The MST FXX 2.0 S 1/10 2WD Drift Car Kit with clear JZ3 Body combines the centralized chassis configuration of the FXX 2.0 KMW, with a redesigned motor forward transmission configuration and front suspension system to create an amazingly progressive driving experience. This rear-wheel drive specific design is complimented by the unique MB rear suspension system that provides increased rear geometry adjustments, allowing the suspension to better handle steep drift angles with an optimized secondary reduction ratio for improved throttle control. All of these features combined create a high performance chassis that provides handling characteristics more like that of a 1:1 drift car.
NOTE: Painted body shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only and is not included. The body you will receive is clear. See needed to complete list below for a full list of items required to complete the model.
- Front motor configuration creates a feel similar to a real drift car, for a more realistic driving experience
- CNC machined chassis with readjusted center of gravity provides better weight distribution
- Updated motor mount, suspension and ATK system
- The integrated steering system with redesigned aluminum alloy steering connection plate updates the geometry settings to create steep front wheel steering angles, allowing for greater drift angles
- Equipped with MB rear suspension system for increased adjustments and tuning possibilities
- Steel CVD axle of rear transmission system
- Standard realistic caliper and disc brake set
- Full ball bearings
- Hydraulic Dampers
Camber: adjustable 0 to -12 degree
Shocks: Hydraulic damper
This product was added to our catalog on March 2, 2021
This is the first MST kit I have built and it went together very easily. All parts are bagged and the instructions have you build starting from bag 1 and going chronologically through the bags. The plastics and hardware were quite good, especially for the money, and I had no issues with missing or broken pieces.
I built my kit with a Yokomo SP02D servo, DP302V4 gyro and Hobbywing power system and even as a beginner I am able to link drifts fairly easily. I would recommend getting a touring car alignment stand to dial in your alignment.
My only nitpick with the kit is the dimples for the body posts were not super accurate and it looks like the chassis wheelbase is slightly longer than the body wheelbase, leading to the rear wheels not being centered in the wheel well. It doesn't affect performance but was something to note. Also, since there is a huge driveshaft running through the center of the chassis, you have to make sure that none of your wiring touches or gets caught in the drive shaft.