RC10T Team Kit

From the #7035 Team Truck manual:

Team Associated's RC10 2WD car has won three IFMAR World Championships, including the 1991 race in Detroit, MI. For the IFMAR Worlds held in Australia, in 1989, we had developed a totally new transmission called the Stealth transmission. This Stealth tranny was also used in the '91 race in Detroit. At the 1990 ROAR Nationals in Livermore, CA, the RC10 finished 1st, 2nd, and 3rd using the Stealth transmission. Our latest RC10, the Team Car, after its release in 1991, has already won the '91 and '92 NORRCA Nationals and the 1993 ROAR Nationals. A bushing or bearing version of the Stealth transmission is now included as standard in all of our current off road kits.

We've used the same World Championship-winning design concepts to engineer a whole new vehicle, the RC10T Truck. With the truck now being out for over a year, Brian Kinwald used his RC10T to win both the 1991 & 1992 NORRCA Nationals against all the other newly marketed trucks. And Mark Pavidis won the 1992 ROAR Truck Nationals. In the truck, we used a few important parts from the Team Car. We used the best transmission in the world: the Stealth tranny. We also used the best shocks in the world, our new and improved hard anodized PTFE-coated race-winning shocks. Plus another of our speed secrets, our aluminum chassis, all from our Team Car. Our Team drivers have tested both the aluminum and graphite chassis extensively, and they've all learned that they're getting their best lap times wit the standard aluminum chassis.

With the release of our new Team Truck the average driver is now able to get a truck with all of the new parts our racers have been testing for us since the release of the truck.


  • New shock pistons
  • New heavy duty shock towers
  • Stealth Tranmission - the best!
  • New universal dogbone rear axles with new rear arm mounts and hub carriers
  • Lightweight one-piece front and rear wheels
  • high-bite, multi-surface wide front tires
  • Black anodized chassis
  • 30 deg. caster front carrier blocks
  • Heavy duty front and rear arms
  • Championship-winning, hard-anodized, PTFE-coated shocks
  • New, slightly narrower body