Our Chassis Designs Explained Here!
Whenever there is a new CAR coming out our FACTORY, it has a chassis we uniquely designed to it. 3Dprinted RC car chassis in different designs.
We are always naming them like this: v.1.1
Where v is version
v.1 stands for the car in line we made
v.1.1 at the end means the generation/upgrade
Logically, the higher the middle number, the more advanced that Chassis is.
1st generation RC car CHASSIS – discontinuing
It is built up on 2 pieces of aluminium U-profiles, which are to give adjustable settings in length and parts placing. We are discontinuing this method as the exact U profiles are very hard to get. The other reason is that we have been getting a lot of feedback from you guys wanting a fully 3Dprinted RC car chassis.
- Ford Mustang 1967 Fastback
- BMW M3 GTR (e46)
- Peugeot 406 from TAXI2
- Dom’s Dodge ICE Charger
- Nissan GT-R r35 Liberty Walk Silhouette
2nd generation RC car CHASSIS – discontinuing
It is a fully 3Dprinted RC car Chassis (obtainable parts not included of course). The frame is built up out of standardized pieces. This version introduced the “connecting part” which makes very easy to change the chassis to another of our Body Kit’s saving you some printing time and material. Some of the screws are thin M2 ones.
3rd generation RC car CHASSIS – DESTINY –
We left the M2 screws, which means the M3 ones are giving the frame and the wheels enormous stability. We made previously non-printable parts printed, like the rear shaft dogbone. This new generation will soon be available to all of our cars not just to the VolksWagen GOLF mk.2.
- VolksWagen Golf mk.2
- And ALL of our cars very SOON!
YouTube video SOON!
Custom RC car CHASSIS – Custom DESTINY –
As soon as it gets available -YOU- will be able to make your very own CUSTOM RC car Chassis under any car you would like to! Wheelbase and Front&Rear tracks are fully adjustable. The design is bearing the hallmark of the 3rd generation, M3 screws and many more… A very long YouTube video will tell you all about this one!
- Very SOON!
YouTube video SOON!
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