Fully-Cowled Mini 4WD Series No.42
Z Wingmagnum (AR Chassis)
Item No: 19442
Length: 155mm. Image shows assembled and painted kit.
Taking Over the Magnum Heritage
This plastic Mini 4WD model assembly kit depicts the Z Wingmagnum, the racer used by hero Tsubasa in the all-new Japanese Mini 4WD sequel cartoon "Let's & Go!! Return Racers!!" The machine is based upon the massively popular Fully Cowled Mini 4WD Magnum series of cars, and features an oversized front cowling piece. Metallic stickers are included in the kit to create the titanium silver colored markings, plus their complementing Magnum-esque red and blue elements. Fluorescent green 5-spoke wheels are paired with 26mm low-profile tires.
The AR chassis is designed to offer its driver durability, customizability and ease of maintenance, all of which are vital ingredients for a successful Mini 4WD racer. Its aerodynamic form smoothly allows air to pass through the chassis interior as the machine runs, performing the vital function of cooling the batteries and motor and extending their effectiveness. The air intakes on the chassis and body are integrated for optimal performance. This high-speed racing chassis also features low-friction plastic bearings to ensure that any loss of power from the motor to the wheels is minimal in nature. The underpanel and diffuser can be removed from the model without taking off the body, while a low-friction rear skid bar is fitted to slash time loss experienced on tricky slope sections, and keep the racer on the track where it belongs. Features a 3.5:1 gear ratio.
Choose from 2 types of body!
The underside of the body features ribs, which mark out the grey-highlighted area shown in this image. Cutting along them to remove the highlighted area allows recreation of the Wingmagnum, a Formula racing style-machine with pointed nose section. *This body requires marking stickers included with Issue 1 of Coro Coro Aniki Issue 1, a magazine sold in Japan.
★Length: 155mm ★Width: 97mm ★Height: 43mm ★Motor included ★Snap-on easy assembly
Separately Required Items
★2x R6/AA/UM3 batteries
Check out the Magnum series cars back catalog!
Magnum Saber (September 1994)
Victory Magnum (September 1995)
Cyclone Magnum (September 1996)
Beat-Magnum (September 1997)
Lightning-Magnum (September 1999)
BisonMagnum (November 2007)
Information is current as of January 22, 2015. Specifications are subject to change without notice.