This is a special edition kit of the 1/14 R/C Scania R620 6x4 Highline. The kit includes body components that are pre-painted in Tamiya Synthetic Lacquer TS-51 Racing Blue paint. The body is also clear coated with a urethane clear topcoat.
- Scale 1/14
- Construction type assembly kit
- Terrain use on-road
- Drive-train 2-axle semi
- Drive type 3-speed
- Drive line solid axle
- Differential type gear
- Suspension leaf spring
- Steering mechanism bell-crank
- Shock damper friction damper
- Shock damper material aluminum
- Tire type rubber
- Tire tread radial
- Body material ABS Plastic
- Chassis material aluminum
- Electronic Speed Control (ESC) not included
- ESC model n/a
- LED Light buckets yes
- LED lights no
- Motor 540-brushed type
- Bearings metal and plastic bushings
- Adjustable camber fixed
- Adjustable toe angles front only
- Adjustable ground clearance fixed
- Adjustable gear ratio fixed
- Adjustable wheelbase fixed
- Adjustable track width fixed
- Adjustable shock angle fixed
- Special feature 1 Length: 520mm Width: 187mm Height: 293mm
- Special feature 2 Wheelbase: 237+103mm
- Special feature 3 Tread F/R: 156/138mm
- Special feature 4 Tire Width: F/R both 22mm
- Special feature 5 Tire Diameter: F/R both 83mm
- Special feature 6 Gear Ratio: 1st gear 32.49:1, 2nd gear 17.76:1, 3rd gear 10.66:1
- Special feature 7 Engine: Electric 540
- Special feature 8 Chassis Shape: Ladder Type Frame
- Requires A 7.2 battery & charger
- Requires B 4-channel radio gear
- Requires C TS plastic model paint
- Requires D Electronic speed control
Semi-Truck Kits Require
- 4ch Radio sys.
- Battery Pack
- TS Spray
- 8 x AA batteries
- Materials-Glue, Tools
Important Radio Information
Please be advised when choosing a radio for your Tamiya Semi, you need to figure out what your final goal will be. Your choice is between an Analog or Digital trimmed 4ch radio.
If you plan on using your semi without an MFU (Multi-Function Unit), you can use either type radio.
If you even think you might use an Tamiya MFU on your semi, please only use a Analog radio.
Digital trim radios "WILL NOT" work with Tamiya MFU units.
Q. How Can I tell if my radio is Analog or digital trim?
Analog - Radio Trims slide from one end to the other
Digital - Radio Trims are only switches and click in either direction, No Sliding