Since the release of the first XRAY touring car in 1999, XRAY has been a driving force in the 1/10 electric touring car racing scene. Continuous development and evolution of the XRAY product line has led to ever-increasing performance.
Designed in virtual reality using the world’s most sophisticated CAD tools, and manufactured using the world’s best machining and molding machinery, the T4 achieves a level of perfection in all details that is second to none.
From national titles around the world… through ETS Champion titles… all the way to the European, Asian, and USA Championship titles… and the recent World Champion title, the T4 has an astonishingly long and strong history of victories to support the winning heritage of the XRAY T4 platform.
2020 All-new Features.
- New centralized drivetrain and long arm suspension platform
- New motor/layshaft position improves weight transfer and chassis balance
- Central layshaft positioned midway between front and rear differentials using new equal length Kevlar reinforced front and rear drive belts for more consistent on-power/off-power balance
- Super narrow top shaft utilizes new 20T pulleys and pressed-in ball bearings to minimize space requirements
- New 7mm longer front and rear suspension arms and narrow suspension holders improve traction and corner speed
- Long suspension arms feature two shock mounting locations; the lower position combined with ULP shock towers to eliminate chassis roll and improve stability in high traction conditions
- Super low anti-roll bar mounts to lower the vehicle CG
- Redesigned anti-roll bar system features new front bars, smaller bushings and shorter ball joints designed for the new low CG mounting locations
- New chassis plate features multiple suspension mounting provisions for long and short arm configurations and new bulkhead positions
- Symmetrical top deck shape provides clearance around new central drivetrain pieces while maintaining even side to side chassis flex characteristics
- Central motor mount positioned directly on chassis centerline for consistent chassis flex
- Black anodized lower bulkheads are moved 1mm inward to increase clearance for new long arm suspension geometry
- Narrowed upper clamps to match lower bulkheads and integrate with new shock towers
- Lighter graphite floating servo holder and taller servo posts redesigned to work with new suspension and driveline geometry