1/10th Touring Car Tamiya M-06 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia kit mars 24, 2020 by Chris Leave a Comment Tamiya have introduced the new M-06 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia kit. The Karmann Ghia was a stylish coupé based upon the same platform as the legendary Beetle. Its body was designed by Italian firm Ghia and manufactured by the German company Karmann. The polycarbonate body in this replica sits on top of the Tamiya RWD M-06 chassis. The M-06 chassis features a rear-mounted motor, rear-drive setup and features a longitudinally-mounted battery pack, with R/C equipment positioned on either side for optimum balance and a low center of gravity. 4-wheel double wishbone suspension uses metal-plated wheels, equipped with 60D radial tires at the front and 60D super grip tires at the rear. In addition, a 3-piece steering linkage offers nimble handling response. A large bumper is included. Shopping! Wartelle Shop Shopping! RC Team Features: 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 410mm, width: 182mm, height: 125mm. Lightweight and durable polycarbonate. Separate plated parts depict side mirror, bumpers and light cases. Includes marking stickers, and window masking stickers for use during the painting process. The M-06 chassis features a rear-motor, RWD setup with a longitudinally-mounted battery pack and R/C units positioned on either side for optimum balance and a low center of gravity. This model utilizes the 239mm wheelbase M-06L chassis. Metal-plated wheels paired with front radial and rear super grip radials for superior stability and sharp handling. A host of Hop-Up Option parts are available to customize the chassis to your driving needs. Includes Tamiya 540-motor. Includes: Tamiya TBLE-02S ESC (electronic speed control) Capable of running sensor brushless motors and brushed motors alike. (21.5 Turn BL motor limit) (23 Turn brushed motor limit) Source: Tamiya Partagez16TweetezEnregistrer16 PartagesAbout ChrisFounder of circusrc.com, journalist & photographer in the RC world for several years, Chris is passionate about RC, racing and technique. Whether in France or in the world, he is trying to bring high-quality information and photos for enthusiasts... and make you want to join the world of RC!