The radical design and uniqueness of this class requires countless hours of testing and research. The setup and pictures seen here are the result of hour-after-hour of on-track testing and development. The Dirtinator has used the modifications and this setup with great success in the Short Course Showdown Series, most recently taking the TQ and win at Tacoma R/C Raceway.
(Brian was instrumental in developing the optional steering rack. This helps make the car more neutral, yet turns tight corners.)
(Kinwald has removed some material to allow for cooling fans on his motor. These are from Reedy (#605).)
(Here you can see the use of the "C" hub towers (#ASC9873) to raise the camber link on the rear hubs. Note the 7mm of washers on the inner ball stud as well.)
(Kinwald has always preferred the bling. Note the gold ballstuds (#ASC91118 - 91121), blue aluminum screw kit (#ASC91172) and titanium shock mounts (#ASC91139).)
(To optimize the weight distribution, BK prefers 60g of weight (#ASC31296) ahead of the servo.)