Tamiya Nissan R390 GT1 (TT-01 Type-E)

Oct 14, 2012 No Comments by

Nissan created the R390 GT1 as a challenger to the 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans. The car featured a carbon composite monocoque and a 600hp 3.5-liter twin turbo V8 engine for superb performance. It recorded incredible lap times during pre-qualifying and went on to perform admirably during the race itself.
The R390 assembly kit was originally released on the TA-03R 4WD touring car platform in 1997 and it’s now being offered again on the easy to assemble TT-01 Type E chassis.

Specifications

Scale: 1/10 scale
Construction type: assembly kit
Terrain use: on-road
Drive-train: 4WD
Drive type: shaft
Drive line: dog bone
Differential type: gear
Suspension: fully independent double wishbone
Steering mechanism: bell-crank
Shock damper: oil-filled damper
Shock damper material: plastic
Tire type: rubber
Tire tread: radial
Body material: Clear Polycarbonate
ESC: included
ESC type: TEU-105BK
LED Light buckets: no
LED lights: no
Motor type: 540-brushed type
Bearings: plastic bushing
Chassis material: plastic
Sticker material: vinyl
Internal gear ratio:
Adjustable camber: fixed
Adjustable toe angles: front only
Adjustable ride height: yes
Adjustable gear ratio: yes
Adjustable wheelbase: yes
Adjustable track width: fixed
Adjustable shock angle: yes
Special features:
Requires: 7.2 battery & charger
Requires: radio gear, servo, receiver
Requires: polycarbonate paint

58544 1/10 R/C Nissan R390 GT1 (TT-01 Type-E)
Availability: November

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