All bodies need drill

Our engineering improvements to the typical laser cut body are as follows:
A. the front axle position has been marked with both the BSA block distance (4 3/8″) [ two possible setups] and the most used Pro extended distance (4 3/4″).B., We laser cut, but leave attached, a 1/16″ strip on the DFW side. This allows a solid fit in your drill fixture while drilling the front axle holes, and if desired can be removed to modify the DFW distance from the rail to get the back wheels centered on the rail.C. We ship with most of the wood intact so you can drill without warping the body.

For best results, lightly sand the laser burned and hardened wood before drilling or gluing. DO NOT PURCHASE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A WAY TO DRILL YOUR AXLE HOLES

We recommend a #43 drill bit.Typical jigs used for drilling

Leave the 1/16″ spar in place to make the body snug in the drill fixture. If too loose, put some tape over the car, if too tight, sand down. You do not want to force the wood into the jig.

Weights & body6 parts-

One large Bar = 2.08 oz

.One ,1×6 Bar = 1.04 oz,

Three(3), 1×2 Bars = 0.347 ea

One, Pro laser cut body as shown (only $10 when part of this kit)

You add wheels, axles and drill locations.

Over 4.2 oz of pure tungsten racing  excellence