Tamiya started the modern touring car standard with the TA-01, which was first released in 1992. This is the 6th generation 4WD chassis, which features a totally new layout design that offers excellent balance.
The motor and battery are mounted along the center-line of the chassis with the radio gear positioned on either side. The dual drive system features belt-driven front and gear-driven rear wheels. The gear-driven wheels offer sharp throttle response and improved acceleration.
The battery pack can be accessed from the underside of the chassis for convenience. The refined Inboard Front Suspension (IFS) setup can also be changed to a standard outboard setup thanks to the kit-included damper stay parts. Front and rear gearboxes are equipped with newly-designed gear diff units to efficiently transmit motor power and offer superb traction and acceleration.
Includes: TA06 Pro Chassis Kit with Wheels, Decals, Shock Oil and Instructions
Note: Body, wheels, tires, motor, battery/charger and R/C radio gear sold separately.
Radio: 2-channel with steering servo
Electronic Speed Control: To match selected motor
Motor: 540 size
Battery Pack: 7.2V 6-cell stick
Tires: 24mm medium narrow with inserts
Body: Tamiya TA05 and TA06 bodies will fit
Building and track equipment
Length: 14.6" (371mm)
Width: 7.4" (187mm)
Wheelbase: 10.1" (257mm)
- Chassis: Plastic with battery access on bottom
- Drive: Four wheel, belt driven front wheels, gear driven rear wheels
- Shocks: Oil-filled TRF special shocks with hard black coating
- Differentials: Planetary gear
- Front Suspension: Inboard type that can be changed to an outboard setup with included damper stay parts, all components from previous
- TA05 chassis are transferable
- Wheels: 0.94" (24mm) wide, 1.9"(48mm) six spoke gray
- +2º offset
- Bumper: Front urethane
- Spur Gear: Plastic 06 module, 68 tooth
- Ball Bearings: Full set included
- Caster: Adjustable, caster/toe-in refers to the angle of the front suspension when viewed from the side of the car in relation to the chassis
- Camber: Adjustable, camber refers to the angle of the tops of the tires from vertical when viewed from front or behind vehicle