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Kyosho Ultima DB 1/8 Electric Desert Buggy - revised
Sorry for the confusion - this is an updated version of the DB video with a clip added to show the large scale of the Ultima DB compared to the Ultima RB5. The Kyosho Ultima DB brings scale back to electric racing in the form of a modern off-road desert racing buggy. it's large 1/8-scale size comes from the Short Course platform of the Ultima SC, but it's not just the same truck with a new body. The Ultima DB features a very scale body with a rugged and functional roll cage. The cage attaches to the chassis at six points and withstands very strong impacts without body damage. The solid roof panel is and roll cage are made from a very durably molded composite that will endure much more punishment than an standard body. It also features a rear motor and transmission guard to protect against rear impacts. The Ultima DB comes completely factory assembled - even the body is trimmed, assembled and the decals are applied. You simply need to install a Ni-MH or Li-Po battery of your choice, attach the body, and you're ready to run. In spite of all it's user-friendliness, the Ultima DB is a current design that has the benefit of the World's most experienced RC racing engineers. The Ultima RB5 and RT5 are at the core of the Ultima DB, which means it not only looks great, it's shares the same DNA as the race-bred vehicles upon which its based. Sharing many of the same parts as the Ultima SC, the DB can use most of the replacement parts from the Ultima SC, and its relation with the RB5 and RT5 means that most of the optional high-performance parts are ready to be installed. The Ultima SC is already on its way to proving that it's the best performing short-course truck on the market, with commanding wins at the 2010 Silver State at the hands of Joe Pillars, and recently the 2010 Cactus Classic, piloted by Mark Pavidis. All of the performance of the SC is preserved in the Ultima DB, and it's got the added benefit of a modern, scale desert racing buggy body. There's simply no better value and performance that you can find in one package.





Kyosho Inferno GT2 Race Spec
The Kyosho Inferno GT2 Race Spec is the culmination of over 20 years experience in a category it created, and its performance and features are unmatched. The Race Spec features a long wheelbase chassis that includes a forward weight bias for superior steering response over the short wheelbase version it replaced. The shaft drive system is low maintenance, and it's fitted with a new high-performance transmission developed in the multiple World Champion Evolva. A new KE25 engine brings more power to the GT2 that ever before, and it features a standardized rear Exhaust system that accepts any racing Exhaust system. A lightweight aluminum header and polished tuned pipe are included, which are designed to extract maximum performance from the engine. The Kyosho KT201 radio system is factory installed in the GT2, which is a 2.4 GHz system that features 15 model memory, digital trims, sub trims, EPA, dual rate, and a host of other features that are usually reserved for aftermarket radio systems. Metal gear servos complete the package. The GT2 Race Spec comes with one of four bodies, three of which are scale masterpieces of modern racing. The Aston Martin DBR9 and the Corvette C6R are legends in modern racing, and the Audi R8 is ready to take it's place in history. The final option is the Ceptor, which is a Kyosho factory original that saved the cost of licensing, giving us a more cost effective alternative to the more popular factory licensed versions.





Kyosho Superten - Engine Adjust
Adjusting an Kyosho superten GS 15'' Engine - Trim, and admission! Low and High RPM. Ajustando o motor do meu superten... ta ficando bom!





[ Tutorial ] - Cambio de pistón y camisa (Kyosho GX15)
Video tutorial del cambio de pistón y camisa por otros nuevos, en un motor nitro Kyosho .15





Kyosho DRX Nitro Ford/Subaru Rally Cars
The newest version of the Kyosho DRX nitro rally car features authentic factory licensed bodies for the venerable Ford Fiesta and Subaru Impreza WRC Rally cars. The chassis features a strong, flat aluminum plate chassis and a full-time 4WD system that features three differentials. Oil-filled shocks smooth out the bump on either asphalt or dirt racing surfaces. Soft compound tires provide excellent grip for racing in all conditions. The GXR18 engine includes a convenient pull-starter that makes starting easy and economical. The power goes through a two-shoe clutch system that includes durable aluminum shoes and common scissor clutch springs that can be used to tune the clutch. The differentials can also use optional silicone fluid to tune the action of the drivetrain for even better, more confident handling. Last but not least, the DRX features a Syncro 2.4 GHz radio with a four channel receiver (extra channels for future development). Throttle end point adjustments, steering dual rate, servo reversing for both channels and indivudual trim settings are the features of the factory-installed radio. You can make the DRX as simple or as challenging as you desire with some simple tuning and vehicle options. This car can go from fast and fun to precision-tuned and ready to take on all the competition.





Kyosho GX-12 Simple Tip
How to get started quickly, great for beginners





Kyosho _ PureTen GP Alpha 3 _ Subaru Impreza WRC 2003 _ 4 WD _ All Inklusive
music: retax gorgon - analogue monologue www.label.syrup.hu video: deathmonkey





HPI RS4 Evo3+ / Kyosho PureTen GP Alpha 3
HPI RS4 Evo3+ / Kyosho PureTen GP Alpha 3





Kyosho PTA 3 gp gx15 The road wos very slippery :D
Too little snow track. My fingers wos frozen so steering wos challenge :D The video quality ain´t best... sorry! (I don´t have this car anymore)





Kyosho DRX VE RTR rally car review
URC is as active as ever at http://UltimateRC.com/forums/ ! If you have RC-related questions or want to share your own experiences, sign up for the free & friendly URC Forums & join *thousands* of other RCers interacting every single day! "Like" URC on Facebook! http://facebook.com/UltimateRC Responses to Frequently Asked Questions: Q: Do you have a video of/about _______? A: Check by visiting my main channel page; hit the channel-specific search box and enter a relevant keyword (fewer the better) Q: How much does [a product] cost, or where can I buy it? A: Hit up Google.com -- search for the product by name, then click the Shopping results link to quickly & easily see the current price range. RC items can be purchased from RC hobby shops, online RC shops like Tower Hobbies, A-Main Hobbies, etc., or from eBay sellers. Q: Why did you buy a brushed version of an RC to review, when there's a brushless version available? A: Many more people can afford to buy the brushed version -- not every buyer has an unlimited budget. Also, brushed RCs can be VERY enjoyable to own & run, even though they don't go 300mph. Q: Why don't you review more nitro vehicles? A: There are ***very*** few places in my highly-populated region where I can legally operate a nitro RC. Also, I don't personally like the noise & grime much (I have owned/run a number of nitro RCs). Q: Why don't you test more high-end maximum-expense race vehicles? A: I'm no longer a racer, and most viewers are not racers. I really enjoy multi-purpose vehicles that can be driven places other than a track. Plus, *proper* testing of a race vehicle *requires* a long, arduous, expensive process involving extensive tuning and direct apples-to-apples driving comparison against the leading competitor or two under identical conditions. Q: How do you get your money to buy RC stuff? A: By working. Hard. Really hard. Q: I personally don't like what this video was about. Why did you post it? A: Wait, why did you watch the video, when the title clearly says what it's about? Q: Is URC dead? A: Silliest question of all time, hands down. Visit http://UltimateRC.com/forums & hit "View New Posts" for your answer!





Kyosho Scorpion XXL VE RTR 1/7 scale buggy Review
URC is as active as ever at http://UltimateRC.com/forums/ ! If you have RC-related questions or want to share your own experiences, sign up for the free & friendly URC Forums & join *thousands* of other RCers interacting every single day! "Like" URC on Facebook! http://facebook.com/UltimateRC Responses to Frequently Asked Questions: Q: Do you have a video of/about _______? A: Check by visiting my main channel page; hit the channel-specific search box and enter a relevant keyword (fewer the better) Q: How much does [a product] cost, or where can I buy it? A: Hit up Google.com -- search for the product by name, then click the Shopping results link to quickly & easily see the current price range. RC items can be purchased from RC hobby shops, online RC shops like Tower Hobbies, A-Main Hobbies, etc., or from eBay sellers. Q: Why did you buy a brushed version of an RC to review, when there's a brushless version available? A: Many more people can afford to buy the brushed version -- not every buyer has an unlimited budget. Also, brushed RCs can be VERY enjoyable to own & run, even though they don't go 300mph. Q: Why don't you review more nitro vehicles? A: There are ***very*** few places in my highly-populated region where I can legally operate a nitro RC. Also, I don't personally like the noise & grime much (I have owned/run a number of nitro RCs). Q: Why don't you test more high-end maximum-expense race vehicles? A: I'm no longer a racer, and most viewers are not racers. I really enjoy multi-purpose vehicles that can be driven places other than a track. Plus, *proper* testing of a race vehicle *requires* a long, arduous, expensive process involving extensive tuning and direct apples-to-apples driving comparison against the leading competitor or two under identical conditions. Q: How do you get your money to buy RC stuff? A: By working. Hard. Really hard. Q: I personally don't like what this video was about. Why did you post it? A: Wait, why did you watch the video, when the title clearly says what it's about? Q: Is URC dead? A: Silliest question of all time, hands down. Visit http://UltimateRC.com/forums & hit "View New Posts" for your answer!





Kyosho PureTen Alpha GP 4WD Subaru IMPREZA WRC
http://basicflashblog.blogspot.com/ Motor: Kyosho GX12-CR





Macchinina radiocomandata
Ecco la mia Opel Astra della Kyosho.Monta il motore della Ferrari della Dea Agostini;un gx 15 2,5cc.E' un modello basilare che grazie al motore mi da molte soddisfazioni.





Kyosho Alpha
This is my Kyosho Alpha which I stripped down, cleaned and re-build everything, including the engine, I have now got new wheels, Exhaust and also a porshe 911 bodyshell which isnt shown in the video. This car only cost me £120 brand new and with the extra's I brought for it. Enjoy !





Kyosho Pure Ten 2Gang,Gx15 Motor,Tuning lager und mehr
Pure ten mit 2 Gang,gx15 Motor und Tuning lager




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