RaybrigNSX 2002
Model Number: 58297

Released

2002

Drive

4WD (2 belts, mid motor)

Suspension

Four wheel independant double wishbone

Chassis Description

TA04R (Carbon Reinforced molded tub)

Body Type

Lexan polycarbonate, lexan wing

Motor

n/a

Similar

TA04R

Width

189mm

Length

420mm

Wheel Base

257mm

Tread Front

166mm

Tread Rear

166mm

Weight

1575g

Scale

1/10 Touring Car

Tires

front:24mm Type A, molded inserts
Rear:24mm Type A, molded inserts

The RAYBRIG NSX 2002 of Team Kunimitsu with Mooncraft is notorious for tearing up the track at the Japan GT Championship (JGTC) scene. From the 2nd race in SUGO the machine featured a characteristic induction box fixed to the roof. The Raybrig of Team Kunimitsu with Mooncraft was also known for its vivid blue and white coloring.



The TA04-R Chassis is fully equipped for one purpose only - to Race. Double-deck frame of chassis features carbon reinforced resin lower deck and full carbon upper deck for increased durability. Chassis employs 2-belt 4WD with a full set of ball bearings as well as ball differential gears for maximum drive efficiency. With a full array of option parts and suspension that can be fine-tuned, this R/C chassis stays true to pure racing. (motor not included) [by Tamiya]


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This TA04R kit packs in Tamiya's latest NSX2002 bodyshell, this is a new molding (check out the 'periscope'!) and is just not the old NSX rehashed with another lot of new stickers.


Same lot of TA04R goodies included in the box; now updated with the latest Fluorine-coated TRF shockers.


This NSX is the only TA04R car left in the 2003 catalogs, all previous ones are now discontinued. [by WillyChang]



Reviews

Maxxed Ross

11/12/2003 11:53:23 PM

My favourite shell of all time, the Raybrig NSX 2002

My shell is the pre-painted carbon fibre pattern and...wow...it looks soooo cool. I did mine with minimum stickers and gave it a street racer look by adding trick purple chrome wheels and Jap-style sponsor graphics on the doors.

The only problem is that I don't want to race it now, it looks too good!


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