December 9, 2021

Agama A319 1/8th buggy 2022 spec

Newly updated, Nemo Racing have released the 2022 version of the Agama A319. This nitro buggy is the latest iteration in the successful A319 platform and now comes with some of the most popular options as standard. Included in the kit is the performance gearing, grey diff cups, emulsion shock caps, grey/orange springs and 8×1.2f/8×1.3r pistons.

View more images of the A319 2022 here

November 2, 2021

Video – Nemo Racing Concept Agama 1/8th car

Nemo Racing in the UK have produced this video outlining their new concept Agama 1/8th Nitro buggy, set to be called the A422. The car sports inboard shock absorbers, removing the need for shock towers, with the aim of lowering the car’s centre of gravity. They have been doing extensive testing with a lot of 3d printed parts and hope to move forward with the project following some addition testing around the UK and completing some final design tweaks. Check it out.

Source: Nemo Racing []

August 24, 2021

PSM A319 carbon shock towers

New from PSM for the Agama A319 come these carbon fibre front and rear shock towers. With the front tower made from 5mm thick carbon and the rear from 4mm, both towers are lightweight and very durable and feature an optimised geometry and offers an alternative setup solution for your Agama A319 vehicle.

View the rear shock tower here

April 29, 2021

Michal Orlowski joins Nemo Racing

Nemo Racing are very excited to announce that Polish super star and one of the Worlds fastest drivers, Michal Orlowski has joined the team to run the Agama A319P, A319EP & A215T cars. Michal and his father are known for their dedication to perfection and with hard work and a huge talent, Michal has already become European Champion in 1/10th as well as multiple EOS Champion. Now Michal takes his speed to the 1/8th scene and will be competing at as many events as the World allows us to get too safely as well as running the 1/8th Nationals in his home country.

Source: Nemo Racing []

March 15, 2021

Agama A319P Performance competition 1/8th buggy

The Agama A319P is the next evolution of the Agama A319 Nitro Platform, the constant drive for development and performance has culminated in the A319 Performance. The performance edition of the A319 nitro buggy includes a new drivetrain featuring a 43/13 diff and pinion gearing matched up with a 47T spur gear and 13T clutch bell. The resulting performance advantage was evident along with increased drivetrain efficiency and durability. Next up are new 17.5 degree aluminium caster blocks that are now included in the kit. The best steering balance, steering consistency and durability on all track conditions. The centre diff engine mount chassis stiffener is now included in the kit. With its machined design and centre chassis alignment it significantly increases clutch bell and spur life without compromising on lateral chassis flex. The LMR Full Thrust body shell with its striking design and enhanced aerodynamics made it an obvious choice for the A319. Combined that with the included Beta rear wing which provides increased rear end consistency and makes the car easier to drive. Other now standard parts include domed droop screws, black/yellow shock springs, machined shock pistons, 7075 servo mount, solid steel brake disk and hard graphite diff cases.

View more images of the new car here

February 9, 2021

Agama A319 20/10 Internal diff gears

New from Agama for the A319 and A319e are these 20/10 Internal diff gears. 20/10 internals make the car feel like it has more forward traction and is very good in medium to high grip conditions. They also produce increased corner speed and in turn produce faster lap times in these conditions. Comes with enough six gears to complete one single differential.

Source: Nemo Racing []

January 20, 2021

Nemo Racing USA sign Broc Champlin

Nemo Racing USA and Agama have announced that Broc Champlin has joined their factory race team for 2021. Broc will be running the Agama cars under the Nemo Racing flag at events all over the country. Nemo USA boss, Billy Tylaska said ‘We are super stoked to have an ace driver like Broc join our team. Broc was put firmly on my radar at the 2019 ROAR Nationals when he had a long nice battle with Ryan Lutz in the main final. Excited to see what he will do with our cars and can’t wait to get out there with him.’ And from Broc about inking this deal:

I am ecstatic about being able to run for Nemo Racing and Agama in 2021. Billy Tylaska has helped me a ton getting started and I found a groove with the product very quickly. The C-Hub catches my eye so I chased what I felt would be the best. Multiple brands now have that either as their standard, or an option. The Agama cars are very easily tuned and drive like Cadillac’s and that is exactly what I want and need in order to better myself in the 1/8th scale department. I believe in all of the platforms, the staff, and myself, that I can do great things with Agama Racing Products. Thank you everyone at Nemo Racing, excited for 2021.

Source: Nemo Racing USA []