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Beams Integra
BeamsIntegra
No. 19708 (Kit)
15312 (Body kit)
Series R/C Mini 4WD
Chassis(s) TR-1 Chassis
Release Date September 25, 2002 (Body Kit)
November 26, 2002 (Kit)
The Beams Integra (Japanese: ビームスインテグラ, Bīmusu Integura) is a R/C Mini 4WD car released by Tamiya on November 26, 2002.

It was based Beams Racing's own 4th-generation Honda Integra Type-R endurance race car that was used in the Super Taikyu Series.

General info Edit

The Integra features the coupe body design, with a GT-styled rear spoiler on the rear. Various sponsors can be found on the bodyshell, they are: Tochigi Fuji Sangyo (Now GKN Driveline Torque Technology KK), Mugen, Yokohama and Beams. It was colored in white.

It comes with the white, small-diameter 6-spoke RC-type wheels with high-profile tires.

About the real-life vehicle the Mini 4WD car is based on Edit

The Beams Integra is a modified Honda Integra Type-R used by the Beams Racing Team in the 2001 Super Taikyu Series of endurance race championship.

As with the road-legal car, the Integra has a modified K20 series inline-4 DOHC engine, mated to an unspecified manual gearbox which sends the power to the front wheels. It has the MacPherson struts on the front and trailing arm type suspension on the rear.

Technical info Edit

Variant Body Chassis Wheels Tires Motor Dimensions Gear

Standard
(19708)

Color: White
Material: PS

Type: TR-1
Frame: Black, ABS
A parts: Black, ABS

Size: Small
Type: RC-Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Squared
Color: White
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: Radial Slick
Color: Black
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 166
Width: 79
Height: 46

5:1

See also Edit

Honda cars Edit

R/C Mini 4WD series
2000 Subaru Impreza WRC 2002 · Peugeot 206 WRC · Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII WRC · ZENT Tom's Supra · Calsonic Skyline GTR-2002 · Raybrig NSX 2002 · Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe Flatnose · Beams Integra · Nissan 350Z · Lindwurm-Rider · Cobalt-Gunner
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