March 30, 2020

Dash R-Tune V3 modified brushless motor

Following a first teaser image Dash have officially unveiled their new R-Tune V3 modified brushless motor. The next generation of the R-Tune features a high airflow aluminium can with arrow-shaped cut-outs for improved cooing efficiency, a lower weight and minimized power fading during a run even in high ambient temperatures. In addition the can also features a special slot to meet the homologation requirements of IFMAR, ROAR and EFRA. The V3 motor will feature the same 2019 Reedy Race winning stator for a much lower internal resistance, an increase in torque and overall performance. The motor also features a balanced 12.3mm rotor to ensure a smooth power delivery with optional rotors being available to fine-tune the characteristics of the motor. The V3 will hit stores in 4.5T and 5.0T winding variants.

Source: Dash [dash-rc.com]


January 6, 2020

Yugo Nagashima signs with Dash RC

Dash have announced the signing of Japanese on-road frontrunner, Yugo Nagashima to their factory team. Yugo comes fresh from a commanding weekend at round 5 and 6 of the OneTen series and he will be using Dash RC‘s line of brushless motors, speed controllers and accessories at all major national and international events from now on. The Serpent factory driver has the following to say about the deal:

After using many different brands of electronics over the years, I really like what Dash has to offer. The powerband and reliability is second to none. It suits my driving style and has good speed to compete against the best drivers. The stylish black and gold design looks trendy and I hope to take advantage of this opportunity.

Source: Dash [dash-rc.com]


January 1, 2020

Dash sign Simon Nicholson

Dash have announced the addition of top Australian on-road racer, Simon Nicholson to their team. Simon will be using Dash electronics during his upcoming campaign that will include all major Australian races as well as select international events. Simon had the following to say about the deal:

First off, i would like to thank Dash and Mr Lau for this opportunity to be part of the current strong dash team. Using their high quality products is the key factor to keep racing competitively both locally and internationally. After several months of testing, I feel motivated for the upcoming seasons. Any products enquiries, don’t hesitate to hit me up anytime for more info.

Source: Dash [dash-rc.com]


December 4, 2019

Dash RC anti-tweak sensor wires

Dash RC have announced the release of their new anti-tweak sensor wires. Available in 50mm, 100mm, 125mm, 150mm, 175mm, 200mm, 250mm, and 300mm length, the high-quality sensors wires are very soft, ensuring easy routing and very little influence on chassis and power pod tweak when used in pan car classes. Additionally the flat design allows to route the wires underneath motors or speed controllers which comes in handy for touring cars and buggies.

View some of the other wires here


August 26, 2019

Jacob Cruz to run Dash Electronics

Dash have announced that Jacob Cruz has their team to run their electronics from 2019 and beyond. Runner-up at the 2019 Reedy race Open class this year, the highly rated young American will be using the full line of products from Dash and batteries supplied by Arrowmax. He had the following to say:

I want to thank Dash and Mr Lau for this great opportunity. After testing out the products, Im very happy with the quality and performance of Dash electronics. Im super excited to be working with and representing a great company. See you at the track.

Source: Dash [dash-rc.com]


July 17, 2019

Dash Ai V2 programming card

Coming from Dash is the new Ai V2 programming card for all Ai series electronic speed controllers. The upgraded hard- and software makes for a high degree of user-friendliness while allowing for quick and easy ESC programming without the need of a PC.

View another image here


July 3, 2019

Dash AI Pro V2 brushless speed controller

Coming from Dash is the AI Pro V2 brushless speed controller. Based on the previous model the V2 variant features state-of-the-art 32 bit micro-controlling and a robust software with the signature black and golden all-aluminium case improving heat dissipation. The redesigned case is now also smaller and lighter, minimising the overall weight and lowering the centre of gravity. The Reedy Race winning ESC was developed and tested with the help of Viktor Wilck and Nicholas Lee with a focus on smooth power delivery needed for modified racing as well as exceptional power efficiency for stock racing. Other features include a high-voltage 30mm turbo fan, an adjustable 6V to 7V high-voltage BEC system as well as interchangeable A-B-C motor connector configurations.

View a list of the main specifications here