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42275 TRF503 Chassis Kit Announced along with DT03 and new wheelers

Here is the rumoured new 4WD TRF buggy called the TRF503 announced today at the Nuremberg Model fair. As can be seen its back to the belt de...

Here is the rumoured new 4WD TRF buggy called the TRF503 announced today at the Nuremberg Model fair. As can be seen its back to the belt design as opposed to the 502.

Here is the blurb:
The TRF503 is a belt-driven 4WD buggy chassis that is the sum of the race data and experience gleaned form years of racing and development. A 355mm wheelbase as a 12' aluminium front suspension plate allow the model to make light work of undulations, whiles the motor sits 5mm closer to the centreline to suppress roll, and had been shifted 10.5mm forward for superior handling ability. The aluminium centre pulley can harness high power motors, and big bore aeration dampers let the chassis handle off-road terrain with ease. Comes with undertray and wing


Early details are looking very good, lots of new things
  • Aluminium Lower deck
  • Floating servo mount
  • Aluminium centre pulley
  • Gear Diff's front and rear
  • W/O universals front and rear
  • Big bore shocks
  • Refined balance for modern life packs
  • Inline motor for better balance (5mm closer), 10.5 mm forward
  • Redesigned bulkheads including link adjustments
  • Includes brass weights to adjust balance

Looks to be a nice evolution of the TRF511, Its been a while since I had a nice new buggy, maybe this will be the one to get me back into racing off road again?

More info added soon

Here are some other Tamiya's from the show
Tamiya DT03 Neo Fighter Buggy includes Brushless esc
DT03 Chassis Picture, shows its an evolution of the DT02 with a longer wheelbase 
58589 Toyota Land Cruiser 40 Pick-Up (New GF01 4WD wheeler chassis)
58586 Tumbling Bull (WR02G)



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