May 25, 2023

MonacoRC Pro Level Set-up Board system

MonacoRC has released their new “Pro Level SetUp Board” system, designed to maximise your model’s setup process.  Almost everyone uses a setup board to adjust their model, but how many do it correctly?  What’s the point of having a reference surface if it’s not used properly?  Working on a flat and level surface is crucial for correct geometry setup.  While working at home, you can be reasonably sure of working on relatively straight surfaces, but often this is not the case on the track.  The “Pro Level SetUP Board” is an aluminium appendage that can be attached to your own SetUp Board. Thanks to adjustable feet, it allows you to level the same Set-up board even when it’s on highly inclined surfaces. 

These adjustments are made very simply with a 2.0mm Allen wrench, which allows you to adjust the extension of the insert designed to have a sharp contact point, ensuring maximum precision in the setup.  As always, design plays a fundamental role in MonacoRC products. The “Pro Level SetUp Board” is cylindrical in shape, made from solid black anodised aluminium, and on the inside, it houses the adjustment insert, also made of blue anodised aluminium. The blue screw is recessed into the piece, giving it an intriguing appearance and minimising the height of the board relative to the supporting surface.  This product is the result of experiences gained during months of testing to create the most functional and aesthetically pleasing solution possible.  The “Pro Level SetUp Board” is compatible with practically all setup boards available on the market, with a maximum thickness of 12mm.  The “Pro Level SetUp Board – Limited Edition” version includes a tray that allows for the transportation of the “Pro Level SetUp Board” and its level bubble within a 3D-printed tray. This tray can be used at race tracks to hold keys and small accessories that are always present in the pit area.

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