Tamiya Release List for February 2020

R/C Models
 58680  1/10 R/C TOYOTA GAZOO Racing TS050 HYBRID 2019 (F103GT)
 47429  1/10 R/C Porsche 911 GT3 CUP VIP 2008 (TT-01 Type-E)
 47432  1/10 R/C Super Clod Buster Black Edition
 54887  TRF420 Toe Control Rear Suspension Set
 54919  Type 370 Torque-Tuned Motor
 54920  SW-01 A Parts (Chassis) (Clear Light Gray)
 54926  TT-02 Lower Deck (Hard/Black)
 54928  SW-01 Metal Cross Joints (4pcs.)
 54934  TRF420 Steel Front Direct Cups (2pcs.)
 54935  Brass Adjustable Suspension Mount (XB)
 54936  Brass Adjustable Suspension Mount (A)
 54937  Brass Adjustable Suspension Mount E
 54938  Brass Adjustable Separate Suspension Mounts (XB)
 54939  Brass Adjustable Separate Suspension Mounts (A)
 54940  Brass Adjustable Separate Suspension Mounts E
 54952  Reinforced Tires Type C2 (24mm, 2pcs.)
 51651  Nylon Band (Small/Black, 20pcs.)
 47436  1/10 Scale R/C F104 2017 Type Lightweight Body Parts Set

Static Models
 35371  1/35 German Infantry Set (Mid-WWII)
 24062  1/24 Toyota Supra 3.0GT Turbo
 21097  1/48 Mitsubishi A6M3a Zero Fighter 2-163, 201st Air Group (Finished Model)

 18094  Neo-VQS (VZ Chassis)
 95524  Razorback Clear Violet Special (FM-A)
 95535  Brake Set (for AR Chassis) (Fluorescent Yellow)
 95536  Lightweight Plastic Spacer Set (12/6.7/6/3/1.5mm) (Purple)
 95537  Front Under Guard (Fluorescent Yellow)
 95540  Lightweight Double Aluminum Rollers (13-12mm/Purple)
 95541  HG 19mm Tapered Aluminum Ball-Race Rollers (Ringless/Purple)
 95548  Mini 4WD Car Dimension Checker (Neon Green)
 95532  Buck Blader
 15524  FRP Wide Front Plate (for VZ Chassis)
 70236  Curved Universal Arm Set

Tools & Paints
 69932  (+) Screwdriver Bit L (Short)
 69933  Hex Wrench Screwdriver Bit (2mm)
 74152  Ratcheting Screwdriver PRO w/(+) Bit/L
 74563  Spray-Work Air Compressor Advance w/Sparmax Airbrush SX 0.3D

Guesses and Wishes for Tamiya 2020 Releases

Like at the previous changes of the year

a) which products do you think Tamiya could release this year (static, RC, Mini 4WD, anything else) and

b) which products would you personally like to be released (regardless of if their chances are realistic)?

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wishes everyone a superb new decade
full of joy and health with Tamiya!

Upcoming February 2020 Radio Control Magazine with a Tamiya Black Special

Latest issue of radio control magazine has arrived from camilizers to the editorial department!

This time of year, the color of the image of the celebration, such as red and white, is this time of the year, but the first feature of the February issue is ” Tamiya’s black,” Don’t miss the special RC Car & items that appeal to the blowdryer and premium!

It looks like it’s going to be colder and colder, so I highly recommend the appendix neck wor! I would be very happy if I could have been a family matching fashion item! Please come and have a fun new year’s holiday in the February issue of January 4th!

Source and more: Radio Control Magazine

Customizing Mini 4WD Racers For High Speeds On A Small Scale by Ars Technica

Randy Holt, owner of Hobbytown in Toms River, NJ, takes us inside the world of Mini 4WD Racing – a venerable pastime experiencing a new boom in popularity. Randy breaks down the engineering challenges that Mini 4WD drivers need to overcome, and all the tiny gear and tech they use to make it happen. And to help you get started on your own Mini 4WD obsession, Randy unboxes and explains how to assemble a brand new Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Yaris WRC.
Source: Ars Technica

Off-Road Rig Rework! Tamiya Dynahead 6×6 RC Truck Quick Project Overview & Action by RC Driver

We have built up a lot of crazy projects on the channel and a lot of those projects are major overhauls of the vehicle. But you don’t need to completely redo a vehicle to make it fun. You have to pick and choose what parts are right for your application. Sometimes just simple things can make a big difference. That’s what we did on our Tamiya Dynahead 6×6 we reviewed a while back. We’ve had a few parts lying around the workshop that we thought would be some great additions to this fun off-road rig. So rather than think about it any longer, Greg dropped everything he was doing and swapped out the electronics and some other parts on the Dynhead and the result we think is pretty cool. Take a look at our Project Tamiya Dynahead 6×6 with an all new attitude.
Soure: RC Driver YouTube channel