Exotek have introduced two new aluminium steering bellcrank sets for the Xray XB4 and the HB Racing D216 buggies. Both are machined from high-quality 7075 aluminium and they are of a heavy duty yet lightweight design. Four extra bearings replace all bushings and crunch sleeves for the steering plate make for wobble-free, smooth and long lasting operation. The XB4-specific set fits the current and also the older spec kits while the D216 part is also a direct replacement, matching the stock geometry.
Coming from Exotek are new aluminium option parts for the Team Associated B6 and B64 off-road kits. First up is an aluminium front camber mount for the B6 and B6D. The heavy duty 7075 alloy bulkhead is intricately machined to reduce its weight to only 15 grams, which is only four grams more than stock, while insuring its heavy duty construction. The part maintains stock geometry and it is available in polished factory blue or black.
Coming from Exotek and made for the HB Racing D216 buggy are a carbon fibre side rail set as well as titanium front axles and quick change shock mounts. Starting with the chassis rails, the set is made from high-quality 5mm carbon fibre material and it increases the stiffness of the chassis for sharper handling on all race surfaces. Attached to the chassis the parts also help to seal up the body when used with optional hook and loop straps. The kit also includes heavy duty alloy battery posts and steel hardware but the stock plastic LiPo holders can be trimmed down if it is preferred over the included alloy posts.
Coming from Exotek are new option parts for the Kyosho ZX6.6 and the Team Associated B6 buggies. Starting with the Kyosho parts, new are the heavy duty 5mm carbon fibre front and rear shock towers for the company’s current 1/10th 4WD buggy. Made of high-quality 5mm carbon fibre and weighing in 11g for the front and 13.4g for the rear shock tower, the parts add durability and overall rigidity by replacing the standard composite plastic shock towers. This results in a more consistent handling especially on high-grip tracks. Both towers are cut from glossy finish carbon fibre and they are available separately.
Exotek have released a bunch of new option parts for Kyosho’s RB6 series of buggies. First up is a 5mm carbon fibre rear shock tower for the RB6.6. Mid motor specific, the shock tower is of a heavy duty design yet lightweight at 16g with the more robust material than the stock plastic part making for consistent handling on high-grip tracks. Designed with a reinforced cut at the shock posts for added strength and a low centre cut for improved wing air flow and a lower centre of gravity.
Coming from Exotek and made for the TLR 22 4.0 and 3.0 buggies equipped with standup gearboxes is a carbon fibre battery strap. The design works with the stock body clips or Exotek’s optional twist nut post set and it is stronger than the standard battery retainer, keeping the battery from moving while adding visual impact at the same time. Included with the battery strap comes an alloy hinge plate for secure mounting.
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.