Austrian Nosram distributors MW RC Cars have introduced the all new N22 540-size modified brushless motor. It makes use of a lightweight 7075-T6 aluminium can with maximised cooling cut-outs for improved airflow and thus low operation temperatures. A heatsink design and black surface coating further helps with efficient heat dissipation while an optimised sensor design and timing range, dual-axis balanced sintered rotor and 4x10x4mm ABEC5 bearings help to get the most out of the new design. A unique, waterproof PreciSensor assures precise operation with any speed controller and the motors are available in 3.5T to 10.5T variants with odd and even winding options.
Coming from Yeah Racing are the new Hackmotor Mobster 540-size electric brushless motors. Featuring thicker stator wires the “outlaw” motors will offer greatly improved performance and lower running temperatures compared to motors build after the rules of the major sanctioning bodies. The motors utilise premium-quality ball bearings, high-purity copper wires, high-power neodymium magnets and the aluminium endbell makes for improved heat dissipation. Available now are 4.5T and 7.5T modified as well as 10.5T, 13.5T, 17.5T and 21.5T stock variants.
Arrowmax have introduced their new 4mm and 5mm low-profile battery connectors. Utilising a 6-point design and 24K Gold-plating, the plugs will offer a very low resistance for best possible performance while their pre-shaped design will make soldering nice and tidy. The low-profile button head improves clearance so the head will not interfere with the low top decks of today’s electric touring cars. The connectors come as pairs and they are available now.
Coming from TQ Wire is the 2-cell charge wire with 4mm/5mm stepped bullet connectors. 610mm long the charge and balance harness is made using high-quality 12AWG all-black wires, Gold-plated 6-point 4mm/5mm stepped connectors and it utilises an XH balancer plug. The cables are covered in nylon mesh for protection and to keep things nice and tidy.
Arrowmax have expanded their range of high-voltage Lithium-Polymer batteries by a 6000mAh 2S shorty variant. Measuring 96x47x25.1mm the pack makes use of 4mm bullet-type connectors and it is built from high-performance 55C/110C LiHV cells. It can be safely charged up to 4.35V per cell but it can also be used in sanctioned racing and with a 4.2V per cell charge cut-off.
Muchmore Racing are busy adding more variants of the new Fleta ZX V2 motor to their portfolio with the latest outcome being the 1S optimised 6.5T Type-R for 1/12th scale pan cars. Making use of the same teardown as the previous modified variants, the Type-R is specially tuned for 1-cell applications such as 1/12th scale modified classes thanks to a specific stator and rotor combination, resulting in smooth and controllable acceleration.
Coming from LRP is the all-new USB Bridge V3 that allows to change firmware versions on the FlowX speed controller. The device comes including an USB cable, 200mm sensor wire as well as a manual and along with the V3 version of the USB Bridge, LRP also have the updated v2.2 firmware tool available for download to support the FlowX series speed controller. In addition to the FlowX the USB interface also supports the original Flow speedo as well as the iX8 and Spin controllers.
Muchmore have expanded their range of high-performance LiPo batteries by the new Impact LCG Max-Punch FD2 4300mAh 2S pack. Measuring 95.8×46.8×22.5mm and weighing it at 192g the battery is of a low-profile design while the high-performance 120C cells make for exceptional power output in modified and stock classes. The hardcase battery utilises standard 4mm bullet-type connectors and it will hit stores very soon.