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The design was later reused on [[Super-1 Chassis]].
 
The design was later reused on [[Super-1 Chassis]].
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== Color ==
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=== Chassis frame ===
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* Gray - Common color for most Zero Chassis cars. First Equipped with [[Dash-0 Horizon]].
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* Black - First Equipped with [[Dash-0 Horizon|Dash-0 Horizon Special Kit]].
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=== A parts ===
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* Light warm gray - Common color for earlier batches for most Zero Chassis cars. First equipped with [[Dash-0 Horizon]].
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* Gray - Common color for later batches for most Zero Chassis cars.
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* Black - First Equipped with [[Dash-0 Horizon|Dash-0 Horizon Special Kit]].
   
 
== Technical info ==
 
== Technical info ==
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* Oddly, the Dash-0 Horizon bodyshell was originally designed for [[Type-3 Chassis]], but for some reason Tamiya switched to Zero Chassis. This results in some inconsistant gap between the body and chassis.
 
* Oddly, the Dash-0 Horizon bodyshell was originally designed for [[Type-3 Chassis]], but for some reason Tamiya switched to Zero Chassis. This results in some inconsistant gap between the body and chassis.
* Earlier Zero Chassis car batches has the subparts molded in different color (light warm gray) than the main chassis frame. This practice was dropped in later batches.
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* Earlier Zero Chassis car batches has the A parts molded in different color (light warm gray) than the main chassis frame. This practice was dropped in later batches.
 
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[[Category:Chassis]]
 
[[Category:Chassis]]

Latest revision as of 18:40, July 10, 2019

ZeroChassis

Zero Chassis

The Zero Chasssis (Japanese: ゼロシャーシ, Zero Shāshi) is a Mini 4WD chassis released by Tamiya in September 1990 with the release of Dash-0 Horizon.

General info Edit

The chassis has lower center of gravity due to its lower height, and it is lighter compared to other chassis at the time. The side-guard has now become optional (through tune-up parts), the gear cover was now attaches to motor case instead of the main chassis, and has the hard-point for the rear stay for further tuning.

Unfortunately, it suffers one problem: due to massive weight reduction, the chassis structure is weak and its front bumper, as a result, could break easily. Tamiya would release the FRP front bumper plates to fix this problem.

The design was later reused on Super-1 Chassis.

Color Edit

Chassis frame Edit

A parts Edit

  • Light warm gray - Common color for earlier batches for most Zero Chassis cars. First equipped with Dash-0 Horizon.
  • Gray - Common color for later batches for most Zero Chassis cars.
  • Black - First Equipped with Dash-0 Horizon Special Kit.

Technical info Edit

Chassis Data
Length 131 mm
Width 86 mm
Wheelbase 80 mm
Ground Clearance 5 mm (With large-diameter wheels)
Driveshaft Length 60 mm
Compatible Gear Set(s) 5:1
4.2:1
4:1
3.5:1 (Special Ratio Gearing only)
Roller Down Thrust Angle 0 (Earlier mold)
5 (Current revision)
Terminal Type Zero-type
Weight With batteries
109 g
Chassis Stats
Toughness 2 ZeroChassisStats
Acceleration 2.8
Cornering 3
Stability 2
Adaptability 3
Ease of Maintenance 3

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • It is the first chassis to be equipped with the 1.4 mm propeller shaft.
    • It is also the first chassis to have the newly designed, pink-colored helical crown gears.
  • Oddly, the Dash-0 Horizon bodyshell was originally designed for Type-3 Chassis, but for some reason Tamiya switched to Zero Chassis. This results in some inconsistant gap between the body and chassis.
  • Earlier Zero Chassis car batches has the A parts molded in different color (light warm gray) than the main chassis frame. This practice was dropped in later batches.
Chassis
Original series Origin · Comical · Wild · Cruiser · RV
Type series
(Racing/Truckin')
Type-1 · Type-2 · Type-3 · Type-4 · Zero · FM · Truckin' · Type-5
Super series
(Super/Mighty, Fully Cowled/Aero)
Super-1 · Super-FM · Super TZ · Super X · VS · Super TZ-X · Super XX · Super-II
Mini-F series Mini-F
R/C Mini 4WD TR-1
PRO/REV MS · AR · MA · FM-A · VZ
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