The Tyrrell P34, the only 6-wheeled F1 race car ever to compete in the history of F1, caused a lot of fanfare and controversy when it was introduced in 1976. This is a 1/10 R/C assembly kit model of the Tyrrell P34 which raced at the 1977 Monaco GP, which had a different rear wing and engine cover than the car which raced at the Japanese GP.
The high performance direct drive 2WD chassis has a semi-double deck layout with 1.5mm thick upper and 2.5mm thick lower FRP plates. The kingpin and coil spring 4-wheel independent front suspension consists of a one-piece lower arm and left/right upper arms. One servo controls the steering of all four front wheels. The rear suspension features a rigid T-bar suspension with a coil spring and friction plate. The spur gear has a built-in ball diff that provides a limited slip effect. In addition, both front and rear wheels are equipped with high-grip sponge tires.
Specs & Features:
1/10 scale R/C assembly kit.
P34 Tyrell body is made out durable polycarbonate material.
Stickers are included to depict team drivers Jody Scheckter's No.3 and Patrick Depailler's No.4 cars.
High performance direct drive 2WD chassis comes equipped with a half double deck frame with 1.5mm thick upper and
2.5mm thick lower FRP plates.
Kingpin coil spring front suspension.
Links control the front 4-wheel independent suspension.
One servo controls all four front wheels.
The rear suspension features a rigid T-bar suspension with a coil spring and friction plate.
Front and rear foam tires included.
540-J brushed motor included
Tread: 140mm (Front), 155mm (Rear)
Tire Width/Diameter: 23/44mm (Front), 45/64mm (Rear)
Gear Ratio: 4.5:1 (when used with 14T pinion and 63T spur gears)
Requires an Electronic Speed Controller (sold separately)
Pad friction damper w/coil spring shock