Austrian company Buri-Racer, spearhead of the growing 1/8th electric on-road stock class, has released first images of their forthcoming E2.1 and E1.3 kits. Starting with the E2.1, the car offers a new layout and several updates compared to the previous E1.2. Basically a full redesign the car utilises a new centre belt layout with the motor siting in a new location, mounted to a separate motor mount that makes for a more central motor position. Also new are the rear pod side plates that allow for a wider range of ride height settings compared to the E1.2. The system works without shims and it’s patent pending. Also new is the front end with three different ride height settings and quick camber adjustment feature.
As for the E1.3 kit adapts the same quick ride height options as the E2.1 with the motor sitting in the traditional off-set position and with the motor shaft pointing towards the right side. Both kits seem to be usable with both standard and shorty packs from stock with a wide range of battery positions accessible thanks to long machined slots in the upper chassis plate. Full information and more images are expected in time for the release.