Image shows assembled kit.
Body, motor, tires, R/C equipment, battery pack and charger are sold separately.
|Speedy and controllable 2 belt-driven 4WD chassis in TA series!
This assembly kit creates a 2-belt driven 4WD touring car chassis, which uses an SV (Stepped V) design with battery pack on the right side, and servo, receiver, and ESC on the left side, with optimum rigidity and weight distribution to minimize contact with road surfaces. Also, the spur gear is placed in front of the motor for stable handling feel. 4-wheel double wishbone suspension uses A-design upper arms which facilitate accurate layout. Ccamber and caster are adjustable, and Super Short Big Bore size dampers are included. The drivetrain uses full ball bearings, and front and rear oil gear differential units are employed.
●Aluminum motor mount ●Front/rear oil-filled gear differentials ●TRF420-design uprights ●Universal shafts (front: steel, rear: aluminum) ●TRF Super Short Big Bore dampers ●Hi-torque servo saver ●Floating servo mount ●Aluminum turnbuckle shafts ●Full ball bearings
|★Left: A case ensures that cables from the servo, ESC and so on can be kept out of harm’s way.
★Right: Ten-spoke wheels are molded in a cool gun metal color, and add an extra accent to your car.
|★Left: The kit also features a transponder stay, which will be of particular interest to racers.
★Right: See more of the chassis in this video, which is hosted on the official Tamiya YouTube channel!
★Length: 373mm, width: 187mm ★Wheelbase: 257mm ★Stepped V carbon fiber reinforced plastic lower deck ★2-belt 4WD ★Front & rear oil-filled gear differentials ★3-piece steering tie-rod ★4-wheel independent double wishbone suspension ★TRF Super Short Big Bore dampers
|Separately Required Items
●Body ●Type 540 motor (brushless motor is recommended) ●Tires ●R/C equipment: 2-channel R/C system with ESC and low profile servo ●Battery pack and charger ●Batteries for transmitter
●Compatible Hop-Up Options and Spare Parts catalog
Information is current as of June 2, 2021. Specifications are subject to change without notice.