Exotek have introduced a range of new option parts for the Team Associated B6 and B64 buggies. First up is an aluminium motor plate with POM spur gear cover for the B6. The vented 7075 motor plate for the 3-gear laydown gearbox is of a lightweight design for a lower centre of gravity with venting openings adding airflow and cooling. Included with the motor plate comes a machined POM spur gear cover that keeps the body from running and tearing up both the spur and body paint.
Exotek have announced the release of two new option parts for the Xray XB2 platform in the form of a LiPo cups and plate set as well as the steel axle Puck conversion. Starting with the LiPo battery mounting set, the kit makes for an ultra adjustable and quick weight tuning battery tray for all XB2s with laydown gearbox. With the included link brace, the water fall is removed on the buggy so that drivers are able to mount the battery even further back. The battery sitting back and the added rear flex created by the new link opens up the XB2 laydown to perform even better on dirt tracks without the need to add a lot of weight. Thanks to the design it is also possible to quickly fine-tune the weight bias by shifting the battery forth and back without changing the link length as all changes are handles by the side LiPo adjustment cups. The kit includes all needed hardware including alloy posts, ball ends, a titanium turnbuckle and hardware.
Coming from Exotek are a 4-piece split motor plate set for the HB Racing D413 buggy as well as the trick camber savers. Starting with the motor plate, the set is of a unique design that allows for quicker access to the buggy’s centre differential without the need to remove the top plates or ripping out the whole centre bulkhead assemblies. After removing the battery and the top diff cover the two side plates are released so that the diff comes out from the side. The set works with the standard D413 and also Exotek’s Pro’17 chassis and it includes the bulkhead plates machined from black anodised 7075 aluminium, instructions, hardware for the stock or Exotek top diff plates and it uses the stock motor cam and clamp.
Coming from Exotek is a RF brass suspension mount for the Xray XB2 series of vehicles. It quickly adds weight to the rear of the vehicle for improved rear traction and stability – for example when running the carpet laydown gearbox on dirt tracks. The part maintains the stock geometry, it adds 24g of weight and comes with a protective black coating.
Exotek have introduced the version 2 heavy duty turnbuckle set for the HPI Racing RS4 Sport 3 touring car. The V2 set includes special polished gun metal finish steel turnbuckles whose 4mm section allows for easy adjustment of the camber and front toe settings using an optional 4mm turnbuckle wrench. Also updated are the heavy duty v2 nylon ball cups for toughness and greater durability as well a perfect fit on the stock ball ends. The set includes a total of six links with the single servo link being not included.
Coming from Exotek and made for TLR’s 22 3.0 series vehicles are an aluminium steering set and a RF brass LCG hanger. Starting with the steering set, it is designed to replace the standard parts on the 3.0 buggy with a more sturdy and precise affair. The new design adds four 3x6mm ball bearings and two crush sleeves for longer wearing, smoother and more precise operation. Included are aluminium bellcranks, an alloy steering rack and miscellaneous small parts and the set is usable on the 22 3.0, 22SCT 3.0/2.0 and the 22T 3.0/2.0.
Exotek have introduced two new option parts for the TLR 22-4 2.0 4WD buggy in the form of a ball-raced aluminium steering link and a machined aluminium wing mount. Starting with the steering link, the part is machined from high-quality 7075 aluminium and it utilised four 6x3mm bearings to minimise slop and make for smooth movement and long-lasting wear. Included with the black anodised part are also two machined crush spacers for the bearings.
Exotek have introduced three new Flite-series topshafts the most popular 2WD buggies as well as a Flite ultra light direct spur mount. Starting with the topshafts, the parts have been drilled and the teeth narrowed for increased acceleration and a cooler running motor. Less than half the weight of the stock topshaft and slipper assembly and lighter still than Exotek’s standard spur mount set, when combined with the special light weight spur mount, the assembly weighs in at 9.5g complete with hardware and 72 spur. The topshaft is available for the Team Associated B6, Kyosho RB6.6 and the TLR 22 3.0.