From Team Yokomo:
The BD11 competition touring car, which continues to make rapid advances around the world, is now available with a new American specification chassis kit equipped with a new aluminum hard main chassis.
The 2mm thick high-strength aluminum main chassis is a solid specification that does not have any weight reduction. With improved stability due to strength and a lower center of gravity, it demonstrates its true value on ultra-high grip road surfaces such as those found in indoor races in the United States. It optimizes the steering response, realizes smooth driving, and prevents high sides due to overgrip.
In addition, the US aluminum chassis specification has suspension tuning that matches the rigidity of the main chassis, 2.1-2.4 progressive springs are installed at the front, and the front and rear stabilizers are 1.3mm specifications using new materials. In addition, a new rear belt tensioner is also installed to prevent the belt from jumping during sudden acceleration, etc., making it possible to face driving on high-grip road surfaces in perfect condition.
Team Yokomo has already conducted extensive tests, and we have received reports that the indoor season in Europe is approaching, and that it feels quite good even on carpet surfaces with general grip.
The front spring uses a 2.1-2.4 progressive spring to match the pitching characteristics.
The front and rear stabilizers are equipped with a 1.3mm stabilizer bar that has been reviewed from the material.
A newly developed rear belt tensioner is standard equipment to prevent tooth jumping during sudden acceleration.
The US style is based on a hard type aluminum chassis with no cutouts. It achieves a lower center of gravity and improved rigidity.