GT Class Rules
Two-wheel drive to front or rear wheels or four-wheel drive is allowed. Chassis must have independent suspension on all four wheels. Each driven wheel must have a flexible joint, eg: dog bone/s or universal joint/s in its driveshaft. Drive train and suspension design is free from restriction. Flat Pan (1/12th and 1/10th Track Style) chassis are not allowed. The Chassis must not be shaped to gain an aerodynamic advantage. In principle the underside of the chassis must be flat and parallel to the ground along the entire length of the body-shell. Aerodynamic shaped parts (splitters/diffusers/tunnels/etc) may not be fitted to the chassis.
Any ROAR or BRCA approved motor. All brushless motors for the GT class will be wind rating of 17.5 turns, clearly indicated by the manufacture on the external casing.
For major events the Muchmore FLETA ZX 17.5T Brushless Motor Type-W Fixed Timing Version
Speed Controllers as per ROAR BRCA list. Speed controllers eligible for Stock classes must provide zero timing advance, along with disabling advanced motor control functions (i.e. Boost, Cheat Mode, Turbo, etc). When the “0 Boost” profile is enabled, it shall be indicated by a blinking LED while the ESC is armed and in neutral position.
190mm GT style bodies only are allowed.
Volante 36 Rubber tyres only.
Any Hop Ups that are available from the Manufacturer
Any 2 cell Hard-cased approved 7.4 Lipo packs as listed on the ROAR or EFRA websites.
Gearing is not restricted.
At Major Events Only Gearing is set no less than 3.5 final drive ratio (FDR).
Minimum 1350 grams ready to run including transponder.