August 6, 2008

TOP Racing Scythe ARP & CFP Series

TOP Racing Scythe ARP & AFP Series

TOP Racing have released 2 new versions of their electric touring car, the Scythe. Available as an ARP or CFP version, both come with 2.5mm thick ‘Equi-Flex’ chassis and 2.0mm thick carbon version 2 upper deck for easy spur gear maintenance as well as separate type bulkhead assembly for easy drive train maintenance. The ARP spec chassis is for use with rubber tires and comes with regular profile shock towers, ARP 2.0mm Ver. 2 upper deck and separate-type suspension mounts, while the CFP is designed for use with foam tires and has low profile shock towers, CFP 2.0mm Ver. 2 upper deck with wings for extra stiffness and also has regular one-piece suspension mounts.

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New Common Features of ARP/CFP Series
– 2.5mm U.S. Spec. “Equi-Flex” Carbon Fiber Main Chassis
– 2.0mm Ver. 2 Upper Chassis for Easy Spur Gear Maintenance
– Separate Type Bulkhead Assembly for Easy Drive Train Maintenance
– New Drive Pulleys with “Anti-Skip” Pitch Profile
– New Internal Drive Ratios Optimized for Rubber and Foam Tire Racing
– New High Strength Steel D-Cut “Never Get Loose” Universal Pin
– Rear Alloy Dog Bone for a Lighter Drive Train
– Ver. 2 Universal Joint for Smoother and More Durable Drive Operation
– Rear Belt Tensioner
– “Clamp-Type” New Offset Wheel Hex Adaptor
– Front and Rear Carbon Fiber Composite Suspension Arms
– All Parts are compatible with Scythe from Sy Brand

ARP-Specific Features
– Regular Profile Shock Towers
– ARP 2.0mm Ver. 2 Upper Deck
– Separate-Type Suspension Mounts
– 37T/17T Internal Drive Ratio (1:2.18)
– Front Steel Spool and Rear Light Weight Differential

CFP-Specific Features
– Low Profile Shock Towers
– CFP 2.0mm Ver. 2 Upper Deck with Wings
– Regular One-Piece Suspension Mounts
– 33T/17T Internal Drive Ratio (1:1.94)
– Front and Rear Light Weight Differentials

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