"Pucks" Shiny Kyosho RB6 Gear Differential Drive System by MIP

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This is an optional MIP "Pucks" Shiny Kyosho RB6 Gear Differential Drive System. MIP engineers have developed a Pucks Drive system specifically for modified racers! These "Shiny" kits provide the speed, acceleration, and replaceable Pucks design that make the aluminum kits a must have upgrade, but feature a shiny steel bone to harness the power delivery of a modified motor.

The MIP Pucks Shiny Drive system provides smoother acceleration, better handling out of turns and a little more weight. This helps to keep the vehicle grounded allowing the driver to maintain more control of the vehicle. MIP Shiny Drive Pucks system's are recommended for racers who use 13.5T or higher motors and want to take advantage of the Pucks system to keep their drive train running like new.


  • Replaceable Pucks to keep drivetrain fresh
  • Race Proven C-CVD™ Construction
  • Two sets of holes in the C-CVD™ bell
  • 100% Quality made in the USA
  • Quicker acceleration
  • Less overall wear on drive components
  • Compatible with RB6 gear differential


  • (2) MIP Confetti Sticker
  • (1) MIP Thread Gel Safety Sheet
  • (1) MIP Instruction Sheet
  • (2) MIP Pucks™ Gear Diff Outdrive
  • (2) SHSS 4-40x3/32” Cup Point
  • (2) Pin 1/16”x.430” Solid Pin
  • (2) M4x.7mm Steel Locknut
  • (6) BHCS 1-72x1/8 Button Head
  • (2) MIP 3/16” CVD™ Coupling
  • (1) MIP Lube & Thread Gel Cup
  • (2) MIP Retaining Ring C-CVD™
  • (2) 4-40x.125” Flat Point Set Screw
  • (2) MIP CVD™ Puck Pin
  • (8) MIP Outdrive Puck 
  • (2) MIP CVD™ Axle Kyosho
  • (2) MIP Hex Adapter Kyosho 12mm
  • (2) MIP Shiny C-CVD™ Bone RB6 

This product was added to our catalog on June 6, 2014.