About the Mercedes-Benz C11
The Mercedes-Benz C11 is a Group C prototype race car introduced for the 1990 World Sports-Prototype Championship. Built by Sauber as a successor to the Sauber C9, the C11 used the same Mercedes-Benz M119 5.0L twin turbo V8. It was the first time that Mercedes-Benz chose to put their name on the car, instead of simply using Sauber.
• 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 490mm, width: 206mm, height: 110mm.
• Body and large rear wing are made from 1mm thick polycarbonate.
• Composite chassis features ABS resin bathtub with front and rear space frames and FRP plates.
• Direct drive 2WD chassis transmits motor power directly to spur gear.
• 3-point suspension setup places the rear gearbox on a CVA oil-dampened T-bar. Ground clearance is adjustable (front: 2 settings, rear: 3 settings) according to running surfaces.
• Features ball differential and high-grip foam sponge tires.
• RS-540 Sport Tuned Motor included.
• Requires: 2-channel radio, steering servo, ESC, 7.2volt battery with charger, and Tamiya PS paint.