HB – Cyclone D4 Electric 4WD Competition Buggy

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Hot Bodies is going to enter the famously competitive 4WD electric off-road class with this amazing new prototype buggy. In keeping with the tradition of the World Champion Cyclone car and championship-winning Lightning 2 Pro rallycross buggy, Hot Bodies has been designing, developing and testing this new prototype for several months in secret.

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Making its debut at the IFMAR World’s Warm-Up Race last year, this new design captured the attention of the off-road racing world when it TQ’d and won at its first major race! Top Japanese racers have been giving the new buggy a workout since then, and we are expecting its imminent release in the coming months!

4WD electric buggy racing has always been a racing class that is seen as the off-road class for the elite, a tough-to-crack category of off-road racing which is difficult to master and features the fastest, best-handling off-road machines available! Hot Bodies is aiming to jump feet-first into this category with a top-level, championship-quality kit that anyone will be able to use.

Just check out this impressive list of standard specifications:
Carbon graphite double deck chassis (2.5mm)
Front and rear carbon graphite shock towers (3.5mm)
Machined aluminium motor mount
Threaded aluminium long-stroke oil-filled shocks
Front and rear ball diffs with carbide diff balls
Optional front one-way will be available
Suspension mounts with a built-in bushing for impact durability
Slipper clutch system
Universal shafts for front, rear and center
Titanium turnbuckles
Custom body and wing
Custom wheels — standard wheels can be used
Tires or inner foams not included
Battery trays for 3×3 cells

Keep checking here to see sneak peeks and more details! Hot Bodies is keeping the electric 4WD buggy class alive with this new and exciting top-level racing buggy!

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Source : HBeurope

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