February 23, 2018

Chassis Focus – Neil Cragg

Chassis: Team Associated RC10B6.1
Motor: Reedy Sonic 6.5T
Batteries: Reedy 4000mAh
Radio/Servo: KO/Reedy
Tires: Schumacher (handout)
Body: Kit
Remarks – Winner of the last EOS encounter in Daun, Neil Cragg is debuting Team Associated’s RC10B6.1 Buggy. The new car features an updated gearbox that allows a differential height adjustment and makes maintenance easier thanks to quicker diff access. The chassis is some 2mm shorter than the previous version and the front shock tower has also been updated. Neil is using a complete aluminium steering system, aluminium uprights and 67mm driveshafts. A Pro-Line front wing and steel chassis weight complete the option part list.

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