Chevrolet K5 Blazer RTR Orange 1/24th Scale
Every automaker has several incredible legendary models. In the SUV segment, Ford has the Mustang and Jeep has the CJ. For GM, that car is the K5 BLAZER.
In 1969, Chevrolet's first-generation K5 Blazer cane out. It was the representative of the famous Chevrolet C/K series and was the most compact full-size SUV on the market at the time. The vehicle is positioned as a full-size sport utility vehicle and is also GM's smallest full-size SUV. It combines Scout's excellent off-road capability with an automatic transmission, which reduces the difficulty of operation and enhances the pleasure of operation. Even people without off-road driving experience can easily drive this car. More people can experience the joy of adventure and long-distance travel to unknown destinations. In addition, it is also the first to carry on-board air conditioning, a "luxury"feature that was especially popular among young people. By 1970, the Blazer was outselling every one of its competitors.
In terms of appearance, the Chevrolet K5 Blazer has incredibly obvious American pickup characteristics. Only a four-wheel drive version was initially available, equipped with 250ci,292ci inline six-cylinder engines (4.1L, 4.8L) or 307ci, 350ci V8 engines (5.0L,5.7L),respectively matching three-speed manual transmission, four-speed manual transmission, and three-sped automatic transmission, according to the engine displacement.
In 23 years of production, the Chevrolet K5 Blazer has continued to evolve and has remained one of the most popular 4x4 utility trucks in America.
This remote-control simulation model FMS FCX24 Chevrolet K5 Blazer,licensed by General Motors LLC, maximizes its static and dynamic value in one compact package. In addition to the electroplated front and rear bumpers and grille, special electroplated stickers are innovatively used to restore the chrome-plated lines on the sides of the car body. Both a rear roof and a roll cage (including dome lights) are packaged in the box - removing the rear roof, you get a pickup. An SUV or a pickup, whichever way you like it.
Using the FCX24 chassis, equipped with 130 motor and two-speed mechanical transmission-which can be switched using the third channel on the remote control, the low gear reduction ratio is 99:1,providing strong torque output,easy for extreme climbing, while the high gear reduction ratio is 25:1, with a speed higher than that of all similar products on the market. In addition to enjoying the charm of mechanical shifting, you can also combine a variety of gameplay to experience different control pleasures under various terrain conditions.
The portal axles are another important feature of the FCX24. The chassis gets increased minimum ground clearance through the portal axle, so it has far better off-road passability than the products of the same size on the market. This advantage is especially obvious when climbing extreme obstacles at low speed.
At present, a variety of upgraded and modified parts such as metal link rods, metal differential, metal universal joint drive shaft, metal gears, and brass wheel counterweights, etc. have been launched to match the FCX24 chassis. In addition to further improving the performance of the vehicle, these parts also provide a variety of personalized options, with only one purpose: that is, we hope every player can enjoy him or herself to the full. We look forward to seeing what you do with yours!
- READY TO RUN MODEL
- TWO-SPEED TRANSMISSION
- REMOTE CONTROL LIGHTING SYSTEM
- PORTAL AXLE（METAL GEAR）
- METAL GEARS STEERING SERVO
- FOUR LINK SUSPENSION
- HIGH STRENGTH INTEGRATED NYLON FRAME
- RAPID SEPARATION CAR BODY
- PAINTED BODY
- OPTIONAL MODIFICATION PARTS，LIKE GRILLE，FRONT BUMPER，ROOFTOP RACK
What's in the Box
- 1 x 1:24 FCX24 K5 BLAZER
- 1 x 2.4GHz Radio
- 1 x 2-in-1 Receiver / ESC (installed)
- 1 x 130 Brushed Motor (installed)
- 1 x 3-wire 9g Plastic Digital Servo (installed)
- 1 x 3-wire 13g Metal Servo (installed)
- 1 x 7.4V 380 mAh Battery
- 1 x USB Battery Charger
- 1 x Hex Wrench Socket
- 1 x Product Manual
Needed to Complete
AAA Batteries for Radio