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Blizzard SR R/C Snow Plow by Kyosho

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Dec 22, 2014

Category: Tech

Kyosho is well-known in the world of RC cars for the incredible quality and attention to detail that they put into every one of their RC Cars. The company has a Fazer VE Ferrari, Ferrari 360, and even a Subaru RC car available for use. But what about a car that doesn’t rely on speed? Introducing Kyosho’s Blizzard SR, a radio controlled snow plow model based on the popular Blizzard chassis.

The Blizzard SR’s dust and snow proof chassis with inner covers aren’t enough to make it completely waterproof (although we’re not sure why they weren’t able to make it completely waterproof like Traxxas’ cars), but it certainly helps keep the critical areas like gears, motors and ESCs dry. It’s powered by 2 380 size high torque motors, giving this small beast the power to climb over and push just about anything within reason. It comes pre-assembled and pre-painted, so you’re instantly ready to have some fun in snowy terrain with this remote control snow plow. [Purchase]

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