Coming from Motiv is their new Defy Grey Graphene LiHV battery range. Available are four specifications including an 8400mAh standard size pack of 329g, a 6000mAh low centre of gravity standard pack of 265g, a 5000mAh shorty of 202g, and an 8200mAh 1S shorty of 150g for 1-cell applications. All are made of high-quality +100C high-voltage LiPo cells and the 2S packs feature 5mm bullet-type connectors while the 1S pack utilises 4mm tubes.
Arrowmax have introduced the Dash AI Pro competition brushless speed controller for 1/10th scale applications. The speedo makes use of a machined aluminium heatsink design case in two-tone colouring and it features a 32-bit micro controller, a high-voltage 30mm turbo fan, and an adjustable 6V to 7.4V BEC system allows to utilise standard or high voltage servos. Interchangeable ABC motor terminal assignment allow to custom configure the wire layout for cleaner wiring without crossing cables and the ESC is widely programmable using an optional programming device.
Team Associated have introduced black edition MyLaps lap counting transponders. The Hybrid (2-wire) transponder is the same size and features many of the same specs as the RC4 transponder, but it is backwards compatible with older decoder boxes. This transponder does not support car ID numbers. It is compatible with all AMBrc2 decoder boxes and MyLaps RC3 and RC4 decoder boxes. The RC4 (3-wire) transponder is the latest in the line of transponders from MyLaps. The RC4 transponder supports car ID numbers so you can have the same transponder number in all your cars, with a different ID for each. The RC4 transponder also gives additional telemetry data such as voltage to the transponder and transponder temperature each time the loop is crossed. This transponder will only work on RC4 decoder boxes with version 4 firmware or higher.
Made for their recently introduced CTXWP tyre warmer unit is Muchmore’s new 4200mAh 11.1V LiPo battery pack. The softcase battery is a direct fit and it allows to use the tyre warmer without mains power, something that is helpful if drivers opt to heat their car’s tyres outside of their pit space. The battery come pre-wired and it can be charged within the CTXWP main unit and without detaching the pack.
Team Associated have introduced their all-new Reedy Zappers SG LiHV battery packs. Their silicon graphene construction lowers internal resistance, increases voltage output, reduces operating temperatures, and improves cycle-life. Zappers SG batteries are available in low-profile (LP) stick and shorty versions as well as a 1S version designed for 1/12th scale and other classes that require the use of a 1S battery. A 7.6 nominal voltage means that with a suitable charger, the battery can be safely charged to 4.35V/cell. However, even when the typical 4.2V/cell charging limit is enforced, Zappers SG still offers a significant advantage thanks to a flatter discharge curve, which results in more voltage deeper into the race. A high-quality, durable hard case helps prevent damage while embedded socket connectors keep power-robbing resistance to a minimum. A charge lead and male ESC connectors are included.
Coming from Trinity is an assorted 5-piece set of shrink wraps decorated with Trinity team logos. They are ideal for charge leads or vehicle cable management and measure 45×20.25mm. Included in the set are Trinity, LiPo Factory, Revtech, Monster and White Carbon branded shrink wrap tubes.
Muchmore have introduced the futuristically-shaped Professional electric power driver. It features a build-in battery, Muchmore-branded non-slip rubber grip, LED work and charge indicator lights, separate forward and reverse buttons and a micro 5-pin charging port. The tool works with all 1/4”/6.35mm quick release tool tips and it comes including an USB charge cable.
Hexfly announces the release of its new line of RC brushless electronic speed controllers for 1/8th and 1/10th scale electric vehicles. The ESCs are manufactured by Hobbywing and fit many different classes and scales of RC vehicles. Hexfly currently offers four different ESC models to choose from, the HEX10, HEX8, HEX6 6S, and HEX6 8S. While the HEX10-120 is perfect for all 1/10 scale monster trucks, stadium trucks, and short course trucks, it can also be used in cars and buggies. HEX8-150 is usable for all 1/8 scale trucks, touring cars, buggies, and truggies. The HEX6 for 1/6th scale vehicles comes in two different configurations, 6S or 8S. Each brushless ESC comes with necessary mounting and wiring hardware, which allows the consumers to solder on their own choice of battery connector. Wires, shrink tubing, mounting tape, and zip ties are all included with each ESC.