Tamiya Wild One Off-Roader (2012)

May 18, 2012 2 Comments by

Get crazy, get wild again with the re-release of the Tamiya Wild One. Check out the press release below for more info:

The Wild One was originally released in 1985. 2012 marks the year it has been re-released to hobbyists who missed the kit the first time around.


Scale: 1/10 scale
Construction type: assembly kit
Terrain use: off-road
Drive-train: 2WD
Drive type: gearbox
Drive line: dog bone
Differential type: gear
Suspension: fully independent double wishbone
Steering mechanism: bell-crank
Shock damper: oil-filled damper
Shock damper material: aluminum
Tire type: rubber
Tire tread: pin spike
Body material: Clear Polycarbonate
ESC: included
ESC type: TEU-104BK
LED Light buckets: no
LED lights: no
Motor type: 540-brushed type
Bearings: shielded ball bearing
Chassis material: FRP
Sticker material: vinyl
Internal gear ratio: n/a
Adjustable camber: fixed
Adjustable toe angles: front only
Adjustable ride height: yes
Adjustable gear ratio: n/a
Adjustable wheelbase: fixed
Adjustable track width: fixed
Adjustable shock angle: fixed
Anti-squat adjustment: n/a
Droop adjustment: n/a
Special features: 1150 size bearings included x8


7.2v battery, charger, polycarbonate paint, radio gear

58525 1/10 R/C Wild One Off-Roader (2012) re-release
Availability: June

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2 Responses to “Tamiya Wild One Off-Roader (2012)”

  1. Bill Skoros says:

    I have the fast Attack Vechicle, pretty uch the same, just different color and no gun!! Was my first real R/C buggy. Still have it!

  2. mike says:

    glad they brought it back i guess. but why not up date it to witstand brushless and lipo. plus it looks cheap ass all…

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