- Crown 24z special motor shaft 1.5mm.
- Motor pinion 10z special motor shaft 1.5mm.
- Special module inline crown pinion 0,5mm.
- Carry neodymium magnet
- F1 engine 23000 RPM
- Rear axle calibrated 2.38mm diameter with length of 48mm
The McLaren M23 was a Formula One racing car designed by Gordon Coppuck, with input from John Barnard, and built by the McLaren team. It was a development of the McLaren M16 Indianapolis 500 car. A Ford Cosworth DFV engine was used, which was prepared by specialist tuning company Nicholson-McLaren Engines. This helped push the DFV’s horsepower output to around 490 CV2 .
Numbered edition consists of 1020 limited product units.
Pilot: Dave Charlton