Vaterra Nissan Silvia S15 4WD 1:10 RTR - only £99 @ Wirelessmadness
Vaterra Nissan Silvia S15 4WD 1:10 RTR  - only £99 @ Wirelessmadness

Vaterra Nissan Silvia S15 4WD 1:10 RTR - only £99 @ Wirelessmadness

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1:10 RTR onroad car, £149 everywhere else, was a £200 model at launch. Nice detailed body. like Tamiya's, but club level quality unlike Tamiya's! Hex head screws etc.

Kit comes with spektrum 2.4g TX/Rx and 15t brushed motor, esc and battery. Should be pretty quick, as well as being LiPo ready there's a brushless version so there's a good upgrade path for this one should you need more speed.


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Versatile, neutral handling V100-C chassis
Officially licensed Nissan Silvia (S15) body
Shaft-driven 4WD with sealed differentials
Low-profile tires on large-diameter 54mm wheels
Front splitter and rear diffuser
Brake disc and calliper details
Potent Dynamite® power system
Spektrum DX2E 2.4GHz radio system with batteries
Waterproof ESC, receiver and steering servo
Dynamite 15-turn brushed motor
Includes Dynamite 7.2V 1800mAh Ni-MH battery
Includes Dynamite 2.0A Ni-MH AC peak charger
Includes optional racing wing and front dive planes
Drivetrain - 4WD
Body - Polycarbonate Painted
Radio - Spektrum DX2E 2 Channel
Motor Type – 540 15T Brushed
Battery - 1800mAh Ni-Mh 6-cell Flat with EC3
Charger - 2A NiMh AC Peak Charger
Ground Clearance - 0.2" (6mm)
Height - 4.4" (112mm)
Length - 14.85" (371mm)
Width - 7.76" (194mm)
Wheelbase - 10.25" (256mm)
Weight - 3 lbs (14oz)

In the Box
Vaterra Nissan Silvia S15 V100-C 1/10 RTR RC Touring Car
Spektrum DX2E 2.4GHz Radio System
Dynamite SpeedPack 1800mAh NiMH Battery
AC NiMh 2A Mains Charger
4AA Batteries for the Transmitter

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Nothing at all, Everything is in the box

Edited by: "capriboycraig" 9th Dec 2014

Looks good for the money, the detail on that shell is awesome and Spektrum radios are a lot better than what you usually get with a ready to run deal.

A bit of background info. Although Vaterra isnt a particularly well known RC brand like Tamiya or HPI, it is actually distributed by horizonhobby.co.uk who are massive distributors in Europe, so parts should be ok going forward.

Edited by: "grayslick" 9th Dec 2014



parts should be ok going forward.

What about going backward?

Its better to get one on lease


What about going backward?

You read the Guardian oO



You read the Guardian oO

With that horrible typeface, I couldn't even if I wanted to...

Quite a nice bit of kit, was looking at the GTR bodyshell and that looks mighty fine too.
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