Reviews for Kyosho Carbon Composite Rear Chassis Plate (RB5) [KYOUMW505B]

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RJ Groot
Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 12 2013 (about a year ago)
Kyosho Carbon Composite Rear Chassis Plate (RB5)
Junk, just like the original. Weak part that breaks too easy.
carolina ortiz
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Feb 22 2012 (about 3 years ago)
Kyosho Carbon Composite Rear Chassis Plate (RB5)
After the first jump it broke. I wish AMAin had the metal one , that one will last forever.
Christopher Weingartz
Verified Owner
Friday, Feb 10 2012 (about 3 years ago)
Kyosho Carbon Composite Rear Chassis Plate (RB5)
I broke this on the first jump I hit after putting it on. But, to be fair it was a triple that I cased so the stock one may have broken too. I put the stock one back on and ran it all night with no issues. Maybe because the stock one is more flexible?
Steve Hindmarch
Verified Owner
Monday, Jan 30 2012 (about 3 years ago)
Kyosho Carbon Composite Rear Chassis Plate (RB5)
I broke my original skid plate in a pretty tame jump, so I bought this one. I've had some decent cartwheels and rollovers and general abuse since and this skid plate seems to be holding up very well. I liked the inclusion of the standard and wide pivot blocks, they might still break but so far they have served me really well for the price.
Damien Weber
Verified Owner
Friday, Oct 7 2011 (about 3 years ago)
Kyosho Carbon Composite Rear Chassis Plate (RB5)
This carbon plate lasts longer than the stock one but is still vulnerable and will break. There is an aluminium version available that is even more durable. The toe blocks are still weak, the ST Racing hinge pin holders are very durable and a must.