January 23, 2019

Wild Turbo Fan Blow Harder 30mm fan

Wild Turbo Fan have introduced their new Blow Harder 30mm fan unit. The 12mm thick fan features an industry first nine exhaust fins design which generates the twisting wind pattern for focused air flow, hence more air to cool the object. With the nine exhaust fins design the support structure between the case and the core has been increased, and together with thicker side walls the case is much stronger compared to a standard 30mm fan. A round lip is also moulded into the intake side of the fan to further smooth out air flow. Last but not least, all the fan unit is manufactured with all new electronics.

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January 23, 2019

Schelle Racing Innovations B6 laydown spur guard

Schelle Racing Innovations have introduced a laydown transmission spur guard for the older spec Team Associated B6 buggies. The 3-D-printed part works with the kit B6 laydown motor plate and stops body rubs by keeping the body away from the spur gear. Strategic mount screw locations let drivers remove the spur guard without disassembling the car.

Source: Schelle Racing Innovations [schelleracing.com]


January 23, 2019

T-Works RC8B3.1 hard-coated alloy steering shafts

Coming from T-Works and made for the Team Associated RC8B3.1 and B3.0 buggies is a hard-coated aluminium servo saver shaft set. Precision-machined from aircraft-grade 7075-T6 aluminium the shafts are a direct replacement for the standard steel items, scrubbing weight without sacrificing strength. The hard-coated surface ensures long wear and the shafts are usable with the RC8B3.1 and B3.0-based buggies and trucks.

Source: T-Works [rc-tworks.com]


January 23, 2019

Xtreme Racing XXX-4 carbon fibre shock towers

Made for the vintage Team Losi XXX-4 1/10th scale 4WD buggy are Xtreme Racing’s new carbon fibre shock towers. Machined from high-quality 4mm material and offering additional mounting positions for the shocks and upper camber link ball studs the towers are direct replacements for the stock fibreglass parts.

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January 23, 2019

Pro-Line Raid 2.8” removable hex wheels

Pro-Line have introduced their new Raid 2.8” removable hex wheels for the monster trucks such as the Traxxas Stampede and Rustler. The design allows to easily change the offset of the wheel to fit different applications by simply changing out the hex. Owners can go from the included 12mm narrow offset for the 2WD Stampede/Rustler rear to the included 12mm wide offset hexes for the 2WD Stampede/Rustler front and 4×4 Stampede/Rustler front and rear offsets quickly and easily. They also allow to replace a damaged wheel hex without needing to replace the glued tyres or even upgrading wheels to the separately sold 17mm wheel hexes for extreme use!. The wheels accomplish all of this and more by using Pro-Line’s unique 6×30 interlocking hex design that is secured to the wheel by six M3 screws that are spaced 30mm across. The Raid wheels feature a detailed 10-spoke design that recreates the latest in high performance full-size forged racing wheels with the strength and durability to match the bold look. Moulded-in bead-loc detail adds to the realism.

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January 22, 2019

Pro-Line Badlands MX SC 2.2”/3.0” tyre

Coming from Pro-Line are the Badlands MX SC 2.2”/3.0” tyres in M2 compound. The Badlands MX SC tyre uses the latest in motocross tread technology with huge, long-lasting lugs giving it the style and performance that have won over bashers across the globe. The oversized grass and dirt shredding lugs offer the ultimate in performance under all-terrain type conditions. Compared to the previous Pro-Line Badlands tyres, drivers can expect even better traction, improved wear resistance and enhanced style. Made from Pro-Line’s soft yet durable M2 compound, the Badlands tyre is poised for battle and ready to take Short Course Trucks to the next level of bashing heaven.

Source: Pro-Line [prolineracing.com]


January 22, 2019

JConcepts D819 S15 buggy body shell

Coming from JConcepts and made for HB Racing’s forthcoming D819 1/8th nitro buggy is the new S15 body shell. The S15 blends performance features on the popular Silencer body with new features such as mid-body winglets and rear stabilizer kick-up. The roof of the body remains strong with the upper fin in position for stability and tracking ability. The engine area remains clean and a deep rooted position allows the engine head maximum side exposure to air and escape. The front and rear body mount area is cleanly designed and allows for a drop-fit on the D819 and D817V2 kit variants. For the precise fit, the design has undergone changes to match the HB Racing chassis side-guards and body mount positioning. The S15 stance cockpit allows ample fuel tank access, a smoother high-speed windshield transition which tackles even the most high-speed conditions. The hard edged chamfering provides the classic JConcepts look while also delivering aero benefits and perfect decal positioning. Each body comes with window masks and a decal sheet.

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January 22, 2019

Adam Drake TQs & wins at Stadium Nitro Shootout

The Stadium Nitro Shootout was held in Adelanto, California last weekend, attracting some of the region’s fastest off-road racers. In the Open Nitro Truck category it was Mugen’s Adam Drake with the overall TQ after the qualifiers and also the win in the 15-minute A-main event, leaving behind Wallie Builds’ own Nick Wautlet (Team Associated) as TLR’s Bryce Beaver came in 3rd overall.

Source: Mugen [mugenracing.com]