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"TAMIYA Masterwork Collection" Finished Model, Bike
TAMIYA - Finished Bike Model
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1/12 MotoGP "Honda RC166 Grand Prix Racer #8"(Finished Model)

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TMY-21086-d*
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.86
6-Cylinder Legend Hondas legendary racing bike, the RC166, was developed to win the World Road Race Championship in 1966. The bike featured a 250cc 4-stroke 6-cylinder DOHC 4-valve engine which thumped out an impressive 60ps/18,000rpm.

1/12 Bike "Kawasaki ZX-14 Metallic Flat Spark Black" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.85

1/12 Bike "Kawasaki ZX-14 Pearl Crystal White" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.84

1/12 Bike "Kawasaki ZZR1400 Candy Thunder Blue" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.83

1/12 Bike "Kawasaki ZZR1400 PEARL METEOR GRAY" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.82

1/12 MotoGP "Suzuki RGV-ƒ¡ (XR89) '99 #9" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.71
Suzuki's Revival in 1999
The Suzuki RGV-ƒ¡ made impressive results in the GP 500cc class at the 1999 World Road Race Championships by team riders Kenny Roberts, Jr. and Nobuatsu Aoki. The bike was powered by a V-type 4-cylinder engine cradled by an aluminum twin-tube frame.

1/12 MotoGP "SUZUKI RGB500 '80 TEAM GALLINA #21" (Finished Model)

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TMY-21070-d
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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.70

1/12 MotoGP "SUZUKI RGB500 '80 TEAM GALLINA #21" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.69

1/12 MotoGP "SUZUKI RGB500 '80 #10" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.68

1/12 MotoGP "Kawasaki Ninja ZX-RR '06 #56" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.66

2006 Green Machine
After an absence of 20 years, Kawasaki returned to MotoGP as a works team in 2003 with their first racing bike with a 4-stroke engine, the ZX-RR. The 2003 racing season proved difficult, but 2004 saw the arrival of Japanese rider Shinya Nakano and a lot of development progress was made.