The GT500-V2 from Team Saxo is a 1/10 rear wheel drive electric on-road touring car. This pan car style 1/10 chassis comes with the right track width and wheelbase to fit most of the current 1/10 touring car bodies. Combining the simple but efficient 2-wheel drive chassis with a closed wheel body and rubber touring car tires, the GT500-V2 is expanding the boundary of RC racing. It creates a low maintenance yet high performance class that drivers can focus more on driving and have close wheel-to wheel racing. The GT500-V2 features a 1/12th scale style front end which makes it easy to alter the camber, caster and other setup aspects. The link style rear pod allows the chassis to roll freely without binding and it is easy to set up the side tube and spring to adjust the roll stiffness to alter the handling of the car. A standard sized rear ball diff is included in the kit with touring car wheel adapter to take advantage of the modern tire technology developed in the competitive 4wd touring car racing competition. Different positions for battery placement are provided for the drivers to fine turn the weight distribution of the car and alter the handling characteristics and different positions for body mounting are also provided to suit different body type and styles.
Teamsaxo has launched a series of parts to allow the user to convert their F1 to Le-Mans spec chassis. The first set features most of the parts required to convert the front end of most main brand F1 cars to Le-Mans. The second set is to convert Teamsaxo’s own F1 chassis rear end to Le-Mans style.
Introducing the latest addition to Teamsaxo’s line of products for the F1-180 V3, this adjustable steering block set. The set provides three options to adjust Ackerman angles for different handling characteristics. The Ackerman plates are made from carbon fibre while the lower servo saver arm comes in aluminium making it strong and durable.
Asian company Teamsaxo has introduced their new F1-180 V3 formula pan car kit. The vehicle builds on a 2.5mm carbon fibre chassis and rear lower pod plate, making it a versatile solution for both low and high-grip conditions. The front suspension is made up of carbon fibre double wishbones and the single-tube roll damper in the rear saves valuable space even under tight formula body shell. New diff parts including a thrust race as well as lightweight front end camber and caster inserts round out the package. An optional aluminium chassis and wide track front arms are available separately and for the use in very high bite conditions.
Coming from Teamsaxo and made for Mugen’s MTC1 1/10th electric touring car are a replacement carbon fibre main chassis plate as well as several top decks. The main chassis is made from 2.2mm carbon fibre while the single-piece top deck as well as the split ultra-flex front and rear upper plates are machined from 2.0mm material. All are direct replacements for the standard items and available separately.
Teamsaxo have introduced a carbon fibre chassis and top deck for Yokomo’s BD8-2018 touring car. It is understood that the 2.25mm chassis and 2.0mm top plate match the standard kit specifications in terms of outer shape, making them a direct replacement for the kit items.
Coming from Teamsaxo is a new roll-up pit mat. It is made from lightweight yet durable material and the non-slip characteristics and extra thick material make for convenient use. The mat features a flashy Teamsaxo logo and it is resistant to most chemicals used in RC racing.
Coming from Teamsaxo are a replacement 2.2mm carbon fibre main chassis and a 2.0mm top deck. Both are cut from high-quality carbon fibre and is understood that the parts match the Xray stock geometry, making them a direct replacement. Both the chassis and top deck are available separately from now on.