The stance on the Kyosho Gallardo in this case is correct. Tech derived for the Murcielago is all Lambo's sit high only when you flip a switch on the centre counsel does it lower the nose by 2 inches. This is so that when you drive all cars with the VW-Audi 4 wheel drive system that is standard on all Lambo's (but the Gallardo LP560-4 Balboni) that when you encounter a raised surface in the road you can clear it without scrapping or damaging either the nose, ground kit or chassis. You lower it when you feel the need for speed as when raised it is not needed.The High Speed-Greenlight Gallardo and Murcielago R-GT the system is turned on. I believe the system can be left engaged and you can turn the car off without it affecting it.Great comparison.
Kyosho casting is much better in my opinion, but if you notice all kyosho cars has a little mistake, the height from chasis to the floor is a bit elevated if you compare with other brands.