Coming from VP-Pro and made for the Serpent SRX8E is a high-downforce body shell. It features a roof-top shark fin, a medium cab forward design and its rear flaps make for improved aerodynamics especially at higher speeds. The body comes clear, including overspray film and window masks.
Teamsaxo have introduced their new Mini Bus body shell for 200mm on-road chassis. Moulded from 1.0mm thick polycarbonate and sporting a realistic design the body fits all vehicles with a width of up to 200mm and a 250mm wheelbase.
Coming from Teamsaxo and made for the company’s GT-300W-V2 pan car kit are an aluminium main chassis and lower pod plate. Both parts are cut from high-quality 7075-T6 aluminium and they come black anodised for wear and looks. Of higher overall rigidity than the stock carbon fibre parts both the chassis and pod plate will improve high speed steering while making for a smoother feeling through corners and increased overall corner speed. The parts are available separately but are meant to be used together.
Coming from Teamsaxo are an aluminium main chassis and rear pod plate for the F1-180-V2 formula car. Machined from high-quality 7075-T6 aluminium and coming black anodised and with silver edge details, the chassis and pod plate will add overall rigidity to the chassis assembly which results in improved balance and a more stable car especially in high-grip conditions. Both the chassis and rear pod plate are available separately.
Teamsaxo have introduced a set of carbon fibre front suspension spacers for their line of GT pan cars kits. Including 0.5mm, 1.0mm and 2.0mm thick shims, the set helps to adjust the front ground clearance by raising the front suspension in relation to the chassis plate. The slotted design allows to easily slide the washers between the suspension bracket and chassis without completely undoing the whole assembly.
Fenix Racing have introduced their new formula car ball differential as well as other optional for pan and formula cars. Starting with the ball diff, the assembly uses a 1/4″ Grade 5 titanium axle shaft, triple ball bearings and its design takes axial load away from the bearings for improved durability and higher crash resistance as there is no contact between the ball bearings and the thrust race. The 16-ball diff also features triple disc springs, it utilises a 64 pitch 84T CNC-machined main gear and it weighs in at only 38g.
Asian company Teamsaxo have announced the release of their latest Formula class bodyshell. Made from clear polycarbonate and fitting most of today’s formula pan cars, the body’s design is aimed towards the use on medium to high-bite tracks and according to Teamsaxo it is tuneable in terms of downforce and aerodynamic drag to fine-tune the car’s behaviour.
Teamsaxo have released first renderings of their forthcoming F1-180V2 1/10th formula car. The kit will offer multiple battery mounting positions including transversal and inline mounted packs, it features a centrally mounted laydown steering servo mount, a single bellcrank steering and front arms made up of carbon fibre sheet material with inserts allowing for easy caster adjustments. More information and images will become available in time for the release.