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Old 09-19-2011, 02:05 AM
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A spec class of these would bring me back to 12th. Sadly, I have a hard time believing it would ever happen in my area.
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Expected price ? I'm very interested in this
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Old 09-29-2011, 08:54 AM
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There it is....

http://www.tamiya.com/japan/hobbysho...0/pdf/toms.pdf
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I never thought I'd buy another 1:12 pan car again, but this is a must have even if it stays in the cellophane.

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I'm a bit disappointed that it is actually a pretty close copy of anything recent. i would have liked it if it was more different, clumsy Tamiya style.

Then again, you can't beat that body ;-)
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Looking at the way the rear hubs bolt together with 3 screws, I wonder if Tamiya has it setup to either run hex wheels, or standard 3-bolt 12th scale wheels from other manufacturers?
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Originally Posted by jmellipse View Post
I'm a bit disappointed that it is actually a pretty close copy of anything recent. i would have liked it if it was more different, clumsy Tamiya style.

Then again, you can't beat that body ;-)
I'm sure this is just a precursor to a pimped out version that Marc Reinhard will be racing this fall season...
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Looking at the way the rear hubs bolt together with 3 screws, I wonder if Tamiya has it setup to either run hex wheels, or standard 3-bolt 12th scale wheels from other manufacturers?
3-bolt, with 540 motor are optional, as can be seen in the drawings.

All we need are the TRF parts, and a Porsche 956 body set...
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3-bolt, with 540 motor are optional, as can be seen in the drawings.

All we need are the TRF parts, and a Porsche 956 body set...
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So is there anything on the car which would make it illegal for racing?

Not fussed if it's competitive, just that it wouldn't fail tech for anything?
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It looks like the rear pod has holes to accommodate an F1 wing.
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