Vigor RC have introduced a range of carbon fibre parts for the Xray T4 2018 touring car kit. Available now are a 2.25mm and 2.0mm carbon fibre main chassis as well as 2.0mm and 1.6mm top decks, with the thinner chassis and top deck being best suited for low grip conditions. Also available are 3.0mm carbon fibre front and rear shock towers. All parts are CNC-machined from high-quality carbon fibre.
Vigor RC have introduced a set of 0 degree +1 rear aluminium C-hubs for RTC-equipped Yokomo BD8 touring cars. The hubs are of +1 specification and thus wider than the standard parts which results in improved corner speed and traction. The hubs are machined from high-quality 7075 alloy, they weigh in at only 4.9g and use a grub screw to hold the suspension pins which further adds to the overall precision.
Vigor RC have introduced ball-raced anti-roll bar mounts for the Yokomo BD8 touring car. Machined from 7075 aluminium and coming black anodised and with silver edge details, the parts will directly attach to the car’s front and rear bulkheads and their design with ball bearings makes for greatly improved precision and smoothness, resulting in greater suspension efficiency. The parts also do away with the need to adjust the swaybar slop, making for more convenient car building, maintenance and set-up. The set includes four mount and bearing and it is usable with the original centre swaybar tube.
Coming from Vigor RC and made for the Yokomo BD8 touring car is an aluminium 0 degree rear C-hub. The hub is machined from high-quality 7075 alloy, it weighs in at only 4.9g and is made to replace the composite part of the RTC system, resulting in improved precision and more traction. The C-hubs come in pairs and use a grub screw to hold the suspension pins which further adds to the overall precision.
Vigor RC have introduced two new carbon fibre option parts for the Yokomo BD8 in the form of a flex chassis and a front bumper brace. Starting with the chassis, the part is machined from high-quality 2.5mm material and special cut-outs make for increased flex which results in higher corner speeds. The chassis weighs in at 66g, about the same as the standard 2.25mm chassis. The second new part is a carbon fibre front bumper brace that was designed to replace the standard composite plastic item with a more rigid and also cooler looking item. The brace includes two carbon fibre bushings.
Vigor RC have introduced new carbon fibre option parts for the Tamiya TRF419X touring car. First up is a 2.25mm lower chassis that features a fully symmetrical design, offering equal steering characteristics in both directions. On top of this the chassis provides higher corner speeds and improved car balance. Next up are 2.0mm and 1.6mm carbon fibre upper decks. A direct replacement for the stock part the top decks allow to fine-tune the overall grip available with the thinner 1.6mm plate being recommended especially for low-grip conditions. Last but not least are carbon fibre battery retainers. The L-shaped parts keep the battery in place even in hard impacts and they come in sets of two.
New from Vigor RC is this carbon tweak rod for the Yokomo BD8. Featuring a special cutout for BD8’s offset spur gear, the rod helps to easily and conveniently remove any chassis tweak even when using large diameter spur gears on the low profile chassis of the BD8.
Coming from Vigor RC and made for Xray’s XB2 ’16 and ’17 are a carbon fibre chassis and a battery brace. Starting with the chassis, the part is machined from high-quality 2.5mm carbon fibre and it is designed to replace the standard aluminium chassis. The lightweight material saves about 30 percent of weight with the carbon fibre chassis weighing in at about 86g. It fits the carpet and dirt edition kits, allows the use of several battery positions and it includes a protective chassis skin and mounting hardware.