Adaptability. This is what K Factory components bring to the table. This is one of the main attributes of a winning racecar and a key advantage is a flexible racing platform. It starts with the chassis.
Our engineers have come up with more components to optimize the already stellar performance of the B8RS. Chassis flex can be an ally or an enemy, depending on the track conditions at hand. With the newly engineered stiffening system from K Factory, you can adapt your B8RS quickly to any condition thrown at you by the track keeper or Mother Nature.
Strength and performance
The stiffness of a structure is of principal importance in many engineering applications it is a measure of the resistance offered by an elastic body to deformation. Alloy 7075 has the highest strength of all aluminum screw machine alloys; it has a typical tensile strength which is higher than most mild steels. This greatly increases the overall rigidity of the chassis.
Our components are made from lightweight 7075 aluminum materials, which are precision CNC machined and hollowed for an advantage, not a hindrance. When adding stiffness and rigidity to a racing chassis, most of the time you must sacrifice weight for an advantage. This is not the case with K Factory.
Perfect CNC machined
"High Performance" aircraft usually use 7075 alloy because of the high strength/weight ratio. K Factory components are made from this material. It is strong, and offers great fatigue strength, contributing to the reliability of our components. Aluminum 7075 material has less resistance to corrosion than most other alloys. Most companies will use cheaper alloys with easier machinability; K Factory spares no expense to bring you the highest quality material.
High quality 7075 Aluminum
As usual, K Elements stylish design adds a modern look to a rolling chassis that can hang on a wall as artwork to be admired by all.
Elegant K Factory symbol
Note: When mounting the K8231 and K8232 front and rear chassis stiffener, it is required for you to drill an extra hole in the chassis, where the joint has been lengthened for stability.