September 28, 2017

Tamiya F104 Pro II Formula chassis

Tamiya have introduced the follow up to their F104 Pro chassis, which was first introduced in 2009, the Pro II. Receiving refinements to enhance your R/C formula racing fun, the Pro II pairs the lightweight and streamlined direct drive F104 chassis with a new lower deck, and upgrade parts, giving a sharp and responsive driving feel. Furthermore, it includes an all-new original body design based on 2017 F1 car bodywork and wing dimensions.

– 1/10 R/C model assembly kit. Length: 440mm, width: 180mm, height: 88mm, wheelbase: 270mm.
– The lightweight F104 chassis is fitted with various upgraded parts to turn it into the F104 PRO II.
– FRP double deck chassis has a new lower deck design, and an inline (longitudinal) battery position.
– The 1.5mm thick FRP T-bar design with U-shaped cutaway is inherited from the F104WGP. It makes up the rear suspension in concert with friction plates and a TRF damper.
– Features front independent coil spring suspension. Alter camber by changing upper mount attachment direction.
– Utilises an aluminium ball differential.
– A realistic original polycarbonate body is included. Its design is inspired by 2017 trends, with a sharp, slanting nose and bulging side pontoons. Additional parts are included to create alternative lower side pontoon sections as separate parts for chassis with larger R/C equipment.
– Separate parts depict the complex front wing and its low rear counterpart, rear diffuser, mirrors, helmet, etc.
– Comes with realistic semi-pneumatic synthetic rubber tires, and marking stickers to decorate the body.
– A wide range of Hop-Up Option parts are available to further tune the chassis to your needs.
– Requires: 2-channel radio, steering servo, ESC, 7.2volt battery & battery charger.
– Requires Tamiya Polycarbonate paint to paint the body. (sold separately)

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