BL handle a Torrential Storm recently in my area of the City. It play hard and well while going up a mud drench hill in the rain. https://youtu.be/R4qp-aIgRzg If I didn't have a bad adapter for the battery hookup it would have ran for another 5 minutes splashing through the mud and rain. I loved it. ***WARNING*** Do Not use 3S constantly. Dogbones, Outdrive C-cups, and Wheel axles will take a very bad beating and have a shorten life expectancy. 2S LiPo is all you need to run around on a good dirt track and have fun. Oh, by the way, you can purchase CVD's for the Wolf. If DHK will just install a better Servo, possibly waterproof, CVD's up front it'll even be more durable right out of the box. I personally will want a Slipper Clutch so I can bash it at 3S with the proper adjustment. Still 4 out of 5 Stars. (Posted on 8/5/16)
5star Review by Elrazor
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Nice all wheel drive (Posted on 4/20/16)
Go Value for Beginners Getting Into Brushless Review by Beamie
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I like this buggy so much that I bought both the Wolf 2 and Wolf BL and you can't beat the value for both. I even converted the Brushed to Brushless which was quite simple and fun to do. These two are true bashers and are pretty tough for mainly being made out of plastic, but with hardened steel parts in the right places along with some aluminum items. The only reason why I gave it 4 out of 5 Stars is because both should have a slipper clutch because they are heavy, with the Wolf BL weighing in at 4.023 lbs. and the Converted Brushed to Brushless Wolf 2 weighing in at 4.396 lbs., and I prefer C-Hubs on the Steering/Suspension components, but please don't hesitate to buy one of the two buggies to run and have lots of fun with, because you'll definitely will. Get the Battery and Charger from Hobby People. You can't go wrong. https://youtu.be/AQ_auQwn2Qg (Posted on 3/30/16)
Value Review by Buggy Racer
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No matter what car you get it's going to break at some point. I recommend adding bumpers from the Hunter (larger and protects better $10), don't even waste time, just replace the steering servo with a titanium gear ($70), buy a dual charger ($125) because its so fun to race you will want to just keep it running, and you are going to be really happy. Don't forget to get a titanium or aluminum arm ($7) for the servo also because this part of the car takes the hardest wear and tear. With this investment, you could buy 2 or 3 of these compared to one of the name brands for almost the same price. I am racing on a track against these $1000 cars and giving them a run for their money while not having to take it off the track to fix it like they are. Very strong design. I bought 3 of these. One I am experimenting with upgrades trying to peak it out with gears ect. (Posted on 12/31/15)
Looks good, I like the parts on the vehicle. Mine came with the radio which is crap. Review by Nice Buggy but not the Radio
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Car ran good right out of the box. Nice suspension, steering, and disassembles quick. But the radio is horrible, can't expect much though from the price. Its obvious all the quality is in the car. Will be looking into a new radio tomorrow. (Posted on 3/16/15)
awesome Review by Andy
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I've had the wolf bl since January and it is incredible. I am using the hobby people 5000 lipo and the buggy almost wants to fly. impressive buggy (Posted on 11/4/14)
Not bad for begginer Review by Wizard
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Has a very low speed and a limited turning ratio and is a good car for a young boy or girl (Posted on 10/29/14)
great buggy Review by Adam
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same price as other companies brushed. with 5000 lipo clocked in at 43mph. if you run in sand, be sure to seal the chassis to keep sand out. Sand will destroy the motor and esc. (Posted on 9/1/14)
problems Review by great starter buggy
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So, when i bought the wolf i had lots of fun with it. but then i started to have some problems, one of my problems is that its really cheap. whenever i would accidentally nose dive it into a hill my shocks would call off. with my gas buggy (which i don't know the name of because i lost the cover) it would fall of like every 20 times. so whenever it crashed i would have to go and put it back on. also it would turn as well so i friend to adjust it so that made it worst because I'm not good at it at all. so this is a good starter buggy but not a good racing buggy. (Posted on 8/19/14)
problems Review by great starter buggy
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So, when i bought the wolf i had lots of fun with it. but then i started to have some problems, one of my problems is that its really cheap. whenever i would accidentally nose dive it into a hill my shocks would call off. with my gas buggy (which i don't know the name of because i lost the cover) it would fall of like every 20 times. so whenever it crashed i would have to go and put it back on. also it would turn as well so i friend to adjust it so that made it worst because I'm not good at it at all. so this is a good starter buggy but not a good racing buggy. (Posted on 8/19/14)

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