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Schumacher Mi6 Touring Car

Schumacher Mi6 Touring CarMeet the new Schumacher Mi6 RC touring car kit! Designed for both carpet and asphalt tracks, the new Mi6 comes packed with new features including ball raced suspension pivot mounts, a new lightweight alloy transmission housing, twin point steering, lower motor with a pocketed chassis, 3mm Bando belts, alloy 20t layshaft pulley, PTFE impregnated hard anodized shocks, alloy front spool, new 3mm front and 4mm rear shock towers, steel outputs and much more! Check out the rest of the details and pictures after the jump.

Features

  • Ball raced suspension pivot mounts for reduced friction and easier assembly.
  • Plastic wishbones featuring a sideways mounted damper ball stud for fine adjustment.
  • Lightweight alloy transmission housing incorporating a ball raced anti-roll bar system.
  • Motor mount moves motor in by 1.8mm for more centralised weight distribution and better balance.
  • Twin point steering for a smoother feeling around neutral and more reliability.
  • Lowered motor with pocketed chassis for lower centre of gravity.
  • Chassis profile for optimised flex characteristics.
  • 3mm Bando belts for improved efficiency.
  • 1/8” inboard hinge pins for great impact strength.
  • CNC alloy 20T layshaft pulley with increased bearing span for more durability.
  • Ultra smooth PTFE impregnated Hard Anodised threaded alloy shock absorbers for extreme smoothness and durability.
  • Anti roll bars in 0.1mm increments with laser engraving.
  • Twin o-ring shocks for better oil sealing and improved piston control.
  • Precision ball studs for reduced slop.
  • Body mount system with multiple R-clip positions and 3 body hangers with varying offsets for improved impact reliability and fine adjustment.
  • 3mm front shock tower for reduced weight.
  • CNC alloy front spool for greater reliability.
  • Steel outputs (front and rear) for more reliability and greater life.
  • Aerial tube mount that is both lightweight and offers more secure captivity of the tube.
  • Ultra hard wearing grey ball cup design with adjustment hole.
  • 4mm rear shock tower for increased stiffness.
  • Quick release alloy layshaft fence for quick diff and belt removal.
  • Top adjustable lightweight roll bar sockets and links.
  • Aerospace carbon fibre 2.5mm soft weave chassis and components throughout.
  • Micro 4 degree caster pivot gives super low centre of gravity and super smooth ball raced steering action with optional 6 degree available.
  • Shaped lightweight foam bumper and chassis mounted mouldings.
  • Precision matched shock springs.
  • LiPo retention mouldings.
  • Single sided layshaft mounting with quick release layshaft design for ease of maintenance.
  • Quick release front and rear entry diffs to leave chassis structure intact when removing diffs for maintenance.
  • Alloy front kingpins.
  • “O” ring retained alloy wheel hexes.
  • Adjustable front steering hubs with optional carbon fibre parts.
  • Lightweight 2.50mm hinge pins.
  • Schumacher lightweight gear diff. 1mm wider Alloy rear hex.
  • Hubs with grub screw secured pins, no more e-clips.
  • Fully adjustable, suspension geometry, wheelbase, caster, camber, roll centre, ackerman, droop, anti-dive, anti-squat, front toe in/out, ride height and much more.
  • Dedicated front & rear, reverse cup, high tensile steel, CVD driveshafts, improves all round traction.
  • Speed secret parts available to fine tune to all track conditions.
  • Adjustable rear hub carriers with optional carbon fibre parts.
  • Light weight single piece, centrally mounted, alloy & carbon fibre CNC servo and steering mount, for maximum stiffness in the steering system, and minimal impact on chassis flex.
  • Ball mounted 2 piece shock cap for easier building, maintenance, vented option and lighter weight.

Specs

  • Release Date: Late April 2016
  • Part: K161
  • Price: $550 (approx)

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