While the new CEN Racing M-Sport Puma Rally car is one heck of a rad ride, the one thing that it got dinged for (by everyone that has driven it so far) is the fact that, under hard landings, the body can get tucked up under the rear tires. This causes a pause in the fun as you have to chase the car down, pull the body out and then continue on your merry way – only to have it (potentially) happen a few more moments on.
Well, CEN has been listening and released an update to the car! This new part attaches to the rear shock tower and helps keep the body out of the way! All of the reviewers are getting this part delivered to them to install but all future releases of the car will have this pre-installed.
Hats off to CEN for hearing the problem and fixing it prior to the worldwide release of this car. It always feels good to see manufacturers caring enough to pause the release of one of their cars to fix a known issue.
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