January 10, 2018

CRC introduce new WTF1 front end parts

Calandra Racing Concepts have introduced two new option parts for the WTF1 1/10th formula car. First up are the A-arms CRC have received a lot of requests for. First spotted on Frank Calandra’s Cleveland TQ car in 2016, the prototype A-arms have been refined and tweaked and are now ready for public consumption. They are strong, precision manufactured and improve the feeling of the front end.

Also new for the WTF-1 is the Less 6 front end kit. It narrows the front end to make the car more responsive and nimble. In most cases a narrow front end increases front end traction and steering. However, a narrow front end can also induce too much roll and cause lifting or traction rolling. So the narrow front end is a tuning tool that can be used to make the car more active. Also, when running large offset wheel, this narrow front end brings the front width back to a normal range to make the car more aggressive and increase turn-in, despite the offset of the rims. Included in the set are a new 2.5mm carbon fibre front plate and new upper pivot balls, both of which are also available separately.

Source: CRC [teamcrc.com]


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