What is it?
Upon opening the box, I was immediately perplexed by the item in front of me. It seemed familiar, reminiscent of the Zim, an app-controlled device that I had encountered in the past. However, I had modified mine to be controlled via a regular transmitter instead. Upon closer inspection, it appeared that this new item had the same body and chassis as the Zim.
The Other End of the Scale
In stark contrast to the Zim, there was another option in the market from FMS. This particular device was a true scale model, boasting four-wheel drive functionality and even a high-low gear option. It was an expensive investment, but it seemed worth it with its realistic features such as functioning doors, movable steering wheel, and even opening doors.
A Licensed Product
As I examined the new item further, I noticed that it proudly claimed to be an officially licensed Suzuki Chimney. However, I couldn’t find any specific details about the licensing. Nevertheless, I realized that I had the white pro version, which was an upgraded variant of the base model. It even came with a smoke machine, adding to the overall scale realism.
Differences in Design
One noticeable difference between the new item and the Zim was the absence of opening doors in the former. As I carefully took it out of the box, I discovered the instructions and the battery box. Although it seemed that the battery box should not be removed, I couldn’t resist the temptation to inspect its contents. Inside, I found all the circuitry and a 600 milliamp-hour battery.
The Mysterious Components
As I unpack this standard version, I notice a range of intriguing components, each serving a purpose that is yet to be revealed. First, there is a 500 milliamp hour charger, accompanied by a USBC charger that I am meant to plug in. What will the outcome be once it is fully charged? Will it turn green, or simply switch off? The mystery deepens.
The Enigmatic Tools
Next, I come across an assortment of tools, leaving me in a state of perplexity. A wrench, some sticky pads, a banner wrench thing, a screwdriver, cable ties, and Allen Keys. How do they fit into the bigger picture? What purpose do they serve in this enigma that I am unraveling? I am filled with curiosity.
An Encounter with Alan
Ah, a familiar face appears – Alan. Alan, Alan, Alan. And there it is, the spare wheel for the back transmitter. But wait, my attention is drawn to the dip switches adorning the transmitter. What do they signify? Are they responsible for adjusting the ESC and the drag break? A puzzling mystery, indeed. I must examine this further.
The Perplexing Console
My eyes move towards the console, where I notice a series of buttons labeled A, B, C, and D. What is their purpose? What function do they serve within this confounding contraption? My mind races as I ponder their significance. And then there is another button, labeled “trim.” Could it possibly have a connection to a dual rate? I find myself in dire need of the instructions to decipher this perplexing puzzle.
An Unexpected Weight
Turning my attention to the main body of the device, I am struck by its weight. It feels heavy, substantial. What could be the reason behind this unexpected heft? Ah, there it is – suspension. But something feels amiss. The suspension seems a tad stiff. Could it loosen up over time, or is there another reason for its rigidity? The answers elude me.
Amidst the confusion and complexity, I stumble upon an unexpected delight. The interior of this device is a marvel in itself. A perfectly scaled replica, complete with a miniature yet intricate design. As the doors shut, it almost feels as if they are held together by an invisible force. Though I doubt they are magnetized, the sensation is uncanny. And there, a tiny hood stay, a detail so small yet so mesmerizing.
With each revelation, I find myself growing more engrossed in the mystery of this device. Each component, tool, and feature adds a layer of confusion and intrigue. As I continue to explore, I am left with one burning question: Someone, please explain why they did this? The answers lie within the intricacies of this perplexing creation, waiting to be unraveled.
All Your Electronics
Under the wipers, mirrors, front grille lights, LED lights, bumper, and rear bumper with a tow hitch on the box. It’s quite the sight to behold, with all these electronic components fitted onto this vehicle. It’s intriguing, but why exactly did they do this? What purpose does it serve? These questions linger in my mind as I try to make sense of it all.
No Performance Data
There’s no information available about how this vehicle actually performs. It could be a masterpiece or a complete disaster. We can only speculate at this point. It’s a bit perplexing that such a visually impressive vehicle lacks any performance data. Does it mean that the focus was solely on aesthetics? Or is there more to it?
A Rear That Opens
The rear opens up, giving access to something inside. I suspect that’s where the battery is located, but there seems to be more. Ah, there it is! A smoke machine! Wait, how does it work? I tried to pull it out, but it seems fixed in place. I’m guessing you’re supposed to fill it with water for the smoke effect, but the mechanism eludes me. It’s an intriguing addition, but without proper instructions, it remains a mystery.
Let’s take a look at the mechanical aspects of this vehicle. It has a little 50-size motor up front and four-wheel drive, with both front and rear axles. However, there’s a hiccup. The rear axle is fixed, while I initially thought the front was open but now suspect something may be broken or not properly assembled. If that is the case, this vehicle will only be three-wheel drive. It’s a setback that needs further investigation.
To be honest, none of this makes any sense to me. I’ve taken it apart, examined the components, and still can’t grasp the purpose behind all these modifications. It’s a baffling enigma that begs the question: Why did they do this in the first place? Was it purely for visual appeal? Or does it hide some deeper functionality that eludes my understanding?
A Final Thought
As I close my examination of this perplexing creation, I remain in a state of confusion. The absence of any explanatory context leaves me with more questions than answers. Maybe it’s an artistic statement, an expression of individuality, or simply a result of experimentation. Whatever the reason may be, it’s clear that this vehicle is a unique and thought-provoking curiosity.
Upon closer inspection, it appears that these plastic diffs come with brass bushings. However, something seems off. There are slots in the diffs, but when I took one side out, it was completely round. It seemed like a manufacturing fault. They haven’t shaved off the flat edges, and there’s a metal sleeve inside that is just round. This design doesn’t make sense.
I ordered this product from banggood, and the title claims that it is four-wheel drive. However, nowhere in the description does it mention four-wheel drive. Even on the box, there is no indication of it being four-wheel drive. So why would they make it three-wheel drive instead? The lack of clarity and inconsistency in the product information is perplexing.
Running it Three-Wheel Drive
Considering the confusion surrounding its drive system, I decide to put it back together and run it as a three-wheel drive. It might not be what I expected, but at least it’s something. Who knows, maybe there’s a hidden reason behind this unconventional design choice?
Need for Smoke Fluid
As I continue exploring the product, I realize that it requires smoke fluid for the smoker, not just water. Unfortunately, I don’t have any smoke fluid at the moment. The challenge lies in getting the fluid into the tiny hole located up high within the device. It looks like I might need a little pipette or something similar to accomplish this task.
Unexpected Sound Feature
Just when I thought I had discovered all there was to know about this peculiar product, I stumble upon yet another surprising feature sound. It has different gears, and when switched to third gear, it produces sound. It’s an unexpected addition that adds another level of complexity to this bewildering item.
And so, the questions remain unanswered. Why do the plastic diffs have such an unusual design? Why is the description misleading? Why is it three-wheel drive instead of four-wheel drive? Why is smoke fluid necessary? And why does it have a sound feature? The enigma surrounding this product continues to baffle and intrigue.
The Perplexing Features
The first thing that catches your attention about this particular item is its array of gears. Starting from fourth gear and swiftly moving onto fifth gear, sixth gear, and finally seventh gear, you can’t help but wonder why it has so many gear changes. Is speed the ultimate goal? And just when you think you’ve seen it all, you notice a peculiar feature – a little sneeze sound when you brake. It leaves you utterly perplexed. Why would someone include a sneeze sound? It’s beyond comprehension.
Annoying Indicators and Lights
As you continue to explore the features, you come across the most annoying aspect of this contraption – its indicators. Yes, it has indicators, but the sound they make is completely unbearable. Luckily, there is a way to turn down the volume, and if that’s not enough, you can even turn it off entirely. But why include such disturbing indicator sounds in the first place? It’s a mystery that begs to be solved. Additionally, you notice that the item is equipped with front lights, which seem unnecessary for its intended purpose. It adds another layer of confusion to the mix.
A Three-Wheel Drive Oddity
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, you stumble upon another puzzling feature – three-wheel drive. This peculiar design choice leaves you scratching your head. Why would someone create a toy with three-wheel drive? It defies all logic and reason. It becomes evident that this contraption is not intended for serious outdoor adventures or rock crawling. It appears to be designed solely as a children’s toy, but the motive behind including such unconventional features remains unclear.
A Wild Ride
Despite its perplexing features, curiosity gets the better of you, and you decide to take it out for a spin. You ignite the contraption, and to your surprise, it offers proportional throttle. However, the execution falls short, leaving a lot to be desired. The gear changes are reminiscent of something out of the “Fast and Furious” franchise, and the noise they create is simply unbearable. It becomes apparent that this contraption is not built for a smooth ride, and it leaves you wondering why anyone would want such a chaotic and noisy experience.
A Final Reflection
In , this enigmatic item leaves you with more questions than answers. Its questionable design choices, from the excessive number of gears to the annoying indicators and lights, make you wonder about the thought process behind its creation. Is it a failed attempt at innovation or a peculiar concept that simply misses the mark? Whatever the case may be, this contraption is certainly not for outdoor enthusiasts, and its purpose remains shrouded in mystery. It serves as a reminder that sometimes, things just don’t make sense.
Someone explain why they did this?! One person will get all of this. All of them super scale FMS that ones Rock hobby Rock Hobbys, part of FMS licensed Hummer H1 licensed Land Cruiser. The new FCX 18 licensed fj45 and a licensed FJ Cruiser its a little bit of a Toyota bundle as well isnt.
A Video Teaser
I’ve got videos on all of this, depending on when you’re watching this video. There will be a video of that out as well, but at the moment there isn’t five really good scale, RC cars, trucks stuff.
An Impressive Lineup
Unlike this, that is quite good scale, but its nothing compared to any of them there. They all are lined up now. All of them have only ever been used once this one Ive not even run yet. I am going to run it over my indoor course, though:
A Surprising Detail
I’m even leaving a little bit of dirt on that one for you and I’ve just noticed the Hummers still got a driver in it. Well, keep the driver in there as well. So all of them, one use only all boxed controllers.
The Battery Situation
The only thing I can’t do is send them with batteries that one didn’t come with a battery anyway them three share the same battery and that ones got a slightly different one. So I will sort batteries out but I’ll have to order them direct and get them sent to you.
I can’t ship them with batteries in them all in their original boxes. I do have the box for that.
This magnificent collection of super scale FMS RC cars and trucks leaves us perplexed. With licensed models like Rock Hobby Rock Hobbys Hummer H1, Land Cruiser, FCX 18 FJ45, and FJ Cruiser, this Toyota bundle is truly impressive.
The accompanying videos showcase the excitement and detailed features of these vehicles. However, it’s surprising that despite their impressive scale, there is another level of quality embedded in these models.
As they are all lined up, it’s clear that they have only been used once, with one of them never even touched. The anticipation of running it over an indoor course adds to the intrigue.
What caught our attention is the thoughtful inclusion of dirt on one of the vehicles. It’s a small detail that adds a touch of realism. The presence of a driver in the Hummer further adds to the realism and attention to detail in this collection.
Though they come with their original packaging and controllers, the collection lacks batteries. However, the commitment to provide the necessary batteries is evident as the author plans to order them directly to fulfill the complete package.
In , this collection of super scale FMS RC cars and trucks raises numerous questions. Why would someone assemble such an extensive and high-quality collection, only to use them once? What is the purpose of leaving dirt on one of the vehicles? These mysteries heighten our curiosity and leave us eagerly awaiting the upcoming videos, hoping for answers to these perplexing questions.
What’s the Deal?
I just need to get out of storage and to sweeten the deal. Not only are you gonna get all five of them. You’re gonna get an FMS velcro patch and it doesn’t stop therean official FMS bag. Now that is definitely the icing on the cake.
Paying for a Giveaway?
Think of all the snaps and stuff you can put in there while you’re out on your Trail. Now I don’t want to hear any wind. You know you should have to pay for a giveawayit’s not a giveaway. You have to buy tickets if you want to win.
The Only Way
You can enter for free, but you can only do that once. If you want more than one chance, then you need to buy a ticket. I’ve tried various ways of giving stuff to people. This is the only way really that I can do this, unless I just hand them all out to my mates. I’m sure they’d be happy with that, but this is the only way that I can get stuff to you from me.
No More Info
Without anyone whinging or without me getting in trouble, and I’m saying nothing more about it.
As for this thing, well, I think your kids would probably like it with the noises it makes and the lights, and you can get some smoke stuff. The smoke that’ll probably come out of there, it’s got a scale exhaust, there look lights, noise, and it does Drive. Three wheel drive, um, it’s fine for kids, but if you want something that’s going to perform, then yeah, this isn’t the thing. Spend a little bit more.
In , I was left questioning the motives behind the design choices of this new item. Why did the manufacturers opt for a similar body and chassis as the Zim? Why did they omit the functioning doors? And why did they choose to license it as a Suzuki Chimney? It was evident that some modifications and upgrades had been made to enhance its performance, but without a clear explanation, it remained a perplexing product. Perhaps further exploration and testing would provide the answers I sought.