Xray’s Beta 2 body for the XB2 buggy is now also abatable in a 0.5mm thick lightweight variant. The low-profile high performance body will offer super smooth airflow, increased steering and stability as well as reduced roll, all while helping with rotation in tight corners. The lightweight variant still offers exceptional durability and it is available now.
R1 Wurks have announced the launch of the new 1650 option rotor for the V21 line of motors. The selected rotors offers 1625 to 1650+ Gauss reading, which is slightly higher than the company’s stock rotors for improved torque. The ROAR-approved rotor, much like the 1650 for the V16, includes the needed shims, as well as a printout of the rotor’s gauss reading.
Round 2 of the FinTrack Tour was held in Kuusankoski, Finland over the weekend. In the Touring Modified class it was Mugen’s Viljami Kutvonen who would make a clean sweep in the qualifiers and finals, taking the TQs in all four rounds of qualifying and coming out on top in A1 and A2 for the overall win. Team Associated driver, Karri Salmela came in 2nd from Xray’s Joel Valander in 3rd. Miko Teponoja and Georgy Chmigal completed the top 5 result.
Psycho Cell Racing have introduced their new high power HP-Series LiHV battery packs. Available as 8500mAh standard and 6000mAh shorty pack, the high-voltage LiPo packs are built using high-quality 120C cells for a lower internal resistance and improved power supply. What makes the batteries stand out is the fact that they are available in different sticker colour, allowing to choose a pack that best suits your personal body or chassis colour scheme. The ROAR-approved packs are available with blue, green, red, orange, yellow and fluorescent pink labels.
Available now from Marka Racing is their new brushless 40mm high speed cooling fan. The 7-blade unit is powered by a dual ball-raced brushless motor for higher torque and thus improved airflow and cooling. The 40x40x10mm fan is high-voltage compatible and it comes with a 200mm black silicone wire with universal plug
Coming from Pro-Line are the Badlands MX28 and Trencher 2.8” all-terrain tyres mounted on the new Raid 2.8” removable hex wheels. The tyres offer exceptional traction and side bite in a variety of surface conditions while the new 2.8” Raid wheels feature a removable hex section that allows to easily adapt the wheel offset as well as switching between 12mm and 17mm wheel hexes. The pre-mounts are usable for monster trucks such as the Traxxas Stampede and Rustler as well as many other trucks that use their wheel dimensions.
OfficinaRC have announce the release of their new LCG universal battery plate, designed to get the most out of the new generation of LiPo batteries. With especially LCG batteries becoming lighter, it is often necessary to add weight to the battery side of the chassis in order to achieve a correct 50/50 left to right weight bias. OfficinaRC’s new 0.6mm brass battery plate weighs in at 32g, allowing to add substantial weight without loosing the advantages of LCG battery packs. The plate can be fixed directly to the chassis or battery, using optional ultra thin tape.
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.