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    Associated SR7 Hoonigan RTR

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    Team Associated is thrilled to rejoin forces with Hoonigan, presenting their renowned Hoonicorn in an impressive 1:7 scale radio control version. Crafted from scratch by our in-house Area 51 Design Works engineers, the Team Associated SR7 chassis stands as our most substantial and potent RC car to date, making it the ideal platform for the Hoonicorn's tire-scorching performances!
     
    The list of specs includes: 
     
    Chassis: 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn (AWD)
    Engine: Roush Yates Ford V8 equipped with Garrett Twin Turbos
    Power Output: 1400hp and 1250ft-lb Torque
    Transmission: SADEV Sequential featuring paddle shifters
    Wheels: American Racing VF503
    Tires: Toyo Proxes R888R
     

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    32 minutes ago, Alex97 said:

    1400bhp out of an RC! 

     

     

     

    I don't know why Associated quote the full specs. :lol:

     

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    46 minutes ago, Nick said:

     

    I don't know why Associated quote the full specs. :lol:

     

    You mean it won't have a v8 in it? 

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    I have a feeling it might be the ZD version as they made a "unofficial" Hoonicorn I think and Associated just put some official stickers on it.

     

    I'd still pick the Infraction or Felony over this, even more so if it is just a rebadged ZD.

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