New “interior” picture and some more features and specification have been release from Schumacher on its CAT SX
- 3 belt transmission with efficient low tension belts running on large size CNC machined pulleys.
- Adjustable internal transmission ratio (2.4, 2.6, or 2.8:1) to optimise ratio for brushed or brushless motors.
- Motor rotates the same direction as the wheels creating a car with superb jumping responsiveness and no torque steer effect as is common with shaft drive cars.
- Super free ball diffs with silicone nitride balls, pro spec thrust bearing, and lightened steel outputs.
- Strong steel universal joint driveshafts.
- Smooth twin pad slipper clutch with easy access adjustment.
- Unique clamp motor mount to fine tune weight distribution, and allow motor changes without affecting gear mesh.
- Industry standard wheel fittings.
- Eccentric bearing housings for adjustment of belt tension and diff height.
- Layshaft or front one way option. Overdrive front pulley option.
- Internal gear cover.
- Optimum weight distribution with â€˜4+2â€™ NiMh batteries or stick pack lipo layout.
- 2.5mm aerospace grade carbon fibre chassis and top deck.
- Horizontally split transmission housings for ease of maintenance and diff access.
- Ultra narrow chassis design to minimise grounding on roll.
- Rigid servo mount directly onto transmission housing for precise steering.
- Dirt protected with tight fitting body and undertray.
- O ring wing mount system to avoid crash damage.
- Purple titanium turnbuckles included.
- Class leading suspension geometry with durable components and a huge range of adjustments to set up your CAT to any track conditions.
- Adjustable rear roll centres, inboard toe-in/toe-out, anti squat and track width.
- Adjustable front roll centres, inboard toe-in/toe-out, track width and rake angle.
- Pro spec shocks with titanium nitride shafts, CNC machined pistons with recessed â€˜eâ€™clips, threaded collars, twin O ring sealing and diaphragm volume compensation.
- Strong and rigid 4mm carbon fibre shock brackets.
Source : Schumacher