Infinity has released an all new design with a 1/10 scale electric FWD touring car based around the race proven IF14-2.
A compact steering system is specially designed to achieve the ideal front-rear weight balance. The heaviest items of the car such as the steering servo, motor and battery are laid out towards the front section as much as possible. In addition, a dedicated balancing weight is installed inside the front bumper.
By having a layout with the battery on the right hand side of the chassis and the steering servo and other electronics on the left side, an ideal left-right weight balance is achieved.
Achieves excellent throttle response by making the front drive belt as short as possible while adopting a mechanical layout that takes weight balance into consideration.
Front and rear suspension parts from the race proven IF14-2 offer a wide range of tuning and setups possibilities.
Gear differential, front drive shaft and center pulley are the same as IF14-2.
Compatible with shorty or standard size LiPo batteries.
Newly designed front drivetrain layout.
Newly designed servo-integrated motor mount.
Newly designed steering system.
Newly designed adjustable rear chassis stiffener system.
Newly designed upper and lower integrated rear bulkhead.
Newly designed graphite motor mount support plate.
Newly designed graphite 2 piece top deck.
Newly designed graphite 2.25mm main chassis.
Newly designed bumper balance weight (85 grams).
Suspension system, gear differential and front drive shaft are 100% compatible with IF14-2.
Total parts compatibility with IF14-2 approx. 80%.
Tyler Hooks is a recent college graduate with a BBA in management and a Minor in Communications from St. Edwards University as well as a ROAR Stock National Champion and was apart of the IFMAR World Championship USA team in 2016. Tyler is currently an Editor as well as in the Advertising department at Live Race Media and frequently is apart of the broadcast team at major events.