Recently, the team set out to a local track called PYC to test out all our economical version of our cars: The XQ1S and XM1S to get a better understanding of handling characteristics and obtain a basic setup. PYC was chosen due to the neutral track conditions and thus setups will work in most areas

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The team was hard at work all day at the track.

 

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Shot of our Execute XQ1S, silver hexes are prototype versions of our already released 4.25mm narrow hexes. 43037181_2201038133253514_793177809852825600_n

Massive pinion and very small spur gear used for blinky GT class testing.IMG_20181003_123712_1 Track temperatures reached 55 degrees celcius, perfect for testing our cars in harsh conditions.IMG_20181003_174237 Due to the hot track temps, we tested a carbon top deck (Taken from our XQ1) to see if it would help combat the high temps. Turned out, it worked very well.IMG_20181003_153923 We put the car in it's stock form to test right at the start, with our 40X V2 competition wheelset to simulate racing conditions.IMG_20181003_174227 Different springs and graphite top deck was changed from the stock and we called it a day!

 

Setups:

 


Execute XM1S

 


Execute XQ1S