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  1. So as per the title, I just picked up a rather nice example of what I believe is a largely unused Tamiya TG10 Mk1 PRO 1/10 4WD nitro powered on-road car. And frankly, I know NOTHING about nitro cars...and I know even less about this particular car! The previous owner did say the engine is an RB Concepts C12 3-port nitro 2 stroke. And upon inspection, it appears to have all it's electronics - Futaba S3003 servos for both steering and throttle controls, as well as a Futaba R123F 3 channel micro receiver. I believe this is a 75MHz FM receiver. I'm extremely new to nitro R/C anything so this is going to be a steep learning curve. I'm definitely going to need a transmitter as the car didn't come with one. I'm also unsure if the engine is supposed to be pull-start or bump start (there looks to be a housing with a hole where there once may have been a pull handle and cord). Trouble is, RB Concepts is no longer in business so finding parts for this engine won't be easy. Let the fun begin, I guess... If anyone's interested, I have posted an unboxing video to YouTube the day it arrived (literally yesterday).
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