MST RC Drift Springs

Max Speed Technology has released a new series of drift springs for 1:10 scale RC drifting. The new springs at 28mm length are longer than traditional tamiya springs generally at 26mm. The new longer springs provide better and more consistant spring rebound rates for greater on track performance. These springs are also available in several rebound rates from Super Soft to Hard spring rates for user customization. These springs are now available so get them for your MST MS-01D chassis.

The new MST Drift Springs are available in 28mm lengths. Available in Super Soft, Soft, Medium and Hard spring rebound rates for your personal tuning performance. The longer than average springs provide better consistency and performance. The difference in spring length can effect the rebounding characteristics, therefore giving suspension tuning another dimension. Suspension is an important characteristic in the performance of RC Drift cars so these would be an inexpensive upgrade for greater performance.


Spring Color Codes:
Silver – Hard
Gold – Medium
Red – Soft
White – Super Soft

Specifications:

  • Part No: 21044
  • Available in 28mm length springs
  • Super Soft, Soft, Medium and Hard
  • Springs are sold in pairs for approximately $4.50USD
    The entire set of springs (8) (1 pair for each spring rate) for approximately $14.00USD
    Source: Max Speed Techonology

    4 Comments on “MST RC Drift Springs”

    1. Length of springs is meaningless without spring rates to go with it. It’s doubtful longer springs alone gives better performance. But everything advertised on this site has to be “performance” enhancing right?

      1. We are trying to obtain spring rates for them, we will publish them when we can get an accurate answer from the manufacturer.  Maybe you need to educate yourself about how springs work. In short, F=”spring constant” * (“original length” – “Deformation length”)
        so longer springs do give better performance, and anything that is marketed as a “Hop-UP” is performance enhancing don’t you think?

    2. Length of springs is meaningless without spring rates to go with it. It’s doubtful longer springs alone gives better performance. But everything advertised on this site has to be “performance” enhancing right?

      1. We are trying to obtain spring rates for them, we will publish them when we can get an accurate answer from the manufacturer.  Maybe you need to educate yourself about how springs work. In short, F=”spring constant” * (“original length” – “Deformation length”)
        so longer springs do give better performance, and anything that is marketed as a “Hop-UP” is performance enhancing don’t you think?

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