Saw this car at a place where I regularly do business and since it was a nice looking Porsche 997, I bought one. Now this is not an inexpensive car (what is anymore), but I was a bit surprised at what I got.
The car has a very light body, similar to an SCX pro 997 I bought a few years back. The glass does not appear molded in with the body as it is quite light. The body also has bits attached to it such as a very sturdy wing and rather cheap looking front parking lights and regular headlight and taillight inserts. The interior is a black, unpainted driver with a blue helmet. The logos almost appear to be decals as the ones over the front radiator exhaust area split when pushed down into the grooves.
Chassis is that flat inline type used on their DP cars and some more recent releases with the usual gears, wheels and axles. Two small bar magnets which provide a lot of attraction and are easy to remove with the rear one requiring the removal of the axle assembly to do so. I slipped on some silicones, fluffed out the braid
and it ran with no issues.
Now, the advert stated an 18K motor, but I have to think it is 15 or 16 K as it is not fast. It is also very noisy, this probably due to the body. 18K motored Flyslot cars with this chassis will turn laps on my track at about 21 seconds. This one could do no better than 23.5. Visually, the motor looks just like their standard 18k version.
Did I get a pooch motor, or is this a series of low powered cars?