.: Karen Murray's Tamiya "Hornet" RC Buggy

Brand:
Tamiya
Scale:
1/10th
Modelling Time:
4-5 weeks
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:

Karen: "Fun, fun, fun to build & drive
The kit I always wanted to have when I was a kid"

RjT: "Since last year, then?"

1/10 R/C Car Series No.336 (ITEM 58336)



Overall Length=400mm
(Image shows fully assembled and painted model)

The Legend Lives On

The revolutionary 1984 2WD off-road buggy is back and more fun than ever before! The Hornet stands as one of Tamiya's most popular R/C cars ever released, helping launch a 2WD R/C buggy boom worldwide. Featuring excellent performance on both dirt and on-road tracks, this awesome buggy can take on any type of terrain. Just like the original, this re-release features an easy to assemble chassis and drivetrain consisting of a durable but lightweight ABS resin bathtub frame, diff gear loaded sealed gearbox, oil filled rear dampers, powerful RS 540 motor and high performance suspension system. The Hornet is perfect for those that used to have one, those that have always wanted one, and for those that want a revolutionary buggy that has earned its place in R/C history.
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Basic Specifications

Overall length: 400mm, Overall width: 230mm, Overall height: 150mm, Weight: 874g Solid bathtub frame with side bumpers High performance Type 540 motor Independent swing axle front suspension with friction dampers Rolling rigid axle rear suspension with oil filled dampers Sealed rear gearbox to protect diff gear during off-road running Original 3-piece assembly wheels compatible with optional ball bearings (sold separately) Straight ribbed racing front tires Spiked buggy rear tires Durable, shock absorbent polycarbonate body shell Reinforced resin bumper TEU-101BK Electronic Speed Controller
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Required Items (Sold Separately)

R/C Unit: Expec GT-I or 2-channel R/C unit with FET Battery: Tamiya 7.2V Racing Pack or equivalent


Box art: - above!

Now I know this does not technically classify as a "Scale Model", but Karen obviously enjoyed the building & playing with it......

Click on each image for a closer look

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