Shootout Scrambler

  • Download count 92
  • Unique foldername shootoutrcfone
  • Skin(s) for
  • Release date 2022-01-06
  • Version from 2022-01-06
  • Version 1
  • Category
  • Score
    83/100 (5 votes)
  • Unconventional car?
  • Construction Original
  • Engine Electric
  • Transmission 4WD
  • Top speed 37.2 mph
  • Total weight 1.6 kg
  • Acceleration 3.76 m/s²
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  • Track difficulty
  • Track length m
  • Reverse version available?
  • Time trial times available?
  • Practice mode star available?

    shooting straight through the pack like a bullet!

    Shootout Scrambler is an aerodynamic buggy, made for RVW Summer Contest 2021.
    its visuals are inspired by RC Bandit and Pole Poz, along with "Vulture" of Hot Wheels Highway 35.
    featuring a unique low-slung design with intricately composed lines, to create a look befitting of a speeding bullet.

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    as the name shows, the car accelerates like a speeding bullet being shot.
    Shootout Scrambler has a rapid acceleration to swiftly reach its top speed of 60 kph.
    this speed does not go to waste at corners, as it is capable of speeding through turns.
    the car can glide along corners at high speeds while keeping its momentum.
    if the situation demands it, the car can smoothly slide along tight hairpins.

    while its pure performance is undeniable, it comes at a major flaw.
    despite having good cornering capability, its response time is sluggish.
    it takes moments for the steering to reach its full cornering potential.
    this delay in steering means the car is not suited for reactive confrontation.
    the corner gliding also results in the car's pace being inconsistent.
    moreover, its flat low-slung body means it can end flipped around more than expected.

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    the soul of a speeding bullet graces Shootout Scrambler to shoot away from competitors.
    unsuited for direct confrontation, like a bullet shot that cant change its course.
    the key to this car is to plan ahead your line and maximize its performance output.


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