Mechanism – Spring powered, capable of shooting 0.12g 6mm pellets approximately 75 feet.
Three size 130 Mabuchi electric motors with carbon brushes control turret rotation, gun elevation and Airsoft mechanism. An
additional two size 280 Mabuchi motors form the gearbox that drives the tank, geared for speed.
8 AA batteries power the tank; the transmitter uses a single 9v battery.
Short pistol style push button unit as used in the M1A2 Abrams. The transmitter is dark metallic gray in color and uses any
of six interchangeable 27mhz frequency crystals.
Dual stainless steel (one functional), removable from turret rear.
Runs exactly the same as the M1A2 Abrams with three forward speeds, two forward turning speeds, and single reverse/reverse
The Leopard 2A5 runs quieter and slighty faster than the
Tokyo Marui M1A2.
The last of Tokyo Marui’s modern main battle tanks, with very crisp surface detail, and impeccable assembly and paint
quality. Gearbox has different gearing ratios than the Abrams, allowing it to run quieter in turns and slight faster in forward
speeds. Also the additional side turret armor panels swing out; a feature found on the actual tank.
Take care with the commander’s
turret hatch, you must first lift it straight up, then rotates to the side to open. Separate ABS link tracks are available
for the Leopard 2A5.