RC Maker have announce their brand new collection of option parts for the car of the moment, the Mugen MTC2. Creating some fifteen new option parts they feel they have managed to improve upon the original part with each new design, and that their new range offers Mugen drivers a good selection of parts that will improve the durability, performance or aesthetics of their MTC2. The new items starts with the 1.6mm and 2.0mm CentraFlex carbon top deck, SlimFlex 1.6mm and 2.0mm carbon twin top deck sets both standard and slim battery mount sets, front bumper plate and carbon front and rear steering arms. There is also a brass centre stiffener weight, GeoCarbon medium flex bulkhead/top deck brace, GeoCarbon rear body mount plate, carbon ‘Quick Adjust’ rear body mount spacers, a full set of premium ceramic/ABEC7 bearing set and finally a carbon tweak stick.
Deadfly have produced this carbon bumper plate for the Mugen MTC2 touring car. A direct replacement for the kit part, it adds more rigidity in key areas whilst keeping the overall weight the same as the original. Manufactured from 2mm high quality carbon fibre it weighs only 2.6 grams.
Bittydesign from Italy have introduced a new version of the Seven20 GT body shell for the GT12 class. This project was born from the desire to offer to the enthusiast a body shell that could best combine maximum performance together with an all new style never seen before in this class. The body combines maximum performance with true supercar looks, making reference to a British GT3 supercar. The lowered front nose generates excellent steering while the lowered cab and the sculptured shape of the sides stabilise the airflow that conveys into the large rear wing, making the body easy to drive thanks to balanced front and rear downforce. The lid is moulded from high-quality 0.75mm Lexan polycarbonate, it comes clear, including window masks and a precut decal sheet. A suitable rear wing and wing mounting hardware rounds out the package.
Xray have produced these aluminium screws that help remove excessive radial play of the steering thus improving the steering precision. Machined from lightweight Swiss 7075 T6 aluminium, they have been black coated and laser engraved. Fits all T4 and T4F and sold as a pair.
With the popularity of No Prep Drag Racing exploding, Losi has introduced this ready to run 1969 Camaro drag car. Carefully crafted to give a classic look while still fitting into the rules and regulations set by the No-Prep Drag Racing scene, it has all the advantages of an aluminium chassis such as electronics protection, side impact guards, and a clean wire management system with plenty of 22S option parts. It’s designed with racers in mind with many outstanding features including officially licensed Mickey Thompson tires, limited travel oil filled front and rear shocks, low centre of gravity rear shock tower, extended body mounts, optional heavy duty sway bar, adjustable weight front bumper, elevated transmission, adjustable turnbuckles and a fully adjustable wheelie bar. You get an all-metal gear transmission for concrete dependability along with a Spektrum SLT3 transmitter and dual protocol receiver, Spektrum Firma 100 amp Smart ESC and Spektrum Firma 6500kv brushless motor.
JConcepts has designed a new wheelie bar for the Team Associated DR10 which delivers on looks, versatility and performance. A successful design starts with a solid mounting location to resist twist and flex. The aluminium rear wheelie bar mount designed to fit into place provides solid placement. The anodised black with silver chamfer highlighting give the amazing look but more importantly replaces a stock plastic item which shores up a huge issue with the stock wheelie bar assembly. Backing into the design, attaching steel ball-ends to the assembly works wonders when connected to genuine Team Associated ball-cups threaded into aluminium tubes, steel Fin turnbuckles and secured with 3mm jam nuts to hold adjustment and stability.
RêveD have introduce their first body shell, the Nissan 180SX Wisteria driven by Hideyuki Fujino, one of the best drivers in the D1 Grand Prix. In order to reproduce the powerful aerodynamic design of the actual car in detail, it has been modelled in three parts consisting of a front, rear and main cabin with separate aero parts manufactured by Addiction in Japan. The tail light section comes with very realistic design structure with 3D decals by WRAP-UP (for internal / external attachment), including both early year model and late year model type lenses.
With this new MR33 turnbuckle tool you can adjust the camber and caster on your Awesomatix touring car more precisely and easier than ever. The black anodised aluminium parts feature a pin in the centre which will sit in the ball cup when the turnbuckle tool gets installed from above. Your ball cups will not move anymore when you adjust camber or caster which means that you don’t have to do small corrections afterwards all the time, making your life that bit easier.