One of the main draws of the MINI-Zs has always been the greater emphasis of body detail and quality of finish, and the 4x4 surpasses existing benchmarks set by the MINI-Z series. The body is molded with thicker material to better resist crash damage from operation in rough terrain. Incorporating the same ladder- style frame of real 4WD vehicles, the MINI-Z 4x4 boasts a 3-link rigid axle suspension combining what would normally be two upper links into a single upper A-arm to deliver maximum suspension movement. A specially designed high-torque steering servo enables this machine to throw its elbows around in the hard terrain for excellent performance in the toughest rock-crawler conditions. The high-torque 130-size motor brings out the beast in the MINI-Z 4x4, specially geared to run well in the low to medium speed ranges common in crawling.
Designed to balance exquisite style, scale detail and superior driving performance, all the MINI-Z 4x4 needs is eight AAA alkaline batteries (sold separately). Whether you take your MINI-Z 4x4 to your local park or just crawl across your own desktop, the Mini-Z 4x4 is a mini crawler that delivers a full range of scale crawling performance in a smaller, compact package.
- Molded with a thick body material for a crash resistance
- Extreme scale detail of Jimny Sierra Body
- Incorporated ladder- style frame of real 4WD vehicles
- 3-link rigid axle suspension
- Specially designed high-torque steering servo
- High-torque 130-size motor
- (1) Complete chassis with built in electronics
- (1) Factory painted body complete with fine details
- (1) KT531P 2.4GHz transmitter
- (6) Pinion gear set (10T, 12T, 14T, 16T, 18T, 20T)
- (3) Pinion gear spacers
- (4) AAA batteries for the transmitter
- (4) AAA batteries for the chassis
This product was added to our catalog on March 28, 2020
This is my 1st crawler RC. Its been a couple of months since having my Kyosho Mini Z Jimny. It's a nice scale Jimny! I love how detailed the body is. Even the wheels match what one would get if they bought a new Jimny off the car lot. After some performance upgrades like brass wheel knuckles and weights, it performed better. However the universal joint broke and had to find an axle replacement kit to fix. I then upgraded to a steel universal joint which seems more solid than the plastic ones. I then bought more stuff to satisfy my new addiction. Its a nice RC car and runs smoother compared to my SCX24 C10 (Which I bought after the Jimny). I would say its not as powerful as my custom SCX24 C10 as that car has an upgraded barrage motor with all the upgrades one can buy. Still I really like my Kyosho Mini-Z 4x4 (which is now a Jeep after buying the body elsewhere).