April 24, 2014

MIP B5 Pucks bi-metal R-CVD drive system

MIP B5 Pucks bi-metal R-CVD drive system

Based on their own Pucks drive systems MIP now introduce the new bi-metal R-CVD driveshaft set for the Team Associated B5 and B5M. This all-new design features a keyed joint made out of hardened alloy steel that connects to 7075 hard anodised aluminium bones. This feature allows to lighten up the drivetrain without sacrificing the durability that steel components offer. The R-CVD design also helps to keep costs low while 7075 hard anodised aluminium outdrives further reduce the rotational mass of the drivetrain. The set is designed to work with the B5 kit’s wheel axles and differential parts.

Source: MIP [miponline.com]


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