Tamiya 58733 Supra (JZA80) (BT-01) Official details

The 2WD BT-01 chassis offers choices of FF/MR/FR drive system based upon the drive system of the actual car your body recreates. Its very first body depicts the fourth generation Toyota Supra (JZA80) which was announced as a Toyota’s flagship sportscar in 1993.

Its top grade RZ model employed a 3-liter inline-6 twin turbo engine capable of 280hp, 6-speed transmission, 4-wheel double wishbone suspension and ventilated disc brakes for front and rear.

The muscular form and high-spec performance mesmerised fans all over the world and achieved success in motorsports races.

This is a 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 457mm, width: 185mm, height: 135mm. Wheelbase: 257mm.

  • The form of the Toyota Supra (JZA80) is realistically recreated in lightweight polycarbonate.
  • 10-spoke one-piece wheels (silver colour) are paired with racing radial tires (Item 50419).
  • Separate moulded plastic parts: mirrors, wing, light cases
  • Length: 397mm, width: 185mm. Wheelbase: 257mm / 251mm (*).
  • The 2WD BT-01 chassis gives a choice of two types of wheelbase (*), and front- or rear- wheel drive system.
  • Without removing battery pack, motor and R/C equipment setups from the centre frame, simply change attachment directions of final gears and steering linkage to switch between front- and rear-wheel drive; front (FR) or midship rear (MR) motor position can be chosen for rear-wheel drive cars. (Six setups are available in total.)
  • The 4-wheel double wishbone suspension features symmetrical structure and friction dampers.
  • Unitized sections such as motor mount, final gears and suspension facilitate ease of assembly and effective maintenance.
  • Many Hop-Up Option parts for TT-chassis cars can be used to fine-tune setup.
  • Type 540 motor & ESC included

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