Coming from LRP is a new 3000mAh transmitter LiPo battery pack for Sanwa and Futaba radios. Measuring 95x29x18mm and weighing in at 98g the battery is specially designed for the use in radio sets, offering a high capacity and a low weight. It comes pre-wired with a black universal plug and an XHR balancer connector and it fits the Sanwa M12, MT-4, MT-S as well as many other transmitters.
LRP have announced the signing of JJ Wang to their factory team. The young Chinese-American top driver will strengthen LRPs on-road team for the upcoming season and beyond, with a special focus on the IFMAR Electric On-road World Championships in China. JJ will use LRP’s line of brushless motors, speed controllers and LiPo batteries to power his rides and this is what he had to say about the deal:
I would first like to thank Rick and Sean at Reedy for their support in the past two years. After taking a year to decide what’s next for me in terms of complete power package, I am very excited about my future with LRP and very thankful to Jürgen and Ales for giving me the opportunity to join a great team. I look forward to seeing everyone at the track.
LRP have introduced the S10 Twister 2 Extreme 100 brushless 2WD off-road truck. Based off of the standard S10 Twister the truck is equipped with a Vector X12L 4.5T 4700kv brushless motor, a LRP SPX Bullet Reverse controller, a tough metal transmission and metal differential as well as a 4.5kg-cm splash waterproof steering servo. According to LRP the truck is capable of speedd of up to 100km/h with an optional 7.6V outlaw LiHV battery pack. A matte black bodyshell and flashy fluorescent green stickers round out the package.
LRP have introduced a truck load of new Competition Car Line LiPo battery packs with some never-seen-before configurations along the usual array of standard, shorty and saddle packs. First up are the popular LCG P5 packs, low-height batteries that help to lower the centre of gravity of on-road and off-road cars.
LRP have introduced their new Pulsar Pro all-round AC/DC multi-chemistry charger. It offers 80 watts of charge power for a charge current of up to 10A with 2S to 6S LiPo packs. A new feature is the adjustable terminal charge voltage that can be set between 3.8V and 4.4V per cell, allowing to charge the latest generation of LiHV cells with ease. The blue backlit LC display and the 4-button operation make for convenient use and the charger furthermore features a built-in balancer and a 5V/2.1A USB port.
LRP have a new addition to their Competition Car Line series of LiPo batteries available in the form of the 7500mAh TC Stock Spec pack. Specially developed for stock racing classes the battery is made using high performance 110C/55C, HDS-2 technology cells for the highest possible power output which results in improved acceleration and top speed. The 3C chargeable battery offers standard dimensions, it weighs in at 324g an includes a pair of gold-plated 4mm Works Team battery connectors.
Coming soon from LRP is the Ultimate Drift 5300mAh hardcase LiPo battery pack. Built using 110C/55C cells and offering a high capacity, the pack weighs in at only 280g, making for an exceptional capacity-to-weight ratio. The pack comes in a translucent blue hardcase as known from LRPs competition batteries, it is 3C chargeable and utilises standard 4mm tube-type connectors.
New from LRP’s recently announced Antix brand come five economically priced LiPo hardcase battery packs. Build using 45C cells the packs come pre-wired with a US-style T-type connector and an XH balancer port for easy and secure charging and balancing. The range includes an oval diameter 2S 4800mAh racing pack, two 2S straight-type packs, as well as a 3S and 4S battery for 1/8th applications.