Tamiya Mitsubishi Racing Lancer kit with 78 & 75T tooth spur gears, 29 & 32 tooth pinion gears, motor, body with decals, instruction manual and ESC.
Tamiya 1/10 R/C assembly kit of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X. The DF-01 Suspension system has plenty of suspension stroke allowing dynamic driving on both on-road and off-road surfaces. Rally tires included.
Shaft driven 4WD chassis with horizontally mounted motor. Features the proven DF-01 drive train with front and rear ball differentials. CVA Damper Super Mini for front and rear suspensions. 2 types of rear suspension arms allow wheelbase adjustment, enabling the fitting of 251mm and 257mm wheelbase bodies. Upper arms feature threaded shafts enabling camber angle adjustments. ESC TEU-101BK and type 540 motor included. The kit includes two spur gears (78T, 75T) and two pinion gears (29T, 32T) providing you with a choice of 4-gear ratios: 8.22:1, 7.90:1, 7.45:1, 7.16:1.
The first Lancer Evo, manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors, was released in 1992 for the Japanese market. Unexpectedly, the car became desired in other countries and was released to the United Kingdom and various European markets. In 2003, Mitsubishi began exporting the Evo VIII to the United States due to the American interest in similar cars such as the Subaru Impreza WRX.
Since the initial release of the Evolution I in 1992, Mitsubishi has released ten versions of the vehicle. The tenth generation Mitsubishi AWD sports car, the Lancer Evolution X, was released in Japan in October 2007. In 2008, the Lancer was approved by the FIA as a "Group-N" vehicle, which requires more than 1,000 units with four seats to be produced in a year. Since its development, the Lancer has become a highly competitive rally race car and earned the respect of many.