Bittydesign M410 Pre-Cut 1/10 Touring Car Body (190mm) (Light Weight) (IF14)
The Bitttydesign M410 Pre-Cut 1/10 Touring Car Body provides M410 fans with a precut body, ready to paint and install on your chassis! Not only are the body and wing 100% pre cut to save you time, but the CNC machined cut method ensures a level of perfection and precision that cannot be achieved by hand. Additionally the body post holes are pre-cut as well and position the shell 5mm forward, which is the ideal placement for most outdoor and indoor tracks.
The M410 includes all the experience and know-how Bittydesign has gained in over 10 years of presence on the racetrack. Designed with the collaboration of an internationally renowned car designer and tested by Bittydesign's worldwide team of drivers, the M410 looks stunning and delivers performance at the top of its class.
Designed to Win
Tested for several months indoors and out, on different types of carpet and tarmac, the M410 body shell represent the pinnacle of Bittydesigns touring car performance. The M410 is the lightest of the lightweight shells on the market. Thanks to a unique material and thermoforming process the M410 weighs in at just 85-86gr, reducing the roll and the center of gravity of the model, while creating a good compromise between weight and durability. Several track tests have shown excellent impact resistance, making the M410's extremely tough for a light weight body.
Developed for Performance
During the design stage, attention was focused on aesthetics and aerodynamics to obtain the best possible performance. The design of the front end creates very fast corner entry that stays consistent throughout the steering range, while the rear end has been developed with shapes and EFRA measurements that ensure high stability and traction that will help make the model easy to drive on all surfaces.
NOTE: Painted body shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only and is not included. The body you will receive is clear and unpainted.
This product was added to our catalog on February 7, 2018