Lazer ZX-6 1/10 4WD Racing Buggy Kit by Kyosho

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This is the Kyosho Lazer ZX-6 1/10 4WD Racing Buggy Kit. In the world of EP 4WD racing, the Lazer ZX series has been competing and winning at the highest levels of RC racing for years. To start, the Lazer ZX has an aggressive, slim design for the 7075 T6 aluminum hard coated chassis with adjustable battery and motor configurations that allow the use of a shorty pack either on the left or right side, or a standard saddle pack. The ball diffs are tungsten carbide equipped and include genuine X-Gear Diff lube and High Graphite grease. Advanced steering geometry delivers greatly improved steering response and smoothness. The one piece shock tower/camber link mounts and composite chassis brace design add durability and ease of maintenance to this 4WD machine. All four suspension mounts are now machined aluminum and track/toe width adjustable by the use of composite inserts for maximum tuning ability. The Lazer ZX-6 has been designed to take your racing to the next level and beyond.


  • Slim 7075 T6 Hard coated chassis for maximum stability, durability, and amazing handling
  • Multiple battery/motor configurations are possible, shorty on the right or left, and saddle pack layout are all possible
  • Velvet coated big bore shocks with one piece aluminum shock caps and genuine X-Gear springs are included
  • One piece shock tower/camber link mount increases durability and ease of maintenance. Composite chassis braces keep the front to rear flex to a minimum while still allowing for side to side flex
  • Aluminum suspension mounts on all four mounting positions increase durability and are track and toe width adjustable by changing the included inserts
  • Cab forward body and high flow wing for the perfect aero balance
  • Advanced steering geometry with aluminum rack
  • Sliding motor mount design
  • Tungsten ball equipped differentials
  • Genuine X-Gear springs, ball diff grease and hi-graphite grease
  • Heavy duty ring gears for a bulletproof drive train

Length: 385mm
Width: 248mm
Height: 145mm
Wheelbase: 278mm
Tread (F/R): 210mm / 200mm
Tire(F/R): sold separately
Gear Ratio:  2.6:1 (2nd)
Weight: 1,650g (without electronics)

Needed to Complete:

  • 2-channel, 1-servo, 1-ESC R/C System
  • Motor
  • Battery
  • Tires
  • Tire inserts
  • Battery charger
  • Pinion gears
  • Paint for body
  • Batteries for transmitter
  • Tools

This product was added to our catalog on July 24, 2014.

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Feb 17 2015 (about a year ago)
Kyosho Lazer ZX-6 1/10 4WD Racing Buggy Kit
The Lazer ZX6 is an absolutely amazing machine. Perfect fit and finish of all the ZX6's parts as well as the buttery smooth shocks and ball diffs are complimented by it's motor and battery placement options. This buggy is very aggressive right out of the box and after a practice day and some tuning at my club track, this thing is on rails. The only option that is not included in the Kit are the Kyosho V2 Aluminum rear hubs KYOUMW704-0, I installed these only for the additional rear camber link positions. That being said every other aluminum upgrade and tuning option is included with the kit. On the track it has gobs of steering and carries amazing corner speed. I am still new to racing 4WD Mod Buggy but the ZX6 has given me the confidence I needed to drive harder. All the Kyosho cars I own and race have been money well spent, the Lazer ZX6 is no exception.
Patrick Littleton
Tuesday, Mar 15 2016 (7 months ago)
Kyosho Lazer ZX-6 1/10 4WD Racing Buggy Kit
Bullet proof. When putting this together, make sure to read ahead in the instructions. You need to know the layout you plan to use before assembly. I wish Kyosho would drop a center gear diff in this car..
William baart
Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 18 2015 (about a year ago)
Kyosho Lazer ZX-6 1/10 4WD Racing Buggy Kit
This buggy is nice to build very well thought out raced it for the first time and did well with it .
Joel Hamburger
Sunday, Mar 8 2015 (about a year ago)
Kyosho Lazer ZX-6 1/10 4WD Racing Buggy Kit
I have a ZX-6. 1) I find that the A-arms (Carbon composite) are a bit too brittle and fail. They either crack and break at the inner hinge pin or splinter along the outer front edge. Both result in a a race ending failure. 2) I also recommend replacing the kit supplied ball studs with after market ball studs. The stock ball studs seem to be of poor quality metal and sheer. Often it is the case that there is an issue with the quality of the metal when balls ends do not let go but the ball studs sheer. This also damages the front upper bulkhead. 3) Another issue is the plastic incorporated ball studs used for the anti-sway bar mounts. These are difficult to change quickly if there is a need to replace an A-arm. Often they break leaving the ball stud stuck in the ball ends when trying to remove them. A separate screw in ball stud would be an improvement. 4) Finally there needs to be an optional alloy replacement for the steering parts. During the in-door carpet season many of the new tracks are very technical in layout employing rather high traction carpet. This combination is very hard on the composite steering parts. In general the car is a pleasure to drive and race but I have found it challenging to survive an entire day of racing without one of the failures I describe above. As a result, now that X Ray has recognized the uneven toe problem and is addressing it, I am considering replacing the ZX 6 with an X Ray. Other than the manufacturing issue, over-all the X-Ray XB4 15 appears to be more durable than the ZX 6. Let's face it crashes happen. There are several cars on the track traveling quickly and driving aggressively. Durability is as important as the refinement of a design. One can't win a race if they can't finish. Kyoshos cost more than most cars and therefore expectations are higher. They need to live up to those expectations and make the ZX 6 both refined and also very durable.