[Baha bag body full of scale is attractive]
-An electric radio control car that appeared in 1979 and gained popularity due to its humorous form and full-fledged equipment.
-The model was a Volkswagen off-road race car that is also known as the Baja Bug.
-Realistic reproduction of its characteristic form.
-The body is painted in white and blue, and the mark is already pasted.
-In addition, the chassis that is full of realism has been put into an RC mechanicless state in order to mount your RC device.
[Run as soon as you put your favorite RC mechanism]
-The main frame is composed of a 2mm thick FRP plate and a reinforcing duralumin panel.
-Front and rear suspension arms are made of die-cast.
-Four independent suspensions with front / double trailing and rear / swing axle, and four oil dampers with excellent shock absorption.
-Also, a highly dust-resistant transparent plastic mechanical box that houses the RC mechanism and battery for driving ensures the reliability of off-road driving.
-The drive system is a full bearing specification.
-The wheel is a three-piece center lock type that holds the tire tightly.
-The tire has a rib pattern on the front wheels and a sand pattern on the rear wheels.
-Of course, you can enjoy running as soon as the RC mechanism is installed.
-Overall length 400mm, overall width 230mm, overall height 180mm, body weight approximately 1820g
-Wheel base 250mm
-Tread F170mm R175mm
-Tire Width / Diameter = F21 / 73mm R41 / 82mm
-Frame = 2mm thick FRP plate with additional reinforcing duralumin plate
-Drive system = rear motor, rear wheel drive
-Motor = 540 type (Can only be used with the included motor or OP.689 540J motor)
-Suspension F: Double trailing arm R: Swing axle
-Equipped with a total of 4 oil dampers
-Gear ratio = 6.5: 1, 9.3: 1
-Speed controller = ESC specification (sold separately)
-Fine spec FM electric RC drive set, Tamiya LF1100-6.6V racing pack (medium size), Tamiya LF-6.6V battery AC charger, 8 AA batteries for transmitter
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )