August 30, 2017

Team Magic E4RS4 electric touring car kit

HRC Distribution have introduced the new Team Magic E4RS4 electric touring car kit. The car made its debut at round 5 of the ETS back in June and it is available now. The kit is based on the all-new Symmetric Flex chassis that incorporates a new top deck and the Symmetric Flex management for optimised torsional flex. The latter is a carbon fibre centre brace that spans from the servo mount to the motor mount and it allows to access different chassis flex settings while ensuring increased pitch rigidity for better acceleration and less belt jumps.

Other new features include a 1-piece aluminium motor mount that does away with tweak issues associated to multi-piece designs, new upper and lower bulkheads reduce weight and lower the overall centre of gravity as do the new low centre of gravity shock towers and big bore shock absorbers with Pro Touring matched springs. A new lightweight one-piece aluminium servo mount ensures minimised servo movement under load and the new blade-less front spool outdrives with updated dual-joint driveshafts optimise corner speed while offering less vibrations, increased agility and greater reliability. Also included in the kit are high-precision roll centre adjusters, a new, optimised steering plate, optimised steering blocks and black anodised pivot balls and turnbuckles.

Main features:
– “Symmetric Flex” chassis
– “Symmetric Flex” upper deck
– “Symmetric Flex” management
– One-piece motor mount
– Central layshaft mount
– Lower bulkheads
– Upper bulkheads
– High precision roll centre adjusters
– Black anodised pivot ball
– Black anodised turnbuckles
– Front spool with “No-Blades” outdrives
– “No-Blades” front double-jointed driveshafts
– Optimised steering plate
– “Symmetric Flex” floating servo mount
– “Ultra Low CG” shock towers
– “Ultra Low CG” big bore shock absorbers
– Pro touring matched shock springs

Source: HRC Distribution []


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