Printed frame components for a slot-car chassis optimized or small, or narrow cars. Not narrow enough for a 60s era F1 car, it was initially developed for a Mercedes W196 model.
• A virtually infinitely adjustable wheelbase.
•A sprung front axle, enabling front wheel contact with the track, while ensuring the guide is well seated, making good electrical contact.
•sprung body mounting posts. These “Googie Mounts” Help to reduce unsprung weight, while providing true vibration damping. I suggest, if possible to add weight to the car,s body shell as opposed to the chassis for smoother operation.
•Guide is provided with the chassis.
To complete this chassis you will need:
1mm music wire (spring steel wire)
1mm drill and pin-vise
3/16 O.D. bushings or bearings for rear axle
3/32 axles front and rear
wheels, tires, gears.
slim-can type motor
wire and pickup braids