Manipulating 500 world-limited super sports cars with RC.
Equipped with a 4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine that produces 800 horsepower on a lightweight body that uses a lot of carbon fiber, and bears the name of legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna. It is a complete electric radio control car of McLaren Senna, a super sports car limited to 500 units worldwide. A functional shape that thoroughly pursues cooling and aerodynamics of each part is modeled with polycarbonate. The body is white, the air outlets are black, and the windows are smoked. In addition, the carbon fiber parts of each part of the body, the characteristic headlights, blue-colored air blades, and the mesh grille at the rear of the car body are reproduced with stickers.
Shaft drive 4WD chassis with excellent maneuverability and fun settings
The assembled chassis is a shaft drive 4WD TT-02 with excellent steering stability due to a well-balanced layout with the running battery on the left and the motor on the right. Suspension is 4-wheel independent double wishbone. The front and rear sealed gearboxes have built-in 4-pinion differential gears made of resin that produce smooth differentials. In addition, the wheel hub has a brake disc-like design, and the bumper is equipped with a front bumper support that resembles an actual racing cart. In addition, by rearranging parts, you can choose two types of wheelbase, vehicle height, and tread, and enjoy settings such as a motor mount that allows you to select a wide range of 10 gear ratios. Dark gunmetal 10-spoke wheels that tighten your feet are equipped with hollow rubber tires with tread patterns. In addition, the ESC (Electronic Speed ??Controller), which enables smooth speed adjustment, is equipped with a sensor-equipped TBLE-04S that is compatible with brushless motors of 15.5T or higher.
Using a 2.4G radio that can be easily played with multiple units
In addition to the complete car, a wheel trigger type transmitter that is ideal for car control, a 7.2V battery for driving, and a charger are also included. The RC mechanism uses a 2.4GHz radio set that can be easily enjoyed with multiple units without the need for band adjustments such as crystal replacement. 2.4GHz, which is also used for computer wireless LAN, has a one-to-one correspondence between the transmitter and receiver (vehicle), so there is no need to worry about interference, and the transmitter and receiver are already paired. There is no need for troublesome setup work. In addition, the transmitter adopts a grip cover and a trigger cover. It can be adjusted by removing the cover, making it easy to operate even for people with small hands.