October 29, 2017

SWorkz S35-GT Pro 1/8th nitro GT kit

SWorkz have introduced their new S35-GT 1/8th nitro GT kit. Based on the electric-powered S35-GTE platform, with whom the nitro kit shares the front and rear suspension parts and gearboxes, the nitro GT features a new 2-speed centre transmission and an Ackermann steering system that comes straight from the S35-3 nitro buggy. The front upper suspension arms of the vehicle are of a multi-piece design with optional carbon fibre covers helping to add strength when running in high ambient temperatures or on very high-bite tracks. A unique front shock tower design allows for easy suspension geometry changes and the 7075 aluminium main chassis with L.F.C. Lower Friction Coefficient system will improve overall grip while offering less friction when bottoming out. The kit is rounded out by a newly developed radio tray that ensures precise throttle and braking response.

– S35-GT series nitro on-road GT car
– T-7075 aluminium lightened main chassis with L.F.C system (Lower Friction Coefficient)
– S35-GT series front and rear Pro shock towers made of lightweight T-7075 aluminium – for GT-BBS shocks system
– S35 series BBS emulsion shock caps
– S35-3 series lightened transmission gearbox system with high performance crown and pinion gears
– Front and rear universal drive Shafts with special lightened 6mm axle wheel hub system
– S35-3 series aluminium rear lower fully adjustable toe-in block (A)
– S35-3 series competition aluminium steering knuckle plates
– S35-GT new centre 2-speed on-road transmission system
– S35-GT/GTE on-road bumper and rear body poster system
– Heavy duty front and rear Arms
– Professional 2.0 metal brake callipers
– New 150cc floating fuel filter system tank
– Adjustable front upper and lower suspension arm system
– S35-3 series Pro-composite carbon front upper arm covers

Source: MW RC Cars [mwrccars.at]



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