April 29, 2022

MiBorg X4 RCV driveshafts

MiBorg presents its innovative RCV driveshaft designed to Xray X4. A steel-to-steel interface between wheel axle and bearing hopes to provide less play and less bearing wear compared to the original assembly. It’s combined with the MiBorg original pin less wheel axle adapters for a better wheel concentricity. The driveshaft centre of rotation is aligned with the steering axis to ensure an easy handling of the car. The RCV concept is still utilizing the design of full-scale cars, and is an advantageous alternative to ‘double joint’ shafts. The very high level of accuracy and durability offers no play and no wear run after run. The driveshaft use balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration even with high steering angles.

Source: MiBorg [miborg-rc.com]


September 13, 2021

MiBorg IF14-II FWD RCV driveshafts

MiBorg have expanded their line of RCV driveshafts with versions for the newly released Infinity IF14-II FWD. Utilising the design of full-scale cars the driveshafts use ceramic balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration even with high steering angles. This leads to a more predictable driving and in addition the wheel axles allow the use of pin-less wheel hex adapters for a better wheel concentricity.

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August 23, 2021

MiBorg TA08 Pro RCV driveshafts

Continuing to expand their product range, MiBorg have produced these new RCV driveshafts for the Tamiya TA08 Pro. Utilising the design of full-scale cars the driveshafts use ceramic balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration and more compacity compared with a double joint. This leads to a more predictable driving and in addition the wheel axles allow the use of pin-less wheel hex adapters for a better wheel concentricity. These driveshafts can be use on the rear, they bring more stability and a better control of the trajectories.

Source: MiBorg [miborg-rc.com]


August 13, 2021

MiBorg M-chassis RCV driveshafts

Coming from MiBorg and made for the Tamiya M-chassis are the new RCV driveshafts. Utilising the design of full-scale cars the driveshafts use ceramic balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration and more compacity compared with a double joint. This leads to a more predictable driving and in addition the wheel axles allow the use of pin-less wheel hex adapters for a better wheel concentricity. These driveshafts can be use on the rear, they bring more stability and a better control of the trajectories.

Source: MiBorg [miborg-rc.com]


October 16, 2020

MiBorg TC-01 RCV driveshafts

More new RCV driveshafts from MiBorg RC, this time for the Tamiya TC-01. Available for the front and rear of the car, the driveshafts use ceramic balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration even at high steering angles leading to more predictable handling, higher corner speeds and less tyre wear.

Source: MiBorg [miborg-rc.com]


September 18, 2020

MiBorg Sakura D5S rear RCV driveshafts

Coming from MiBorg and made for the 3Racing Sakura D5S drift chassis are these new rear RCV driveshafts. Utilising the design of full-scale cars the driveshafts use steel balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration even at high steering angles. This leads to a more predictable handling, higher corner speeds and less tyre wear. In addition the wheel axles allow the use of standard thickness bearings while lighter, pin-less wheel hex adapters reduce overall weight.

Source: MiBorg [miborg-rc.com]


August 21, 2020

MiBorg ST2.1 RCV front driveshafts

Coming from MiBorg and made for the WRC Racing ST2.1 FWD are the new RCV driveshafts. Utilising the design of full-scale cars the driveshafts use steel balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration even at high steering angles. This leads to a more predictable handling, higher corner speeds and less tyre wear. In addition the wheel axles allow the use of standard thickness bearings while lighter, pin-less wheel hex adapters reduce overall weight.

Source: MiBorg [miborg-rc.com]


July 24, 2020

MiBorg RCV electric touring car driveshafts

French company MiBorg has introduced their new RCV real constant velocity driveshafts for electric touring cars. Utilising the design of full-scale cars the driveshafts use steel balls instead of cross pins to drive the wheel axle, which results in less vibration even at high steering angles. This leads to a more predictable handling, higher corner speeds and less tyre wear. In addition the wheel axles allow the use of standard thickness bearings while lighter, pin-less wheel hex adapters reduce overall weight. The patent pending driveshafts are available for many of today’s electric touring car kits.

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