14080-Motocycles-1/12 Yamaha XV1600 Roadster
[About Yamaha XV1600 Roadster] Yamaha's top-of-the-line American model released in 1999 is the XV1600 Roadster. The air-cooled V-twin engine, which boasts the world's largest displacement of 1600cc, is beautifully finished and has a large displacement. It has been tuned to create a unique pulsating feeling. In addition to the dignified form, even the finest parts are finished like crafts.
[About the model] ● Yamaha's finest American model XV1600 Roadster is an assembled model reproduced on a 1/12 scale. ● Overall length 208 mm, overall width 89 mm, overall height 100 mm. ● Fully modeled low and long form full of volume. ● Attention The air-cooled V-twin engine is precisely reproduced from each cooling fin to the ignition plug of each cylinder and the carburetor. ● Two types of plated parts, glossy and matte, enhance the finish texture. ● Brake line, The clutch wire etc. are represented by vinyl pipes. ● The tank side emblem is made of plated parts, and you can choose between two types, the Japanese / American specification "RoadStar" and the European specification "WildStar". Reproduced with. ● With transparent display stand.
Picture# 2: The stately low and long form styling is modeled with a three-dimensional effect. Two types of striped decals for the tank and fender are prepared according to the body color, and a transparent stand that is convenient for the display is also set.
Picture# 3: The air-cooled V-twin engine, which boasts the largest displacement of the commercial model, is reproduced with plenty of volume.
Picture# 4: The cooling fins peculiar to the air-cooled engine and the two spark plugs are also precisely finished. The brake line, clutch wire, etc. are represented by vinyl pipes
Picture# 5: The spoke wheels that show a delicate look can be easily assembled by devising parts division. The newly designed solid rubber tires also have a textured finish.
Picture# 6: The link-type monochrome rear suspension with the damper mounted on the underside of the frame is also realistically reproduced.