Alex Racing Design CER High-Capacity One-way Unit

ARD High capacity one way

ARD High capacity one wayAlex Racing Design has recently release a new High-Capacity One-Way unit for CER based chassis. The new high capacity one-way unit is manufactured with greater durability than the conventional one-way unit. Utilizing a more improved front one-way bearing and better materials for manufacturing these high-capacity parts. These are sure to enhance the performance of any CER based chassis.

ARD CER High-Capacity One-way Unit:

  • Available in 7 colors
  • Blue, Black, Purple, Pink, Red, Silver, Orange
  • More durable than conventional one-way unit
  • Compatible with CER series (CE-4, CER, CERD08, CERD11, CERD11 Plus Toyo
  • Approximate MSRP: ¥4280JPY
    ARD CER High-Capacity One-way Drive Cups

  • More durable than conventional drive cups
  • Replacement one-way drive cups
  • Approximate MSRP: ¥819JPY
    Source: Alex Racing Design Japan

    6 Comments on “Alex Racing Design CER High-Capacity One-way Unit”

    1. Hi, I’m new to drifting but excited also. I think it cool. I have a TC3 that I want to make a drift car. Can you tell me what the advantages of have a one-way front diff in a drift car are? How does it help with handling?

      1. The biggest advantage is that one-ways act like an e-brake. If you know how to use it, you can re-pitch the car mid-drift to match your opponents angle without having to mash on the throttle (good when you’re up close to a leader and need to adjust without hitting). It also makes it easier in tight technical tracks that have quick switchbacks.
        Check out our chassis guides in the Guides section for a more detailed explanation.

    2. Hi, I’m new to drifting but excited also. I think it cool. I have a TC3 that I want to make a drift car. Can you tell me what the advantages of have a one-way front diff in a drift car are? How does it help with handling?

      1. The biggest advantage is that one-ways act like an e-brake. If you know how to use it, you can re-pitch the car mid-drift to match your opponents angle without having to mash on the throttle (good when you’re up close to a leader and need to adjust without hitting). It also makes it easier in tight technical tracks that have quick switchbacks.
        Check out our chassis guides in the Guides section for a more detailed explanation.

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