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RC4WD Tamiya Upgrades

RC4WD Metal Accessory Set for Tamiya Hilux & Bruiser

New from RC4WD is a Complete Metal Accessory Set for the Tamiya Hilux and Bruiser. The set can help give your Tamiya some serious scale realism and a tough new look. Included in the set are bumpers, sliders, and a very trick looking rollbar. The set is available in black or silver and is made from hand welded, heavy duty [...]


RC4WD Steel Tube Front Bumper Tamiya Hilux Bruiser

RC4WD Steel Tube Front Bumper for Tamiya Hilux & Bruiser

Add scale realism to your Tamiya Hilux or Bruiser with a new Steel Tube Front Bumper from RC4WD. These are indeed made out of real steel and come in either chrome or black. Both versions are hand welded and come with corrosion resistant coatings. Width- 8.03″ Height- 2.26″ Weight- 9.56oz The silver version has a part number of #VVV-C0111 and is street priced at [...]


RC4WDUltra Scale Hardened Steel Driveshaft set for Tamiya Bruiser

RC4WD Ultra Scale Hardened Steel Driveshaft set for Tamiya B…

RC4WD has a sweet new Hardened Steel Driveshaft Set for all you Tamiya Bruiser owners. The driveshafts are made from hardened steel to be extra tough and they were designed to look just like their full scale counterparts. * Weight- 2.75oz * Shaft end hole size- .2″ * Shaft outer diameter- .3″ * Short shaft travel distance- 3.15″-3.74″ * Long shaft travel distance- 5.11″-5.7″ The part [...]


New Tamiya Releases

To be unveiled at the Nuremburg toy fair in a matter of hours, Tamiya have got a whole host of new vehicles to keep with current trends on the market. Theres the usual pile of updated re-releases, a couple of limited edition kits and a heap of new hopups. Here are some noteworthy releases.   1/12 Nissan Titan a DT-02 2wd chassis is [...]


Tamiya Bruiser

Tamiya Toyota 4×4 Bruiser on the Comeback Trail

If you didn’t get to experience the Tamiya Bruiser, well it looks like you are about to get another chance. The original Tamiya Toyota Bruiser was released in 1985, and die-hard fans have been begging for a re-release to go along with the treatment a lot of the other Tamiya vehicles are getting. The original chassis design is kept with [...]