Vipers will be shipping with 0.50" thick wheels/hubs until the 0.75" thick ones arrive late November.
If you've added the Charger option, we will hold the order until chargers arrive late November.
Once this batch runs out more will arrive sometime in December.
Combat Robot Kit comes with everything you need to get started in combat robotics.
- The custom-formed 6061-T6 Aluminum chassis has plenty of strength and space for additional components and upgrades.
- A 6-Channel radio transmitter and receiver pair leaves four channels free to add any active devices you desire.
- Two FingerTech "Silver Spark" 33.3:1 ratio gearmotors with 2.25" Snap Wheels provide both speed and pushing power.
- Two FingerTech "tinyESC" speed controllers translate the radio receiver commands into motor movement and provide 5V power to the radio.
- Polycarbonate combat armor keeps the components safe.
kit is fully intended to be sawed, drilled, modified, and upgraded. Recommended for ages 10+ (6+ with a parent).
Its base weight is only 313grams (11.0oz) leaving:
• 141grams (4.97oz) for additional parts if entering the Antweight (1lb) weight class
• 1049g (37.0oz) if entering the Beetleweight (3lb) weight class. (The Viper is mainly run in the Antweight 1lb class)
These add-ons fit right onto the existing Viper robot chassis - no machining or soldering required!
Viper Lifter add-on
Take your Viper Combat Robot kit to the next level by adding a powerful servo-actuated lifting arm!
Viper Spinner add-on
Add a vicious horizontal spinner weapon to your Viper Combat Robot!
*Transmitter and receiver are required. If you already have them, you can say "No" to the Radio Option below.
Body Width: 16.5cm (6.5in)
Length: 14cm (5.5in)
Body Height: 3cm (1.18in)
Weight: 313grams (11.04oz)
Transmitter and receiver are required. If you don't have them already, you can add them with the option below.
-"Radio option" includes: T6A Radio Transmitter
, TR6A receiver
-"Charger option" includes: Lipoly charger
, Power Supply
-Transmitter requires 8 AA batteries.
-An optional programming cable
can be used to reprogram the functions on the transmitter. Viper radios come programmed for mixed driving (most common) but if you prefer tank-style 2-stick driving you will need to reprogram.