Tamiya Neo Scorcher TT-02B - XB RTR

Brand: Tamiya

Part Number: HC-57867

£169.00 Web Price RRP £195.00

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Everything you need to get your shiny new electric model out on the road!

1 x Voltz 1800mAh NiMh Stick Pack - 7.2v #VZ0010
1 x Standard Mains Trickle Charger For All 7.2v - 9.6v Packs (WM-022) #HC-C606014

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The Terra Scorcher, a popular 4WD R/C buggy model from Tamiya s past line-up, makes a comeback as the Neo Scorcher on the TT-02B chassis! The TT-02B uses the TT-02 as s base, adding longer suspension arms, CVA shock units, and buggy bumpers to give it great off-road performance. Of course, it retains the TT-02 s excellent drivability and ease of assembly and maintenance, while motor cooling ducts and receiver case add to the model s durability. It also includes a large wing to go with the newly-designed tough body, plus stickers based on the original Terra Scorcher s livery design.

This iteration of the Neo Scorcher comes as a Ready-to-Run (Expert Built) model. Tamiya s Expert Built (XB) series provides instant R/C excitement without the need for assembly. All the same spare and Hop-Up-Up parts as the assembly kit can be used to maintain and upgrade the Ready-To-Run model.



  • Brand: Tamiya
  • Part No: HC-57867
  • Scale: 1:10
  • Build Level: Assembled (RTR)
  • Vehicle Type: Buggy
  • Power Source: Electric - Brushed
  • Surface Type: Off Road

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