Coming from BSRC and made for the new Agama A319 buggy is a carbon fibre fuel tank splash guard. Machined from high-quality carbon material the splash guard attaches using optional M3x8mm hardware and M3 nyloc nuts and it keeps the brakes and air filters from getting fuel on them during hectic pit stops.
Coming from Australian brand BSRC are carbon fibre arm stiffeners for the Agama A319 buggy. Designed to fit the soft and hard arms, along with the T-Works titanium droop screws, the stiffeners give the car a nice smooth feeling during cornering and help with corner speed in high grip conditions. Available in different thicknesses of 1.0mm, 2.0mm, 2.5mm, and 3.0mm, the inserts come with M3x8mm countersunk stainless steel screws and they are available now.
BSRC from Australia have a new option part for the HB D817 range of vehicles available in the form of a carbon fibre rear chassis brace insert. Using the insert will reinforce the rear end of the vehicle for less flex and thus faster rotation and higher corner speeds in higher grip conditions. Leaving the brace away will generate more grip in low grip and bumpy conditions. Required to fit the brace insert are three M3x10mm button head screws, three M3 Nyloc nuts and an M3 drill bit.
BSRC has introduced the new Iron Cross design wing buttons for 1/8th scale vehicles. They are machined from high-quality aluminium and they come black anodised and sport machined, natural colour details as well as white logos. The buttons are available in sets of two now and they are usable for 1/8th scale buggies and truggies.
Coming from Ben Sterling RC are several new air filter foam sets for a range of 1/8th nitro buggies. Available as natural, un-oiled foams or pre-oiled with a specifically designed bio filter oil, the foams are sold in packs of ten. The bio oil is a very tacky, but very breathable fluid that is biodegradable and non-toxic while still being fuel and water-proof. The sets are available for the TLR style air filters, the Mugen MBX8 and Kyosho MP9 TKI4.