New Tamiya 1/10 RC 58532 Nissan Silvia S16 (M-06 chassis) & 84228 Opel Vectra HKS JTCC (FF-03 chassis)

★ (S13) appeared in the RC Car NISSAN Silvia is the fifth generation was popular in the style of unique and beautiful ride sporty rear-wheel drive. ★ polycarbonate body accurately reproduced in the form of flowing was awarded the Good Design Grand Award. Headlight is part realism to prepare the different parts of the polycarbonate. ★ M-06 chassis is adopted after the rear-wheel drive motor. Rear wheel was fitted with super-grip radial tires. ※ radio use: RC electric drive set fine 2.4G specs

Re-appeared ★ HKS Opel Vectra in the electric RC car in Japan Touring Car Championship in 1995, he showed a group occupy a corner of the top always. ★ FF-03 battery, front-wheel-drive front motor chassis upright. ★ suspension equipped with CVA oil shocks of the four 4-wheel double wishbone front and inboard type. ※ radio use: export spec GT-I 2.4G (RC set for electric cars)

4 thoughts on “New Tamiya 1/10 RC 58532 Nissan Silvia S16 (M-06 chassis) & 84228 Opel Vectra HKS JTCC (FF-03 chassis)

  1. GreatDane

    I am not a Nissan guy, but in a funny way, I really dig the Nissan Silvia 🙂

    The Opel is a no brainer with the release of the new FF03 chassis some time ago.

    But a Nissan Silvia? Would never have giving it a thought 😉

    Well done, Tamiya 😉

  2. admin Post author

    We really like especially its boxart (modified from the Tamiya static kit) and find that unfortunately the body doesn’t match the chassis (wheel offset) as well as we would have liked for a Tamiya, but probably nothing a modeler can’t modify/improve 🙂

    Best regard from the Tamiyablog team

  3. GreatDane

    In regards to the wheel offset, I just found some Ride (a Japanese company, I believe) M-chassis wheels with a off set of 4 mm.

    Will that do or is to much, do you think? It is difficult to judge from the picture.

    Best Regards

    GreatDane c”,)

  4. admin Post author

    As you say hard to tell from the photos, but could work, my guess would also be 2-4mm, please let us know if you try.
    Best regards,

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