if i understood correctly you'll like to know how many mm the king pin extrude fromthe lower bottom arm.
If i'm not wrong it should be a couple of mm. however i'll check this evening and i'll confirm you.
Which model do you use???
Touring: WRC STX
F1: WRC F-ONE 200 and 180 mm
ESC:Viper VTX10R; Motor: too many; Radio: Sanwa MT4
Don't follow me.... at the end of the straight there is the hairpin and my wall.....
Tony Vredenberg will be driving the WRC F-One Formula 1 kit from the Italian company for WRC and The-Border in upcoming F1 races.
Because of that, he’s build the WRC F-One kit and we’ve made some pictures of it since there aren’t a lot of closeup pictures on the internet yet of the car.
After having seen the build kit up close, you can’t deny the spectacular engineering and design feats of this car: the dual servo arm system is beautiful and very tightly constructed which makes the car great to drive.
The very beautiful matte finish on the carbon gives this already luxurious car an even more luxurious feeling, all parts are beautifully machines. You can see the dedication in the smallest details such as the king pins which have been CNC machines from large blocks as to create a ultra thin integrated edge so there’s no need for any C-Clips on the king pins.
The heightened front end and short main chassis is a system that hasn’t been seen before in F1 together with the dual servo arm system which both seem to work out great for the car.
The front arms have an engraved ‘180’ on top, indicating that this is the 180mm front end. WRC offers a separate front end for the car in to upgrade the front end to an 200mm F1 car, creating an even wider front end for more stability and grip.