Tamiya announced that the new option parts of T3-01 are coming soon. The first one is an aluminum servo arm set that replaces the standard item for a more durable, precise and rigid one. The kit includes a large hardware set. In addition to improving the strength of the steering system and improving accuracy, it is also possible to increase the steering amount. It realizes smoother cornering. The second one is an FRP support arm kit that replaces the standard molded plastic item. Using the fiberglass part will provide greater durability and rigidity, Lightweight, high strength 2 mm thick FRP support arm makes the raising movement even more reliable.

Let’s check out it now!

54858_1Aluminum Servo Arm#54858

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FRP Support Arm#54859

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Tamiya T3-01 Dancing Rider Trike Car Kit EP #57405

Video Credit: TAMITAINC @YouTube Channel

This radio control model replicates delivery trikes widely seen making deliveries in Japan. When the model turns, the 3-wheel chassis “lean” into the corner much like their full-size counterparts. The 3-wheel chassis features the motor in the rear section, with the battery in the front. The two sections are linked in the middle, and a steering servo leans the entire front section left and right to effect turns. Furthermore, support arms are linked to the steering servo and help to right the model if it happens to tip over.

Quick Features

  • This is an R/C model assembly kit.
  • The brand new 3-wheel chassis features the motor in the rear section, with the battery in the front. The two sections are linked in the middle, and a steering servo leans the entire front section left and right to effect turns.
  • Support arms are linked to the steering servo, and help to automatically right the model if it happens to tip over.
  • And more…

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