Exotek have introduced their new lightweight carbon fibre Pro FWD conversion chassis set for the Tamiya TA07. Designed with a modern mid/front motor placement for improved balance and cornering speeds, the FF77’s design promises agility and the ability to carve corners and carry more speed on medium to high grip tracks. The motor, servo, steering racks and battery is placed as centrally forward as possible to maintain on power traction yet create a low moment of inertia for quicker transitioning through corners. Features include a heavy duty 1-piece alloy servo mount, a 4-times ball-raced alloy steering rack with crush sleeves for ultra precise operation and a heavy duty S3M348 Aramid FWD short belt. The adjustable battery mount set allows easy weight bias adjustments for forward or back shorty battery placement while the highly adjustable carbon battery cups are extra lightweight and they come with LiPo posts and tabs. The 1-piece 7075 alloy motor mount is 4g lighter than stock and lowers the pulley by 3mm and the motor by 1mm for even lower centre of gravity and anodised black for improved heat dissipation. The top plate does not connect to the motor plate thus insuring front to rear chassis flex for improved on power off power traction just like mid motor 4WD cars. Also included are a USA 2.0mm carbon fibre lower plate that narrower than the stock chassis for improved cornering and a USA 2.0mm carbon fibre 1-piece upper plate for reduced tweak. The kit is rounded out by a belt tensioner that prevents belt skipping without having to over tension the belt for cooler motor temps, it includes stainless steering posts, turnbuckles, hardware, instructions and a set up sheet. Required for the conversion are a TA07 kit and a shorty LiPo battery pack.