HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR w/Radio, Battery & Charger

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Stunningly scale and superior on the track

Designed by one of the most prolific rally drivers in the world, this Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang HOONICORN is one of the most intricate scale bodies made to date. Under that body youíll find features like shaft-driven 4WD, HPI Firebolt 15T motor, and LiPo-compatible ESC. For scale performance and scale wow factor on the track, you canít beat this ride!

 

Features:

  • Revamped RS4 Sport 3 design
  • Factory assembled RTR vehicle
  • Fully enclosed 4WD shaft drive
  • HPI Firebolt 15-turn motor
  • Encased pinion and spur gear
  • Sealed metal gear diffs for handling brushless power
  • HPI 2.4GHz pistol-grip radio system
  • Waterproof SC-3SWP2 ESC
  • Adjustable position LiPo/NiMH battery case
  • Enclosed receiver case
  • Double wishbone suspension design
  • Composite oil-filled shocks
  • Full set of ball bearings

Specifications:
Length: 17.7 in (450mm)
Width: 8.3 in (212mm)
Height: 4.3 in (110mm)

Includes: 

  • RTR Ford Mustang Hoonicorn On-Road Car
  • Radio System
  • Motor
  • ESC
  • NiMH Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • Painted Body
  • (4) "AA" Batteries
    Instruction Manual

This product was added to our catalog on December 13, 2017

Kerry Brobst
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Sunday, Apr 8 2018 (9 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
By far the most accurate replica Iíve ever seen I literally took it out the box and just looked at it for probably 10 minutes lol. Amazing detail the only thing that would have made it better would have been if cane with a brushless set up but honestly it was worth the year I waited for it
Ashley Nelson
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 3 2018 (9 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
This is a great looking car that performs nicely. Looks just like the real car, but why did they not provide some drift tyres with it? You could put different wheels/ tyres on it to drift with but it would not look the same. I know you can buy the wheels separately but I don't know about hard tyres for drifting. Very happy with this purchase.
Jim Troyer
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jan 10 2019 (1 week ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
I purchased the Hoonicorn as soon as it was released some time in 2018...it's been a little while. The RTR overall does what it is supposed to, function and look great. However, I didn't experience the kit with the stock electronics. The ESC, motor, steering servo, and rx and tx were all swapped in favor of castle creations, spektrum, savox...etc.

I've run the Hoonicorn in the street, driveway, and drifted in my garage. Despite the additional power, and a lot of beating on the chassis, the car held up very well. I doubt any will experience any mechanical failures, unless you jump the thing on concrete and asphalt. The tires were well suited to drifting on many surfaces, to include concrete and asphalt. It is highly probable, the brushless system had much to do with this characteristic. The body and wheels were scaled down very well. The body is a multiple piece design; it has a mix of paint and stickers. Be aware, the tires will rub the paint off under the wheel wells, and the front air dam will rub against the road and wear a hole.

Perhaps the only negatives I have with the car, the shocks are a little too soft for drifting. I would recommend increasing the preload and limit the down travel of the suspension. The car will drift better and have a little more ground clearance for asphalt streets. Lastly, the chassis design doesn't lend well to unprepared asphalt, the chassis design picks up every little stone, in the worst case, the steering can lock up due to pebbles blocking movement of the steering.

Overall, this is a great car. I would recommend it to anyone, but I believe in stock form, or even with a modified brushless system, the car is well suited for the beginner to the experienced RC enthusiast that wishes to have a fun filled driveway, culdesac, or parking lot drifting experience. The car is worth the money.
Jessica Poole
Average Rating: 2
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jan 10 2019 (1 week ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
its not going so well,since I purchased this car I had to replace the battery and get the switches checked on the remote. It is not working at the moment and I am pretty upset. I was hoping for a better product since this car was rated so highly by my husband.
R Gile
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 7 2018 (5 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
Looks: Excellent!
Performance enjoyment: Excellent!
Downside: front wheel loves to kick rocks into the chassis tray jamming up the steering servo. Simple solution of making a wheel well out of scrap lexan.
Upgrade to do right away: 2S LiPo
Overall: 5 stars!
Larry Hazelwood
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 9 2019 (1 week ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
First let me say that ever since I seen the Hoonigan Mustang with Ken Block Rippin it I drooled for weeks...But the HPI got together with them and produced this Scale Replica and I knew that was coming to my Collection of RC's..
The HPI Ken Block Hoonicorn Mustang RS4 SPORT 3 is a Great Proven Platform with upgradable part's throughout the RC World but let's call it like it is for this Special Model the Tires and Wheels are stated as Drift but are Tarmac in this underpowered brushed set-up remember the 1:1 has over 800 horsepower so to recreate that in Scale you have to run Brushless and LiPo..now to get the reason for adding this to my Addiction ..The Awesome Body and Wheels and decal set that makes us drool over Cars Trucks and Automobile's is spot on.. so far I have Video of the Unbox and 2 test runs with Awesome Results and Drooling..so if you want a rare cool Hotrod RC then get this HPI..If you want a Drift Car from the Unbox then look elsewhere
Daniel Porter
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 3 2018 (9 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
Been waiting on this car to be released forever! Well, actually the body...I already had a Sport 3. The detail of this is incredible. Even down to the extra wide wheels. Iím definitely glad I made this purchase.
Bradley Rossetti
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 10 2018 (9 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
I pre-ordered after seeing this model teased and did not regret the purchase. The details of the model are excellent and the car is a joy to drift.

It is great the HPI produces so many variations of the RS4 Sport chassis so parts can be purchased and bodies swapped easily.
Jonathon Gilreath
Average Rating: 3
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 3 2018 (9 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
the car looked great out of the box and handled great for a few mins and then the esc started acting up and then just quit. I was going to see if HPI would warranty it and send me a new esc but I didn't want to wait so I will be taking it out and replacing it with a Traxxas one.
David Vance
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 3 2018 (9 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
This kit has been the ďunicornĒ of the RC world ever since we saw pictures of it almost 2 years ago. The wait is well worth it! The detail is amazing and hard to believe when you first unbox it. Everything you need to run this kit is in the box so even the basic beginner can be drifting in no time. Hop it up or leave it stock...either way itís as close as most of us will ever come to driving this mythical beast and a hell of a lot cheaper then the real thing.
Nicholas Husarik
Average Rating: 2
Thursday, May 31 2018 (8 months ago)
HPI Ken Block 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 1/10 RTR
The car looks exactly like it. Thing was running great and awesome for the first two times taking it out. Then it was all down full from there the servo went out which I figured was going to happen since the gears are plastic. Then all the screws on the chassis were stripped out. Finally get them out and change the servo. Then the motor sets fire. Then those screws are stripped. Then I replaced it and now the spur gear strips out. Just not very happy with it rightnow