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TC3 Nitro 1:10 Tourwagen

NTC3 Factory Team 1:10 Nitro 4WD Tourwagen

NTC3 Factory Team 1:10 Nitro 4WD Tourwagen

Gebruikte wedstrijd auto incl motor , uitlaat, 2 bak en uitlaat

Team Associated’s shaft-drive RC10TC3 changed the face of electric touring car racing forever. Now the Team is proud to introduce the Nitro TC3, a new state-of-the-art 4WD nitro-powered touring car designed to raise the standards of nitro sedan performance.

The Nitro TC3 started with the basic proven drive train of the TC3, modified and strengthened to handle the power of today’s nitro engines. A solid aluminum "floating" driveshaft connects the front and rear gearboxes. An all-new suspension was designed to offer the the full range of adjustments; caster, camber, and toe-in, yet be very user-friendly and easy to build using our supplied "setup gauge."

Of course, everybody wants a two-speed in their nitro sedan, so we created a new two-shoe (clutch-type) externally adjustable two speed that solved the common problems of reliability and "floating" shift points found on "finger" type two-speeds. Optional gears offer a wide range of usable ratios for tuning to any size race track. We also used Kimbrough spur gears in all kits.

The Nitro TC3’s brakes also represent a giant leap forward. We looked to the full-size race car teams for a brake pad material that would provide consistent, fade-free braking, and a floating carbon-steel rotor for durability.

The Nitro TC3 is the only nitro touring car that accommodates either pull-start, side exhaust, or rear-exhaust engines, both slide-valve or rotary carburetors, and your choice of flat-pack, hump-pack or dry-cell receiver battery configurations. So no matter what your power preferences are, the Nitro TC3 can handle them.

The newest versions of the Nitro TC3 feature a revised rear suspension (dubbed "ver. 2") with many benefits. In the previous version of the rear suspension, if your car was hit hard in the rear, sometimes the toe links would pop off or the turnbuckles would move in the ball cups. This new setup eliminates the rear toe links.

Attaching the turnbuckles to the hubs and tower by screws strengthens the setup, and provides a wider range of adjustments. The previous design only had two positions for the upper arm. Now there are three positions and the hub carrier upper ball joint can be adjusted vertically.

The use of the lower pivot balls on the hub means toe and track are adjusted by one or both of the pivot balls. Roll center is adjusted by a vertical ballstud on top of the rear hubs. Camber is adjusted by a turnbuckle. You can now use the blade type roll bars on the rear suspension in addition to the front.

399.00  € 229.00