October 2, 2012

Schumacher pistons, SV2 chassis & Supastox diff

Schumacher have launched 3 new pistons for their small bore shocks, something their offroad team have preferred at recent races due to their agility and aggression. The new tapered pistons allow the shock to rebound more quickly than compressing, increasing stability through high speed bumps. The square top edge ensures that the shock still has the correct amount of pack to keep the car stable when landing from jumps. Available with three different hole sizes each in easily identifiable colours, so you always know what your running. New for the Cougar SV2, this S1 Chassis is a more flexible chassis compared to the kit alloy one, it is beneficial on bumpy tracks and low grip/damp conditions. Finally for the SupaStox, is a diff with a CNC machined 48dp 70T gear. The strong solid steel axle combined with an alloy hub/wheel carrier and steel short axle and precision ball bearings allows simple tightness adjustment without the need to disturb the tension when removing the wheel. This version comes with CNC machined 70T 48dp spur.

Source: Schumacher [racing-cars.com]


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