Enduro RC Independent Front Suspension (IFS) Conversion Kit + Photos + Video

Enduro RC Independent Front Suspension (IFS) Conversion Kit + Photos + Video RC News
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Designed as a direct bolt-on for the Element RC Enduro chassis, this Independent Front Suspension (IFS) Conversion Kit is the perfect scale accessory.

 

It features injection-molded upper and lower suspension arms with optimized ball cups for fluid suspension articulation. The high-clearance steering incorporates an aluminum swing rack and steering plates for durability and a more precise feel.

Built with durability and performance in mind, the Element RC IFS Conversion Kit will make your Enduro stand out on the trail.

Steering rack: The included aluminum swing rack and steering plates give the IFS suspension a precise, solid feel.

Steering blocks: 100% compatible with steering blocks from previous Enduro chassis and allows up to 45º of steering.

Suspension: Injection-molded upper and lower suspension arms and optimized ball cups provide maximum suspension articulation.

IFS conversion for Enduro chassis: The Independent Front Suspension conversion kit is a direct bolt-on accessory for all Element RC Enduro chassis. Whether it’s an RTR or Builder’s Kit, the IFS conversion is perfect when building a modern rig.

The IFS Conversion can be easily installed on the Axial SCX10, SCX10ii, and SSD Trail King with a few additional parts. These parts can be printed at home via FREE-to-download stl files here OR purchased from our shapeways.com store.

Features

  • Metal servo horn
  • Aluminum steering plates and rack
  • Steel hinge pin brace
  • 12mm wheel hexes
  • CMS (Chassis Mounted Servo)
  • Durable front skid plates
  • Integrated servo winch mount
  • Universal front drive shafts
  • Metal input pinion gear
  • Metal ring gear
  • Heavy-duty 5mm diameter steel links
  • Metal ball bearings

For more information, visit www.teamassociated.com

 

 

 

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