Having maintained its brilliant record in major races throughout Japan and around the world with minor improvements since its launch, the LAZER ZX-6 has fully evolved into the new ZX-7. Over this time the racing landscape has changed significantly with many circuits using high-grip carpet and artificial turf. In addition, the power and speed of electric off road cars has increased dramatically. While maintaining the signature mild control and dynamic maneuverability of the ZX-6, the new narrow main chassis design of the ZX-7 provides optimal rigidity and lighter weight while the new front suspension and aero body with rear wing design generates more downforce. These performance improvements go together with the essential elements of reliability and durability as well as a wider range of settings that will give the ZX-7 the leading edge in modern racing.
New short front gullwing arms and wider arm mounts deliver improved steering and suspension feel. New adjustable hub carrier can be set to 7°, 10°, and 13° caster angles.
New resin floating servo mount and improved front and rear chassis braces maintains optimal chassis flex.
New improved light weight slipper clutch replaces the center gear diff for improved throttle feel. New joint cup covers reduce wear and improves reliability.
New rear upper bulkhead with lower roll centers improves high grip performance. Adjustable length rear arms carried over from the RB7 offer even more tuning options.
Chassis Technical Data