September 11, 2020

Team Associated RC8T3.2 truggy team kit

Following a successful release of the long-awaited RC8B3.2, Team Associated have been keeping themselves busy and the result is the RC8T3.2. Using principles learned from the development of the RC8B3.2, the rear suspension arms have been lengthened to use the narrow pivot design for increased traction and stability. Bottom-loaded suspension arm inserts provide adjustable flex and increase durability while keeping the arms debris-free and easy to clean. A 4-piece centre bulkhead allows for easier access to the centre differential to make adjustments even faster, while a new rear shock tower has been developed to work with the new suspension arm geometry. The all-new radio tray design has several new features: an enclosed battery box, a larger receiver box, integrated switch and transponder mounting, and adjustable flex configurations. Updated shock caps allow the RC8T3.2 to be run with the included new stiff bladders, standard bladders, or as emulsion with no bladders, all with the same cap.

New Features
– New suspension arm design with inserts for flex adjustments
– Longer rear suspension arm length with narrow rear arm mounts
– New centre bulkhead splits into unique front and rear top halves to prevent brake misalignment
– Enclosed battery box for quick and easy battery removal
– Larger receiver box for better wire management
– One-piece carbon fibre transponder and electronic switch mount
– Flex Control radio tray has three different configurations for chassis flex adjustment
– New stiff shock bladder design improves jumping and handling performance
– Updated shock cap works for bladder or emulsion type shock setups
– Shorter and lower front bumper reduces drag and allows easier access to anti-roll bar screws
– IFMAR approved rear wing
– Updated chassis with chamfered front edges to reduce drag
– Side guards are now threaded into the chassis from the top side of the car
– 90% parts compatibility with the current generation of RC8.2 vehicles
– 46T ring and 10T pinion gears on front and rear V3 differentials for consistent performance

Source: Team Associated []


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