RCLabHK have introduced their new chassis conversion kit for the Tamiya TA07R and Pro cars. The set’s main item is the 2.2mm thick and 86mm wide carbon fibre chassis plate that was designed to replace the standard plastic chassis. Also part of the package are two 3mm carbon fibre vertical top decks and two black anodised 7075 aluminium mounts, steering posts and battery mounts. The chassis does away with any sort of tweak issues, it offers different flex settings and it is usable with all three motor mount configurations.
RCLabHK have announced the release of their new carbon fibre shock towers for the Tamiya TB05 touring car. They are cut from high-quality material and designed to replace the standard items, ensuring higher precision and stability. In addition the rear shock stays offer the same body post locations as the TRF series cars. The shock stays were designed for the use with the standard length kit shock absorbers and they are available separately for the front and the rear of the car.
Made for the Tamiya TA07 Pro touring car are RCLabHK’s forthcoming new carbon fibre front and rear shock towers. The shock stays were designed to replace the standard parts for cooler looks, more stability and updated body mount positions that now match the Tamiya TRF and other popular brands. The towers will become available separately and in two variants, for standard length or SSBB low profile shock absorbers.
RCLabHK have announced the soon release of their new carbon fibre main chassis kit for the Tamiya TA07 touring car. Designed for low to medium traction outdoor tracks the chassis will improve the car’s overall performance in demanding track conditions. The chassis is set for a release in September.
RCLabHK have released full information on their new chassis conversion kit for the Tamiya TB Evo7 touring car. The kit’s main item is the 86mm wide 2.2mm carbon fibre chassis that weighs in at about 75g and that was designed to replace the standard alloy chassis of around 117g of weight. Also part of the package are two 3mm carbon fibre vertical top decks and two black anodised 7075 aluminium mounts. The chassis does away with any sort of tweak issues, it offers three different flex settings and it is usable with all three motor mount configurations.
RCLabHK have announced the soon release of their new carbon fibre chassis kit for the Tamiya TB07 Evo touring car. The conversion was developed for low to medium traction outdoor conditions, it uses the inline motor position and a vertical top deck design. Full information will become available in time for the release which is scheduled for August.
Newly founded brand RCLabHK from Hong Kong have introduced a handful of carbon fibre option parts for the Serpent Project 4X Evo touring car in the form of a bulkhead stiffener and a 3mm battery mount. The bulkhead stiffeners are used to brace the left and right bulkhead in order to improve performance on high-grip carpet and asphalt surfaces as they reinforce the bulkhead area for less overall chassis flex which comes in handy especially in high traction conditions. The 2mm stiffeners come separately and including hardware such as M3x20mm screws and 4x3mm or 4x2mm bushings. Also new are the front and rear battery mounts machined from 3mm carbon fibre. Using the parts will improve battery fixing and thus overall reliability.