It is projected to become available for order this April. It’s ladder frame chassis features aluminum side channels with resin cross members and is equipped with a suspension utilizing metal leaf springs and friction dampers. A front-mounted motor and 3-speed transmission power the two rear wheel axles, which are fitted with built-in differentials.
ITEM# 56357 $848.00
Please be advised when choosing a radio for your Tamiya Semi, you will 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 a Tamiya MFU on your semi, please only use an Analog radio. Digital trim radios “WILL NOT” work with Tamiya MFU units.
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