On Point Racing is proud to release their second generation 12th scale conversion, the OP12C.1. Already it has won the Super Stock class at the US Indoor Champs last month driven by designer/owner Paul Ciccarello. The changes made in chassis flex and shock position have made the car generate higher corner speeds without giving up driveability. The kit is available now.
Dave Arnold has won the 1/12 Modified class at the recent ROAR Paved On-Road Nationals. The On-Point, Trinity and Speed Passion team driver TQ’ed every qualifying round and also won the single A main in front of Chris Mackenzie and RJ Evans.
After a lot of requests, On-Point Racing finally decided to break into the growing World GT market. Based on AE R5 parts, they have now introduced the brand new On-Point WGT 10 conversion kit. This kit is based on the knowledge gained with the On-Point OPC12 kit, which recently had major success at the Snowbird Nationals, by taking TQ and the win in the 1/12th 13.5 class. The kit includes centered battery, forward shock for more consistency, damper tubes for smoother dampening and wider rear posts to have more body stability.
After it’s recent TQ and win in the 13.5 GTP class at last week’s Snowbirds the On Point Racing OP12C is now available in black. With so many different cars out there and their ability to mate parts from various cars to their own, it only made sense to to offer a more neutral color so you could have one of the best looking as well as best handling 12th scales on the market.
On-Point racing was founded in 2009 and since then the interest in their products has risen. Their tuning parts for Team Serpent and Team Associated cars have had great racing success in the last 2 years and this was the reason for them to decide to produce their own 1/12 scale conversion kit, the OP12C.
New from On-Point Racing is their Serpent S120L conversion kit. Capable of 5 different battery positions, its three post top deck design offers easy battery changing and rigidity as well as more space for electronics and wiring. The kits’ split rear cross brace gives more space, better motor mounting and more weight placement options, while a longer wheelbase and wider front track is great for LiPo racing.