RC8.2e Factory Team Kit #80907 -- 1:8 Scale Electric 4WD Off Road Competition Buggy Kit
RC8.2e Factory Team Kit #80907 -- 1:8 Scale Electric 4WD Off Road Competition Buggy Kit

October 25, 2011

Team Associated has taken all of the refinements from the RC8.2 and have applied them to our electric-power platform-creating the RC8.2e Factory Team Kit! The RC8.2e has already been proven as a winner after TQing and winning the 2011 Sidewinder Nitro Explosion in the capable hands of Ryan Cavalieri.

The RC8.2e Factory Team Kit has a long list of new performance parts, making for the best and lightest Associated EP 1:8 scale buggy to date. The RC8.2e starts with the Factory Team +3mm 7075 hard anodized chassis. The new chassis and side-guards shed over half an ounce along with adding 3mm of length to optimize weight distribution and overall handling.

The RC8.2e Factory Team Kit also received the newly designed suspension arms featuring centerline shock mounts and an optimized anti-roll bar position. The new suspension arms were designed to work with the Factory Team 5mm 7075 aluminum low-center-of-gravity shock towers to improve and optimize the suspension geometry, making the RC8.2e more plush and forgiving in rougher terrain.

The RC8.2e Factory Team Kit includes the 16mm Big Bore hard-anodized threaded shocks with 4mm titanium-nitride coated shafts and revised shock boots, all to help increase traction and keep the rubber on the ground. The RC8.2e Factory Team Kit also proves to be an exceptional value, including many Factory Team parts that were previously only available as separately purchased upgrades.

Take your electric-powered 1:8 scale buggy game to the next level with the new RC8.2e Factory Team Kit, and drive what the winners drive!

#80907  RC8.2e Factory Team Kit
MAP: $469.99
MSRP: $769.99
UPC: 784695 809079
Available: November



For more information, please visit: /cars_and_trucks/RC8.2e/Factory_Team/

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