Now, if you, I think this looks kind of familiar, you probably should, because this is basically the same thing. Is that little eNOS 9300 II? A truck that I just reviewed all within the last two weeks I didn't realize whenever I requested this. This is exactly the same as that little truck it's just friction shocks. It does have metal dog bones, it's the exact same truck as a2 s. I think it's 850 milliamp lipo battery in here it's a 380 or '0 sized brush motor here inside with the cooling, passive cooling radiators on it to keep the motor cool. But otherwise you know it's four wheel drive but it's, just the exact same thing: there's a few minor differences. It does have two white LED lights in the front which that truck didn't have and, of course, this hardtop there's, a protective stuff. You want to pull off this eye just to make it uh. You know, look better so make sure you remember to do that. You don't have to it's just going to tear and come off as soon as you crash it anyway. Now you can see I'll show you the model numbers here. The box is pretty beat up that it came in so it's all kind of squashed. I don't have the packing inside of it, but you can see the model numbers here. It'S at 93. O3E is the one I have there's, also a 93, Oh for, like I said the one I reviewed a few weeks ago, that was just a 93 hundred, which is also a px toy Sandy Lane, because this is all re branded, px toys, trucks and cars.
So this one here, I don't it's, probably the same model number. I think they use the same naming conventions as px toys. They just just cost. You know II, nas or e nause or, however you pronounce. That name ran so again. This is just a px toys and it's the same as like the sand eel, and it just has this hardtop body spare wheel on the back and the white LEDs. So I've already got a power plugged in let's, go ahead and power it up. The switch is on the side of the receiver ESC. You see the white LEDs flashing go solid once I bind it, so the controller is the same exact px toys brand controller, just like the other ones, and I can see that what light went solid red here. So it is all bound up if it's gon na be just like the other truck I'll, take it out for a test drive here in front of my house this time, the other ones. You know the Sandy Lane and this one, and then you see some of that plastic – that it's called screw had there that I pulled off. It needs a lot of trimming. I had trouble getting the other one trimmed up. You know so I probably needed to trim it quite a bit while you're driving it that was the biggest knock against it, and this is fully proportional. So, if not only the throttle, if you guys can see we've also got fully proportional steering, you just see a little girl a lot.
So these are pretty nice for the price. We have great introductory RC because I don't know how this is going to perform because it's the exact same as the another two that have the e na z, 9300 and the PX choice and Elance is glad and we're just driving around here now. Actually, the trims not too bad there, nice jump, these are fun and they they got good power, they've a form really well to the price and they're not like. I break the bank, so this makes a really good introduction car and get your feet wet with this you're, not breaking the bank and it's kind of a form really well, like I said: it's it's, nice and I'm, a big fan of the px toy stuff. Now this wheel does have a lot of tension to it, so something about you might if you switched to a different RC car. You might be surprised at how easy some of these wheels can turn this. One really has a lot of tension, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. It'S, just you have to just turn it harder to actually steer the car yeah. This one's actually doing well it's trimmed up pretty good out out of the box. I don't have to mess with it like the other. One first thing I would do with this truck is look at some cheap. You know, inexpensive oil filled shocks, that's gon na help out. No, these are doing pretty good these again.
These are just spring. Friction shocks. There'S no oil in these – and these are not the ones you could add oil either they're just there's, not yeah. Some of these shocks you get actually meant to the oil fill, but the cut cost they don't even mess. It put oil in them in the factory, but these don't appear to be that kind. Whoa the tires are pretty grippy nice rubber tires. They seem to be pretty nice you're, not gon, na break this real easy to those metal dog bones or you know that could be cups in there or plastic. You know these are gon na, be a pretty rugged little car. From my experience with the other one. No, my daughter drove the rest of the battery out the other day after I reviewed the other truck and it drove pretty long time. So I don't know exactly. Of course you should get a pretty good run time. I think 15 to 20 minutes is not unreasonable. I think you'd be fine to upgrade this to brushless as well. That'S cool just stick with the 2s pack in there. You would need to change that that plug is a plug on that it looks like a Tamiya Tamiya connector but it's a smaller one, it's, not the same it's, a proprietary plug so it's far from ideal. But you could swap that out with a Deans plug which most of the ESC Russell's kits come with, so you go with a little brushless motor in here.
Stick with 2's. You can find 2s packed with Dean's plugs if you don't want to mess with swap in it at that point, you're out you're. Putting in you know a budget ESC, brushless kit, let's, say it's 40 bucks, but you'll be fine for this one. At that point, with this truck you're getting up to around 100 bucks, assuming you don't buy any other batteries, and at that point you might be better off just looking at something like the Zen low honk, you 903 are the Remo ha vs max Music or even Better the hbx hbx trucks, our SG also make three brands that that thing that trucks like sometimes under seventy bucks is brushless and you don't have to worry about upgrading the kit. So I think this truck, if you're, okay with the brush motor, stick with that. If you want to go brushless, you know you shouldn't think I think and do it, but just you know at that point my just get the law hbx i get the 1688 nine. I believe the model number don't hold me to it. That one already has everything you need and you get all fulfilled shocks designed for it really easy and fortunate for that car. It just has really really poor control range. This ones we see I'm fine out here, they're, probably 50 feet 60 feet and the hbx will drop out probably right around there with the stock controller that's its biggest knock that's.
Why? I use a HVX controller from my one of my old trucks and that one works. Great and doesn't have range issues yeah. You can see this one, this one's pretty well balanced, Oh, wiped out and it's got pretty good power, even though it's a rush motor it's. Not new tech, you know, lipo batteries are a great difference maker. They just provide more crunch and power than nickel cadmium packed from years ago, so you throw a lipo battery a little car like this, and it just it makes it punch here and just more power than the old nickel cadmium packs. Just didn't pious apply. That kind of punch, yeah, that's, nice that's, not super fast. You guys can see I'm guessing somewhere, probably in a 15 mile per hour range, so not not as quick as maybe you'd like, but then again this is meant to be sort of a beginner. Our introduction car for most people – you don't, want the fastest car for that, because it's gon na be harder to manage. You know any be more likely to break it when it gets to higher speeds. To me this is fast enough. It'S not like it's super slow. You know super slow can be kind of boring, it jumps pretty nice and you can see the my grass is not real tall, but pretty thick and it's having no issues just kind of bouncing through it. You expect the 118 scale is gon na do yeah.
This is really cool my daughter's banging on the door window there. If you hear that knocking sound, she obviously wants to come out and play with this, but she's not addressed ready to come out play with this o'night. Alright guys. I think that price shows you guys enough and it break they're, really nice as well see. Let me show you that real quick to breaking before we wrap this up just slam your finger forward in reverses first as your break, so here we go and that breaks really nice let's. Do that again, nice breaking, then you just hold it in and go right into reverse. They were able to write it weally, alright, guys. I should wrap up the review of this little Anansi RC buggy again. This one is the ninety. It was it's a 93. This is a 93 o3e. I really like this. The interests of this you can pick this up and, if purchase Lee, could put it on the description. If I have any coupons or anything all we sure to include that for this, I think this will probably ran the 50. I forget it's gon na be around the same price as the other Anansi and remember. This is just a px toys rebrand, but I really like the hardtop. This protects everything really well it's, gon na add a little more weight compared to the luckiest embody on the other one, so it's conceivable the other lexan top ones.
Could we actually be a smidge faster just because there's less weight, but otherwise this is really cool. I like a lot right, guys hope this you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe to the channel click. The bell.