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Medius X20 '24 carbon 1/10 EP (SER400046)
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Medius X20 '24 carbon 1/10 EP (SER400046)

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A continual evolution of the original X Series of Touring Cars! The 1/10 Touring car market has changed with some new and innovative designs – We have been working hard on our latest and best EP touring car yet, we present the X20 ‘24! New and improved suspension geometry giving you maximum rotation! Featuring a beautifully engineered aluminium rear diff, along with a completely new designed rear upper arm link setup providing increased adjustability. New style flex shock mounts included with the 13mm shocks. Also the new style split topdeck the flex is adjustable like never before. The Serpent X20 ‘24 is more adjustable, more refined and made for more performance!
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We have tuned our Front Dual Ball Bearing Driveshafts to increase durability, keeping the silky smooth silent system while beefing them up just enough.

The new rear system adopts a unique design for maximum performance and longevity. Included in the new shafts is a another bespoke design of the Hex adaptor – An ultra-light weight and wobble free system ensuring your wheels are always centered and true.


Keeping with the X20’s tradition the symmetrical chassis allows even flex, the newly and revolutionary flex ‘bridge’ adjustments allow quick – easy adjustment of front and rear torsional stiffness, giving you the ability to fine tune to the conditions.


An optional adjustment for the ’23. The ’24 now has a split top deck as standard item – Team drivers agreeing the system is best combination with our updated chassis.


Keeping the ’23 design for battery mounting was a no brainer – however we have given it a little tweak to allow the newer generation LCG Lippo’s


A trending design of the modern touring cars we have updated the shock mounting system.

With even more precise tuning of shock angles we have also added the ability to adjust the flex through the bulkheads


A new servo and Rx Mount for the X20 ’24 – Integrating both allows for a more even flex keeping as many parts ‘floating’


You spoke, we listened.. Refining the system of easy castor/wheelbase adjustment we have replaced the plastic insert with a threaded aluminium type, so no more undoing screws from underneath.


With the changes made to the suspension geometry, changes of the motor mount were implemented so the belt system can become more efficient and mounted on the same pulley. A duel ball bearing tension system removes the possibility of belt skip.


Engineering at its best! Our all new Aluminium gear diff will ensure complete efficiency and smooth action with its ball raced out drives.


All new designed arm with complete flex adjustability utilising different inserts.


Moving away from the Hinge pin style suspension, we have developed a New arm mounting system which allows for the new pivot ball concept and increased adjustability for roll centre and camber gain.


A new 13mm big bore Progressive shock absorber with hard coating.

Machined Shock Pistons are included standard to ensure maximum smoothness and durability.

Overview of the main specs:
- Serpent Linear bigger bore springs
- Dampers include machined pistons for best
possible consistency
- Traditional style ball raced LCG Anti-roll bar
- Pivot ball suspension with small balls for
simplicity and free movement
- Easy diff and spool removal
- Extremely low center of gravity
- All new steering system for Ackermann geometry
- Motor mount holder with adjustable flex
- Re-Active rear steering RRS system is standard
- 1 piece shaft and motor mount allow easy
maintenance and changing of spur gears
- Lightweight front spool with hardened steel
outdrives, bladeless
- Symmetrical Carbon fibre chassis in 2.25mm
- Optional Aluminium 2mm chassis (# 402098 Chassis
alu X20 '24)
- Even length Kevlar reinforced drive belt and
super true running pulleys, midshaft pulley made
out of hard anodized aluminium for maximum
- Adjustable arm stiffness
- BBDJC Driveshaft as standard
- Shock towerless
- Bridge flex adjusting system
- Integrated servo/rx mount
- Zero wobble hex’s

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    Electric Cars > 1/10 190mm:
12-01-23Manual X20 '24 carbon V1.223 MBDownload
11-24-23Ref guide X20 '24 carbon V1.150 KBDownload
11-07-23Picture file X20 '242 MBDownload
02-05-24X20 '24 - Jeff Hamon -Bayside AU - 2024892 KBDownload
12-27-23X20 '24 - King Fong - TRC and PYC - 2023748 KBDownload
12-27-23X20 '24 - Blanck setup sheet V1716 KBDownload
12-27-23X20 '24 - Editable setup sheet V15 MBDownload

Hamish Scott 2023 WA EP State titles race report (12/13/2023)

My home track for racing , an EP only track I've done a lot of laps on all layouts but the layout chosen for this year's titles by far my favorite, fast and flowing with a couple technical sections with high risk high reward on laptimes I was running 13.5tc due to lack of mod entries and 1/8e pan car.

Qualifying for 1/8 I was in clear traffic after seeding and with some changes to the 990e for more side bite due to the low grip the car came alive for qualifying and I was able to TQ 4 rounds to put me in pole for the finals.

Qualifying for touring car I had seeded 1st and with a brand new set of tires on for Q1 and clear traffic I knew this could be an opportunity to get a banker in, I was able to TQ after 3 rounds with my X20. I did choose to run 1 set of tires for the entirety of qualies to save tires for the finals, decision made early on knowing the car was excellent still on used tires.

Finals for 1/8, running two classes didn't leave me much time to work on so my 990e so the set up remained unchanged. The finals were incredibly windy and could easily catch you out but I kept it clean and took both A1 and A2 comfortably, choosing to run A3 with some set up changes to see if could extract anymore pace bettering my laptime by .100 but unable to beat my race time.

Finals in touring car, an always competitive this one would be interesting and getting the A1 win on new tires was essential, I did take a few risks on new tires and pushed hard to take A1 a lap up. A2 on 2nd run tires and on a hot track just had to keep it clean and get away at the start not knowing what others had decided to do with tires. It was a clean heat with multiple drivers showing pace right to end but securing A2 win got me the title.

A great weekend racing at my local club, although a fast paced weekend everyone seemed to have enjoyed the event.

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