The 8IGHT-E 3.0 buggy introduced a completely redesigned chassis
specifically engineered for electric power. The 8IGHT-E 4.0 buggy
builds on this proven platform with updates to the suspension geometry
and drivetrain layout that make it easier to drive and even tougher to
New suspension geometry makes it easier for drivers of all experience
levels to turn faster lap times with fewer mistakes, particularly when
harnessing the power of a high-output brushless motor system.
Variable Motor and Center
Two different center plates for the bottom of the chassis are included.
The stock center plate puts the motor and differential directly in line
with the chassis. The optional center plate rotates the motor and
differential 4.4 degrees, creating equal angles between the
front-center and rear-center dog bones. This provides more balanced
power to the front and rear of the car under acceleration.
Two Battery and ESC
The chassis offers two locations for the battery and ESC. With the
battery in the forward location and the ESC in the rear of the car, the
vehicle has more forward weight bias which improves stability on
high-speed tracks. Moving the ESC forward and the battery to the rear
mounting location provides a rear weight bias that increases corner
speed and makes handling more agile.
Large Bearing Spindles
Front spindles and rear hubs have been revised to accept a larger 8 x
16 x 5 outer bearing for increased durability.
Adjustable Caster Blocks
The adjustable, 15-degree caster blocks make it possible to tune dog
bone plunge by changing the height of the spindle.
New Bleeder Shock Caps
The new bleeder shock caps and internal seals allow for easier rebuilds
while using an emulsion shock setup. New bushings that press into the
shock cap further improve durability.
Driveshaft and Dog Bone
Molded rubber boots on the CVAs and center drivetrain dog bones
increase U- joint life by holding lubrication in and keeping dirt out.
Redesigned Shock Towers
The machined aluminum shock towers have new camber link and shock
location holes that give racers more tuning options for changing track
The cab-forward body moves aerodynamic pressure further forward on the
car, which improves steering.
- Durable 4mm hard-anodized 7075 T-6 aluminum chassis
- Improved suspension geometry
- Variable motor and center differential angles
- Dual battery and ESC locations
- Large-bearing spindles and hubs
- 15° caster blocks with adjustable spindle height
- Aluminum shock caps with threaded bleeder holes
- Molded driveshaft and dog bone boots
- Aluminum shock towers with updated camber link and shock
- Cab-forward body
Needed To Complete
- Radio System
- ESC & Motor
- Battery & Charger