Posts tagged with Chassis

M2C machines Tekno EB48/SCT410 ‘Modded’ chassis

See: M2C M2C Racing has released their newest chassis for the Tekno EB48 and SCT410 platform. The new chassis is made up of 4mm thick 7075 aircraft grade materials and clear anodized. This high grade material greatly increases the overall life of the chassis. M2C has tested and tweeked this chassis to provide racers with a […]

M2C machines new JQRacing White Edition alu chassis

See: M2C M2C Racing has released their new aluminum chassis for the JQRacing THECar White Edition nitro buggy. The chassis includes skid plates as well as “A” and “D” suspension blocks, for use only with the M2C chassis. These updated blocks are necessary to adapt to the skid plate design. These blocks use the stock JQ […]

TLR releases Nats winning 22 chassis

The TLR Race Team has done extensive testing over the summer running multiple different lengths of prototype chassis to determine which offers the best performance for the 22 2.0. Needless to say, the chassis testing resulted in optimal performance from the -2.5mm length prototype, and TLR has now brought this to market. The -2.5mm wheelbase helps […]

M2C skid plate Chassis for MP9, MBX7

Whilst attending the Psycho Nitro Blast in Georgia, we ran into Mitchell Looper of aftermarket firm ‘M2C Racing’ who showed off his trick new line of aftermarket chassis for the Kyosho MP9 TKI 3 buggy, Mugen MBX7 buggy as well as Kyosho’s STRR EVO truggy. Each chassis is made with the finest 7075 T6 aircraft […]

Longer Mugen truggy chassis

Mugen is proud to announce the release of an all New Option 5mm Longer Chassis with 5mm longer read center drive shaft for the MBX6T Truggy. The chassis is extended 5mm on the rear section which will allow for more weight to be placed forward which in turn will increase corner entry speed and stability. […]

Serpent hard on chassis’

Serpent have announced the release of hard anodized chassis for their buggy & truggy models. Designed & released to combat excessive wear on tracks with hard surfaces which traditionally wear chassis bottoms quicker they will last longer and are also a bit stiffer than the stock chassis. Both chassis’ have the Cobra logo engraved on […]