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Check this out guys.

Anything you like?

RC:

1/10 R/C TRF417 Chassis Kit

1/10 R/C TRF502X Chassis Kit

1/10 R/C M-06 PRO Chassis Kit

1/10 R/C Datsun 240Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec

1/10 R/C Endless 370Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec

1/10 R/C Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP4-24 (F104)

1/10 R/C Raybrig HSV-010 (TA05 ver.II)

1/10 R/C JAS Motorsport Honda Civic Type-R R3 (FF-03)

1/10 R/C 2WD Buggy 【Tentative】

1/10 R/C F104 PRO Black Special (Limited Edition)

1/16 R/C M-51 Super Sherman Full-Option Kit

XB Datsun 240Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec

XB Endless 370Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec

XB Toyota Land Cruiser 40 (CC-01)

Wrench for 5mm Reinforced Adjusters

SA TT-01R Type-E Chassis (Factory Finished)

OP FF-03 Carbon Damper Stay (Rear)

OP FF-03 Carbon Motor Stay (L)

OP FF-03 Carbon Steering Link

OP FF-03 Carbon Stiffener (Rear) 【Tentative】

OP TRF201 Slipper Clutch Set 【Tentative】

OP M-06 Aluminum Motor Mount

OP M-06 Aluminum Gearbox Plate

OP M-06 Titanium Screw Set

OP Aluminum Upright (2.0°) Adapter for M-05Ra Chassis

OP M-05 & M-06 Aluminum Rear Upright (2.0°)

OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 12T

OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 14T

OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 16T

OP Tamiya Brushless Motor 01 (Sensored) 18T

Tamiya Brushless ESC 01 (Sensored)

EXPEC GT-I 2.4G Radio Control System (Basic Set)

SCALE MODELS:

1/350 Japanese Heavy Cruiser Tone 【Tentative】

1/20 Lotus Type 79 1979 “Martini”

1/20 Lotus Type 79 1979 Photo-Etched Parts Set

1/20 McLaren M23 1976

1/12 McLaren M23 1974 【Tentative】

1/12 YZR-M1 '09 Monster Yamaha Tech3

1/12 Valentino Rossi Rider Figure (High Speed Riding Type)

1/35 Sturmgeschutz III Ausf.G “Finnish Army”

1/35 Russian Assault Infantry (1941-1942)

1/25 German Tank Destroyer Jagdpanther

1/16 Leopard A4 【Tentative】

1/48 Macchi MC.200 Saetta

1/48 Citroen Traction 11CV Staff Car French Army (Finished Model)

1/20 Lotus Type 79 1978 British GP, No.6

(Finished Model)

1/20 Lotus Type 79 1978 German GP, No.5

(Finished Model)

1/48 A6M3 Zero Fighter Iwakuni Naval Air Group (Finished Model)

1/48 A6M3a Zero Fighter 582nd Naval Air Group (Finished Model)

1/35 German Panzerkampfwagen 35(t)

(Limited Edition)

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Check this out guys.

Anything you like?

Pretty much everything!

One of the most interesting Tokyo line-ups from Tamiya in a long time... two new TRF cars... a new rear wheel drive mini... some nice bodies on standard releases... and a sensored brushless system (at last)... hopefully there will be some good pics posted when the time comes!

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1/10 R/C 2WD Buggy 【Tentative】

Could this be the return of the Sand Rover...?

I was thinking along the lines of a mid-motor TRF201.

Since it's tentative we may not see anything though....

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1/10 R/C Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP4-24 (F104)

:) :) :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: - Need I say more? B)

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Ooh, I'm really hoping I can make a visit to this show.

I'm curious about the "tentative" 2WD too - maybe be a sport (ie. more basic) version of the TRF201?

I was intending to get an ABC 'Goose' mini chassis, but now I'm torn between that or waiting for the M06.

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Where's the Bronco on cc-01 chassis? I thought it was a sure release... :)

TAM58469 Ford Bronco CC-01. Just check Garry's post under winter releases. The Land Cruiser is just a XB version of the kit, so don't despair it is on it's way.

Henk :)

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And yet still no 1/8 801Xe? :)

Maybe i'll have to wait until the ToyFair in Germany, february 2011...

Oh, well...

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Sure like to see some photos. The super sherman would be of interest. The upgraded big gun (kind of remind me of a small child carrying a big stick) allowed the sherman to go toe to toe with other big tanks.

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TAM58469 Ford Bronco CC-01. Just check Garry's post under winter releases. The Land Cruiser is just a XB version of the kit, so don't despair it is on it's way.

Henk :)

:wub: Oh yes, I've asked this just because i've read the news on that topic, but now it seems to be disappeared from this new list...Uhmmm, maybe we'll see it in january 2011 and these are just the releases before the end of the year, who knows? :)

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RC:

.................1/10 R/C Raybrig HSV-010 (TA05 ver.II)

1/10 R/C JAS Motorsport Honda Civic Type-R R3 (FF-03)

1/10 R/C 2WD Buggy 【Tentative】

1/10 R/C F104 PRO Black Special (Limited Edition)

1/16 R/C M-51 Super Sherman Full-Option Kit

XB Datsun 240Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec

XB Endless 370Z (TT-01D Type-E) Drift Spec

XB Toyota Land Cruiser 40 (CC-01)

Wrench for 5mm Reinforced Adjusters

SA TT-01R Type-E Chassis (Factory Finished)

OP FF-03 Carbon Damper Stay (Rear)

OP FF-03 Carbon Motor Stay (L)

OP FF-03 Carbon Steering Link...............

Wild One/FAV/Astute ???

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1/10 R/C 2WD Buggy 【Tentative】

Could this be the return of the Sand Rover...?

A word or two has been deleted from that line. The list is the same as several other forums and it should read:

* 1/10 R/C TRF201 Basic Version 【Tentative】

That ain't gonna be a re-release !

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A word or two has been deleted from that line. The list is the same as several other forums and it should read:

* 1/10 R/C TRF201 Basic Version 【Tentative】

That ain't gonna be a re-release !

dang ... was silently hoping for a Wild One ... :)

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Just share this link posted on the main home page bi uluu70, there are some nice pics of the future products.

www.arwico.ch/fileadmin/Content/Neuheitenfiles/Neuheiten%20August%202010.pdf

Credit for this info goes to uluu70 :)

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Ooh, I'm really hoping I can make a visit to this show.

I'm curious about the "tentative" 2WD too - maybe be a sport (ie. more basic) version of the TRF201?

I was intending to get an ABC 'Goose' mini chassis, but now I'm torn between that or waiting for the M06.

It would be typical for Tamiya to indeed release a replacement for the DT02 Chassis in it's 540 spec now - They have made an out of the ordinary release on the DT02 which has to make a nice ending to the lifeline, story or whatever you want to call it of the DT02... :) I really hope they do it, but who knows... :)

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A word or two has been deleted from that line. The list is the same as several other forums and it should read:

* 1/10 R/C TRF201 Basic Version 【Tentative】

That ain't gonna be a re-release !

It's definitely a basic 201. Look further down the list and you'll see OP TRF201 Slipper Clutch Set 【Tentative] - as the TRF kit already comes with a slipper clutch this must be for a basic version.

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Its nice to see a new body is being released on the ff03 chassis. It makes a change from all the re-releases .

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Its nice to see a new body is being released on the ff03 chassis. It makes a change from all the re-releases .

honda_civic_type-r_racing_3.jpg

The new body is based on this car *drool*. Finally, something Honda FF that is current :)

trf417.png

Here is the new TRF417. credit to www.1188plus.net

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TRF502x from TKG26 posting @ another forum

About the Model

-Highly durable chassis consists of carbon fiber upper and lower decks and utilizes many aluminum

parts.

-Features an optimized weight distribution designed to match lightweight, block-shaped batteries.

-Shaft-driven 4WD system with the front-mid motor in a longitudinal position offers superb stability

and handling.

-Uses the TRF511’s proven suspension system.

-Kit also includes:

Front/Rear Carbon Fiber Damper Stays

Front/Rear Aluminum Suspension Mounts

Front/Rear Large Ball Differentials

Spur Gear with Built-In Slipper Clutch

Aeration Dampers

Front/Rear Universal Propeller Shafts

Full Ball Bearings

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That TRF417 looks very narrow!

And Shaft Drive on the new Offroad TRF... Interesting :P I assume that this is because of the advantages it gives with closing the drivetrain, but we will see... Now the question will be... Will they keep the TRF511 in production as well, or will they discontinue it? ;) (Because it seems such an essential aspect on a car that it may make the difference for a racer to step to the competition or not).

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Oooh, TRF417... Nice.

- James

I'm excited for this too. We'll see if Tamiya actually admits that there is such a thing as lipo batteries now (instead of calling them "mainstream high-output batteries".)...

Seriously: http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/item.php?product-id=42182

I do gotta say thumbs down to the Euro Civic Type-R. I love Honda's but that is the ugliest car they ever produced. ;)

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I'm excited for this too. We'll see if Tamiya actually admits that there is such a thing as lipo batteries now (instead of calling them "mainstream high-output batteries".)...

Yes that was one disappointing thing about the 416X. That LiPo upgrade is expensive.

I do gotta say thumbs down to the Euro Civic Type-R. I love Honda's but that is the ugliest car they ever produced. ;)

Agreed. The JDM Civic Type R FD2 sedan is a harder, faster, better looking car than the ugly Euro Civic Type R FN2 hatch. Not only that, the ugly FN2 hatch loses the independent rear suspension from other Civics, it now has cheaper torsion beam. And the JDM car has the proper K20A from the CL7 Accord Euro Type R, the Euro one has a lower spec engine.

- James

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