Reviews for Kyosho DBX 2.0 ReadySet 1/10th 4WD Nitro Off Road Buggy w/Syncro 2.4GHz Radio & GXR18SP (Blue) [KYO31098T1B]

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George Garakis
Tuesday, Mar 26 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Kyosho DBX 2.0 ReadySet 1/10th 4WD Nitro Off Road Buggy w/Syncro 2.4GHz Radio & GXR18SP (Blue)
My first rc.I don't have mutch to say,it's one of the best rtr buggies i have ever drive and you will love it from the first run.BUT....If you want to keep it for some years don't run it on a track.I made this mistake and i needed 2 weeks to fix it.It's a very powerful buggy for begginers or if you want to have fun with it.You can change silicones,make a good set-up,change engine ec.I made my own dbx 2.0 to wheelle,you can do everything with this buggy.Parts maybe aren't the cheppest but the only thing i have change is the plastic gear ration,that's why i give 4 stars.
karlton davis
Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 3 2011 (about 4 years ago)
Kyosho DBX 2.0 ReadySet 1/10th 4WD Nitro Off Road Buggy w/Syncro 2.4GHz Radio & GXR18SP (Blue)
I own a gen1 Kyosho DST. Switching to buggy driving takes a lil learning curve but this thing does the job. Upgrades that fit the other D-series Kyoshos will fit this. The standard parts that are on the buggy give it great value. Digital radio sys, 1/8 scale wheels (removable wheel adapters), fail-safe, and available 3rd channel for whatever Kyosho has up its sleeves. Something to note. On the receiver the actual button to activate fail-safe was not installed. The contacts are there. With my knowledge I figured I can simply short the contacts together to simulate a button press. But some people may not know that for sure or dare try it with an almost $300 kit they just purchased. Also it has me thinking if this was missed from the factory what else could be wrong.