M15 1/10 TC 190mm body (Light)

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The body is sold in Clear lexan and is painted for advertising purposes only.

SKU: BDTC-190M15

The body is sold in Clear lexan and is painted for advertising purposes only.

All our Touring  body shells are 100% Made In Italy Unique and original design. Try it and you'll be thrilled.

M15, developed tested for higher performances

The M15 body represent a new reality for drivers all around the world who race at top levels and always pretend to obtain the best result with their models.

The body shell has been tested for several months in Italy and we also collaborated for his development together with ETS formers.

Body Handling very neutral

The overall balance of the M15 body shell is astonishing and helps the driver to keep very consistence laps times for the whole 5 minutes without any effort and very fluidly. These characteristics make the body suitable for use on carpet and also asphalt with low / medium grip.

The front look of the body as well as being easily recognizable has been created to generate a reduced downforce that makes any model very easy to drive.

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Product Features

The body respect all the international specs necessary for the approval by the federations, its EFRA, IFMAR, ROAR and BRCA homologated.

  • Made with high quality and genuine polycarbonate Lexan®
  • Included in the kit a complete set of screw, nuts and large plastic washers to fix properly the rear wing
  • Produced only Light Weight version, thickness of material 0,75mm
  • sold clear with protective film outside
  • included in the package a few decal sheets and windows mask

Track Guide for the use of the M15 body

The following values offer an overview of the ideal conditions of use of the body according to the grip of the surface and its general handling.

The numbers below are meant as a progressive scale where 10 is a hypothetical maximum value.

Surface grip 
Enter Steering
Rear stability
10
Ease of use
10
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