The 4-Tec 2.0 Ford GT, Mustang GT, and “body not included” chassis kits share the vast majority of their parts, minus the power systems. Here’s where the VXL model diverts from the Titan 550-powered cars:
The Response tire-and-split-spoke wheel design is the same for all 4-Tec models, and the black-chrome hoops have specific widths and offsets for front and rear mounting. Tire construction differs, however, with “Vxl-rated” glue and extra tread thickness for longer wear.
Adjustable Body Posts
The brushed and brushless 4-Tec chassis kits both arrive with Traxxas’ height- and widthadjustable body posts installed, so you can fit just about any sedan body you like. And if you want to install the Traxxas Ford GT body, you’ll find the fixed-width body posts required in the chassis kit’s parts and accessories bag.
Brushed-power 4-Tecs get fixed-length plastic links for camber and steering, which are fine because Traxxas got the geometry right. But if you want to do some tweakin,’ Traxxas has you covered with steel turnbuckles to set toe-in and camber. We won’t be surprised if anodized aluminum versions turn up as accessory items soon.
Blue-anodized Servo Saver
Would you believe us if we told you anodizing the servo-saver blue boosts speed by 30mph? Wrong. But it does look cool, and mounting it on the servo instead of the bellcranks sure makes it a lot easier to access.