While RC drift cars have been around for a long time, you should consider getting a realistic body shell for your RC. With CML body shells, you’ll get the best of both worlds: a realistic RC drift car body shell and a great-looking RC Touring Car body shell. To get a better idea of which body shells you should buy, read on!
RC Touring Car body shells
If you’re planning to use RC Touring Cars as a racing vehicle, then it’s important to get the right body shell for your car. The body shells available for your vehicle are divided into two major categories – photorealistic and sanctioned race shells. Photorealistic Touring Car bodies are based on real Touring Cars and are often made of lighter Lexan. They feature realistic paint schemes and aerodynamic properties to improve your car’s performance on the track.
To ensure that you get the right body shell for your model, you’ll need to understand how each body fits. Most 1/10 touring car bodies are designed for cars with a wheelbase of 255-260mm. Some of these bodies are 190-195mm wide. The latter are perfect for electric touring cars and for the Tamiya TT-01/TT-02 series. The wheelbase of 1/10 touring car bodies is 255mm, but there are a variety of sizes to choose from.