July 21, 2020

Schumacher Mi7 aluminium spool/diff eccentric

Schumacher have introduced a new aluminium spool and differential eccentric for the Mi7 touring car that allows to adjust the height of the diff/spool to a new “high” position compared to the standard kit “low” position. The smart looking piece as normal is used to adjust the belt tension, as well as being able to fine tune the feeling of the car. Normally a higher front spool smooths the steering response compared to the standard low kit setting. A higher rear diff can give the car more drive out of the turns keeping it flatter whereas a low standard position normally gives a little more side bite. The eccentric features a black surface coating for wear and looks and it comes as pair.

Source: Schumacher [racing-cars.com]


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