Tamiya Semi Scania R620 6x4 Highline 1/14 TAM56323

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This is the 1/14 scale Tamiya Semi Scania R620 6x4 Highline Tractor Truck Kit.

Features:
  • Ladder frame chassis with aluminum channels and resin cross members
  • Tilt forward operation just like full-size truck, removable fenders to depict a low carrying load
  • Shaft driven from front mounted motor to rear axles with are equipped with differentials
  • RS540 Motor
  • Three speed servo controlled constant mesh transmission
  • Die cast metal front axle and reinforced resin rear axles float mounted on metal leaf springs and coil spring shocks
  • Molded plastic cab, white in color tilts forward separately from fenders, clear plastic windows, separate grille, mirrors and other accessories add to realism
  • Chrome plated plastic wheels
  • Ten, treaded rubber tires

The Tamiya Semi Scania R620 6x4 Highline boasts a beautifully reproduced cabin that tilts forward separately from the fenders, just like the actual truck. The accurately modeled fenders themselves are removable for realistically depicting a low carrying load. Realistic chassis and suspension further add to the imposing form of this unique model.

Includes:
One 1/14 scale Tamiya Semi Scania R620 6x4 Highline Tractor Truck Kit, 540 motor, tires, wheels, decal sheet, 3-speed transmission and instructions

Requires:
Radio: 4-channel with 4-channel receiver and analog or digital trim function
Servos: Two standard size for steering and shifting
Electronic Speed Control: Tamiya TEU302BK (TAMM3178) recommended, do not use the Tamiya TEU101BK or the TEU104BK
Battery: 6-cell stick
Battery Charger: Timed or peak for 6-cell battery
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Length: 20.5" (520mm)
Width: 7.4" (187mm)
Height: 11.5" (293mm)

Gear Ratio
Low Gear: 1:32.49
2nd Gear: 1:17.66
3rd Gear: 1:10.66

Review Summary

Reviews

5 Stars great product

Robert from CT wrote (September 09, 2013):

looks great 3 speed trans is a little complex but not bad had most built in 3 days