PRS1 V2 2wd Buggy 2014 Pro Kit by Hobby Pro

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This is the Hobby Pro PRS1 V2 2wd Buggy 2014 Pro Kit. Always striving to improve performance and reach the next level of quality and service, the guys at Hobby Pro held nothing back with the 2014 Hobby Pro PRS1 2wd Kit. With its centered weight distribution, rear or mid motor layout options, and high quality materials, this competition level buggy delivers corner speed, durability and tuning options that rival the best in the business.

2014 Updates
  • 25 Degree Kickup CNC Hard Anodized Black Chassis
  • 25 Degree Kickup Top Plate
  • Improved Carbon Fiber Shock Towers
  • Long Stroke Gold Shock Shafts
  • Worlds Edition 2 Hole 1.6 Machined Pistons
  • USA Competition M+ Springs
  • Larger 16.3mm Spring Cups

Scale: 1/10 Electric
Length: 415mm
Width: 248mm
Height: 138mm
Wheelbase: 284mm
Gear Ratio: 2.6:1
Weight: 1530g approx.
Chassis: CNC Hardened Aluminum
Differential: Ball Differential (Gear Diff Available)

Needed to Complete:

  • 1/10 scale electric motor and ESC
  • 2-channel surface radio system and its batteries
  • Steering servo
  • 7.4V LiPo battery (standard or shorty pack)
  • LiPo Battery charger
  • Pinion gear (48 pitch)
  • Polycarbonate-specific spray paint for body
  • 1:10 scale buggy tires for 2.2” wheels
  • Glue for tires and wheels

*NOTE: Kit shown equipped with items NOT included in kit; motor, battery, ESC, servo, receiver, and tires are not included. Body comes clear. Assembly and painting required.

This product was added to our catalog on November 21, 2014.

Derrick Lapp
Tuesday, Feb 24 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Hobby Pro PRS1 V2 2wd Buggy 2014 Pro Kit
I bought one last fall to go buggy racing and since I hadn't EVER run a 2WD buggy before, I kinda figured I was gonna get my butt kicked. But no, first club race = 3rd out of 13! This buggy has been great to learn on, fairly durable and really easy to drive. You get lots of bonus goodies in the box, including titanium nitride-coated shock shafts, aluminum battery nuts, mid motor conversion parts, and carbon fiber shock towers. I own both the HP truck and buggy and they are both top-notch!)