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Mon-Tech: YSOT body for Touring Car 190mm

The Italian Montech Racing introduced a brand new body called YSOT with very high downforce to answer the drivers demand for more downforce for the first ETS carpet heats or for very low traction asphalt track. This body has been tested by pro driver in multiple track around the world in many different conditions.

Mon-Tech: YSOT body for Touring Car 190mm

The Ysot body has a very low front hood with a spoon line that transfer to the car a very precise handling but the real benefit is the new rear design that is able to grant consistent downforce in multiple track conditions giving to the car always good stability.

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New Mon-Tech Racing FWD body

Recently Mon-Tech Racing released a teaser image of their forthcoming new FWD touring car body. This new body will be officially unveiled this week on 11th of December. The Italian company styled it using design cues of a popular European-made hatchback and it features big fenders, a large front splitter and a scale-looking silhouette.

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ITALIA body shell

This autumn is rich with R/C news, the Italian company Mon-tech Racing has just presented the new ITALIA body shell for the Pan Car GT12 1/12th Scale model car. The body is made in collaboration with Schumacher Racing and is designed to give the best possible cornering entrance thanks to the rounded lines of the very low bonnet and pronounced front splitter.

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F94

The Italian brand Mon-Tech Racing in collaboration with A-Paint has announced few new versions of the F94 body shell  for 1/10th Scale formula one models. This body is designed to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna and will be sold already painted with decals applied. Below you can see other colors of the same body that will be available soon.

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M18

Mon-Tech Racing has published the first images of the new M18 body for 1/12th Scale Pan Cars. This body is designed to improve stability, quick changes of direction, speed and cornering control.

The M18 is homologated for EFRA competitions and will be available in two versions: standard and lightened.

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