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[First Photos] The All-New Boom Racing BRX02


***Order Information***

The BRX02 will be available on Asiatees Hobbies (https://www.atees.com) for pre-order at 7AM PST January 17 (Monday) 2022. Number plates are on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Team Raffee Co. D110 body can be purchased together and are optional.

Shipping starts on or before January 24, 2022.

 

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The scale performance continues!

The BRX02 is Boom Racing's latest top-of-the-line scale performance off-road chassis. It is the result of continuous development and improvement of the highly-rated BRX01, developed in close collaboration with many scale hobbyists around the world. With the BRX02, you can expect to build an ultra-realistic R/C model vehicle that gives you great performance out in the rough country.

The BRX02 is available in two different suspension geometries - a full leaf spring with dampers version (BR8005) and a 4-link suspension with shocks version (BR8004).

The BRX02 fits the Team Raffee Co. D110 Station Wagon TRC/302214 and D110 Pick-Up TRC/302215 hard bodies.

All BRX02 come with a pair of unique UK license plates that are numbered which matches the chassis number, on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

 

Photos / Features / Specs

BRX02 1/10 4WD Radio Control Chassis Kit Leaf Spring with Dampers (BR8005)

 

 

Features Highlight:

  • Front & Rear Full Leaf Spring Suspension with Dampers
  • BCF2™ (Boom Racing Compact Front-Mounted 2-Speed) Transmission with Remote Shifting
  • Anti-Torque Twist SRD™ Transfer Case (Selective Rotational Drive)
  • Carbon Fiber 7mm Chassis Rails for Lower Center of Gravity
  • BRX90 High Pinion PHAT™ Axle w/ AR44 Keyed Helical Cut HD Gears
  • KUDU™ 90mm Scale Shock Absorbers
  • KUDU™ Heavy-Duty Steel CVD Drive Shafts
  • Quick-release system designed for a quick and easy way to attach and detach the body
  • Design ready for internal servo winch kit to be mounted
  • 1.9” Narrow 16-Hole Steelie Beadlock Wheels
  • 1.9" SP Road TrackerTM 97x24mm Gekko Compound

 

Specifications:

  • Length: 528mm / 20.79"
  • Width: 212mm / 8.35"
  • Height: 146mm / 5.75"
  • Wheelbase: 334mm / 13.15"
  • Track Width: 187mm / 7.36"
  • Axle Clearance: 30mm / 1.18"
  • Skid Clearance: 65mm / 2.56"
  • Weight: 2279g / 5.02lbs
  • Shock Length: 90mm / 3.54"

 

BRX02 1/10 4WD Radio Control Chassis Kit 4-Link with Shocks (BR8004)

 

Features Highlight:

  • BCF2™ (Boom Racing Compact Front-Mounted 2-Speed) Transmission with Remote Shifting
  • Anti-Torque Twist SRD™ Transfer Case (Selective Rotational Drive)
  • Carbon Fiber 7mm Chassis Rails for Lower Center of Gravity
  • BRX90 High Pinion PHAT™ Axle w/ AR44 Keyed Helical Cut HD Gears
  • KUDU™ 90mm Scale Coilover Shock Absorbers
  • KUDU™ Heavy-Duty Steel CVD Drive Shafts
  • Quick-release system designed for a quick and easy way to attach and detach the body
  • Design ready for internal servo winch kit to be mounted
  • 1.9" 16-Hole Steelie Beadlock Wheels
  • 1.9" MAXGRAPPLER™ 97x32mm GEKKO Compound

 

Specifications:

  • Length: 528mm / 20.79"
  • Width: 220mm / 8.66"
  • Height: 148mm / 5.83"
  • Wheelbase: 334mm / 13.15"
  • Track Width: 185mm / 7.28"
  • Axle Clearance: 28mm / 1.10"
  • Skid Clearance: 66mm / 2.60"
  • Weight: 2373g / 5.23lbs
  • Shock Length: 90mm / 3.54"

 

BRX02 1/10 4WD Radio Control Chassis Kit Leaf Spring with Dampers (BR8005)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRX02 1/10 4WD Radio Control Chassis Kit 4-Link with Shocks (BR8004)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The BRX02 is made for the Team Raffee Co. D110 Station Wagon and D110 Pick-Up bodies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


ByJason Tsang

Tags :Boom Racing, BRX02, D110, Crawling, Team Raffee Co.

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