Tamiya to release Honda CBR1000RR-R scale model


For $ 28,500 (P 1.44 million) you can come home with a brand new Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP. Launched in 2019, the circuit-oriented CBR1000RR-R made its mark on the world racing scene with its 217.5 hp 4-cylinder engine and state-of-the-art electronics. The new Fireblade SP has been made even sharper in terms of handling and performance.

But if you’re a mere mortal like yours, you might as well just unbox a plastic model of this MotoGP-derived sports bike, patiently glue it all together, and then set it up on a table next to your bed. in you constantly dreaming of performing your fastest lap in your sleep.

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With the actual version (offered as a 2021 model) slated for worldwide release in June 2020, Tamiya says the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade 1/12 scale motorcycle series will hit hobby stores a month later. .

Building this scale model could be a real challenge for hobbyists as it is a very detailed representation of the real bike. It almost feels real as the engine, swingarm, front fork and muffler (with Akrapovic branding) are screwed to the model frame, while the side and bottom cowl can be removed after assembly is complete. It also comes with two tagging options and an enclosure stand.

Rated in Japan at 4,400 (2,000P), this scale model set includes paint masks, plastic parts, rubber parts, waterslide decals, and building instructions. Some hobby stores are already accepting orders.

MECQ, bring him.

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