FURITEK CAYMAN PRO 6x6 1/24 CARBON FIBER KIT WITH TX/RX

SKU: FUR-2271
$389.99
  • Brand: Furitek
  • Availability: In Stock

 #   -Furitek Cayman PRO 6x6 Premium RTR KitThe Cayman PRO 6x6 is a new RTR version of the famous Cayman kit but with 6x6 configuration. It is now equipped with a more powerful and smooth new Mini Komodo and Mini Stellar transmission. The Cayman PRO 6x6 is a full...

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Furitek Cayman PRO 6x6 Premium RTR Kit

The Cayman PRO 6x6 is a new RTR version of the famous Cayman kit but with 6x6 configuration. It is now equipped with a more powerful and smooth new Mini Komodo and Mini Stellar transmission. The Cayman PRO 6x6 is a full upgrade kit with light weight carbon fiber frame with body magnet ready, strong extra length aluminum links, aluminum steering links, aluminum shocks, low C.G. aluminum skid. It also comes with pinions and a ring with portal axles.

For electronics, it is equipped with full Scx24 Mini Stellar transmission with the new Mini Komodo brushless motor and high quality and fast servo. The new Lizard Pro is now covered with a new case for better protection.
All the best components for SCX24 are included in this Cayman PRO 6x6 RTR kit. Save lots of money compared to buying individual upgrades. All plug-and-play and ready to have fun.

Components include:

- 30A/50A Lizard Pro Esc with case and Bluetooth module
- Mini Stellar Transmission with 1806 2000kv Mini Komodo brushless motor
- Aluminum shocks
- Metal gear digital servo
- Terrain wheels and tires
- Hard plastic body
- Long aluminum links
- Portal axles
- Magnet mounts
- Delrin version cursore
- Carbon fiber main chassis
- 3CH Radio and receiver

Needed to run: 2s or  3s LiPO battery and 4 x AAA Battery for Radio Transmitter.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Andrew Ahillen
A bit disappointing

Mine was missing bearings, Tires suck, and radio is crap. Don’t get me wrong, I like it. It’s much better than an atlas with the conversion kit. I just expected a bit more for the price. I had to take my rear axle apart immediately after startup because one wheel would either free spin, or lock up. Turns out they forgot a bearing in the portal. Expect to spend another 120 or so for tires and wheels, these are a horrible pattern on non-bead lock wheels and not even glued.

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Steven Ray

I'm a 1/10 guy with a soft spot for 6x6, this little 6x6 machine is brilliant! Not that impressed with the tyre, wheel situation,(not glued)who stays with stock tyres/wheels anyway? It is really capable and very impressive in every way. Thanks.

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dave hooker
I love it

Howdy All, I recently received my Cayman 6x6 Pro, over all build quality is very high and I am happy with it. Two things that I think for the price should be included, ONE at least put a grill in the front of the body, TWO better/larger tires that don’t slip on the wheels. One thing to be aware of if you install larger tires ( I installed 64 mm diameter tires ) the tires WILL MAKE CONTACT when the suspension is flexed causing the drive train to BIND. To make running larger tires possible the suspension links to the rear axle should be made longer to prevent the tire bind. In order to get clearance between the tires I trimmed the locating tab off of the rear axle housing, then rotated the rear axle portal assembly, doing this allowed the suspension to flex without the tires binding. Dave

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Horacio Trevino jr
The quality is not very good especially on the ring and pinion.They are plastic and my broke afte...

I would like to get a refund. It’s a lot of money for plastic gears that broke after 5 minutes. The quality is not there. They should of very put plastic Drive shaft and ring and pinion on the truck

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Andre
Monster

This Car is a Monster. Climbing on a Hill an it looks sooo smooth. Great Car!

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
67%
(4)
0%
(0)
17%
(1)
0%
(0)
17%
(1)
A
Andrew Ahillen
A bit disappointing

Mine was missing bearings, Tires suck, and radio is crap. Don’t get me wrong, I like it. It’s much better than an atlas with the conversion kit. I just expected a bit more for the price. I had to take my rear axle apart immediately after startup because one wheel would either free spin, or lock up. Turns out they forgot a bearing in the portal. Expect to spend another 120 or so for tires and wheels, these are a horrible pattern on non-bead lock wheels and not even glued.

S
Steven Ray

I'm a 1/10 guy with a soft spot for 6x6, this little 6x6 machine is brilliant! Not that impressed with the tyre, wheel situation,(not glued)who stays with stock tyres/wheels anyway? It is really capable and very impressive in every way. Thanks.

d
dave hooker
I love it

Howdy All, I recently received my Cayman 6x6 Pro, over all build quality is very high and I am happy with it. Two things that I think for the price should be included, ONE at least put a grill in the front of the body, TWO better/larger tires that don’t slip on the wheels. One thing to be aware of if you install larger tires ( I installed 64 mm diameter tires ) the tires WILL MAKE CONTACT when the suspension is flexed causing the drive train to BIND. To make running larger tires possible the suspension links to the rear axle should be made longer to prevent the tire bind. In order to get clearance between the tires I trimmed the locating tab off of the rear axle housing, then rotated the rear axle portal assembly, doing this allowed the suspension to flex without the tires binding. Dave

H
Horacio Trevino jr
The quality is not very good especially on the ring and pinion.They are plastic and my broke afte...

I would like to get a refund. It’s a lot of money for plastic gears that broke after 5 minutes. The quality is not there. They should of very put plastic Drive shaft and ring and pinion on the truck

A
Andre
Monster

This Car is a Monster. Climbing on a Hill an it looks sooo smooth. Great Car!