May 26, 2020

G-Style Grand Slam 4200mAh LiHV shorty battery

Coming from Japanese brand G-Style is their new Grand Slam 7.6V 4200mAh shorty LiHV battery pack. Building on the 2019 all-Japan Championship winning battery, the 2020 variant is constructed using new high-performance 150C LiHV cells that will make for an even lower internal resistance while keeping the discharge curve flatter throughout the race. The pack measures 93×46-5×18.3mm, it weighs in at 155g and it makes use of 4mm bullet-type connectors.

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June 25, 2018

Gstyle Grand Slam II electric brushless motor

Gstyle from Japan have introduced their new Grand Slam II 540-class electric brushless motor. Developed with power increased and better drivability in mind the motor will offer up to 15 percent more power compared to its predecessor while offering a smoother and better controllable throttle feeling and also improved braking performance for a more connected feeling between driver and vehicle. A new can design with large vent openings keeps the operation temperatures at bay while heavy duty solder tabs ensure easy and reliable soldering. The motor will become available as 3.5T modified and 21.5T Ver.4 JMRCA variants first with more winding options to come.

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May 19, 2007

G-Style Team Bomber body shell

G-Style Team Bomber body shell

Japanese company G-style have announced that they are now selling the new Bomber Legend Type A touring car body shell. Made for 190mm cars, this body has been in testing for 6 months with good results and provides lots of downforce in high speed cornering while the addition of the seperate double wing brings stability yet fast steering response.

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May 9, 2007

G-Style towers for Yokomo MR4-BX

G-Style towers for Yokomo MR4-BX

Japanese firm, G-Style, have released these 2 new carbon shock towers for the both the front and rear of the Yokomo MR4-BX off road electric buggy. Made from 4mm thick carbon fiber, these new towers are stronger than the standard 3.5mm version and with the addition of extra shock mounting and track rod holes, these new towers also allow for more tuning possibilities.

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