MiBorg M-Chassis RCV Driveshaft | CompetitionX
Tuesday , 21 September 2021

MiBorg M-Chassis RCV Driveshaft | CompetitionX

MiBorg M-Chassis RCV Driveshaft | CompetitionX

Here’s an interesting new product from MiBorg RC. This RCV Driveshaft setup for the Tamiya M-Chassis is said to suppress vibration and make the car more predictable while driving. It uses a similar setup to a CVD (or Constant Velocity Drive) but uses a ceramic ball instead of a cross pin on the axle.

Also unique about this setup is the removal of wheel pins at the hex; the driveshaft is machined with a pinless hex design that mates to a thin aluminum hex – certainly stronger and, I would assume, better on tolerance than a pin and plastic hex setup.

What We Like:
While we’ve never seen anything like this, I like the idea behind the pinless hex design. It seems way more durable than a current pin-axle setup. Also curious to their claims on the ceramic internal ball system. Certainly an interesting design!

What We’re Not Sure About:
Does it really work? Is the car actually easier to drive? Guess we’ll have to keep our eyes out for some reviews on this.

For more information, please visit: www.miborg-rc.com

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About Tony Phalen

Tony Phalen - As an avid RC enthusiast, Tony has been building, bashing and racing RC Cars for over 25 years. He has raced everything from 1:18th scale trucks to 1:5 scale motorcycles and everything in-between. He's also worked on both sides of the industry fence; working at and with many major manufacturers (as well as being a sponsored driver) to working for a high-profile industry magazine. During this time he has learned many tricks, tips and techniques and has transferred that knowledge to CompetitionX - the most informative RC website on the internet!

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