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
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
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 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
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
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 Alpha 3 Pure Ten Automodelismo
Dirigindo na rua de casa não prestem atenção nas vozes de fundo, está
horrivel / Driving home on the street do not pay attention to the
background voices are horrible
Kyosho Mini-Z Racer MR-02 EX - Lambo Murcielago & Nissan GT-R
The MR-02 EX is the culmination of many years of experience building the
best mini cars the world has to offer. Kyosho started building the Mini-Z
racer well over a decade ago, and its been the strongest car in it's class.
The EX takes the most popular performance model from the last decade and
upgrades it with an improved, built-in steering servo that delivers
incredibly precise, ultra-fast steering response.
Another key feature of the EX is that it comes from the factory with an
installed 2.4GHz radio. It's the first Kyosho Mini-Z that includes a 2.4
GHz radio -, and it enhances the driving experience by eliminating any
concerns about channel management, and it provides a strong, reliable
signal that greatly enhances the stability of the connection between the
car and radio control. The built-in electronic speed control is also more
robust, easily handling the stock motor and allowing plenty of capability
for a faster high-performance
The MR-02EX currently comes with either a Nissan GT-R Super GT, or a
Lamborghini Murcielago LP640-4 body. Both cars are legendary performers
already, and the EX keeps that tradition, not only with it's own
exceptional performance, but also with it's stunning attention to detail
and scale appearance that rivals that of a diecast car.
Hundreds of superbly factory detailed bodies are available to change the
look of your machine, or you can choose one of the many blank bodies that
are ready for custom painting. Additionally, there are hundreds of
high-performance factory option parts that can be added to enhance the
performance, durability or even just the appearance of the car.
It's the most complete package ever offered by Kyosho, and it's got the
benefit of the world's most experienced mini class designers. It's as
simple as opening the box, installing batteries, and you're ready to go.
For more information, check www.kyosho.com
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
Ferrari F1 RC Motor Kyosho GX-15
Ferrari F1 RC escala 1/8 réplica do carro do Michael Schumacher F2004.
Motor Kyosho GX-15 de 2,5cv
Rotações por Minuto: 3000 ~ 25000rpm
Kyosho Pure Ten Alpha 3 - by Benia
La famosissima Entry Level 1/10 della kyosho con qualche accorgimento
meccanico. Marmitta e collettore a risonanza, cambio a 2 marce, componenti
della camera di scoppio e albero motore accuratamente levigati e lucidati a
specchio. Il motore è quello di scatola, un kyosho GX15 2,5cc.
Un piccolo giro di prova.
Kyosho DRX VE RTR rally car review
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