Kyosho EP Fazer Rally Subaru Impreza STI WRC

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Kyosho's new EP Fazer Rally line starts off with none other than the World famous Subaru Impreza STI WRC car. It features full factory construction so it's nearly ready to go as soon as you open the box. With the addition of a couple of accessories that are needed to complete the car, the Subaru WRC will be ready to tackle all rally types of terrain.
The EP Fazer rally is part of a product line that includes rugged construction and stunning looks for a price that's very easy to afford. The shaft drive system gets power to all four wheels, which delivers the ultimate traction on many different surfaces. The detailed rally-style tires feature an aggressive tread that gets good traction on both dirt and asphalt, and many other surfaces in between. The Fazer also includes 12mm hex hubs, so it's compatible with racing clicks and other, more aggressive tread patterns for rugged off-road terrain.
The most important feature is the factory licensed body that matches many details of the actual Subaru Rally machine. From the paint scheme to the logo placement, great attention to detail makes this one of the most stunning replicas with performance to match.

The suspension features rugged lower H-arms with fixed upper camber links, which means it's not only durable, it doesn't require any adjustment. Oil-filled coil-over shocks soak up the terrain to keep the soft rubber tires on the running surface.

A fully proportional radio is complimented by a smooth and propotional electronic speed control. Power is put to the ground with Kyosho's G27 fan-cooled motor that strikes the proper balance of accleration and top speed. It's well suited to track conditions as well as bashing on the dirt or asphalt.

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