**THERE IS NO CHARGER INCLUDED WITH THIS VEHICLE**
They used to live in the shadows, meeting on deserted streets and racing for pink slips or simply pride. That was until a series of Hollywood blockbusters introduced millions to their world of modified mayhem. They’re called tuners. Part grease monkey, part computer hacker, these individuals excel at taking relatively mild mannered import cars and transforming them into nitrous-breathing, turbo-boosted street brawlers. And in the tuner world, few cars are as sought after as the Nissan Silvia. Its stealthy lines and stock 240+ hp engine give a hardcore tuner plenty to work with.
Experience the excitement of street racing with this outstanding, ready-to-run replica of the Nissan® Silvia® (S15). It comes with an officially licensed body in place. Underneath the body is a versatile Vaterra® V100-C chassis with a built-in front splitter and rear diffuser, just like those on many full-scale tuning cars.
The V100-C chassis gives you a balanced, neutral handling car. Its built-in front splitter and rear diffuser match the look of those used on many full-scale tuner and time attack cars. It also features universal body mounts that are compatible with most other 1/10-scale bodies.
This fantastic looking body comes mounted on the chassis and features all kinds of details like side view mirrors, chrome exhausts and headlight buckets. An accurately modeled racing wing and dive planes that you can attach or leave off are also included.
The shaft-driven 4WD delivers excellent traction on paved surfaces and superb drift control when sliding through corners at full throttle. The differentials are sealed against the elements and can be tuned for a variety of running conditions.
The low-profile tires and 54mm wheels are complemented by brake and caliper details on the hub. The rear tires have a little more meat than the fronts for better grip and a little more attitude.
The car is equipped with a waterproof receiver, speed control and steering servo for driving in the real world, because roads get wet and the weather is often less than perfect.