Axial Rc Crawler, Transformer Remote Control Car, Diesel Rc Car

With the continued warming of the SCX10 II, various second-generation axle products on the market are becoming more and more abundant, and each has its own differentiated characteristics. Today we take a look at the Hot Racing SCX10 II axle that has just been launched
Overview of the front of the axle
Overview of the back of the axle
In addition to the improved dimensions of the original part of the second-generation axle, several basic simulated physical structural points are also one of the important elements, and also provide third-party accessories OP vendors identified the basis for standardization.
First look at the transverse plane, with the same caster caster camber angle as the original factory
C seat and bridge tube method combined with the spline sleeve of the original mold
Verify and assemble the original bridge Tube
Looking at the positive side, it is also the same as the original King Pin Inclination 8 degree inclination angle of the king pin
At the same time, it also expands the mechanical structure design of the king pin sinking
Made an evolutionary design, the original Ackerman matrix angle
If you remember correctly, this should be the second Ackerman axle on the market
The steering rod arm on the right side, it ’s a pity here Diesel Rc Car The design seems inadequate, but the arm can be removed separately in the design, and there may be an optimized version in the future. After reading the structure, let ’s take a look at the process part.
Transformer Remote Control Car This time, the hot racing axle is boldly adopted. With the new technology, many simulation details of arcs and stiffeners are added. The entire design structure can hardly see the shadow of the previous Hot Racing style. < Axial Rc Crawler br> At the same time, the silver bridge uses a hard oxygen anode surface process, except for the color sense There is a difference between the feel and ordinary anode, hard oxygen The higher hardness of the surface also has a positive effect on the suppression of small scratches.
Reinforcement technology of the arm on the C seat
Details of the bridge cover, and we see that the bridge cover is also a large number of simulation processes
> In the bridge cover part, we find that the screws are special, very small, and have a higher degree of simulation.
Compare the bridge cover screws of most other axles.
Hot Racing bridge cover screws on the right
Disassembly Axle, we see that the bridge tube and the bridge egg are separated module design, and the bearing card position is also a sheet structure design.
There are skirt card positions on both sides of the bridge cavity, which can be accurate when installing the bridge cover. The positioning is convenient for screw assembly.
Other small highlights, the hollow slot of the steering cup bearing position, easy to dismantle the bearing.
The submerged design of the nut of the arm will bring some convenience to the assembly of the screw.
I found the details again. All the axles are equipped with Taiwan Fangsheng grade 12.9 white nickel-plated screws by default. Players do n’t need to upgrade the screws again according to the requirements of rust and water resistance. Friends who saw the axle in front may notice this car The design of the bridge is rounded, and the volume is very small. How small is it? Let’s use data to speak.
This is the original bridge egg thickness, about 31.5mm.
Hot Racing bridge egg, almost 31.5mm.
Finally, we do a test on the weight / performance ratio that some users care about.
This is the weight of the pure axle housing without the C-steering cup tie rod, about 60 grams.
This is the weight of the entire axle housing. About 100 grams
This time the analysis of Hot Racing SCX10 II
axles is over, I hope that it may help some players to understand the product more rationally and objectively.

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