Leadfinger Racing SRX8 Pro A2.1 Tactic body shell
Leadfinger Racing have announced the release of their A2.1 Tactic body shell for the Serpent SRX8 Pro buggy. The A2.1 Tactic body is a one off design that delivers a tuning option in between the original LFR Assassin and A2 Tactic bodies. The idea for the A2.1 body was spawned by Doug and Justin Fales when they were looking to gain more stability and slightly more down force to the existing A2 Tactic that now features several changes. First is the addition of the cowl scoops on the side pods. Depending on the performance the driver is looking for, these can be left alone to add to the overall down force of the car, or owners can choose to drill them out for additional cooling. When opened up, the pipe side of the cowl pulls air directly past the block and manifold of the nitro motor. The next addition was the fin on top of the roof. The advantage is more stability in high speed sections of the track and a more precise feel under hard cornering. Very effective is the additional down force added to both side pods and rear swoop that sets the body directly in between both the Assassin and A2 designs. The A2.1 body for the Serpent SRX8 Pro is available both in light weight or standard thickness and it comes in clear, including window masks, stickers and ready for paint.
Source: Leadfinger Racing [leadfingerrc.com]