Trinity have introduced their all-new White Carbon 14.8V 4S LiPo battery pack. Built from high-performance 6000mAh 60C cells the hard-case battery is ideal for demanding 1/8th scale applications and it utilises 5mm gold-plated bullet-type connectors over the usual wires for cleaner wiring.
Ideal for Reedy’s 1216-C2 charger as well as other IEC 320 C5 compatible devices are new angled AC power cords. They feature a 90-degree angle to minimise the charger’s footprint in cramped pit areas. A standard 1 metre length is versatile and easily plugs into wall or floor mounted sockets, while the 50 centimetre version works well for table-mounted sockets.
Coming from Reedy is the new 5300mAh shorty LiPo battery pack. With its high capacity and 70C rated cells the battery is ideal for demanding modified and stock racing applications alike. It utilizes a protective hardcase of “standard” shorty dimensions, 4mm socket connectors for a low resistance and it complies with ROAR, EFRA, BRCA and IFMAR specifications.
Coming from LRP is a new 3000mAh transmitter LiPo battery pack for Sanwa and Futaba radios. Measuring 95x29x18mm and weighing in at 98g the battery is specially designed for the use in radio sets, offering a high capacity and a low weight. It comes pre-wired with a black universal plug and an XHR balancer connector and it fits the Sanwa M12, MT-4, MT-S as well as many other transmitters.
Following the respective modified variants Team Corally have now introduced the Dynospeed 3.0 Spec racing brushless motors. They utilise a machined T6 aluminium can with airflow openings, high-purity copper windings, heavy-duty solder tabs and sintered neodymium magnets. An improved stator design makes for high efficiency and the motors also sport dual sensor ports, adjustable timing and they comply with IFMAR, EFRA, BRCA and ROAR rules. The Spec motors are available in the four stock specific variants of 10.5T, 13.5T, 17.5T and 21.5T.
Hobbywing’s long awaited XR10 Pro brushless speed controller is finally available to the public. The follow-up model of the successful Xerun V3.1 features an aluminium case and an efficient hear dissipating system for maximum cooling even in high ambient temperatures and in demanding racing conditions. Taken over from the V3.1 is the build-in on/off switch that keeps external wires to a minimum while offering a maximum of protection thanks to being completely waterproof, dustproof and shock resistant. Another feature is the switch mode BEC that allows to select standard 6V or high-voltage 7.4V output while delivering up to 4A of current for power-hungry servos. On the software side of things the XR10 Pro offers 10 pre-set programmes for 1/10th and 1/12th classes as well as on-road and off-road racing. Adjustable throttle and brake PWM frequencies allow for precise and accurate throttle and brake control for both modified and stock racing and on top of this Hobbywing’s top-of-the-foodchain 1/10th speedo also supports wireless programming, updating and data reading with the help of an optional WiFi module. For those who prefer a more standard programming, the controller utilises a separate programming and fan port as seen on the previous V3.1. The controller is available in a range of colours including black, orange and red to match with the car’s colour tone and it is available from now on.
Coming soon from GForce is a 10.5T motor and 90A speed controller combo package for drift cars. The set includes the sensored Raijin 10.5T drift motor and the TS90A speed controller with the motor featuring large venting openings, a 3-piece aluminium motor can and an internal fan to lower the running temperatures. The included TS90A controller is highly adjustable, it sports turbo functions, a large heatsink and it is adjustable using GForce’s own Progbox programming device. The package will become available this month.
Team Corally have introduced the Dynospeed 3.0 MODX sensored brushless motor series. Based around a T6 aluminium can the motors feature a high airflow design, high purity copper windings, heavy duty solder tabs as well as sintered Neodymium magnets. Other features include adjustable timing and dual sensor ports. The high performance competition motors comply with IFMAR, EFRA, BRCA and ROAR rules and they are available in 3.5T to 10.5T modified variants.