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Hornet that produced the boom of the 2WD off-road car to debut in 1984. It is a complete electric radio control car that deformed this Hornet pretty. The body and rear wing have a light and durable polycarbonate made of a comfortable form that emphasizes the cockpit by tightly tightening the entire length back and forth. The body and the rear wing, as well as the driver's doll in T-shirt style that is fun to run, is assembled and painted. Two antenna poles reminiscent of haptics and a two-piece megaphone muffler at the rear emphasize the comicalness. The chassis uses the rear wheel drive WR-02CB which features a bubble tire that can be played anywhere from a paved road to uneven off-road. You can enjoy wheely traveling with the front wheels lifted just by holding the transmitter throttle lever.
The chassis adopts WR-02CB based on rear wheel drive WR-02. Easy to run even for beginners, wheelie is easy. A long suspension arm and a CVA oil damper are attached to the bottom of the foot, and it runs on rough roads. Of course, running on the road is also OK. In addition, the side of the chassis protects the motor from an accidental fall and sets a side guard that brings out the buggy. The wheelie bar attached to the rear not only prevents falling when wheely but also can adjust the wheelie run by changing the mounting position. The combination of orange and white makes the wheel a two-piece structure that creates a crisp run. In addition, the tire sets straight ribbed rib pattern straight ahead at the front and grip block round block at the rear. The round, unique shape of the bubble tire will further enhance the comical mood.
As well as the painted body and the finished car body, we also set a traveling 7.2V battery and a charger to a wheel trigger type transmitter that is easy to control. There is no need for band adjustment such as crystal replacement, and RC mechanical adopts 2.4 GHz proposet which can be enjoyed with multiple units casually. As 2.4 GHz, which is also used for computer wireless LAN, etc., transmitter and receiver (body) correspond on a one-to-one basis, there is no concern about interference, and since transmitter and receiver have already been paired, There is no need for cumbersome setup work. In addition, the transmitter can be adjusted to be easy to operate even with small hands by detaching the grip cover and the trigger cover.