Team Magic E4FS Team Magic E4FS

Team Magic E4FS Chassis by Murdock

Team Magic has been known for their high quality touring car chassis’, and recently released the E4D which is a plastic chassis designed for drift. I decided to go for the higher end foam spec model badged as E4FS. The chassis is 90% built. All you do is add shock oil and assemble bumpers and body posts. Some tech specs on the chassis.

E4FS Main Specifications:
1/10 EP Sedan (pre-assembled)
Width–186mm adjustable
Length–374mm
Wheelbase–255~261mm
3mm carbon fiber chassis
2.5mm carbon fiber chassis
3mm front/rear carbon shock tower
Drive ratio–1.888
Main gear–116T 64P
Caster block–6 degree

E4FS Main Features:
Most lipo battery & brushless motor can be used
New 3mm carbon fiber, 96mm wide narrow chassis
New 2.5mm carbon top deck (with two new alum. posts linked to chassis for strength)
Front/rear 3mm carbon shock tower
Front/rear hard coated alum. 7075 universal drive shaft
Alum. 7075 turnbuckles
New Shocks
New thickened arms
New widened belts
Single bell crank steering system
Front/rear ball differential (quick release design)
New lightweight nylon pulley
Alum. 7075 FF & RR hinge pin mount
Alum. 7075 bulkhead
New rear lower Flying Wing arm for foam tires (1 degree toe-in angle)
New front lower Flying Wing arm
Centralized motor and battery design
Quick release main shaft
Motor cooling mount
Front/rear anti-roll bars

Stage 1 (Unboxing)
The packaging is Top Notch!

Stage 2 (Electronics & Accessories)
Installed a Novak 10.5T SS Brushless motor with GTB ESC. The rear suspension has the shock standing straight up and down. The front suspension the shocks are laying down.



Stage 3 (Hop Up Parts)
Installed the K-Factory Solid Rear Axle, K-Factory Front One way, and K-Factory Aluminum Steering Crank. My steering is Super solid now, and drifts much better with solid rear axle.

Steering Angle

Steering Crank

Stage 4 Finished Chassis

***Build Tips***
Motor mounting:
When I was mounting my Novak SS brushless 10.5T motor I found there were some clearance issues with the sensor part of the motor. It will only allow me to mount it one way. Luckily I think I will be able to clear the 31 pinion I want to use. Unless you have to have a sensored motor you will get better clearance with sensorless motor.

Lipo battery mounting:
The E4FS has spacer to raise the top deck to clear bigger Lipo batteries. My 5000mah had issues fitting inside the battery compartment. I did get the battery in there, but could not close the bottom tray. Use the kit spacers, and it should fits perfectly.

by Murdock