So a lot of people have been guessing and thinking we’ll be releasing a mid layout car. We haven’t done that and i’ll explain why? Because we thought to aim this car for newcomers and we thought this traditional setup would be good for newcomers and easier to install electronics because for mid layout cars it might be a bit difficult to solder, wires and etc. All right and now i’m going to show you some new features that we have on this car. The most obvious standout part, is the body support. So what this does is when you’re cornering and your car rolls does this? Without these, your body might scrape on the floor and might not give good handling and consistency with these and they’re adjustable with height, so they can be used with different sort, different bodies and what this does when you’re cornering it lifts the body up. So your body doesn’t scrape on the floor. One small detail is a the new bumper we use on our xq10 we’ve included it here as well a small feature, but um will be useful for using different kinds of bodies. This time we’ve not included roll bars as well, because it might be difficult to install for newcomers as well. Our roll bars are may might prove difficult to install and this time we’ve included short sharks, they’re uh, dimensionally they’re the same as our xq10 ones, but uh comes with plastic bodies to reduce costs and make it easier for people to enter the sport.
Next up is the uh upper bulkhead. At first glance, it might look the same, but we’ve made some small uh updates, including like different camera link positions and we’ve, also modified the shape slightly so that you can flip the spool to have high or low roll center. Next up are the arms we’ve included the strong arms that we’ve been testing and using to great success and we’ve decided to include that as well. These use the 3mm three millimeter suspension pins, which give a better stiffness on the suspension bit on the seahawk, especially which gives very good handling for the top deck. You can see this thing here. Uh express fans will be no stranger to this, which lets you adjust. The stiffness of the car onto the middle of the car we’ve included the flex elimination bit which we’ve introduced with our xq10 as well. So we’ve brought a lot of um stuff that we’ve been testing and using on the xq10 to the to our new xq2s, which might prove uh good for newcomers when they decide to upgrade. This stuff will be familiar as well, Music for the battery mounting we’ve, designed this brand new mounting system, which does away with the need for tape, and you can i’ll show you you can do it like this Music and you take the battery out how this works Is there’s a spring in underneath here and it locks very tight and with during testing we’ve, actually tried hitting the wall and stuff and the battery has not flown out uh onto the rear of the car.
Nothing special really uh we’ve kept the same suspension mounts and stuff. Oh one bit, uh is the steering rack it’s, also, Uglavnom, a plastic version of the xq10 version, because uh this allows you to run more steering lock like upwards to like 32 Stupnjeva. The motor mount area we’ve updated a tiny little bit, we’ve um. Let me take the battery Music, it might be difficult to see, but uh we’ve changed this uh flex plate. So what this gun does? Is you see this row of screws here? You can adjust the flex by taking out or putting more screws, but right now, it’s at the stiffer settings which uh gives the easiest to drive. The car and here you’ll see the bottom of the chassis Music, which is basically the same with just a different, slightly different cutout, Dobro, To je, it uh. This should uh, be hitting shelves uh around january february of 2021 uh and see you on the track soon.