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New Schelle Racing B64 front top deck, Type 3 steering arms, and TLR 22 diff rebuild kits

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By Mike Garrison

Press Release from Schelle Racing Innovations:

New B64 Front Top Deck, Type 3 Steering Arms and TLR 22 Diff Rebuild/Refresh Kits

4 new products release this week, all available now!  2 for theTeam Associated B64 and 2 for the TLR 22 platform.

The Schelle B64 Front Top Deck will become a must-have accessory for racers.  Racers will love the the driving feel:  With the top deck the car turns, sets, and exits in a smooth arc.   The new flex characteristics make the front end more predictable and consistent.  In testing, drivers were able to do more fast laps and less crashes.   Put short, it inspires confidence to push your car.   Once you run this part, you won't want to take it off your car.


  • CNC machined 2.5mm Carbon Fiber.
  • 4 stainless steel mount screws included.
  • Consistent and predictable chassis flex in cornering.
  • Fits B64 and B64D.

B64 Type 3 steering arms are a slight tweak on the geometry of our Type 1 blocks to gain more stability on tracks with larger sweeping turns.  The Type 3 mimic the shorter leverage and quick reaction of Type 1, but with a more mellow Ackermann that is suited for flowing tracks when you need less steering and to stay smooth.   The holes are a replica location of adapting the B6 steering arms onto a B64, while still keeping the kit steering stops.   

You may ask...what about Type 2?   Those are still in development, not ready for prime-time yet!

For TLR owners, we have the SCH1391 Pro-Built Refresh and Rebuild differential kits.  The rebuild kit comes complete with the same parts and precision grade 3/32” Tungsten Carbide diff balls (14), ceramic caged thrust, rings, spring and t-nut we use on our Pro-Built MIP Bi-Metal TLR complete diffs.

If you’re looking for just a refresh, the SCH1390 kit contains: Tungsten Carbide balls (14), rings, and new diff spring for that in-between maintenance.

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