April 1, 2022

Team Associated DR10M drag race car kit

The mid-motor, 4-gear transmission in the all-new Team Associated DR10M drag race car offers the advantage of using motor torque rotation to apply downward force to the rear tires. These forces generate additional rear end squat for that off-the-line acceleration which offers more tire-to-surface area contact, giving the DR10M additional rear traction. The mid-motor set up shifts the weight distribution forward, reducing front-end lift. Additionally, the motor and tires share the same rotational direction, which produces quicker forward momentum to help you get a faster time across that finish line. Based on the successful DR10 drag race platform, the DR10M Team kit features a rear anti-roll bar, 28 precision ball bearings, fully adjustable suspension, vertical ball ends for roll centre adjustments, 2.6:1 ratio gearbox with heavy-duty sealed gear differential and externally adjustable V2 slipper clutch. The new Octalock spur gear and 11mm Octalock pads provide maximum consistency and higher torque capacity.

Key Features
– Mid-motor design creates improved traction and control in the vehicle’s weight distribution
– Durable front and rear wide body mounts
– Rigid, 4mm thick carbon fibre rear shock tower
– Heavy-duty sealed silicone-filled gear differential
– Stiff rear anti-roll bar
– Full adjustable double-ladder wheelie bar
– Ball bearing wheelie bar wheels with rubber tires for increased straight-line stability
– Height adjustable rear gearbox provides the ability to adjust drive shaft angle
– All metal gear transmission with hardened steel top shaft
– Octalock spur gear and 11mm Octalock pads for maximum consistency and higher torque capacity
– 4-gear rear transmission configuration aids in controlling weight movement providing more traction under acceleration

Source: Associated [associatedelectrics.com]


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