Item #: HPI100595
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FeaturesHPI’s all-new Cup Racer series of on-road electric radio control car kits combines amazing features and racing spec in true-to-scale one-tenth size, dubbed 'True Ten' design! With the HPI True Ten performance chassis, enthusiasts have the opportunity to experience the joy of owning a super-realistic representation of some of the most legendary sports cars ever made.
The concept behind the Cup Racer and True Ten scale is simple: to make the best-looking, most realistic radio control car models available. In order to make this vision turn into a reality, the HPI body production department teamed up with top-level car designers to put together the True Ten look; which authentically reproduces actual cars in a way that makes them look exactly like the full-scale version. Every body line and curve from the real car is represented in the HPI replicated crash-resistant body shell. Every door line, trunk and side skirt is represented exactly as it appears on the real car. There are even reproductions of the actual windscreen wipers, bumpers, exhaust systems and mirrors, allowing the HPI True Ten series to deliver the utmost in scale car driving!
Experienced RC racers will be able to take one look at the HPI Cup Racer chassis and see for themselves the performance potential of this all-new chassis! A huge array of tuning adjustments is possible using the standard kit parts. The HPI Cup Racer kit features full-time 4WD, a super-stiff chassis, oil-filled shocks and inboard front shocks, plus as the ability to independently adjust suspension settings such as caster, camber, track width, roll center, wheelbase, anti-dive, anti-squat, droop and much more! If you like your cars to drive as well as they look; the Cup Racer is for you!
To get your HPI Cup Racer to the track or the streets, you will need a 2 or 3-Channel Radio Control System, Electronic Speed Control, Motor, 7.2V Battery, Quick Charger, and Tamiya R/C lexan paint - please see the required components. For those seeking longer run times, you can upgrade to one of the higher rated batteries found under our optional components.
Q & A
QUESTION: How long does it take to build? by None N 8/15/2012
STAFF ANSWER: Built to completion, this kit could take anywhere from 10-20 hours. by eHobbies C 10/17/2012