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Old 03-06-2018, 08:45 PM
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Default D drive chassis

I have a D drive Chaswsis on my old 103, and I have to say that car handled beautifully, the moncoch chassis improved regidity, and it was a dream to drive, not the easiest to work on though.
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Looks like a current F1 chassis. Nothing really stands out. Sorry...
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Old 03-09-2018, 08:48 AM
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This image is a little more informative... it certainly stiffens the chassis and adds a bit more scale realism.
http://www.redrc.net/wp-content/uplo...nityIF11-7.jpg
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Stiffer front end should help allot on black carpet
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I like it, because its different, as stated the D-drive was fun with the HPI Super F1 front end on the F103, and not as stiff as running the Carbon Plate chassis from HPI. Never got to try the HPI Carbon Monocoque.
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Any news on this car?
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Euro Touring Series Ľ Chassis Focus ? Jitse Miedema
I'm still looking for a new F1 chassis and the more I think about this car the more I like the design. Their is a lot of flex, stress and fatigue on the narrow front portion of the typical F1 chassis plate. The monocoque design solves this problem and looks more scale.
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Old 07-30-2018, 08:46 AM
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... Very cool to have the different upper arm option for finer camber adjustment. Infinity take an interesting approach with their product line - refining some of the best kits on the market (Arc, Mugen) and it looks like they will do the same with their F1 although the prototype appears to have parts from several manufactures Serpent, Destiny, Xenon, Roche - hard to tell for sure.
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Red RC ? RC Car News Ľ Infinity IF11 1/10th Formula car kit
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It's a miracle - sturdy looking servo saver included! That might seal the deal for me... no more buying Xray kits just for the servo savers LOL.
http://www.creationmodel.net/images/...M-00005_08.jpg
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It's a miracle - sturdy looking servo saver included! That might seal the deal for me... no more buying Xray kits just for the servo savers LOL.
http://www.creationmodel.net/images/...M-00005_08.jpg
you know you could just buy the servo saver from xray right?
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Looks like a PITA to work on anything at the front of the car. Also there is a front/rear split now in the chassis, might introduce a wear/break/flex point. Other than that, it looks super cool. I wouldnít mind having one as a novelty. I missed the boat many years ago on the D-drive F103 monocoque.
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Looks like a PITA to work on anything at the front of the car. Also there is a front/rear split now in the chassis, might introduce a wear/break/flex point. Other than that, it looks super cool. I wouldnít mind having one as a novelty. I missed the boat many years ago on the D-drive F103 monocoque.
I dont agree, the top of the monocoque comes off as you can see from the picture below and you have full access to all your electronics and such. Its just a few extra screws



Also thats kind of the whole reason for the monocoque design is for tuning the flexibility of the chassis.
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Hey man if you say so. Donít get me wrong, I like it. Is it practical? Not so much. To get access to the servo, you need to remove the top half, which includes the upper arms, maybe disassembling the steering knuckles. And that just an example. Hopefully you donít need to get to that servo horn very often.

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Hey man if you say so. Donít get me wrong, I like it. Is it practical? Not so much. To get access to the servo, you need to remove the top half, which includes the upper arms, maybe disassembling the steering knuckles. And that just an example. Hopefully you donít need to get to that servo horn very often.

its just 2 maybe 4 screws that come out and the top half comes off. No need to take off arms or knuckles.
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