JConcepts have introduced the S2 Worlds bodyshell for the TLR 22 3.0 buggy. The follow-up version of the popular Silencer body rocks some familiar features but rolled together with a low-profile stance. Slammed overall height allows the S2 to whisk through the turns with a low centre of mass while the progressive cab design provides plenty of front-end force for superior balance and steering. A channeled roof directs the flow through the centre of the body while also increasing the rigidity of cockpit. The upper side-pods feature distinct vents used to help relieve hot air build-up inside the body while carved and detailed side-pods edge the body giving the highly aero unit a stylish look with and tight fit and finish. The body, available in a regular and lightweight variant, is built to accommodate the TLR laydown transmission, giving all out performance. As usual the body comes clear, including window masks and decal sheet and it includes two 6.5″ Finnsiher rear wings.
Japanese company SMJ have introduced a new carbon fibre main chassis plate for the Xray T4’16, new 25mm touring car springs as well as a multi-purpose body repair tape. Starting with the chassis, the part is cut from high-quality Japan-made 2.3mm carbon fibre and it is of a symmetrical design with a mirrored motor pocket underneath the battery compartment for equal left-to-right flex characteristics. The part is usable on both asphalt and carpet tracks and it is available now.
JConcepts have introduced the 1993 Ford F-250 trail and scale bodyshell for 1/10th trucks such as the ones from Vaterra and Axial. The body is a replica of the ninth generation Ford truck and it features the slightly lower hoodline, rounded front fenders and grille as well as the stout fender flares the 1993 truck was known for. The bed itself is solid and includes slated details to look like its full-scale counterpart. Light body lines and raised sections are present throughout such as fuel tank latch, window weather strip outlines and hood indentations. The hard body-line positioned front to back give the truck heart and the “Built Ford Tough” personality. The body comes clear and includes an authentic decal sheet and easy to use window mask for the detailed hobbyist. The F-250 drops on the Ascender and Axial 12.5″ wheelbase setting, with standard body mounts.
RC-Cox have introduced an adjustable aluminium rear wing mount for GT and other sports car bodyshells. The set includes CNC-machined aluminium wing stays that allow for three different wing angles. Alloy support plates keep the wing aligned even under heavy load and the set includes all needed mounting hardware but no rear wing.
Italian company WRC has introduced the new Pro2 bodyshell for the LM16 1/10th pan car. Offering a different front fender and nose section as well as an updated side pod design comrade to the original Pro1 body the shell offers slightly different handling characteristics. It is usable on the LM16 pan car and other 190mm pan car kits.
Revolution Design Racing Products have introduced their all-new buggy wing buttons designed to improve wing fitment on both 1/8th and 1/10th scale buggies. Machined from aircraft-grade aluminium the buttons help to securely fasten both polycarbonate and moulded wings, prolonging the life of both the wing mount and wing. Machined holes for countersunk screws make for easy and convenient wing mounting, with the buttons being usable with most wing mounts that use screws over the standard body clip solution. The buttons come in the five different colours of light blue, dark blue, black, orange or red.
JConcepts have introduced the S2 bodyshell and Aero wing package for the Team Associated B6 buggy. Slammed overall height allows the S2 to whisk through the turns with a low centre of mass while the progressive cab design provides plenty of front-end force for balance and steering. A channeled roof directs the flow through the center of the body while also increasing the rigidity of cockpit. The dual side-window design that has become famous on the JConcepts bodies remains to bring a traditional feel to the layout. The upper side-pods feature distinct vents used to help relieve hot air build-up inside the body for those high-powered runs or hot days at the track. Carved and detailed side-pods edge the body giving the highly aero unit a stylish look with a tight fit and finish. Cut-lines are included on each side of the body to accommodate stand-up 3 or 4-gear and lay-down transmission layouts. Included with the body, that is available in a regular and light-weight version come two Aero rear wings.
Raceform have introduced pre-cut wing attachments for 1/10th scale off-road buggy wings. Adding the part to any rear wing will improve stability at high speed and also on corner exit with the U-bend attachments coming pre-cut and with various mounting holes already milled out. The assists fit most wings, both screw and body clip mounting styles and they come in packs of two or eight pieces.