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May 9, 2014

Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

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Kyosho have released first official images of their forthcoming ZX6 1/10th electric 4WD buggy. The follow-up model of the popular Lazer ZX5 was in development for some time now but never allowed to become photographed on races, although some spy shots floated around the internet. The buggy is based around a machined 7075 aluminium chassis that allows for a front or rear motor configuration while making use of a 2S shorty LiPo battery pack. The adjustable battery mount also allows to use saddle pack batteries from what is understaff. The suspension arm mounts are machined aluminium pieces with composite inserts to alter the suspension geometry. Other moulded composite parts include the front and rear shock towers, chassis braces, and chassis side pods. Depending on the motor position the steering servo is mounted in -line or vertically while the centre driveshafts make use of a standard “dog bone” design. We bring you more information and a release date of the new kit as soon as they become available.


Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

Features:
– New 7075 aluminium hard anodised chassis with side guards
– New aluminium steering crank design for linear control
– New easy to adjust upper bulkheads and shock stay
– New sliding motor mount design allowing precise adjustments for weight distribution
– Tungsten ball diffs
– Adjustable battery layout, compatible with separate type battery packs and shorty packs
– Velvet coated big bore aluminium shocks
– X-Gear springs, ball diff grease and hi-graphite grease included
– Heavy duty diff ring gears and bullet proof drive train
– New high down force forward cab body with new hi-flow wing

Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

Kyosho ZX6 4WD buggy – First images

Source: Kyosho [kyosho.de]



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