XRAY: X4F'24 1/10 FWD Touring Car Kit
The latest XRAY FWD touring car, the X4F'24 has arrived. With more upgrades over the original, this is a great step in the development of one of the best FWD cars on the market.
2024 All-new Features.
- 2mm shorter wheelbase improves steering and handling characteristics
- Lower profile motor mount with more slick design eliminates collision with top deck when flexing
- 3mm centering pins improve motor mount reliability when using limited mounting screws for flex tuning
- Narrower motor bulkhead insert moves motor 1mm inward for better chassis roll characteristics and provides more space for the pinion gear
- Heavy duty lower bulkheads improve durability while maintaining ultra-low weight
- Heavy duty upper clamps improve durability in hard crashes
- 9mm shorter XLP shocks improve cornering speed, steering response, and stability for better control on all surfaces
- 2.6g lighter shocks remove 10.4g from the ends of the chassis improving weight placement while retaining the same internal oil volume compared to ULP shocks for consistent dampening
- New pistons improve travel from the more compact shock design
- 3mm shorter springs match the XLP shocks. Available in a full range of standard spring rates plus 2 new alternatives of the progressive springs C2.4-2.7 and C2.6-2.9
- The most popular spring combo is included in the kit: C2.5-2.8 in front and C2.6 in rear
- All-new membrane shape and material reduces the need for maintenance. The membranes have a longer lifespan for consistent rebound characteristics
- 8mm lower front shock tower matches XLP shocks and lowers CG with two optimized shock mounting positions
- Strengthened rear shock tower improves durability in severe crashes and improves CG and optimize handling.
- ECS axles feature grooves for the new SCS - Spring Clip System that secures the wheel hub to the axle for easier assembly and maintenance.
- Now included 0.5mm narrower wheel hexes using the new SCS and improve steering and traction
- BB drive shafts improve cornering speed and rotation
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