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MST RMX2.0 S Released

The new MST RMX2.0 S has arrived stateside. This chassis takes some inspiration from the Yokomo yd-2 with a sealed gearbox and “backwards” mounted motor orientation (the spur is mounted on the left hand side of the chassis). Like MST’s FXX, the RMX2.0 S uses a ladder frame chassis for rigidity. Super-G in sunny California has already built and given a maiden voyage drive reporting that it’s a solid performer out of the box. Will this chassis unseat the yd-2 as the new favorite? How long until the inevitable VIP RMX2.0 is released? And who can we thank for including adjustable turnbuckles on this S kit?

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WHEELBASE : 257mm
WIDTH : 190mm
DRIVE MODE : RWD
CASTER: adjustable 6 / 8 / 10 / 12 degree
CAMBER: adjustable 0 to -12 degree
FULL BALL BEARING
HYDRAULIC DAMPER SET

■ Two install methods of motor mount – upper or lower gravity deployment
■ Two install methods of servo – vertical or lateral deployment
■ Plastic high rigidity constructions
■ New designed front great-steering suspenstion system
■ The adjustable steering system for two-step Ackermann changes
■ 6 degrees KPI steering upright, and -0.5 towing distance axle design
■ New designed inside rods fulcrum mount at the front upper arm is adjustable for 10-step highness and both sides positions
■ New full-sealed dustproof gear box is transmitted by bevel gears
■ Standard ball differential
■ 6 changeable second-deceleration-ratio gear sets of 1.78-3.82 (standard 3.08)
■ The fulcrum at the rear suspension upper rod is 5-step adjustable on both sides. The outer fulcrum is 4-step adjustable on both sides
■ Steel CVD axle of rear transmission system
■ Suitable for long and short battery
■ Full turnbuckles
■ Full great smooth metal ball connectors
■ Standard realistic caliper and disc shape brake set

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Posted by in New Products, RC Drifting on Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 at 10:08 pm

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