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Old 12-29-2008, 03:14 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho Rock Force 2.2 Suzuki Jimny Kit w/ dig available

Kyosho Rock Force 2.2 Suzuki Jimny Kit (With Dig) just in!

The 7 advantages of a worm gear transmission.

1. Large Gear Reduction In A Compact Space - Worm gear design allows a large gear reduction ratio to be fitted into a compact space that also delivers high strength and easy maintenance. The small number of moving gears also minimizes the potential for trouble and results in greater reliability.
2. High Cost Special Motors Are Not Required! - The large gear reduction ratio works fine with the standard power output of 20t to 27t motor. In addition to avoiding the high-cost of special motor, highly efficient and powerful torque delivers excellent low range control.
3. Self- Locking Function Doesn't Require a Special ESC - No special ESC is required as the one-way drive transfer of the worm-gears prevents reverse rotation of the tires so the tires lock automatically when the throttle is released. This also provides powerful stopping effect on steep slopes and works well with standard speed controllers. You don't have to buy a special ESC with drag brake like the other guys because Kyosho knows what you want!
4. Minimizes Torque Twist - Large gear reduction ratio on the axle side enables a transmission with smaller 1st gear reduction to be positioned directly behind the motor. Toque load on the universal shaft is reduced and this allows to be maintained for decisive rock crawling performance.
5. Makes Full Use Of Suspension Stroke - The slight angle of the universal shaft with the machine in a 1G state (resting on the ground at normal position) allows plenty of extension for the suspension stroke. In addition, the minimal refraction angle of the universal joints produces higher drive efficiency and controls loss of drive power.
6. Reduce Interference - Drive shafts can be offset on top of the front - rear axle units to provide greater ground clearance and therefore reduce the risk of contact with surface objects.
7. Ultra Tough Worm Gear Unit - Tempered steel results in super strong gears, heavy-duty components have the durability to withstand what ever you can dish out!

Part # RFW001 Kyosho Rear Drive Disconnect Set

Just $389.00
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Old 12-29-2008, 06:01 PM   #2
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Here is the link.

This price includes the locker mechanism a $40 savings.

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I wish i could just get the body! I wheel a Samurai!
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Old 11-05-2009, 11:38 PM   #4
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has anybody tried a kyosho yet
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:19 AM   #5
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leaves alot to the imagination right there
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