Japanese brand Spice have introduced new front and rear bulkheads for the Yokomo BD8 and BD7 touring cars that utilise ball-raced anti-roll bar mounts. A long-awaited option for Yokomo’s successful touring car, the bulkheads allow for finer adjustment and more precise swaybar mounting using ball bearings and collars. The bulkheads are machined from high-quality aluminium, they come black anodised and with machined edge details to match the remainder of the car’s alloy parts while optional steel pins allow to straighten the whole assembly during building and maintenance. Also available is a matching set of ball races and collars for the swaybar. The bulkheads fit the 2018 and 2017 variants of the BD8 as well as the BD7 2016 and Spice’s respective single belt conversions.
Japanese brand Spice, know for their Yokomo BD7 single belt conversion kit, have released first images of a new FWD M-size car they are working on. No details are known yet but the prototype images show a car that used a belt-driven transmission as well as select Yokomo parts. The car will be used at the forthcoming IRCC race in Japan and given the results it may go into production very soon.