MST has released images of their latest TCR-M kit, the RS73. Intended as a Rear motor, rear wheel drive, 233mm wheelbase set-up, the kit features the iconic 1973 Porsche RS body. The 1:10 TCR – M chassis series from MST has four wheel independent suspension, two width versions of 164mm/173mm, and wheelbase settings of 210mm/225mm/233mm/239mm/245mm by the different chassis. Offering a range of realistic scaled bodies, the integrated three drive modes of FF/MR/RR mean you can configure the chassis to match original drive configuration of the full sized car you are replicating.
RC Drift specialist manufacturer MST has unveiled the upcoming release of its new generation RMX 2.5RTR 1:10 RWD drift car. The entry-level professional drift car features a new configuration and optimised settings to give enhanced performance and make for easier operation. With the car coming already set-up and ready to drift out of the box, it will be offered in both a brushed and brushless motor option with MST to announce more specific details shortly.
MST have introduced their new RMX 2.5 RS black 1/10 RWD drift car kit. Specially designed to be lightweight, this kit is fully loaded with the highest performance parts straight out of the box. It comes with a hardened plastic gearbox that supports RMX and RRX driving modes, and can have the motor mounted above or below the spur gear for different handling characteristics. Other new items over its predecessor include the 2.5mm carbon chassis, new upper deck and newly designed aluminium shock absorbers with adjustable length.
Coming from MST and usable for their range of drift cars is a carbon fibre lower front bumper. The part is machined of high-quality 3mm carbon fibre and it is a direct replacement for the standard bumper, offering improved rigidity and looks. Included with the bumper comes mounting hardware as well as a chrome decal for decoration purposes. Beside MST’s own range of chassis the bumper is understood to fit other brand’s cars using the same mounting pattern.
MST have released first teaser images of their forthcoming all-new GPX 1/5th scale electric bike kit. No official information is available yet beside a couple of CAD renderings but we bring you more details as they surface.
MST have introduced their new E92 body shell for 1/10th scale 190mm wide touring and drift cars. The body resembles a very popular German 2-door coupe and it comes moulded from clear high-quality polycarbonate. Included with the body is variety of accessories such as clear front and rear lights inserts, a moulded rear wing, rear view mirrors, window masks, and two decal sheets with lights, grille, window lines and many other details to make the body stand out. The body is available from now on and it will also hit stores in combination with MST’s RMX 2.0 drift car kit and RMX 2.0 RTR drift cars come July.
Coming from MST and made for the FXX 2.0 S drift car is a carbon fibre steering arm set. The kit includes machined carbon fibre arms, a ball-raced carbon fibre steering plate, a carbon fibre steering lever, as well as red anodised bellcrank hubs all of which make for a more precise and better performing steering setup, comparable to the KMW version kit. In addition the updated steering geometry allows for increased steering throw which further adds to the overall performance.
MST have released first teaser images of their forthcoming new LP56 body shell. Designed for 195mm wide 257mm wheelbase 1/10th scale on-road chassis, the body should tick the boxes of drift car fans but it may be also find its way into fun or outlaw GT racing. MST targets a release in the fourth quarter of 2020 and we bring you more details as they surface.