September 30, 2007

Carson Vulcano V.28 Truggy

 Carson Vulcano V.28 Truggy

Carson have released the Vulcano V.28, a truggy based on their successful CY-buggy chassis. This strong and agile truck performs great on a wide variety of off road terrain thanks to its new suspension geometry, wide suspension arms and oversized multi-pin tires, which provide excellent drivability. The powerful Force 4.58 ccm big block motor combined with the supplied three-jaw racing clutch guarantees enormous acceleration and great top speeds. The Vulcano V.28 comes with the radio equipment pre installed and from the box it is ready-to-run in just a few minutes.

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– Tuning upgrade up to a high-tech model possible
– Maximum speed and excellent acceleration due to the force BIG-BLOCK-motor
– Center of gravity as low as possible
– Best traction possible
– Sturdy and reliable differentials
– Adjustable suspension toe-in /camber
– Adjustable toe-in, camber and shock absorber characteristics
– Receiver can be stored in a sealed-off RC-box
– Completely ball-raced
– Pre-painted body
– Force big block-motor 4,58 ccm
– Extreme-tuning possible
– 70 Ncm steering servo MG

Technical data:
– 4-wheel drive
– High-performance differentials
– Completely ball-raced
– High-performance 4.58 ccm force BIG BLOCK-motor of the latest generation (conversion to electrical starter ITEM 905031 with motor adaptor ITEM 905037)
– Three-jaw racing clutch
– Hardened drive shafts
– Hardened CNC-milled pinion gears
– 3mm aluminum chassis with countersunk screws
– Air-ventilated steel brake-disk
– RC-box
– Race fuel reservoir with overflow
– Front and rear chassis reinforcement
– Adjustable oil-filled shock absorbers
– Adjustable rear wing
– 23 mm special hex wheel hub
– Pre-glued “oversized” tires with inserts
– Front axle features pivot-ball system for better steering
– Main gear pinion made of hardened steel

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