MST TCR-M 1/10 Touring Car Kit

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MST TCR-M 1/10 Touring Car Kit
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The MST TCR-M 1/10 Touring Car Kit is a hard frame TCR-M series mini spec version of the TCR Series generated by the MST team and features four wheel independent suspension, 164mm width and multiple wheelbase settings of 210mm/225mm. The included bulkhead features two different hole patterns to allow for wheelbase changes. 

The TCR-M chassis uses three integrated drive modes, FF/MR/RR (Front motor Front drive/Mid motor Rear drive/Rear motor Rear drive). While the stock kit comes ready for the FF setup, using the included alternate motor mount any of these options can be chosen. 

Features:
  • Full Ball Bearing
  • Steel CVD Universal Shaft
  • Direct drive
  • NS servo saver
  • Compact suspension system
  • Front bumper spoiler
  • Realistic brake disc and caliper
Specifications:
Scale: 1/10 Racing Car
Wheelbase: 210/225mm (233/239/245mm with optional chassis MSX-210638 (Not included))
Width: 164mm (173mm with optional drive shafts MSX-820142 (Not included))
Drive Mode: FF/MR/RR
Caster: Adjustable 5 degree
Ball bearing: Full

Needed to Complete:
  • 1/10 Body & Paint
  • Motor & ESC
  • 2 Channel Radio System (minimum)
  • Steering Servo
  • Shorty LiPo Battery & Charger

This product was added to our catalog on June 23, 2021

Monday, Aug 15 2022 (4 months ago)
MST TCR-M 1/10 Touring Car Kit
Doing 4 stars. I bought this car three years ago. (not from hobbytown..) And I built it up for USGT use. It handles better than anyone can explain, and it's outstandingly light. It takes normal size bodies. It's drivetrain is a single stage gear drive, with a ball diff. Much the same as a pan car, so there's almost no driveline losses. That's good for motor limited classes. There's adjustable camber, there's springs available for tuning the spring rate at each corner. And the spare parts are cheap.

The downsides? There's no damping, it doesn't seem to be a problem.. but there's no shocks, just springs. There isn't much suspension travel. It works... but there's.. not.. much. The steering setup is pure 1990's pan car, so ackerman isn't really adjustable.

I'd buy another. I do not regret the car. And when I had other people drive it, they were very suprised with it's performance.