Coming soon from Reds Racing is their new X-One off-road exhaust system. It features an innovative design with the exhaust pipe coming welded to the manifold in order to improve performance and fuel consumption. Furthermore with the new X-One layout there is no need of using or replacing springs or gaskets which equals better reliability and tuning stability. The exhaust system is set for a release in March and more information and images should become available in time for the release.
Capricorn have introduced the new One brand .21 and .12 exhaust manifolds. Their special shape will make for optimised torque in the low to mid RPM range. The manifolds sport engraved One logos and they fit most on-road engines.
MW RC Cars from Austria have released a first teaser image of their forthcoming nitro off-road engine. Picco-based by the look of things the power plant will become available within the next two weeks and more information should surface in time for the release.
Coming from Ielasi Tuned are two new engines in the form of the Nitro21WC US Edition and the Nitro12WC US Edition. Both are based off of their respective WC Edition counterparts, with whom they share their outer setup, but they have been renamed after the recent tests in the U.S. that saw some internal updates to further increase the performance of the .21 1/8th and .12 1/10th Touring engine.
OS Engines have announced the OS Speed 21 Adam Drake Edition. Available in February as just the engine or as part of a combo set that comes with the T-2090SC pipe and 85mm longer manifold. Designed to Drake’s specifications and suitable for both buggy and truck, it features a new cylinder liner with new porting, newly design DLC crankshaft with double tungsten counter weight and a different bore x stroke (16.40 x 16.55 mm). The engine also comes with carburettor reducers in 6.5mm and 8.0mm, a ceramic rear bearing and is supplied with the familiar 21J carburettor and P3 Gold plug for better fuel mileage.
Coming from Capricorn is their new One .21 nitro on-road engine. Based on the O.S. Speed 2103 the power plant features an exclusive aerodynamic bi-colour cooling head, however more details about the engine are not known yet.
SMI from Germany have introduced their new Orcan RSR-MH 2.1cc competition nitro on-road engine. Based on the popular RSR3-MH Sound of Racing engine, the RSR-MH has been upgraded and reminded for 2018. The most prominent feature of the are power plant is a shim that is located under the sleeve that can be added or removed to change the timing and thus the performance characteristics. With the shim fitted, the RSR-MH’s timing is set up exactly like the 2017 RSR3-MH, making it perfect for medium-sized and large tracks. Removing the shim changes the timing to deliver outstanding drivability and extra torque. This also reduces fuel consumption, restricts the maximum RPM and thus limits top speed. As on previous models, the carburettor comes complete with insulating bushing. In addition, modified air intake characteristics deliver lightning fast responses to throttle input. The distinctive outer of the new motor has an aluminium-coloured cooling head engraved in grey with the insignia Orcan RSR-MH. The engine is a limited edition items of which only 44 units are available.
O.S. Engine have released first information on their forthcoming Max-R21 3.5cc nitro on-road engine. The power plant is based off of the O.S Speed R2102, however it is understood the engine received a make-over in many aspects to make it more affordable yet easy to tune. More information will become available in time for the release.