Following weeks of teaser images on their social media, Destiny have finally released full information on their all RX-10SR 3.0 touring car. Following the trend of removing the shock towers, the shock absorbers are now mounted to the bulkheads. The front and rear upper arms are made from a moulded composite material which is length adjustable, while the lower arms are carbon fibre plate, with all arms using pivot ball mounting which ensures free movement and extra adjustability. A new single piece design motor mount with Multi-Flex chassis adjustment features adjustable front and rear belt tensioners and battery backstops. The new lower bulkheads install with upper bulkheads with centering pin for a more reliable mounting. All this plus a whole lot of other changes.
Two new items from Team Destiny for the RX-10F 2.0, the first is this 45g front suspension block. The weight is designed to be as close as possible to the front gear differential so that the car can generate more traction and stability on low traction asphalt. Secondly there is a new 3.0mm high quality graphite rear shock tower for both the RX-10SR 2.0 as well as the RX-10F 2.0 that is optimised for the horizontal body post type.
Destiny have released this optional split type graphite upper deck for the RX-10F 2.0. Made by high grade 2.0mm USA graphite these new parts give better steering response and more corner speed, making them best suited for use on a small track.
Team Destiny offer this new optional single bell-crank steering set for the RX-10SR 2.0. This new clamp design single aluminium bell-crank is integrated with the floating steering servo bracket for a very clean install. The bell-crank itself features two large 5x9x3mm bearings for strength and durability while the setup offers 4 different Ackermann settings thanks to the two included inserts.
Destiny have introduced their new RX-10F 2.0 FWD 1/10th scale chassis. Utilising a new mid motor platform design, the motor mount and centre layshaft are combined in a single bulkhead. Up front there is a new clamp design single bell-crank steering system, with 4 different Ackermann positions, that features two large ball bearing for improved reliability and precision. Integrated into the bumper is the ability to mount up to two pieces of 40g weights to easily help balance out the chassis for different conditions. The new 2.25mm slim main chassis, 2.0mm multi-flex design upper deck and 3.0mm front and rear lower shock towers are all made from high grade USA graphite as are the all new graphite front and rear chassis braces. Other changes include a new single piece floating servo mount. updated high quality hard coated short dampers with POM pistons and 20mm damper springs, new front and rear 7075 aluminium upper bulkhead and linkage mounts, new aluminium rear bulkheads, new aluminium battery brackets and completing the updates, front spring steel double CVD are included as standard for smoother cornering.
Coming from Destiny and made for their RX-10 series electric touring cars are new aluminium suspension spacer sets. Available in 0.5mm, 1.0mm and 1.5mm thicknesses, the spacers are of an open design, allowing for easy mounting and removal by simply loosening the suspension mount screws a couple of turns. The spacers are made of high-quality aluminium, they come black anodised and with laser-engraved size markings for easy identification.
Coming from Destiny are new option parts for their RX10 series of touring cars. First up is a rainbow colour titanium turnbuckle set for the RX10SR 2.0. The kit includes a single 20mm as well as four 30mm and two 39mm turnbuckles that sport the popular oil slick colouring. The turnbuckles are machined from high-quality titanium and will lower the car’s overall weight. Also new and made for the RX10SR and FF is an aluminium differential case cover. The part will improve the reliability of the diff while also adding a heat dissipation feature. The cover comes black anodised for a stealthy look.
Destiny have introduced their new optional floating servo mount for the RX-10SR 2.0 touring car. The servo mount comes machined from high-quality, black anodised aluminium and it does away with the kit’s original floating steering system in favour of a standard chassis mounted design that sees the included steering bellcrank posts mounted to the chassis with will make the car more response whereas the original kit’s standard floating steering system makes the car easier to drive.