June 16, 2020

RC Maker low-profile front body stabiliser

Coming from RC Maker is their innovative new shock tower attachment that increases the body’s downforce transfer to the car, whilst also preventing bodyshell flex and roll, causing scrubbing in the wheel arches. With modern body shells being low and thin, the downforce generated by the bodyshell isn’t effectively transferred to the car due to the flex of the body, especially in the front-mid section. The front body stabiliser transfers the downforce directly into the top of the front shocks, increasing the car’s steering in corners, and stability on the straights. As well as this, they prevent the body rolling onto the outside tyre in cornering, effectively preventing wheel arch rubbing as the front body stabiliser helps prevent the bodyshell rolling during cornering, by supporting it widely over the wheel arches. The stabilisers are adjustable in height, and can be further adjusted by adding foam on top of the platform. They fit all modern low profile shock touring cars such as the Xray T4’20, Yokomo BD10, Infinity IF14-2, ARC R12, Schumacher Mi7 and more, and are an optimised fit for the latest bodies from Xtreme, ZooRacing, Bittydesign and Protoform.

Source: RC Maker [rcmaker.com.au]


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