XRAY XB8E – All New 2018

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Based on the ultra-successful XB8 platform, XRAY proudly presents the 2018-spec XB8E which incorporates the latest improvements and refinements gathered by the team, race-proven in the highest competition races around the world.

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All-new 2018

  • All-new chassis with more space between front wheels and side guards, new positions for rear brace for improved chassis flex characteristics, and chamfered front edges for less dirt pick-up
  • All-new chassis design is now fully compatible between XB8 & XB8E platforms
  • All-new wing mount is 40% lighter with super-low CG. With considerably less weight behind the rear suspension, this significantly improves handling characteristics. All-new construction allows more flex. Features new, optimized wing mounting positions
  • All-new rear brace between wing mount and rear chassis brace prevents rear gearbox breakage during impacts, as well as moving the transfer of energy to a different part of the chassis
  • All-new weight transfer from rear wing to the middle of the car reduces tension on the rear diff bulkhead
  • All-new rear body holder
  • All-new rear shock tower features two lines of shock absorber mounting positions and an updated design to allow fitment of the new wing mount and gearbox brace
  • Harder rear lower arms for increased side stability and improved durability in hot conditions
  • All-new stronger, reinforced steering ball joints for increased reliability
  • All-new composite graphite ball cup between steering ball and nut ensures free operation of pivot balls even in extremely dusty conditions
  • All-new improved diff O-rings for more precise differential sealing
  • Softer shock membranes for improved shock performance in bumpy conditions
  • Front & rear CVD drive shafts for increased rear traction
  • 2.6mm rear sway bar for increased traction
  • All-new stronger head screws for diff bulkheads for more reliability
  • High-speed body for improved handling on high-speed tracks and improved rotation in tight corners
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