New for your TLR 8ight 2.0 are these FTW Racing Components Night Fox And Tactic bodies. The Night Fox body applies massive downforce while the Tatic body frees up airflow on high-grip surfaces. Check out the press release below for more info:
FTW Racing Components today released two new body options for TLR’s 8ight 2.0—Night Fox and Tactic. Night Fox brings massive downforce cloaked in stealth, while Tactic frees up airflow on high-grip surfaces with bold supercar-inspired contours. Form and function have again been melded together in the dramatic and innovative ways expected from FTW’s renegade design lab. Night Fox and Tactic are crafted to fit 8ight 2.0 perfectly in both gen 2 and gen 3 radio tray configurations.
“For our most highly-anticipated release, we’re excited to introduce not one but two bodies for the 8ight 2.0,” said FTW co-founder John Riewe. Co-founder Joshua Riewe spoke about the options, explaining that “more than providing alternative style choices, the two bodies provide options for drivers seeking the optimum aerodynamic package for a particular track.”
FTW will continue to expand its lineup to include fitments for other popular platforms including truggy and short course.
Night Fox and Tactic are formed from clear .040” polycarbonate with protective film and fit Losi’s 8ight 2.0 1:8 scale buggy. They come unpainted and include a decal sheet and window masks.