Trinity have introduced the Motolyser DC 1S booster for all 1S LiPo battery classes. Super small and of a low weight the voltage booster allows to run 1S LiPo-powered 1/12th and 1/10th scale cars without the need for an additional, and heavy, receiver battery pack. The booster features an on/off switch that is mounted right on the PCB for improved durability and reliability and it was used by TQ Marc Rheinard and new IFMAR World Champion, Naoto Matsukura, among others, during this week’s Electric On-road World Championships.
New from PowerHD comes the crawler-specific DW25LV servo. It features an all-aluminium case, durable titanium and steel gears, a powerful coreless motor and it pulls up to 25kg-cm of torque at a speed of 0.11s. The standard voltage servo is also fully waterproof to make for rear go-everywhere capabilities and it comes black anodised and with white laser-etched graphics.
Futaba have introduced the GYC440 car drift gyro and the SBS-01C current sensor. Starting with the gyro, the ultra-lightweight and compact GY440 series single-axis gyro offers setup ease and it is S.Bus and S.Bus2 capable. Dip switches select gyro direction and mode, with information clearly displayed by green and red LEDs. Also new is the SBS-01C current sensor. Compatible with select FASSTest and T-FHSS S.Bus2 systems, the SBS-01C collects real-time data on motor current, battery voltage and capacity used. It also allows to set vibration and/or audible alarms for any three functions, and use the transmitter’s data logging functions for more detailed power system analysis.
Coming from Yeah Racing is the Hackgear Drift Spec digital low-profile servo. Equipped with a drift-specific firmware for quick and precise steering response the coreless motor servo also features a mixed titanium and copper geartrain, a ball-raced 25T output shaft and it pulls up to 7kg-cm of torque at a speed of down to 0.08s. The servo is available in several middle heatsink colours including black, orange, blue and pink.
Coming soon from ProTek is the new 170SBL Black Label high speed brushless servo. The high-voltage compatible servo features a black anodised aluminium heatsink case for improved heat dissipation and a reduced weight, it utilises a metal gear train and pulls up to 38.5kg-cm of torque at a speed of down to 0.08s. Furthermore the dual ball-raced servo comes with detachable receiver wires of 135mm and 285mm and it is usable for both 1/8th and 1/10th scale applications.
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.