Sweep have introduced their new Defender-T tyre for 1/8th scale truggies. Based off of the Defender buggy tyre the truggy-specific variant builds on the new V2 carcass with a reduced width and rounder shape, providing a more constant driving feeling on bumpy tracks while also creating more forward drive. The square-type tread along with refined pin spacing will create tons of side-bite and the tyre is available soon in YX, SX, BX, RX, and WX long-wear compounds.
Sweep Racing have introduced the Muzzle design bodyshell for the Kyosho MP9 1/8th off-road buggy. Sporting the ever popular cab forward design the body is meant to improve steering reactions while the distinctive rear wing provides improved traction in low-grip track conditions and on bumpy surfaces. The body is made from thick 1mm polycarbonate and it comes clear, ready for your favourite paint job.
Sweep Racing have introduced the Hydroedge 1/10th touring car wet weather tyre. Made using a special rubber that is softer than standard and coming with a unique tread pattern the belted tyre is usable in both damp and wet conditions. The tyre with the part number EXP-WT is the official wet weather tyre for the 2016 ISTC World Championships on Beijing and it will complement Sweep’s EXP-36R2PG dry weather hand-out tyre.
New from Sweep Racing comes a range of silicone shock and differential fluids. Made using pure high-quality silicone oil the fluids are available as 200cst to 950cst shock and 1k to 10k gear differential variants and they come in 50ml bottles with pointed caps for easy and convenient use.
The Reedy Race have announced that the Sweep EXP Evo-R 36 (EXP36RPP) has been chosen as the spec tire for the 2016 Reedy International Touring Car Race of Champions. Lead test driver Rick Hohwart shared his thoughts about Evo-R 36: “On the recently resurfaced and now fully cured Tamiya America racetrack, the Evo-R 36 is capable of record lap times with consistent performance from run to run and throughout the day. These qualities make the EVO-R 36 the natural choice for the Reedy Race.” Remember that each paid entry includes one set of marked and numbered Sweep EXP Evo-R 36 tires. Drivers will be allowed to purchase an additional three sets of marked and numbered tires for use as they please for qualifying and triple main events. There is no limit to the number of tires a driver may purchase for practice, but tires used during controlled practice seeding rounds must be marked tires purchased at the event.
Sweep have introduced their new Defender 1/8th buggy tyre. Just like the recently introduced Pixel, the Defender builds on the V5 carcass for an increased footprint and less ballooning under acceleration with the latter being achieved by an inner web design. The tyre is developed especially for dusty and bumpy mid-traction conditions and it comes including the V3 closed cell inserts and in a total of five different long-wearing compounds.
Sweep Racing have introduced their new hooded sweatshirts for the 2016 season. They feature a newly-designed Sweep logo on the back along additional graphics on the front and the sleeves. The hoodies come in black colour only and they are available in sizes of M to XXXL.
Following a first teaser Sweep now officially revealed their all-new Pixel 1/8th off-road tyre. Sporting a closely spaced square block tread the tyre is meant to offer improved wear characteristics especially on abrasive tracks while the bigger and wider V5 carcass design with a larger footprint prevents the tyre from excessive ballooning while making for a comfortable handling at the same time. The Pixel will become available in Sweep’s new Long Life X compounds soon.