If you want to get started with radio control cars, this is the one!
First Mini-Z is perfect for those who want to start.
First Mini-Z is differentiated from ordinary toy R/C models by focusing on three key features like "real drive mechanism," "mode switch," and "time attack at mode," so that all who control it can enjoy the real thrill of radio control cars.The chassis itself is equipped with front and rear suspension to absorb shocks and rubber tires to grip the road surface, which together with the "New Real Drive Mechanism" with full-functioning front, rear, left and right, promise stable driving. Why not start a fun of R/C with First Mini-Z, which is ideal as your first car or as a step up from toy R/C?
*This item is a Kyosho "Egg" product and is not rebuildable, there are no spare parts available separately.*
Point 1 New Real Drive Mechanism - Experience the joy of driving
New realistic drive mechanism with full-function front/rear/left/right. Turning the steering wheel slightly will make the car turn a little, and turning it a lot will make it turn more. Similarly, pulling the throttle trigger on the controller will allow the car to drive at low speeds and high speeds, allowing the driver to experience the fun of driving.
Point 2 Mode Switching - Two speeds can be switched at the touch of a button.
The controller switch allows one-touch switching between training mode (Low) at 7 km/h and race mode (High) at 10 km/h. Training mode is recommended for slow and deliberate driving and for practice controls. Switch to racing mode and enjoy high-speed driving when ready.
Point 3 Time attack at mode - Digital controller with stopwatch to time your laps
Included is the industry's first controller with a stopwatch function (capable of measuring up to 99.99 seconds). In addition, 6 mini pylons are included in the package, so you can enjoy time attack by creating a track in your house, and also enjoy racing with friends as it uses 2.4GHz radio that allow up to 12 cars to run at the same time.
Front LED Light turns on when driving
Japan's world-famous supercar "GT-R". Its voluminous form has an overwhelming presence even in the first Mini-Z.