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Old 04-11-2012, 10:30 AM
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Schumacher SuperStox GT12

New from Schumacher:

Schumacher SupaStox brings top class engineering to the 1/12th GT12 circuit and 1/12th oval classes of racing.

Designed by the world championship winning design team at Schumacher.

SupaStox is a high performance racer that uses quality components, but still retains the philosophy of simplicity and low cost.

SupaStox is tough enough to cope with the full contact element of Bangers, Hotrods and Saloon Stox, and is also adjustable enough to be perfectly tuned for any circuit or oval tracks.

The wait is almost over!!!

2 Kit Options Available;:
  • K131 - 4 cell NiMh/1S Lipo Version.
  • K132 - 6 cell NiMh/2S Saddle Version.

(Note: Pictures only show 4 cell NiMh/1S version)

  • CNC Alloy Motor Mounts For Rigidity, Reliability And Cooling.
  • CNC Alloy Drive Dog Outputs For Precision And Durability.
  • Front Suspension With Camber, Castor And Toe-in/out Adjustment.
  • Rear Suspension With Adjustable Roll Stiffness And Damping.
  • Adjustable Front and Rear Ride Height.
  • Tough CNC S1 Composite Chassis And Brackets.
  • CNC High Tensile, Stainless Steel Rear Axle.
  • High Tensile, Stainless Steel Suspension Pivots.
  • High Tensile Steel Hex Screws Used Throughout.
  • Kimbrough Servo Saver Included As Standard.
  • High Impact Strength Front And Rear Foam Bumpers For Great Chassis Protection.
  • Steering Turnbuckles Included As Standard.
  • Ball Raced Rear Axle With Rubber Sealed Bearings.
  • Simple Bushed Front Wheels, Ready To Accept Optional Ball Races.
  • High Quality Easy to Follow Instruction Manual.
  • Screw On Spur Gear As Standard.
  • Large Range Of Optional 32 and 48dp Spur Gears.
  • Quick Release Velcro Battery Retaining System.
  • Fully Adjustable Body Mount System. Allowing Vertical and Horizontal Rear Positions.
  • Contact Pre-glued And Trued Foam Tyres Included.
  • Full Range Of Optional Colour Coded Springs.
  • Accepts A Huge Range Of Industry Standard Bodyshells, Motors, Batteries, and Speed Controllers.

K131 – SupaStox – 4 cell/1s/Shorty - £99.99 List
K132 – SupaStox – 6 cell/2s Saddle - £99.99 List

Available end of April.

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Old 04-11-2012, 04:37 PM
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have to say, I like the look of these.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:59 PM
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have to say, I like the look of these.
Jave to agree
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:07 PM
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I wish I would have kept my 1/12th scale chassis. I would definately have rocked one of these bodies for screwing around in the parking lot.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:03 PM
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when I ran 1/12 scale for a bit I actually looked into a sedan type body at the time, even a VTA style one I thought would have been cool.

I wonder if they will offer a center shock upgrade over the link?
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:17 PM
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These are quite a bit narrower than a normal 1/12 chassis (RC12 etc). The track width is about 155mm. They are meant to run the 'Mardave' style of body popular in the UK, you couldn't run a sports prototype style body without modding the chassis somewhat. The chassis is a direct competitor to the Mardave V12. Looks to be very well engineered and hopefully the increasingly popular GT12 class will benefit a great deal from this kit coming out. Personally, I hope to see a diff getting released as soon as possible as the first upgrade.
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