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1/10 Electric R/C Car Series No.502

Blitzer Beetle (2011)
Item No:58502


Length=394mm Image shows finished model. ※Enlarged Image

【 Backyard Blitzer 】 This is a 1/10 scale R/C assembly kit of the Blitzer Beetle, which was inspired by the exciting off-road desert racer designs seen in the United States. The proven chassis is equipped with 4-wheel double wishbone suspension, CVA shock units, and high-grip off-road tires to offer superb driving performance on rough terrain. The injection-molded body features metal-plated light covers and side mirror parts for greater realism. In addition, a driver figure as well as a sticker sheet to depict the fiery splash-pattern livery are also included.

【 Superb 2WD Off-Road Chassis 】 This tough, lightweight ABS bathtub chassis features a rear-mounted motor, rear-wheel drive layout. Fully-enclosed gearbox protects against dirt and debris and is equipped with differential gears to offer smooth cornering. 4-wheel independent double wishbone suspension is equipped with C.V.A. shock units and extremely durable monocoque-type lower arms. The front spiked tires feature three ribs for enhanced stability while the rear tires feature both spikes and an X-shaped tread pattern along the center to ensure high levels of grip.
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【 Specifications 】 ●Length: 394mm ●Width: 295mm ●Height: 182mm ●Wheelbase: 260mm ●Tread: 248mm (Front), 242mm (Rear) ●Tire Width/Diameter: 45/98mm (Front), 52/99mm (Rear) ●ABS Bathtub Type Chassis Frame ●Injection-Molded Body with Driver Torso Figure ●Rear-Mounted Motor, Rear-Wheel Drive ●3-Bevel Differential Gears ●F/R Double Wishbone Suspension ●F/R CVA Shock Units ●Gear Ratio= 1:10.00 ●Requires Electronic Speed Controller (sold separately) ●Type 540 Motor included

【 Separately Required Items 】 ●Finespec FM Radio Control System w/ESC ●R6/AA/UM3 batteries for transmitter

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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(The information on this page is current as of September 26, 2011.)