Here's some pictures of our new TC6.2 Carbon Fiber Chassis. I figured we'd call it the RSD7 in order to keep the tradition going...
Many of the features in the chassis are the same as with the aluminum chassis. I have been doing a lot of testing with it for the past couple of days and I am extremely happy with the results. It's probably a little more nimble than the aluminum chassis at the expense of a little stability. However, the lap times are very similar. If you are looking for an optional CF Chassis for you 6.2, you'll love it. My Car is consistently .15 seconds faster per lap with this chassis over the stock version.
-The shape of the chassis has been engineered so that the car can roll and pitch more naturally, increasing the traction and the steering of your TC6.2, which translates into more corner speed and stability.
-The chassis has been narrowed to 85mm to promote more roll in the corners as well as allow you to run lower ride height when necessary, both which help your TC corner faster.
-The battery position is pushed further back to promote more corner entry steering.
-The chassis is drilled to adapt an optional motor mount (coming soon)
-Optional keyed-in cf battery holders available.
-Drilled holes underneath the front bellcranks allow easy access to the inverted bellcrank screws. (This makes you life so much better if you have ever lost a screw.)