A Revamped Retro Hotrod: ARRMA’s Infraction 6S BLX All-Road Truck

A Revamped Retro Hotrod: ARRMA’s Infraction 6S BLX All-Road Truck

The year rolls on and so does ARRMA. Alongside their Felony Street Bash 6S BLX muscle car, they’ve also released the second version of their 1/7-scale Infraction 6S BLX All-Road Truck. While the body shape remains the same, this amped-up retro pickup truck now features two new color and graphics options and a few updated internals.

The V2 Infraction is powered by a Spektrum Firma 4074 2050kv brushless motor and a Spektrum Firma ESC which are capable of handling 3S, 4S, and 6S LiPo power. With this powerplant inside, it’s safe to say that the fire-breathing, tire-eating soul of the original lives inside this second-gen model.

ARRMA Infraction 6S BLX V2 - Chassis

A 3-channel Spektrum radio system is included, pairing the DX3, 2.4GHz transmitter with an SR6110AT receiver, which includes Active Vehicle Control (AVC). For an immersive driving experience, the radio system supports the Spektrum Dashboard app, which requires a Spektrum Bluetooth Module, DX3 smartphone mount, and an Apple or Android-powered smartphone.

ARRMA Infraction 6S BLX V2 - Rear

Four dBoots Hoons tires are at the ready, whether you choose to shred them or use them to rocket this truck around corners and through

The lid of this street-slayer has also been revamped, if only in color and graphics. Gone is the bronze/gold color option, replaced by two new schemes; blue/black and silver/gray.

ARRMA Infraction 6S BLX Specs:

  • Height: 7.87″ (200 mm)
  • Weight: 11lbs (4990g)
  • Length: 27.36″ (695 mm)
  • Width: 12.2″ (310 mm)
  • Front Track: 12.13 in (308mm)
  • Rear Track: 12.01 in (305mm)
  • Motor: Brushless, Sensorless, 2050kv
  • Battery: Up to 6S LiPo  (sold separately)

Where to order the ARRMA Infraction 6S BLX:

Priced at $649.99, the Infraction 6S BLX All-Road Truck will be available through ARRMA, Horizon Hobby, and their dealers. To learn more about this 1/7-scale R/C road ripper, visit arrma-rc.com.

Image credit: ARRMA