Asian company Active Hobby introduce this magnetic body mount marker set. Making use of a proven design, the set included four magnet-equipped aluminium bushings, four ring magnets and a set of body post bushings with all parts helping to perfectly mount bodies to a wide range of on-road chassis. The bushings are simply placed on the chassis’ body posts, the body will then be placed on top and the smaller ring magnets applied from the outside near the bushings. The magnetic force will the rings then slide into place allowing to mark the body post position for later drilling. The set is available in a range of colours including blue, black, red and silver.
Active Hobby Products from Japan soon have a line of 1/12th scale foam tyres available. Coming first as 35 shore front and 30 shore or 35 shore rear tyre the donuts are already cut to a low profile diameter making excessive truing unnecessary. Each set will contain 3 pairs and the tyres are designed to fit most of today’s 1/12th wheels. Designed for carpet and high-grip asphalt tracks the foams will become available by end of April.
Active Hobby from Japan have new aluminium shock towers for the Tamiya TT-02 chassis available soon. Both parts are CNC-machined from high-quality aluminium and offer a wider range of mounting positions for the shock absorbers helping to adjust the chassis to a wide range of applications from drift to racing. The towers come including all needed hardware, separate or as combo set and in a wide range of colours including black, red, matte alloy and shiny chrome.
Active Hobby have released this awesome ride height gauge. Made from aluminium and available in a large range of anodised colours, this rocker style gauge gives you an instant and accurate reading of the car’s ride height between 3-18mm as well as being able to measure rebound. Due to its long reach you are able to take a measurement with the car’s body still on.
Active Hobby have released images of the production version of their A210SS touring car chassis. As we showed you before this car has been designed with sports racing in mind and is essentially a reduced size 190mm touring car with dual belts, front C-hub system, front and rear ball diffs as well as front and rear CVD’s. The car is still a true racing machine with a low centre of gravity, stiff chassis, adjustable settings such as toe and roll centres and has lightweight carbon fibre used throughout.
Japanese firm Active Hobby have released further information on their latest project, a 1/12th scale 4wd touring car called the A210SS that we showed you back in the start of September. Designed with sports racing in mind, this car is essentially and reduced size 190mm touring car with dual belts, front C-hub system, front and rear ball diffs as well as front and rear CVD’s. The car is still a true racing machine with a low centre of gravity, stiff chassis, adjustable settings such as toe and roll centres and has lightweight carbon fibre used throughout.
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Japanese company Active Hobby have released this first picture of what they are describing as a new and purely original 1/12 scale electric powered touring car design. Called the A210ss the all wheel drive chassis, which is set for release in December, features fully adjustable long span suspension and will run on supplied 54mm rubber tires. Active Hobby will annouce further details of the A210ss in October.
Active Hobby of Japan have announced that they will be selling this new cooling for both O.S. TZ12 and .12 Novarossi based engines. Its super lightweight, keeping the cars center of gravity low, and is deisgned in such a way as to improve the air flow and cooling around the engine head, while the colour coating is very efficient at dispersing heat. Available in matt red, matt blue (above) and gun metal grey.