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The Porsche 911 Carrera RSR joins the Tamiya TT-02 chassis touring car entry level line-up. It is a legendary Group 4 car which had a body weighing just 900kg with a 300hp-plus horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine, and still holds a place in automotive enthusiast's hearts today thanks to its exploits with racing teams the world over. In 1973, the year of its release, it won the European GT Championship, plus the renowned 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring races. The works prototype in predominantly silver livery with the Martini stripe also took the checkered flag in the famed Targa Florio race.
• 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 410mm, width: 290mm, height: 240mm. • The injection-moulded plastic body accurately captures the classic Tamiya Monster Beetle shape and style. • Where possible, the markings from the original model design have been recreated and combined with some newly designed markings. • The rugged ABS space-frame chassis from the original model (58060) has remained. The chassis uses a double-wishbone front with trailing arm rear suspension setups that work in tandem with the CVA oil dampers. • The rear universal drive shafts transfer power smoothly and come with rubber boots to protect them from dust. • A large dust cover is included to protect the R/C equipment. • The incredible 130mm diameter tyres with lug/pin spike tread provides fantastic off-road performance. The tyres are also paired with gold-effect, (one-piece) rims. • A driver figure is also included
This Radio Control assembly kit model recreates the NEXT GENERATION NSX supercar. The full-size car is a highly technical and utterly thrilling supercar. With weight-saving construction, a hybrid powertrain that has three electric motors and a mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 making a combined output of 573 HP, the NSX offers pulse-pounding performance paired with everyday usability. The power plant is mated to a nine-speed dual-clutch automatic, which moves an all-wheel drive train.
Tamiya has faithfully reproduced this sleek racing machine in 1/10 scale on the TT-02 entry-level on-road chassis. The TT-02 chassis is the successor to the TT-01 as it incorporates many new features to make it even easier for the new R/C kit builder to assemble and learn from. The TT-02 chassis performs well as cornering and overall speed has been enhanced to take advantage of new electronics available on the market. In addition to the TT-02 being an ideal platform to start from, R/C hobbyists can expand its potential by adding many of the Hop-Up Options available to increase the cars speed and performance.
The Volkswagen Golf Mk.1 was a well-known machine of European touring car racing. The Kamei-sponsored car with its distinctive livery ran in the low-modification Group 2 class of its day.
1/10 R/C assembly kit of the Mazda Demio. Polycarbonate body mounted on the M-05 chassis. Monocoque frame features a layout that optimizes weight distribution and lowers the chassis' center of gravity. The 3-piece tie-rod steering linkage offers sharp cornering performance. Sticker sheet and type 540 motor included.
Supplied in kit form, with easy to follow; step-by-step instructions; but requires additional items to run.
Assembly kits of radio control cars, generally requiring the addition of radio gear, batteries and charger to choice. Those with clear bodyshells will require polycarbonate paints - great designs are possible. Some will remember these from many years ago - first introduced in 1987 and still going strong. Care and thought are required but the excellent manuals are instructive and building is an education as well as fun!