HRC Distribution have introduced the new HRC Racing TSW wrap-style wire protection sleeve. Offering a C-shape the sleeve simply wraps around the wire, adding protection from wear and tear and also helping to bundle loose wire such as the ones from charge harnesses. The sleeve is available in two sizes, as 13mm diameter variant for 16AWG to 8AWG wire and also as 6mm variant for servo wires. Both come in packs of 100cm.
Arrowmax have introduced their new 2800mAh LiPo hump-style receiver battery. Measuring 57x31x31mm the pack fits all nitro vehicles that accept hump-type battery packs and its high capacity makes for long operation times even when using power-hungry digital servos. The battery comes pre-assembled with a Futaba-style receiver plug and it is usable with all high-voltage compatible servos and receivers.
Coming from Italian company 7075.it are new brass option parts for the Xray T4 series of touring cars as well as a 540-class brushless motor tool. Starting with the option parts, first up are brass steering bellcrank posts that add about 9g of weight to the front end of the chassis. A direct replacement for the standard parts the brass posts will add weight, making the car easier to drive in many track conditions. The optional posts are usable with the standard composite and optional alloy steering bellcranks.
X-Factory UK have expanded their range of angles charger stands. The range now includes plain black, bright white, race red as well as the original blue version. Also available are two multi-colour versions with the red and black Limited Edition suits the new Corally Limited Edition charger range while the Patriot in red, white and blue suits those people form the likes of the UK, USA, France etc. who wish to proudly display their colours. Made of lightweight high density foam, the angled 4-piece stand is ideal for holding most of today’s chargers but can also be used for items such as tablet devices. The angled design makes viewing the charger’s screen easier and gives easier access to buttons or dials.
Ruddog Distribution’s Glitch Buster receiver voltage stabiliser is a small capacitor unit that is made to be plugged into any free receiver channel. It stabilises the receiver battery voltage and prevents voltage drops that can occur when using power-hungry digital servos and that can lead to radio glitches and thus an uncontrolled vehicle behaviour. It is usable with electric and nitro vehicles and especially recommended when using standard voltage receiver batteries and BEC systems.
HRC Distribution have introduced the new HRC Racing TSW Pro Racing universal fan mount for 1/10th scale vehicles. The clamping design fan mount is constructed from CNC machined aluminium and thanks to its design it can take up to two fans at multiple angles. It is usable with most 540-size motors and 25mm, 30mm as well as 40mm fans thanks to the included multi-hole bracket.
Coming from Trinity is the new Monster Max brushless stock motor. Building on the proven Monster Horsepower motor the Monster Max features the TEP1112 high-torque rotor, a newly designed low-resistance stator, it has the red insulators removed for lower resistance and increased airflow and black thermal epoxy makes for better heat dissipation which leads to a lot less fading of the motor over the run. The ROAR approved power plant is available in 13.5T, 17.5T and 21.5T variants.
Coming from Arrowmax is the new 7.6V 6200mAh LiHV low-profile battery pack. Built from high-performance 55C/110C high-voltage Lithium-Polymer cells the battery offers an increased nominal voltage of 7.6V and it can be charged up to a charge end voltage of 8.7V or 4.35V per cell. Even when used with the standard, and often mandatory 8.4V or 4.2V per cell setting, it offers a flatter discharge curve, meaning more power towards the end of the run. The pack utilises 5mm tube-type connectors and it is available now.