Scorched Parts unique Carbon Fibre and 7075 Chassis.
This is a ‘drop in’ replacement for the stock chassis. On the 'GT' version, everything swaps over simply and easily.
This chassis has a thicker 4mm base giving massive stiffness to resist torque twist. End sections are 7075 T6 aluminium to minimise the mass of those parts
Includes correct chassis ‘kick up’ at the front to maintain correct steering geometry.
Utilising a composite construction with 7075 end pieces to take the high loads. No problems with droop screws or weakness in thin sections.
Made from 4mm top quality Toray 3k carbon fibre, providing fantastic strength to weight ratio. Precision machining for a perfect fit and a high quality satin finish.
Also check out our special FULL LENGTH carbon fibre chassis option!
Direct replacement for stock chassis including all holes for mounting of stock components. Spur gear slot is removed (standard gearing still fits). As per the stock chassis the motor mount can be reversed allowing a bigger / longer motor to be assembled on the rear / right hand side of the chassis.
GTC Custom Version:
This is the same at the GT version, but all the holes for stock battery tray and receiver box have been removed.
Mounting holes for an Arrma stand alone servo mount (like the Scorched Parts Carbon / Aluminium mount) are provided at the front.
Any other mounting holes must be added by the user
SPC Custom Version:
As per the GT Custom version, but the motor mount is moved rearwards allowing fitment of a motor up to length 134mm on the front left hand side, keeping motor weight at the front. The Scorched Parts Pinocchio Spool setup is REQUIRED for this chassis. The mount can still be flipped to have the motor on the rear right side. Please refer to the pictures.
Mounting holes for the Castle XLX2 are provide at the rear left. See the pictures of this layout.
Standard Width chassis also available - see other item.
Check out our Side Body Posts and awesome battery strap mounts that enable custom battery positioning!
To mount components, we recommend using masking tape to mark out and drill the chassis. Please see our Drill and Countersink set also available on the website!