i have heard that you can build your own xo-1 from the ground up and costing cheaper than buying it already together...i am new to this hobbie world and i would like to try and do a compleat build...but i have no idea on like what parts to get
You might be able to if you put in cheaper or smaller electronics and tires.
For example, you could buy the following and have a cheap xo-1 that would hit around 70-75 consistently:
- XO-1 roller and body
- cheap suprasales buggy slicks
- hobbywing 150A ESC
- tacon 4074 2000 kv motor
- any cheap servo
- any cheap 2.4ghz radio
- 6s lipo
For the full experience though, you may as well just get the rtr version.
That's what I'd recommend. Get the rtr version especially seeing as you are new to the hobby.
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The beauty of building one from the ground up is you can spread the cost over time. You can acquire parts as you can afford them. It also allows you to become very familiar with the car and how it works. And for me, the build is just as exciting as unboxing a new rtr.