Due in shortly will be the latest of the Le Mans Winners Series, the Slot.it Audi R18 e-tron quattro No.2 (SICW17), winning car from Le Mans 2013, driven by Allan McNish, Tom Kristensen and Loic Duval.
This car will feature the 4DW clutched tooth belt system powered by the Flat-6 20,500rpm motor in anglewinder configuration. Limited edition release and comes in special display box.
In the delivery will also be the Slot.it McLaren F1 GTR No.44 Le Mans 1997 (SICA10i), driven by Akihiko Nakaya, Keiichi Tsuchiya and Gary Ayles. Powered by the Flat-6 20,500 rpm motor in anglewinder motor mount.
Motor Mount Change
We would like to inform you that the SICH70 motor mount is out of production.
It will be replaced by the new SICH110 Inline reverse motor mount 0.5mm offset (without tab)
The new SICH110 motor mount is going to be the standard motor mount for DTM cars. It is in principle exactly like the previous SICH70, which it now replaces. The only difference between SICH110 and SICH70 is the removal of the small tab, on the right side of the motor mount, which is used to fill the gap in the chassis where normally a sidewinder motor mount would fit.
Over time this will also apply to all inline motor mounts.
For your information, in the near future Slot.it inline Group C models may still use part SICH70 for a short while.
The car chassis for any Group C models will NOT change. i.e. models will remain compatible with sidewinder motor mounts as well as inline (box stock) and angled motors, as usual. In this case, the gap between the motor bracket and the chassis of the model will be closed by modifying part n. CH79 (chassis gap filler) accordingly.
Group C car chassis will not change.
Also SICH109 will soon include the new SICH110 motor mount.
New code SICH109b will be available soon.