The Ferrari 458 Challenge is a circuit car which made its debut in 2009. Based on the 458 Italia, it is seen as the successor to the F430. Its 4,500cc displacement engine produces 570ps at 9,000rpm. For the final, classy touch the interior of the original car was designed with input from Michael Schumacher.
This exciting machine is built on the newly-designed TT-02 chassis.
A whole world of possibilities awaits those who use the new shaft driven 4WD TT-02 chassis. Not just limited to on-road driving, theTT-02 can be customised simply to make it a rally or buggy model. Like its forerunner the popular TT-01 chassis, drivers can choose between 2 wheelbase lengths; but the TT-02 goes further: there are 2 ground clearance and 2 tread settings which can be applied depending on the type of body and road surface being used. A wide range of option parts will be available to ensure high-performance running whether on or off-road.
1/10 scale R/C assembly kit chassis
Choose between 257mm or 251mm wheelbase
Ground clearance can be raised 4mm by changing upright assembly, making the TT-02 into a rally set-up
Comes with Type 380 motor-compatible motor mount, and can be used with 10 different gear ratio settings
Can be used with square-shaped batteries such as the LF3700-6.6V Racing Pack
Fully-enclosed front and rear gearboxes are fitted with 4-bevel differential gears
Bathtub-type frame features skid-shaped underside to reduce contact with the track surface during cornering
Customisable chassis offers drivers the chance to completely personalise their model from wheelbase length to body design
The 4-wheel independent double wishbone suspension features friction dampers and uses identical L/R suspension arms and uprights for ease of assembly and maintenance
Both the motor and the battery are longitudinally-placed in the ABS resin body for excellent balance
70T spur gear and 22T pinion gear fitted as standard
Brake disc-shaped wheel hubs further add to the chassis' highly realistic appearance
TEU-105BK forwards and reverse Electronic Speed Control (ESC)