Category Archives: Vintage

Photos of the Tamiya 58028 Toyota 4×4 Pick Up & 58029 4×4 Blazing Blazer featured last weekend in a Tamiya RC Live session

Corresponding Tamiya RC Live session

Introduction of Tamiya RC Circuit Challenge and Tamiya RC High-Tech Course & TB-05R release commemoration, introduction of TB Evo series history


Introduction of Tamiya RC Circuit Challenge and Tamiya RC High-Tech Course
・ Introduction of Tamiya RC Circuit Challenge
・ Introduction of how to use Tamiya Circuit and how to drive for beginners
・ Tamiya RC high-tech course << About damper for M chassis >>


TB-05R release commemoration, introduction of TB Evo series history
・ Introducing the history of Tamiya TB Evo series to commemorate the release of TB-05R
・ Looking back on the history and evolution of the Tamiya shaft drive 4WD racing machine, which continues from “TB Evolution” developed as a race specification machine in 2000 based on the “TB-01” chassis to “TB Evo.7”.

Appearance
Tamiya Satoshi Maezumi, Riku Sunahara, Takayuki Kono

Introducing the afternoon section of “Tamiya RC Holiday Meeting” and Tamiya RC history to commemorate the renewal of the Tamiya Circuit Off-Road Course



Introduction of the afternoon section of “Tamiya RC Holiday Meeting” and Tamiya RC history to commemorate the renewal of the Tamiya Circuit Off-Road Course
・ Introduction of the Tamiya RC Holiday Meeting held at the Tamiya Circuit Off-Road Course, which will be renewed OPEN (* The content may be changed in case of rain)
・ Tamiya RC History 《RC released in the early 1980s》
Appearance
Tamiya Satoshi Maezumi, Riku Sunahara

Introducing the morning section of “Tamiya RC Holiday Meeting” and Tamiya RC history to commemorate the renewal of the Tamiya Circuit Off-Road Course



Introduction of the morning section of “Tamiya RC Holiday Meeting” and Tamiya RC history to commemorate the renewal of the Tamiya Circuit Off-Road Course
・ Introducing the Tamiya RC Holiday Meeting held at the Tamiya Circuit Off-Road Course, which will be renewed OPEN (* The content may be changed in case of rain)
・ Tamiya RC History 《RC released in the early 1980s》
Appearance
Tamiya Satoshi Maezumi, Riku Sunahara

Tamiya RC Live – Introduction of Tamiya RC useful goods and Tamiya RC high-tech course & TB-05R release commemoration, introduction of TB series history



Introduction of Tamiya RC convenient goods and Tamiya RC high-tech course
・ Introduction of useful goods of Tamiya RC
・ Introduction of oil damper assembly technique in new project Tamiya RC high-tech course


TB-05R release commemoration, introduction of TB series history
・ Introducing Tamiya TB series history to commemorate the release of TB-05R
-Looking back on the history and evolution of Tamiya Shaft Drive 4WD Touring, which has continued from the “TB-01” developed based on the drive train of the engine car in 1999.

Appearance
Tamiya Satoshi Maezumi, Riku Sunahara, Takayuki Kono

Tamiya RC Live – RC event concours d’Elegance winner machine introduction and Tamiya RC history part 2



Introduction of 2020 Tamiya RC event Condele winning machines and Tamiya RC history ②
・ Introducing the RC car that won the Concours d’Elegance Award at the 2020 Tamiya RC event
・ Tamiya RC History ② Introducing the RC cars that Tamiya has released so far
・ Introduction of Maezumi’s M-07 CONCEPT
Starring Tamiya Satoshi Maezumi, Riku Sunahara

New production batch of Tamiya 58583 Egress 2013


Length: 430mm. Image shows painted and assembled kit.

Back, and Ready to Take On Modern Day Competition
Tamiya is pleased to welcome back the Egress, successor to the famed Avante. The Avante was originally launched in 1988 and Tamiya took advantage of the experience and know-how garnered by the Tamiya Racing Factory (TRF; founded in 1989) team to make a racing version of the Avante: the Egress. It featured carbon fiber plates made of the material seen on hi-tech racing cars and aircraft, and employed racing parts such as ball diffs, high-capacity oil dampers, and lightweight titanium screws. Now, the shaft-driven Egress receives a makeover to bring it right up to date and unleash a whole new world of potential.

Durable shaft-driven 4WD chassis uses a range of carbon parts
This shaft-driven 4WD chassis features a longitudinally-positioned motor and full ball bearings, while carbon fiber upper and lower decks ensure that the model has superb strength. Re-designed front and rear ball differentials offer excellent reliability and easy maintenance, working in tandem with the built-in center one-way to provide sure-footed movement. The one-way bearing can be locked. Universal drive shafts feature the same design as those used in the current TRF series parts, in order to maximize power transmission and improve resistance to wear and tear. 4-wheel double wishbone suspension is supported by 4 oil dampers equipped with aluminum cylinders, while the front and rear of the model are fitted with stabilizers. Aluminum front uprights offer excellent reliability, and ball bearings in steering linkage arms combine with 2mm thick carbon fiber plate to offer a linear steering response. The Egress has been truly revamped across the board, and it also features a brushless motor.

Specifications
●Length: 430mm, Width: 243mm, Height: 157mm ●Wheelbase: 275mm ●Tread (Front & Rear): 200mm ●Carbon Fiber Double Deck Frame ●Shaft-Driven 4WD ●Polycarbonate Body and Undertray ●Front & Rear Ball Differentials + Center One-Way ●3-Piece Steering Tie Rod ●4-Wheel Double Wishbone Suspension ●Tire Width/Diameter: 32/88mm (Front), 40/88mm (Rear) ●High-Capacity Aluminum Cylinder Oil Dampers ●Gear Ratio: 8.25:1 (When using kit-included 22T pinion) ●Requires Type 540 Motor and Electronic Speed Controller (sold separately)

Separately Required Items
●Type 540 Motor ●Electronic Speed Controller (ESC) ●2-Channel R/C Unit with ESC ●Battery Pack & Charger ●R6/AA/UM3 batteries for transmitter

Assembly manual PDF