The Anatomy of a legendary machine with the latest mold]
The ultimate six-cylinder engine-equipped machine, developed by Honda in order to conquer the World Road Race GP 250cc class in 1966, is the RC166. This four-stroke engine with an elaborate mechanism called DOHC 4 valve is an ultra-high rotation type that generates at maximum 18000 rpm with over 60 horsepower, and the overwhelming victory over all 10 races competed by great Mike Hailwood riding It was a great success, winning both rider and manufacturer titles in 1966. In addition, it became one of the leading players in all five classes in Honda's World Road Race Grand Prix this year. This legendary machine that has recorded is revived in 1/12 scale, making full use of the latest mold technology.
【About the model】
● 1/12 scale plastic model assembly kit
● Length: 166 mm, Width: 43 mm
● Wheels are made of matte plated ABS resin that consists of rims and spokes that show delicate expression with separate parts. The parallel six-cylinder engine fully models the shape of the deep cooling fins carved by laminating parts.
● The cowling showing a slim form is a one-piece integral part with a delicate line
● The tire is 60's Solid rubber that realistically reproduces the triangular cross-sectional shape that is the feature
● The air duct of the drum brake, the cowl snap, the chain slider is the etched part, and the rivet is represented by the inlet mark.