You’ve probably seen Ken Block’s 1400HP Hoonicorn Ford Mustang race a few cars before, but now, you can own a miniature version of it. That’s right, Team Associated managed to recreate a 1:10 scale version of the car on its Apex2 R/C chassis. It measures 18 inches long (458 mm) and 7.87 in. (200 mm) wide, making it small enough to easily transport.
Priced from $579.99 USD, it features sealed front / rear gear differentials, full-metal ball bearings, steel drive axles, adjustable shock mounting locations, rear independent suspension, a sealed driveline, oil-filled shocks, metal ring & pinion gears, a 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn body, and officially licensed American Racing VF503 wheels. Power comes from a Reedy Sport 550 15-turn 3-slot brushed motor that draws power from the optional Reedy 7.4V 2S battery.
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The 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR V2 (HvW2 spec) builds upon where the original Hoonicorn left off. Taking the car that starred in Gymkhana SEVEN, the team modified the 410 cubic inch Roush Yates Ford V8 heart of the Hoonicorn to now feature a custom twin turbo setup from Garrett that feeds the boost through a custom Sitzer Dynamics intake manifold,” said the company.