Reviews for Yokomo B-MAX2 MR 1/10 2WD Competition Electric Buggy Kit [YOKB-MAX2MR]

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William Mak
Thursday, May 16 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Yokomo B-MAX2 MR 1/10 2WD Competition Electric Buggy Kit
This is a very well designed buggy with thoughtful engineering which allows you to use mid or rear motor as well as an assortment of battery configurations from saddle to shorty or full stick lipo. It is also very easy to build with sequential packets including plastic parts so no need to look up that parts tree anymore. Instructions are clear with good English interpretations. I haven't broken a single part yet in a few months of racing stock and running every week. Very low maintainance buggy. I have tried both rear and mid config. Both are very good!
PETER C.
Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 6 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Yokomo B-MAX2 MR 1/10 2WD Competition Electric Buggy Kit
I haven't broken ANYTHING! The quality of this kit is superb. I had a B4.2 and the fit and finish on the Yokomo is noticeably better. While somethings seem a bit perplexing and questionable during assembly, out on the track the car dispels any earlier doubts. It comes with all the parts necessary for mid motor,which is basically a different gearbox, extra idler gear, different battery clamp, and wing mount. The body is the same for mid or rear motor and has different cut lines for each. Buyers should look to purchase the V2 instead if the track is high bite because you get some hop ups included (idlers gears, alloy chassis, gear diff w/ metal internals). These make the car more responsive but if you are running on med-low bite dirt or clay, the V1 is extremely easy to drive and more forgiving.
Tomas Dankovcik
Thursday, Aug 29 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Yokomo B-MAX2 MR 1/10 2WD Competition Electric Buggy Kit
Best car i've had...it's really durable fairly cheap,and very simple...whole built tooked me only 8 hours. Adjustments are really fast and quick besides changing motor to rear/front...only thing that disapointed me was usage of low profile servo with mid motor and standard lipo...