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Serpent: X20 '21 Medius 1/10 Touring car

Serpent dropped the Medius X20 ‘21 1/10 EP: alighter, faster and more adjustable touring car evolution of the original X20 Medius. Designers have improved some handling characteristics to make the car more nimble and improve corner speed, stiffening of the chassis in critical areas to change the flex points along with tweaking the roll center has led to the all improved speed.

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Hudy released a new Alignment Tool for touring car drivers (for bulkheads with spacing of 17mm) that allows for easy, comfortable and fast alignment. This tool is placed between the left and right bulkheads with the included steel shafts. With the block and pins in place the driver can loosen and retighten both the lower bulkhead mounting screws and also the upper clamps and shock towers for perfect alignment of all parts.

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RX-10SR 2.0

The Japanese R/C brand Destiny Racing has publish all the informations of their new RX-10SR 2.0 1/10th Scale Electric Touring Car. The model has a new chassis layout with a belt ratio and the motor positioned forward for a better steering response and cornering speed. The 2.25mm carbon fibre chassis features a new floating servo mount and bell crank steering system, high quality hard coated short dampers, front and rear graphite shock towers, new front and rear lower suspension arms and 7075 aluminum upper bulkhead and linkage mount to adjust the roll centre.

RX-10SR 2.0

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XT 2020

RS5 Modelsport has released the first CAD images of their new XT 2020 large scale gas touring car kit. One of the new chassis features is the adjustable wheelbase. With spacers You can adjust the wheelbase, or shift the weight distribution of the car. This will help You to fine tune the handling of the car.

For short tracks with a lot of slow corners the short wheelbase make the car more agile, and the long wheelbase help to make the car easy to drive at big tracks with fast corners.

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Kyosho has start the distribution of the new Fazer Mk2 ReadySet with a body replica of the Alpine GT4. Kyosho has taken its standard touring car chassis and given it a full model makeover that has evolved performance to a new level.

A simplified design with fewer parts has improved maintenance efficiency and reduced weight while core strength and rigidity has been increased through new materials and ribbing and stiffeners on front and rear.

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