Kyosho Inferno ST-RR EVO Competition 1/8 Scale Truck Kit [KYO31357B]
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Paul King - Rating:
Monday, September 12, 2011
come on guys, you're rating it and it's not even out yet?! lol... Well, we've been running it, and I can tell you the new gears are saweet! We ran a ONE set of gears for the entire electric nationals. 2 full days of unlimited practice, 6 rounds of qualifying, and triple A mains. All that with a 2100 KV brushless and big 90c brick pack.. two front driveshafts, but one set of gears lol... anyhow, just giving my support to the new improved ST-RR. It's got threaded shocks, new gears, MP9 hardware, n[More…]
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.
Anthony Luciano - Rating: Verified Owner
Sunday, August 19, 2012
I had to give this thing a good run before I wrote a review. Kyosho has the worst manual I have ever looked at. I have to deduct one full point due to how bad it is. Second, the steering knuckles are cast. Since I usually break those on every kit that has them I installed the billet option ones that you have to buy. The kit seemed to be missing a couple screws that I needed. The wing yanks off VERY easy. You should install a bigger washer over the existing washer and use a slightly longer screw.[More…]
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
everette wigal - Rating:
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
ya know i have been race n a long time, spent alot of time replaceing worn out parts on other brands, since buying kyosho i spend alilmore up front and get a good R/C CAR that holds up and in the end i save time and MONEY not having to replace worn out parts. i get alot more track time and less time on the bench fix n dumb stuff, plus you dont need to buy 3 to 4 hundred dollars of upgrade parts to keep up its in the box. so think about that when you complain about price
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
TheChapThatWins - Rating:
Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Right, Its hard to describe just how good this truck is and i feel normal description of its quality, ease of setup and numerous other strong points will fall short of a true representation.
Let me use an analogy.
Have you seen Avatarę? You know the scene where the Na'vi mount the Direhorse and connect their neural queue to one of the animal's antennae?
Well, once intertwined, the Na'vi rider can communicate motor commands instantly through the neural interface. The apparent lack of effort ma[More…]
Everett Lesueur - Rating:
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Super easy to drive, instructions aren't the best though. Did the e-conversion ( Kyosho ) and it is perfect. Cast steering knuckles are just fine, although for 830 dollars they should be machined. Chassis and parts are basic and proven to work. I have had kyosho, Mugen, Hotbodies and losi truggy and put them in order from best to worst. Needed to Dremel the steering plate to get full throw on steering but mod was free. Great truck.
kristion green - Rating: Verified Owner
Friday, February 07, 2014
i got the truck in on 2-5-2013 and I started around noon and going thru the book on the car its kind of confusing on certain parts you will need extra tool grease all the ball joints they seem to go in easy that way...its now Friday and I have the front and rear together with the steering I just started the radio tray and im making a custom battery tray for it so I can mount a bigger battery by the steering servo.....the front and rear diffs need to be shimmed I cant remember how many but I know[More…]
rey ortiz - Rating:
Friday, January 27, 2012
Kyosho is the best RC. If you can not afford it, buy a traxxas or you can also buy a Electrix RUCKUS . Kyosho is well recognized around the world and Kyosho wins most of championships around the world too. I have 12 kyoshos and you know I very happy with their product; and all the parts are made in Japan no in China. Yes ,they are expesive; but last longer.
Matthew Gordon - Rating:
Monday, October 03, 2011
Any real racer will appreciate that it comes with no tires and pick whats proper instead of throwing away the kit ones. But, throwing in a set of AKA soft CityBlocks wouldn't have been a bad choice either.
Marian Miller - Rating:
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Alright what is everyone complaining about ?! Everyone is just being stupid when it comes down to it , this is the truggy to have all whining aside , this is a world class truggy driven by the national & world champions . This also costs less than the buggy because the buggy comes with more aftermarket parts than the truggy . Just remember they made the body look like a caddy for a reason "BECAUSE IT DRIVES LIKE ONE" & that's all you really need to know . Beautiful truggy
2 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
KWils - Rating: Verified Owner
Thursday, April 05, 2012
This was my first time building a kit and the truck was super easy to put together. Got it on a friday and finished it up Sunday afternoon, working on it until late the first night and a couple hours Saturday and Sunday. Everything fit together tightly and perfectly. Got my Novarossi P5XLT mounted up and ripped it around a bit Sunday night. Truggy handles awesome. I'm dying to find time to paint my shell so I can get it on the track. There is an addendum in there calling for a different screw ty[More…]
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
nicholas ramos - Rating:
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Typical Kyosho... I love the brand but for the love of Jah they need to lower the prices. They blame it on the yen...
2 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
Drstrangelove - Rating: Verified Owner
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
I was actually surprise and freak out when I received the package from UPS. It is so small! I was so worried that Amain might sent me the wrong item. When I open the package the EVO box is so small and I thought Amain really sent me the wrong truggy. I confirm and double confirm and it is right. It show Inferno ST-RR EVO. Man, this box is half the size of MP9 TKI2!
Actually I think I might know why this truggy is cheaper than the buggy. It's due to the packaging and I think Kyosho save on the[More…]
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Garyn Hiscott - Rating:
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Really? $829.99 for a Kyosho and no tires? What the hell is wrong with Kyosho?