Less touch on the ground. Tried super super narrow chassis one time,
but feeling like something weird. Maybe too much deep roll or weight
balance too much inside. If too wide not good, too narrow no good. I
think this 89mm I think kinda best for chassis.
Same outside design, outline the same, but no holes inside. With hole
2.5mm. And option no hole type is harder but we make thinner, 2.25mm.
Chassis a little bit more stable. Depends on driving style.
More natural, more straight, narrow. More natural flex for the chassis.
Now always use same type of top deck for any track. High bite, low
bite, medium bite. Easy to put electronics go more inside.
New longer link steering block. 10% more steering throw. More ackermann
changes is more natural. Initial less change but the end kind of quick
change in ackermann. That's why it is really feeling good on the track.
New Rear Gear Diff.
We have many many runs 20, 30, 40 batteries. No maintenance but still
oil never came off.
New Motor Mount.
Mainly motor position changed. It's more outside 2.5mm. Front to back
same position. I think more outside motor mount can make more deep
roll. You can use TCX motor mount. Simple change but on the track it's
New Suspension Block.
The suspension block we make separate type. Can make more nice flex
front and rear. Start one piece front and separate piece rear. And if
you need more steering you can change to the separate piece on front.
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