Option parts XRAY X1’20 chassis & aluminium rear pod lower plate mars 25, 2020 by Chris Leave a Comment XRAY have introduced two new chassis and a new aluminium rear pod lower plate for the X1’20. The 2.5mm chassis is made from harder graphite material was developed for very-high traction conditions, or when using tires that offer a lot of steering which makes the car more difficult to drive. The chassis makes the car more stable and easier to drive, and eliminates oversteering. The super-narrow chassis allows for maximum traction while having excellent steering and cornering speed. The chassis has ideal torsional stability to help eliminate the “scrub effect” in high-speed corners. It allows to adjust the wheelbase of the front suspension and features 3 wheelbase alternatives. Shopping! Wartelle Shop Shopping! Donuts Racing Shopping! RC Team Shopping! Absolute Hobbyz The 2.0mm aluminium Flex chassis is CNC-machined from Swiss 7075 T6 aluminum and contains special cutout openings for increased flex. The chassis is recommended for and works extremely well on medium and high-traction tracks. It generates more traction and gives improved steering. Narrow design eliminates contact with the track in corners while rolling, and offers improved cornering speed. Includes a slot for a composite battery backstop which allows 5mm battery position adjustment when using the most frequently used cross-chassis alignment configuration. For use with #371158 alu rear pod plate. The chassis allows to adjust the wheelbase of the front suspension and it features 3 wheelbase alternatives. The rear lower pod plate is CNC-machined from 2.0mm premium-grade Swiss 7075 T6 aluminum and comes with countersunk holes for a smooth and flat bottom. It was redesigned to work with the independent wing mount system and with the aluminium chassis. Source: XRAY Partagez1TweetezEnregistrer1 PartagesAbout ChrisFounder of circusrc.com, journalist & photographer in the RC world for several years, Chris is passionate about RC, racing and technique. Whether in France or in the world, he is trying to bring high-quality information and photos for enthusiasts... and make you want to join the world of RC!