PSM introduce these carbon fibre shock towers for the Kyosho MP9 TKI3 buggy. Available for the front and rear of the vehicle the shock stays are CNC-machined from 5mm glossy carbon fibre, they are highly impact resistant and weight only 16g and 20g respectively. The parts are a direct replacement for the stock parts and offer additional mounting positions for the shock absorbers.
Saturday, May 18, 2013 - add a comment
Yaiba Racing have released this woven graphite battery plate set with red anodized aluminuim posts and aluminium battery strap thumb nuts. An easy direct replacement for the standard plastic battery holder it is compatible with all types of motor layout and battery style and is approximately 12% lighter than the standard plastic battery holder.
Thursday, May 16, 2013 - add a comment
PSM have released a set of CVD axles for the Kyosho MP9 TKI3. Made from high grade 7075-T6 aluminium to reduce the drivetrain’s rotating mass, this set is super lightweight, only 30g total, and very durable. A direct replacement for the original axles, the complete set consists of 6 pieces and includes all the necessary hardware to complete the upgrade.
Source: PSM [psm-shop.com]
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Exotek have released some new optional parts for the Kyosho RB6. First up are these machined and anodized alloy spring perch sets for the Kyosho big bore dampers. Extra milling for a lightweight design but the reinforced strength of quality CNC cut aluminium. Milled holes also help reduce debris from collecting inside. Available in red or black. Also for the RB6 are these heavy duty suspension hangers. Precision cut from high strength 7075 and finished with a polished anodizing they come in black or red for the rear and front of the rear lower suspension. Available in RR, RR2, RF & RF2 versions.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
DE Racing have announced some updates to their Borrego wheel line with the release of this front wheel for the Kyosho ZX5. Also new is a Borrego 17mm SC wheel for the Team Associated SC8 and other SC conversions using a 17mm hex. Both new wheels are available in white, yellow, silver and black.
Friday, April 26, 2013
Kyosho have announced their new MP9e TKI, a kit which includes many of the features developed over the last few years for the World Champion TKI3 nitro-powered car. It includes the shorter rear shock tower and the medium length shocks and the shocks feature threaded spring pre-load adjusters and the popular genuine Kyosho Matched light blue springs. It also includes the heavy-duty driveshafts, reinforced bulkheads, stronger upper arms, milled and anodized adjustable motor mount, milled aluminum rear hub carriers and much more.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Yaiba Racing announce the soon release of new aluminium option parts for the Kyosho RB6, Team Associated B4 and Xray XB4 buggy. Starting with the RB6 parts, the company comes up with some more suspension components in the form of wide rear suspension mounts for mid and rear motor buggies. They are CNC-machined from high-quality aluminium, sport a bright red anodising and white writings for easy identification. Available will be RF, RR and RR mid motor parts all of which are direct replacements for the kit’s plastic mounts. New for the Team Associated B4 comes an aluminium front bulkhead that weights in at around 9.5g and that therefore is 5g heavier than the stock plastic part. Made for the Xray XB4 is an aluminium servo saver crank. As the Kyosho parts the items come red anodised and with laser-etched writings. All of the new parts will become available by mid April.
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Team SR have produced this front shock tower for the Kyosho RB6 buggy. This part provides additional rigidity over the stock piece enhancing reliability allowing the driver to push the limits further and explore the entire performance envelope on and off the track. Sporting the Team SR signature sealed edges, this heavy duty yet lightweight tower is machined from 4mm carbon fiber while keeping the factory geometry and retaining all factory mounting holes. This is a direct replacement for the stock plastic tower with the kit requiring absolutely no modifications. Expect a RB6 rear tower soon.
Source: TeamSR [teamsr.co]
Tuesday, April 2, 2013