Exotek have introduced two new aluminium option parts for the Team Durango DEX410v5 off-road buggy. First up is a heavy duty wing mount set that matches the stock geometry. Machined from 7075 aluminium and coming black anodised the extra strong wing mounts will withstand the rigours of racing while also adding some visual impact. The parts work with the stock wing spacers and also fit the DEX210F. Also new is the heavy duty front gearbox holder for the Durango DEX410 series. A must have for high-power applications the diff hoop is made of 7075 alloy for greater durability and it comes polished and anodised in black.
Coming from Exotek and made for the HB Racing D216 are a HD idler gear, top gear and top shaft, all made of 7075 alloy. Starting with the idler gear, the part is machined from aircraft-grade aluminium and it improves durability when using high-power motors. The stronger material also prevents the gear from deforming, resulting in improved diff gear life compared to running the stock nylon part. Furthermore the gear is machined for lightness and it comes with smaller 5x10mm bearings for reduced mass.
Exotek have introduced a range of option parts for the Losi XXX-SCT and TLR 22-4. First up is the 12mm front hex and hub conversion kit for the XXX-SCT 2WD short course truck. The front conversion allows to use the stock rear 12mm hex wheels on the front but also the mounting of Associated SC5M or Traxxas Slash front hex wheels on all four corners of the XXX-SCT. The set includes 7075 alloy hubs with trailing spindle design for improved drivability, it also comes with hard steel axles for maximum durability and four rubber-sealed bearings. The set is rounded out by 2mm alloy spacers to adjust overall track width.
Coming from Exotek are a new 7075 alloy chassis conversion for the Team Durango DEX210v3 in MM configuration and also aluminium wing mounts for the same buggy. Starting with the chassis conversion, the kit was designed and tested with the feedback of factory drivers, bringing the trusted DEX210 buggy to the forefront of mid motor clay track performance as the MM chassis allows lateral shorty battery positioning for optimal performance on indoor clay tracks. The 2.5mm 7075 alloy bottom plate offers optimised stiffness and strength and it comes with machined bolt-on side rails made from black delrin. The much narrower profile improves ground clearance and the easy LiPo access makes working on the car a breeze while the upper plate also allows for forward or rearward battery mounting. Also included with the chassis kit, that makes for a 2mm shorter wheelbase compared to the v3’s, comes a 7075 alloy nose plate. The narrower chassis, that also fits the v1 and v2 variants of the DEX210, accommodates all TLR 22 3.0 bodies such as the ones from Pro-Line and JConcepts.
Exotek have introduced the F1R3 steering set for IFS-equipped F1R3 formula cars. The precision design adds eight ball bearings and two crush sleeves for the longest wearing, smoothest and most precise operation while the double bellcrank design makes for improved more linear Ackermann, making the steering feel more controlled, with less corner scrub. The set includes eight ball bearings, two crush sleeves, two alloy cranks, alloy steering rack, servo mounts, posts, servo link and hardware, it requires an F1R3 with the Exotek IFS set and it is not designed for use with the stock F104 front arms.
Coming from Exotek and made for the Losi 1/24 Micro Truggy, SCTE and Rally is the 1/8th scale inspired Micro-Tek chassis conversion kit. The all-alloy construction provides increased grip with the ultra low centre of gravity design help to keep all four wheels on the ground. The 1-piece chassis design eliminates the need for extra hardware that could strip, making assembly even easier. The 100 percent machined alloy bottom plate is stiffer and stronger than the carbon fibre part in Exotek’s previous conversion and it comes in the two colour variants of red or blue. Also included are an adjustable sliding motor plate, a finned alloy motor plate, and an extra secure servo clamp-in system for the stock-sized servo. Other features include alloy mounting posts for secure stock receiver and esc mounting, and a machined-in chassis battery tray for easy and secure battery installs that uses servo tape or optional hook and loop straps. The extra heavy duty alloy chassis does not require a top plate or additional bracing and it is compatible with Exotek’s optional pinion gear cover.
Exotek have introduce two heavy duty aluminium servo arms for the TLR 22 range of off-road vehicles. Machined from 7075-T6 alloy the servo arms are much stronger than the original plastic items, making for greatly improved durability and steering authority. Designed to use the stock TLR 4/40 ball end the servo arms are also of a clamping design for added security even when the servo screw comes off. The black anodised parts are available for 25T spline servos such as Futaba and Savöx and also as 23T variant for Spektrum, Sanwa and KO Propo servos.
Exotek have introduced new carbon fibre and aluminium option parts for the Xray XB2 2WD buggy. First up is a 2.5mm carbon fibre bottom plate fitting both the carpet and dirt spec kits. Quasi weave construction insures proper stiffness while the lightweight material makes this chassis weigh in at only 84 grams, 42 grams lighter than stock. The bottom plate is a direct replacement for the stock part.