Available now from German company Hacker is their latest 1/8th brushless speed controller, the Tensoric8.2. Designed for the use with 2S to 6S LiXX cells, the speedo builds on the experience gained with the Tensoric8 and it features a completely redesigned and more powerful PCB power control board, a newly designed heatsink and a switched high voltage BEC system that allows to choose between 6V or 7.4V output for the use with standard or high-voltage compatible servos. All that is housed in a new fibre-reinforced case with lower aluminium heatsink. Mounting holes in the lower case make it possible to mount the speedo to the chassis or radio tray, doing away with the need to use double-sided tape which results in improved reliability. From stock the ESC comes with a software profile optimised for Hacker Skalar8 brushless motors but with the use of the optional Progbox V1 or V2 the controller can also be adapted to any other brushless motor while allowing to fine-tune the countless software parameters as well.
German company Hacker introduce the new straight-type TopFuel 2000 Eco-rX LiPo receiver battery pack for nitro vehicles. Using standard 2/3A straight pack dimensions the battery is build from 2000mAh cells and it comes prewired with red BEC plug and a compact EHR balancer port. The pack is usable for all applications that require a straight-type receiver pack and ideal to power the latest breed of high-voltage compatible servos.
German company Hacker introduce the Skalar8 V2 brushless motor line for 1/8th buggies. Featuring virtually the same case design as it predecessors the motor sport many refinements and improvements such as a shorter length, a lower weight, reduced internal resistance, lower current consumption and increased efficiency. Coming with an improved timing shield the motor also have more torque and more RPM. The 4-pole sensored motors with a length of 64.4mm are available as 1750kv, 1900kv, 2100kv and 2300kv variant.