94899 (Red SP)
95009 (CRed SP)
95219 (COrange SP)
|Series|| Racing Mini 4WD|
Mini 4WD PRO (Red SP)
|Chassis(s)|| VS Chassis|
MS Chassis (Red SP)
AR Chassis (CRed SP)
|Release Date|| November 26, 2011|
November 17, 2012 (Red SP)
March 15, 2014 (CRed SP)
July 2015 (COrange SP)
General info Edit
Being designed as the rival machine to the Rising Edge, the Slash Reaper featuring the fully-cowled, aggressive body design that was inspired by a sickle. Part of the chassis has holes opened to not only reduces weight but also dissipate heats from the batteries and motor.
Slash Reaper Edit
The standard model features gun metal gray body color with orange and silver highlights.
It was equipped with the red large diameter 6-spoke Manta Ray-type wheels paired with the black Avante-type tires. The chassis frame and the A parts were molded in black.
Red Special Edit
The limited Red Special features the red body color, with orange and silver highlight and blue canopy. The Red Special model is the only variant that was released under the Mini 4WD PRO lineup.
It was equipped with the carbon-mixed nylon, large diameter 4-spoke MS II wheels paired with the red Avante-type slick tires. It was equipped with the N-02 and T-01 units, as well as the lightweight center parts. It was equipped with the black 16 mm lightweight plastic rollers. The nose, center, tail unit and the A parts were molded in red.
Clear Red Special Edit
The limited Clear Red Special features the clear red body color, with orange and silver highlight and red canopy.
It was equipped with the red plated, large diameter 4-spoke MS II wheels paired with the gray Avante-type slick tires. The chassis frame and the A parts of its AR Chassis were molded in white and light gray respectively.
Clear Orange Special Edit
The event-exclusive Clear Orange Special features the clear pale orange body color. Body decal is the same as the standard model.
It was equipped with the black large-diameter 6-spoke Manta Ray-type wheels paired with the orange Avante-type tires. The chassis frame and the A parts were molded in white.
About the manga artists Edit
Eiichi Shimizu (Japanese: 清水 栄一, Shimizu Eiichi, February 7th, 1978 -) and Tomohiro Shimoguchi (Japanese: 下口 智裕, Shimoguchi Tomohiro, April 27th 1978 -) are the manga artist duo, with Shimizu work as the mechanic designer and drawing mechanics, while Shimoguchi work as the character design and drawing characters and others.
They made their debut with the robot manga series Linebarrels of Iron, which serialized on Akira Shoten's Champion RED magazine from February 2005 to June 2015. It received a TV anime adaptation made by Gonzo, which was aired from October 3rd, 2008 to March 20th, 2009.
Currently, the manga duo are currently serializing ULTRAMAN (based on the tokusatsu franchise by Tsuburaya Productions) on Shogakukan's Monthly Heroes magazine and Getter Robo Devolution (based on the manga series by the late Ken Ishikawa) on Akira Shoten's Bessatsu Shounen Champion magazine.
Technical info Edit
Color: Gun Metal
Clear Red Special
Color: Clear Red
Clear Orange Special
Color: Clear Orange
- The bodyshell of Slash Reaper can be attach to MS Chassis, AR Chassis and Super-II Chassis without any modification.
See also Edit
Tamiya Japan Edit
- Slash Reaper on Tamiya Japan
- Slash Reaper Red Special on Tamiya Japan
- Slash Reaper Clear Red Special on Tamiya Japan
Tamiya America Edit
- Slash Reaper on Tamiya America
- Slash Reaper Red Special on Tamiya America
- Slash Reaper Clear Red Special on Tamiya America
- Slash Reaper Clear Orange Special on Tamiya America