Nemo Racing have introduced the new Bullitt 2800mAh LiIon receiver battery pack. Coming made from high-quality cells the high capacity battery allows for exceptional runtime even when using power-hungry servos during hour-long mains. The softcase pack is of the perfect size for the Agama A215 battery box and it also fits many other cars. Prewired with a universal receiver plug and XH balancer port the battery is available now.
New from Powerstar comes the PH-8012 low-profile servo. The standard voltage servo pulls up to 8kg-cm of torque at a speed of down to 0.12s and it features metal gears, a middle heatsink case, hidden O-ring seals and it comes in black, pink and blue colour with laser-etched graphics.
LRP have introduced the new B3-STX Deluxe 3-channel 2.4GHz radio system. Based off of the popular B3-STX the Deluxe variant makes use of the same case but it features a reinforced steering wheel segment to do away with reliability issues. Another new feature is the transmitter battery configuration that now uses 4-cell battery packs over the former 8-cell types, greatly reducing the overall weight. Other features include a back-lit display, 15-model memory, fail save as well as end-point adjustment beside other adjustments. Included comes a 4-channel B4-RX-Pro receiver.
KO Propo have announced the soon release of the RSx One10 Type-S low-profile servo. The high-voltage compatible servo offers a speed of down to 0.08s, a torque of up to 8.2kg-cm and it sports a coreless motor, dual ball bearings, middle heatsink case and mixed metal and composite gears, while having a lower price tag compared to the remainder of the RSx One10 servo range. The servo is adjustable using KO Propo’s ICS Servo Manager and it is ideal for 1/10th touring and buggy applications.
Reedy have introduced two new high-voltage digital low-profile servos. Developed with both touring cars and 1/10th buggy racing in mind, the RS0806 LP (0.06s/8.3kg-cm) and RT1408 LP (0.08s/14.3kg-cm) offer precision metal gears, powerful motors and aluminium middle cases for fade-free performance. High-voltage compatibility means that increased ESC BEC output voltage can be used without fear of damaging sensitive internal components. Both servos also offer a stealthy black appearance with black receiver leads and they make use of standard 25T spline servo arms.
Coming soon from KO Propo is the Servo Model Selector, a device that allows to store up to five different model pre-set memories in compatible servos. The model selector is usable with RSx, RSx2 and BSx2 servos and it requires the use of KO Propo’s ICS Servo Manager software for an initial setup of the values with the actual pre-sets being easily accessible by just using the Servo Model Selector.
Muchmore have introduced two new 7.4V LiPo receiver battery packs. First up is the flat-type variant that measures 85x29x19mm. It weighs in at 90g and is made using high-capacity 2500mAh cells. It comes pre-wired with a 90mm 20AWG silicone wire with JR-style connector and XH balancer plug. Also new is the 2000mAh hump pack, measuring 54.5×31.5x32mm and weighing in at 91.5g. It comes with a 85mm receiver wire. Both packs are housed in shrink-wrapped soft cases for protection.
Coming soon from KO Propo is the Esprit 4 ASF 2.4GHz radio system for the use with Kyosho’s ASF Mini-Z cars. Based off of the standard Esprit 4 the ASF variant features a specific transmitting technology needed to couple the radio with Kyosho’s ASF Mini-Z cars. The radio is highly adaptable to the driver’s needs and so the angle of both the throttle and steering stick can be adjusted, the transmitter offers digital trims, 6-button and jog dial menu operation, a back-lit display and it weighs in at only around 630g. As for the software features the radio offers class-standard steering trim, sub trim, speed, curve and travel as well as throttle high point, sub trim, speed, and curve functions along quick setup for the most needed items, a timer and stopwatch as well as LCD backlight and contrast settings. The radio will become available in June.