January 28, 2019

Gizmo introduce new Genesis & GZ2 optionals

Reflex Racing have introduced new optionals for the Gizmo Genesis and GZ2 touring cars. First up is a long arm conversion kit that has been designed for the use in combination with the V2 uprights. Contrary to typical longer arms, these arms actually make the suspension act softer as the distance between lower shock mounts and outer arm pivot has been increased. The pivot of the uprights has been moved out further which in the front end allows for less wheel scrub as well as more wheel support. The result is a more precise car, with more stability and higher corner speeds. The conversion works with the Genesis and GZ2 kits, however the latter requires the use of angled ball ends for rear toe link.

Also new are ULP shock towers for the Genesis car. They allow the use of ultra low-profile shock absorbers and are made of high-quality carbon fibre. Last but not least are two V2 conversion kits that use the Awesomatix front spool and rear differential. The kits include 3-D-printed pulleys and bearing carriers as well as the respective Awesomatix spool or rear differential.

Source: Gizmo Racing [gizmoracingusa.com]


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