The new TF7 represents a full model change from the existing TF6 SP, with nearly every critical component redesigned to withstand the intensity of modern high-powered electric touring car competition. The redesign has given particular focus to optimizing roll balance and mechanical grip. Under the severe stress of cornering at full brake from a 100km/h straight run, the high-end electric touring cars of today that can manage this previously impossible situation better than others by working both sides of the machine in unison for optimal roll characteristics and improved control stability, produce the ultimate result: faster times. To realize this the TF7 has symmetrically arranged screws for each part fixed directly to the main chassis such as the bulkhead and motor mount. In addition, the battery and steering servo that were fixed directly onto the main chassis of the TF6 SP have been changed to floating mounts on the TF7 to minimize their effect on chassis roll. Mechanical grip is increased by changing the thickness and shape of the main chassis together with a one-piece upper plate. Under competitive race conditions with controlled tires and power, the TF7 delivers a dominant racing edge.
Symmetrical arrangement of bulkhead and motor mount screws realizes uniform left/right chassis roll.
Fiberglass tape mounting of the battery on the TF6 has been replaced with a floating mount plate on the TF7 for optimal roll characteristics.
Equipped with aluminum servo mount. Cantilever structure fixed by floating mount minimizes the servo’s impact on chassis roll characteristics.
2.5mm thickness of TF6 main chassis has been changed to 2.25mm to improve mechanical grip. One-piece upper plate also produces pitching rigidity.
Rear gear diff features lightweight resin bevel gears for improved pick up performance. High-strength aluminum cup joints are included to handle high power output.
2mm shorter shocks than previous model and revised shape of shock stay deliver lower mount to control the level of roll on high-grip surfaces.
Shorter suspension arms combine with shorter shocks to deliver controlled maneuverability. Setting of sus holders can be changed to bushes for greater racing effectiveness.
Includes special resin stay that allows a 30mm or 40mm motor cooling fan to be bolted on.
Equipped with double joint universal swing shafts that maximize effectiveness with front spool.
2nd gear ratio of 1.83:1 on the TF6 has been changed to 1.90:1 on the TF7 for improved throttle response.
Larger pulley extends life cycle of the drive belt.
Aluminum one-piece motor mount compatible with high power minimizes gear trouble during racing.
Adjustable battery stopper allows various battery sizes to be installed.
Standardized front/rear bulkheads optimize chassis balance as well as improve spare parts efficiency.
Stabilizer is compatible with the Ultima and Lazer electric off road models.
＜ Required for operation ＞
2-3 channel, 1-servo R/C System
540 size motor
Battery for chassis
Batteries for transmitter