2-belt drive 4WD Pure Racing Model, TRF415MS
Held every two years, the IFMAR World Championship is a key event for both R/C car makers and top class drivers around the world. Each competing team strives to be number 1, and Tamiya Racing Factory (TRF) is no exception. In 2002 it was the TRF414M chassis which gave TRF their first title, and in 2004 it was a TRF415 based chassis which ensured Tamiya our second consecutive championship. Featuring a 2-belt drive train, low centre of gravity for maximum road holding performance, and overall improved durability, the TRF415MS is the latest in a growing line of Tamiya champions. This cutting edge TRF415MS chassis kit is now available, featuring original parts of the high performance TRF415 chassis plus Reversible Lightweight Suspension, improved suspension geometry, new front and rear dampers, and further improved durability. Tamiya has spared no effort in making this one of our most refined machines, capable of the high-precision control and lightning speed befitting a purebred racer.
Reversible Lightweight Suspension and New Style Damper Stay
The Reversible Lightweight Suspension system reduces the weight load below the damper springs, improving road holding and enabling more precise suspension settings. New carbon fibre reinforced damper stays have also been added to gain maximum benefit from new suspension system.
In Search of Greater Efficiency
Motor power is efficiently conveyed through to front and rear differentials thanks to 2 flexible, low friction drive belts. Specially designed belt stabilizer reduces belt vibration at top speeds, minimizing power loss and belt slipping.
Seeking the Perfect Balance of Durability
In order to achieve improved durability balance, we have redesigned the carbon fibre reinforced double deck frame with lower deck reduced down to 2.5mm thickness. Suspension mount positions on lower deck have also been revised to match reversible lightweight suspension system
All parts according to Tamiya Guide books, Tamiya manuals and Tamiya parts listings.