December 30, 2020

Xpress spur gear support plate

Designed specifically for Drift cars, mount your spur evenly with this aluminium spur gear support plate. The aluminium plate creates an evenly distributed load which allows for a more precise and quiet drivetrain. Comes in the signature black with red highlighted edges and laser engraved Xpress logo.

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December 8, 2020

Xpress Execute XQ10F FWD chassis

Xpress have released a complete FWD version of their Execute XQ10 featuring a FWD drivetrain combined with a more centrally located centre of gravity. By moving the centre pulley, the motor has been moved forwards as well, putting more weight forward and changing the weight balance. Combined with a purpose shaped chassis deck, which is the result of extensive testing, combined with shorty LiPos offer the best chassis flex. Retaining the screw holes which allow for the installation of the rear T-Plate, this lets you limit the amount of rear flex as well. The topdecks also have Xpress’ signature flex elimination design integrated which allows you to further fine tune the chassis flex.

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November 30, 2020

Xpress XQ10 high flex chassis

New for the Execute XQ10, Xpress have released this high flex chassis. Designed for use in low grip conditions, it will increase drivability as this chassis will generate more mechanical grip at the expense of some corner speed. Machined from 2.25mm thick carbon fibre.

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November 25, 2020

Xpress M-Chassis short shock towers

As the M-Chassis class starts to get more competitive, Xpress have released new short shock towers that fit their range of Execute mini cars. A bolt on upgrade for the XM1, XM1S and FM1S, the front and rear carbon shock towers are made to work in conjunction with their V2 long travel short shock set.

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November 13, 2020

Xpress XQ10 adjustable Ackermann steering plate

From Xpress for their XQ10, this new adjustable Ackermann steering plate allows the user to adjust the distance between the two ballends on the steering bridge through the use of inserts. What this achieves is different Ackermann settings and adjusts how much steering angle difference you can achieve between the outside and inside tires when you turn. By using a larger distance (bigger number) the outside wheel will turn more and create a more aggressive feeling. The 8.0mm insert will make the wheels turn at a more equal angle and will result in a more stable driving car. The other inserts included are 8.5 and 9.0.

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