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Schumacher BossCat Instruction Manual

I had to customize. So I went back to the stock black plates.

The 3 piece plastic covers and chassis design allow it to be really sealed up, which is crucial for all the manyal I’ll be running this in. Send a private message to Eman No doubt you’ll get plenty of money for it.

Rubber O-rings held the front end together.

However, I do prefer the plastic telescoping drive shafts mnaual the Bosscat compared to the dog bones on the Durga. So, once I acquired the Bosscat in the above shown condition, I found it to be in good shape, with everything functional. Although I decided not to keep the Bosscat, something in me tells me I have to own a 4WD buggy of some kind, and I like the looks of the Durga too much to pass it up. The Bcat transferred the power smoothly to the ground, and it was a bullet.


Little did I know that powdercoating adds juuust a touch of thickness to the object. So, a few observations from someone who truly loves both Tamiya and Schumacher products as a basher: The belt drive makes it a smooth accelerator, and pretty quiet too.

I cleaned it up, and this is how it stands today. Back to the Cat: Parts are hard to come by.


It’s time has just about passed with my ownership, so I figured it was time to share some info and pics about it, with some urging from a certain Mr. No doubt future vintage Schmacher owners will find this thread to be of great resource! Maybe I’m lazy like that. So the dirt protection is a plus, but I won’t be swapping in different motors for fun unless I have a strong desire to.

Also discuss brushless motors, speed controllers aka ESC’s, brushed motors, etc. So conclude this thread from my end anywaythe Bosscat is on the chopping block now, and a new Tamiya Durga kit is coming my way very soon.

U1292 Schumacher Bosscat Instruction Manual

My first impression was: You manhal Cats now and again in the US, but they’re pretty rare since they were stopped being made. Send a private message to ElectricGuy I had confidence, as I had read about other vintage bosscat owners well, at least 2 that put Novak 5.


Anything Schumacher is top of the line so I heard, although I’ve never owned one myself. Schumacher stopped making the CAT years ago, and thus ended their reign of terror in the 4WD buggy scene.

Here are some pics of the TopCat, Cougar, and the original C.

But I wasn’t shooting for “uncontrollable”, and I heard that the is a good fit for a 4WD buggy. I bet that is a fun car to drive.

Ode to the Schumacher Bosscat – RCU Forums

I was just getting into the RC hobby back then, but this thing was the holy grail of RC to me. The “faster” motors seemed like they’d be overkill. I don’t have good pics of this, but here are some from the manual. I also took a spare set of transmission plates and had them powdercoated orange, too. I went and bought a set of Schumacher onroad tires, and had myself a street machine.