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  • Schumacher : New Atomic CC - GT12 Racing


    Nicolas Petit

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    The latest innovation from Schumacher for the exciting world of GT12 racing is the new ATOM CC.
    Alongside the original SupaStox ATOM, the ATOM CC features a carbon fibre chassis and the ability to adjust the battery mounting position.
    The CC is ideal for the driver that likes a more responsive and edgy feel to their car.


    New -燙arbon fibre chassis for improved response.

    New -燗djustable battery position for balance tuning, more forward option.

    New -燤ore forward servo position with improved chassis mounting.

    New -燬maller steering ball grippa's.

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    - Lightweight Ball Differential with 3 Screw Wheel Fixing and Carbon Axle (Top Spec)�

    - Separate Springs for Independent Roll and Bump stiffness adjustment

    - Balanced Rear Pod assembly

    - Contact Wheels with Improved Flex and Handling Characteristics (Top Spec)�

    - Range of World Championship winning Contact foam available�

    - Extra Low Motor Position�

    - Lightweight Low Centre of Gravity CNC Alloy Motor Mounts�

    Due late February 2017

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    K173 - ATOM CC - Pro 
    (Pro Kit shown in all pictures and includes C/F Pro diff, side dampers, left rear wheel clamp and new Atom GT12 wheels - Carbon Fibre chassis)�


    K174 - ATOM CC - Sport 
    (Sport kit has a fixed rear axle with no diff, no side dampers and old style SupaStox rear wheels - Carbon Fibre chassis)�

    Conversion from the ATOM to the ATOM CC is possible with the following parts;

    U7276 - C/F - Chassis - Atom CC
    U7277 - S1 - Side Link Mount - Atom CC
    U4968 - Ball Sockets Low Profile -Eclipse - pk4 
    U7278 - Servo Saver Assembly 23T - Atom CC 
    or 
    U7279 - Servo Saver Assembly 25T - Atom CC

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