OFNA TS4sc Pro 4WD Short Course Truck Roller

OFNA TS4sc Pro 4WD Short Course Truck Roller

Following up on their release of the TS2sc, OFNA has now released a 4WD roller version of their new short course truck.  Check out all the details in the press release below:

Fast and agile, light and responsive, that’s what the OFNA TS4 is all about. Short Course 4-wheel drive is power and speed and we have that combined into our 4wd. Free up speed from steering to rolling motion with bearings throughout. Get agility and quick dampening with our Big Bore Shocks. Combine that with the light and free flowing body and overall weight saving chassis layout. Holy Cow! This truck is tough with strong suspension arms, CVDs and bumpers. It has the need to put you in high command of the race and set the pace. Adjustable settings on all four corners allow you to create multiple handling characteristics for the smoothest of tracks or down right gritty ones. Your TS4 will do the job quick and fast and wash up the competition. Get yours now and get SICK-DIALED!

A full black aluminum chassis mounts the front and rear suspensions together. This backbone for the car makes for a solid platform to mount all your electronics in place. An upper double deck brace is added support to keep the chassis from contracting and extending when jumping. Bumpers front back and side protect the internals keeping your vital parts in good form.

The TS4 has very strong suspension arms to handle the tremendous forces that are being put on the truck. A very thick structure with great flexibility give the front and rear arms superb travel under the most extreme conditions.

Bumpers are an essential item on a short course truck. The TS4 has some bumpers that will save your truck from disaster. The front bumper had high clearance and a flat skid to keep the 4-wheel drive going in the right direction. High absorbing impacts protect the front from being smashed in from those unfortunate dead cars that might be strewn along your path to victory. The rear bumper while being as tough as the front gives it that scale look like the true dirt ringers.

This Pro’s drivertrain is equipped with CVAs from front to back and down the center. CVAs are great for high angle steering and articulation. Additionally, they have a great amount of effeciency as roller pins continue the rolling motion. This is such a good option to have on any pro vehicle.

These black hole wheels give the TS4 the cool factor and keeps it looking like a short course runner. The Pro does not come with tires so you can choose the tires that will perform on your track. The TS4 body not only looks great, it was made for performance. Several well placed air vent cutouts are available on the body to create the cooling you need. Winglets add extra side bite for cornering. High fenders provide the tires plenty of room to tuck-up as your big bores do the work.

12mm full aluminum shocks grace the TS4 Pro. They are such beauties with outstanding performance. Nitride coated shock shafts flow smoothly up and down. The performance is unmatched. Conical pistons and longlasting hardcoating for the shock bodies give them quick dampening. Threaded aluminum collars help get the right amount of ride height and aluminum shock caps top off the big bore package. These shocks mean business!

The TS4 4-wheel drive has three oil filled gear differentals. This feature gives you multiple traction setups for all types of track conditions you may encounter. Metal diff bevel and pinion gears keep the drive going under heavy torque conditions. The right viscosity of diff oil will allow you to tune to your track. The center has a mod 1 center composite spur that is oh so quiet and very strong for many runs before a new replacement is required.

This motor mount is simple and effective. 8 mm of thickness holds your motor in place and keeps it from excessive movement. A secondary feature of the mount, it also mounts the front portion of the center differential so flex is minimal.


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Updated: November 30, 2012 — 9:47 AM
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