Fenix Racing are pleased to introduce the successor of the Mistral 2.0, the Mistral 3.3. The Mistral 3.3 keeps the V-link suspension at the rear, that has been found to be extremely tuneable to every grip condition. Up front they have retained the major features of Mistral 2.0, such as the camber adjustable by turnbuckles, with static caster is adjustable via dedicated shims as well as the adjustable dynamic caster value. On Mistral 3.3 the wheelbase is now adjustable in steps of 5mm for a range of 10mm. The best part is that changing the wheelbase requires just a couple of minutes and no setup changes, via the use of a 2.5mm carbon subframe that carries all the front-end components. This feature, allow the servo to be fixed in the lowest possible position, allowing a super low Centre of Gravity. The main chassis is made of 3mm carbon fibre, which allowed them to pocket the battery area, keeping the LiPo extremely low, again in the quest of the lowest CoG possible. Another great feature is that changing the wheelbase will not require different body hole positions. The Mistral 3.3 will be offered in 2 versions, long and short, the long one allowing a wheelbase of 275-270-265mm, while the short spec allows a wheelbase of 265-260-255mm. A conversion kit from Mistral 2.0 to Mistral 3.3 will follow soon.