August 19, 2014

Team Tamale T4 chassis & 12th tire truing adaptors

Team Tamale T4 chassis & 12th tire truing adaptors

Team Tamale have introduced a new Xray T4 chassis made from 7075 T6 as well as 1/12th and 1/10th pan car tire truing adapters for foam tires. This chassis incorporates a few features not found on other T4 aluminium chassis. First, the battery compartment and the electronics side have been milled down. These cutouts will bring the chassis thickness down to 1.5mm. This allows the battery, speed control, receiver and servo to sit lower on the chassis as well as increase the flex through the middle of the chassis for different handling characteristics. You do not have to put the servo on the chassis, but you can used the floating mount. The motor recess have also been made 2mm narrower while limiting bending in this area. To limit the chassis rub in corners they also narrowed this chassis 2mm on each side and added a taper down each side. This will also help with the edge of the chassis catching on the race surface. Finally they have also added a taper at the front and rear areas around the droop screw areas of the chassis to try and limit the extra rub that can be seen with soft springs in high traction.

View details on the truing adaptor here


January 1, 2007

Team Tamale touring car setup wheels

Team Tamale touring car setup wheels

Team Tamale have released these great new setup wheels for electric touring cars running foam tyres. Made from aluminium they are five sided with each side representing a different tyre diameter to check your setup on. They are anodised black, but may come in other colours, and have a chamfered edge and feature the tyre diameter engraved in the side.

Here are set-up wheels for your touring cars running foam tires. These have 5 sides on them for 5 different sizes of foam tires. We all know how suspension settings change as foam tires wear. These set-up wheels give you the ability to set your suspension settings for tire sizes ranging from 58mm down to 56mm in .5mm increments.

Source: Team Tamale [teamtamale.com]