April 20, 2018

RC-Project MBX8 aluminium steering post

Italian company RC-Project have introduced a set of aluminium steering posts for the Mugen MBX8 buggy. They are machined from high-grade 7075-T6 Ergal and come with a 50µ thick hard coating for wear. The posts weigh in at only 4.9g a pair and while being light of weight they are also ver durable.

Source: RC-Project [rc-project.it]


April 20, 2018

Xpress Execute XQ1 carbon upper bumper plate

Xpress have introduced a carbon fibre bumper support plate for the Execute XQ1 and the forthcoming XQ1S touring car. The part is machined from high-quality cabin fibre and it is a direct replacement for the standard moulded composite item. Included beside the upper plate are also suitable bushings and mounting hardware.

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April 20, 2018

Yeah Racing TRX-4 alloy axle housings

Yeah Racing have introduced their new titanium-coated aluminium axle housings for the Traxxas TRX-4 trail truck. The housings are available separately for the front or the rear of the truck and their wear-reducing titanium coat and machined silver edge details make for that extra bling owners are looking for. In addition to looking cool the parts also add durability and they are usable with the original or after market diff covers.

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April 20, 2018

T-Works MBX-series aluminium wheel hubs

T-Works have introduced a range of lightweight aluminium wheel nuts for the Mugen MBX series of buggies and GT cars. The wheel hex adapters are machined from high-quality 7075-T6 aluminium and they come hard-coated for wear. Excessive machining greatly reduces the overall weight for lower rotational masses while adding a bit of visual impact at the same time. The wheel hubs are available as a 4-piece 0mm offset set and also as 2-piece +1mm or +2mm sets that help to increase the track width when conditions call for it. All three types are usable with kits such as the MBX8, MBX7/R, MGT7 and MBX6.

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April 19, 2018

Hiro Seiko introduce updated 48 & 64 pitch pinions

Hiro Seiko have made a running change to their range of 48 pitch and 64 pitch aluminium pinion gears that now come with a new hard-anodised surface and MoS2 treatment. The 48 pitch gears come in 31 sizes from 13T to 43T while the 64 pitch pinions are available in 43 sizes of 16T to 48T. All are cut from high-quality aluminium, they sport a hard-anodised surface for wear and are Molybdenum-coated for minimised friction.

Source: Hiro Seiko [hiro-seiko.com ]


April 19, 2018

Muchmore Fleta Euro V2 aluminium capacitor mount

Made for Muchmore’s Fleta Euro V2 speed controller is a dedicated aluminium capacitor mount. The item is machined from high-quality aluminium and it was designed to conveniently hold the single capacitor of the Euro V2 speedo. The capacitor can be attached using thing double-sided tape of glue and with the increased contact patch it is much easier and more secure to hold the capacitor in place. The mount weighs in at 1g and it is available in black, red or gold anodising.

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April 19, 2018

T-Works MP9 TKI4/3 shock & suspension mounts

Coming from T-Works and made for the Kyosho MP9 TKI4 and TKI3 are front and rear alloy shock towers as well as a front upper suspension mount. The front shock tower is available in a S/High Mount configuration while the rear shock stay is of a standard geometry. The front upper suspension mount is supplied in High Mount configuration to match the front shock tower. All parts are machined from high-grade 7075-T6 aluminium, they come hard-coated for wear and looks, laser-etched for easy identification and they are available separately.

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April 19, 2018

RC-Project NB/EB48 lower shock screws & uni balls

Italian company RC-Project have introduced new lower shock screws and uni balls for the Tekno NB48 and EB48 series of off-road kits. Starting with the lower shock mounting screws, they are machined from 7075-T6 Ergal material and they feature an optimised overall diameter to ensure a better connection between the pin, arm and lower shock eyelet ball. In addition the thread diameter has been enlarged by 0.05mm to ensure the screws are sitting tight even in used suspension arms. The hard-coated screws are supplied in colour-coded and marked left and right hand thread variants to ensure they will not come loose accidentally during use.

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