Losi Mini-T 2.0 Late Model Oval chassis conversion kit V2
The V2 is HERE! This is the same as the normal v2 MLM/EDM kit, but includes the front bumper and rear body mount extension in a money saving combo.
Quick notes on the V2 chassis compared to the V1. No longer requires cutting a chassis to provide a kickup No more upper brace required Now in 2.5mm carbon fiber (lighter & stiffer) Will still fit most Mini Late Model bodies
This chassis conversion kit will convert your Losi Mini-T 2.0 into a full fledged oval car. It brings the wheelbase to that of the old 2010's Losi Mini Late Model - allowing for all of those aftermarket bodies from McAllister Racing and Kipps Hobbies to fit. It also provides a left offset weight bias for better handling.
What's included in the kit: Lower Chassis Plate 4x 2" body posts with screws Rear Body Mount w/ 5mm through-hole for easy adjustability 2x Chassis Brace spacers Kickup wedge Brass Chassis spacer Battery brackets with built-in PureTech Products velcro strap Rear body mount extension Carbon Fiber front bumper All necessary hardware
This kit should be all you need to convert your Mini-T 2.0 into a Mini Late Model (minus the body).
It should work with most of the McAllister bodies for minis including the Late Models, NASCAR COT, NASTRUCK, Street Stocks, "Trenton" Oldies style modified, and others. They may require the front bumper (included in this version) which will bolt right to the front of the chassis and allow putting the body posts up by the front tires for most Late Model bodies. Others might be able to get away with taller body mounts on the chassis (not included) or using the stock body mounting posts on the shock tower.
The chassis is universally designed to fit "most" medium capacity Lipos, ranging from the stock pack to those such as the Turnigy Nano-tech 1500mah 35-70C 2s and a slew of others. Not knowing what people will want to run and what classes may develop, allowing for fitment of a larger capacity battery to pair with optional brushless options seemed like a logical choice.The battery brackets are 35mm wide and should fit most size lipos in this scale. If a battery doesn't fit within that width, you could trim off the ends of the braces or just not run them at all - the chassis still has holes for strapping tape.
The battery brackets, kickup wedge, and rear body mount are all 3D printed parts (carbon infused polycarbonate). As such, the fit and finish may vary slightly from the photos. Due to the nature of 3D printing, items may contain minor visual blemishes. The battery brackets, kickup wedge, and rear body mount all include threaded brass inserts so the included m2 hardware will have a firm hold on the part and you do not have to worry about the screws pulling out of the plastic.
If you have any questions, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK.
Note: Car in photos is pictured with optional carbon fiber shock towers. These are NOT included in the base conversion kit.