The battery loads from beneath the car, and the tub can accept square-sided Li Pos. Kyosho offers an optional factory LED kit—ya gotta have that.
Rail & Tub Chassis
The turbo Scorp’s white tub looks like it’s doing a lot of structural work,
but it’s really just holding the battery and electronics. The heavy lifting
is done by a pair of solid 6061-t6 aluminum chassis rails joined by
aluminum stampings, all beautifully finished in satin silver. Hex hardware
is used throughout, and everything fits perfectly thanks to all the
Instead of the standard Scorpion’s
wire wing mount, the Turbo gets a
plastic mount that allows the wing
angle to be adjusted via shims.
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The turbo Scorp’s four light buckets look killer and are ready for LeDs, which
Kyosho offers as an optional accessory (Sc W018—you’ll need two sets). clips are
included with the car to route the wires—nice! The driver figure is molded into the
body, and he’s easy to finish. Just paint the whole cockpit area whatever color you
like, then apply the included decals for the black areas around the torso and arms.
The shoulder straps are decals too. There’s a face under the two-piece helmet’s
visor decal if you want to get fancy with detail painting.