Kyosho Sand Masterkit 1/10 Electric Buggy RTR Red Type 1 KYO30832T1B
KYO30832T1B Kyosho Sand Masterkit Red Type 1

Kyosho Sand Masterkit 1/10 Electric Buggy RTR Red Type 1 KYO30832T1B

reg $145.99

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This is the Kyosho Sand Masterkit Type 1 Red. The new Kyosho Sand Master breaks the mold as a hobby-grade RC that delivers exceptional value, and it's from one of the most experienced RC car manufacturer in the World.

  • Big Bore Friction Shocks
  • Easy Battery Access
  • Bead Lock Wheel Design
  • Scale Sand Master Buggy Body
  • 540 Motor (22T)
  • Ultima Series Influenced
  • Double Wishbone Suspension System
  • Sturdy Tub Chassis Design
  • Heavy Duty Diff Gear Design
  • High Grip Off-Road Tires
  • Tube Roll Cage Frame Set
  • 2WD Drive System

The Sand Master features the timeless and exciting scale appearance from the wild world of desert off-road racing. The Kyosho Sand Master buggy brings higher levels of performance, quality, and value than has ever been combined into one hobby-quality RC vehicle, and for a price that’s more competitive than any car in Kyosho history.

The Sand Master is unique in that it gives you the choice of a Kit model, which is an EZ Build kit model. Install your choice of radio system in a kit that is quickly built by attaching major sub-assemblies, allowing completion in less than an hour or two, so you get to spend some quality time with your kids, learning more details about how the vehicle works without investing countless hours and even days building a conventional kit.

Unassembled Chassis
Body Panels
Brushed Motor 540
KA-18 ESC- NiMH Battery Type Only 7.4v
Assembly Manual

4x AA Batteries For Transmitter
7.2v NiMh Battery Pack
Battery Charger NiMh Type
Scale: 1/10th
Length: 395mm (15.5in)
Width: 245mm (9.6in)
Height: 140mm (5.5in)
Wheelbase: 270mm (10.6in)
Weight: 1500g approx
Gear Ratio: 9.2:1
Motor: 22T Brushed
ESC: Kyosho KA-18

Review Summary


4 Stars Should be called Sand Blaster

Seamus from WA wrote (November 28, 2013):