Kyosho RB6 Precut Chassis Protective Sheet (2)

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This is a package of two sheets of Kyosho RB6 Chassis Protective Tape. This heavy duty self adhesive material is designed to help protect the chassis underside from being scratched, while at the same time improving the looks of your RB6 when it lands on its lid! Package includes one black chassis sheet, and one white chassis sheet, as well as four die cut Kyosho and four RB6 decals for the body, your tool box, or anywhere else you want to stick them. 

This product was added to our catalog on May 29, 2013

Tyson Blood
Saturday, Jan 2 2016 (about 2 years ago)
Kyosho RB6 Precut Chassis Protective Sheet (2)
The Review above with 1 star is based off of there older material product. Kyosho Switched manufactures over a year ago and it probably took a few months of there new supply to get into circulation. There new product is amazing and lasts along time. You can actually peel it up to get to your screws and re-stick a TON of times without hurting the adhesive. Also, there new product is only made of two layers. The bottom print layer and then the durable thick clear laminate layer.

So please don't go off the other 1-star review. Its null and doesn't apply to there new product!! Trust me, there new stuff is awesome and you wont be disappointed.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 26 2014 (about 4 years ago)
Kyosho RB6 Precut Chassis Protective Sheet (2)
What a disappointment. One of the sheets lasted all but two practice sessions. It appears the sheet is not solid, but 3 layers. First like tape, a thin paper layer and a thin tape like layer for the graphics. Once you scrub normal for a few dozen laps, the sheet begins to shear and rip at the sandwiched paper mid layer. Needless to say one of these are pretty much spent just after two days. Really sad, this was really poorly thought out. If it was one solid vinyl sheet it would be fine most likely. I can only assume they went the cheap route here.