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Max Speed Technology TCR Series Mini specMax Speed Technology revealed the mini spec version of their TCR Series kit that is expected to be released this summer. This touring car chassis is quite versatile and can be built as both “front wheel drive” (FF)  and “rear wheel drive” (MR / RR) .

Max Speed Technology TCR Series Mini spec

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MST: FXX 2.0 KMW ARR Drift Chassis - Video

In October Max Speed Technology released the first images of the new drifting FXX 2.0 KMW 1/10th Scale Drift kit and now announced that the global limited edition will be released soon. It features the new integrated design and the full upgrade kits to display in an ultra-high performance!

FXX 2.0 KMW

The car body comes with an aluminum alloy nameplate of a limited serial number to highlight the uniqueness.

Check the brand new video of this drifter!

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FXX 2.0 KMW

Max Speed Technology (MST) has released the images of their new drifting FXX 2.0 KMW 1/10th Scale Drift high-quality kit. The carbon fiber chassis has an aluminum alloy nameplate with a limited serial number and features a newly designed steering system and a new large front steering setting angle allowing a greater drift angle.

FXX 2.0 KMW

The chassis is equipped with an aluminum alloy ATK front-wheel seat. The exclusive adjustable design of three-stage tow distance and four-direction Ackermann lock points, allow the front wheel to turn at a large angle and having more Ackermann angle settings.

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MS-01D

Max Speed Technology (MST) has announced the re-release of their drift chassis MS-01D. The model will be sold Ready to Run with two shells JZ3 and EG6, available in different colors: red, blue, black and white. The chassis uses a front center motor GT configuration with 4WD double belts transmission, fluid-filled shock absorbers, front and rear independent multi-link double A-arm suspension, front differential and rear shaft drive system.

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TCR-FF 2WD Touring Cars

Max Speed Technology Max Speed Technology has released their new TCR-FF 1/10th scale 2WD touring car. This entry level chassis has reasonable costs and includes the possibility of configuring the motor in three different positions: FF (FWD), MR (Mid-Rear) and RR (Rear) for have different experience of driving in one kit.The chassis uses four independent suspension wheels with more than 6 wheelbase travel options.

The TCR-FF will be available as a chassis-only kit, including one of these new bodys: Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X, Honda Civic EG6 and Nissan 370Z.

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