LRP have presented their updated brushed motor series for 2021. While the popular Crawler and Truck Puller motor types have been kept unchanged, the V10 series has been updated to the new Spec.6 and two new motors for scalers and crawlers now complete the line up. The V10 Spec.6 motors are available in five different variants, a 19×2, 17×2, 14×2, 12×2 and 10×2, and feature high-power precision winding, dual bearings, high power magnets, SMD capacitor and are fully rebuildable with adjustable timing. The other two motors are similar in features but come in 55 and 80 turn variants for the very precise throttle control needed for crawling.
After months of development and testing, LRP are pleased to present their new Antix batteries. The perfect LiPos for hobby and amateur drivers who are mindful of their budget but still want to run LiPo batteries of high quality. The classic, rounded ‘stick pack’ shape in 134mm length also fits perfectly into older chassis that were designed for this shape and length. Due to the 4mm off-centre cable outlet, the battery posts are also no longer in the way. Available in 3100 and 4100mAh and with popular connectors such as Tamiya, T-Plug, XT90 and EC5, these will be followed soon by 3S – 6S configurations for the hardcore bashers.
LRP have announced the release of their all-new X44 Modified brushless motor for 1/8th scale applications. The motor features highly precise adjustable timing from 0 degree to 15 degree both CW and CCW, it utilises a new precision-balanced 4-pole rotor design with carbon/kevlar wrapping, and it is housed in a black anodised aluminium can with heatsink ribbing for improved heat management. The motor is available in five different kV variants including 1500kV, 1800kV, 2100kV, 2300kV and 2600kV. The motor already prove its performance by allowing Davide Ongaro to take the 2019 EFRA European Championship title and it will hit stores very soon.
LRP have announced the soon release of their all-new Graphene 4 Competition Car LiPo high-performance LiPo battery packs. The batteries use newly developed Graphene 4 cells for higher capacity and further improved performance with Modified and Stock specific packs being available – the latter offering even more power for demanding stock racing classes. New for 2020 is also a new, darker sticker design while the iconic translucent blue cases remain the same as in 2019. The 2020 range will include three Modified specific standard-footprint packs such as the 6700mAh LCG, 5700mAh Ultra LCG and 5200mAh Hyper LCG battery. The Stock specific range includes a 9400mAh, 8100mAh, and 7400mAh standard as well as a 6100mAh LCG battery. As for the Shorty side of things LRP roll out 5900mAh and 4900mAh standard as well as a 4100mAh Stock LCG pack to which add 4600mAh and 4000mAh Modified LCG offerings. The first batch will hit stores beginning of February will full stock being expected for end of February.
LRP have introduced their new under LiPo brass battery weights. The weights are ideal to up the overall weight of on-road and off-road cars while allowing to lower the overall centre of gravity when running low centre of gravity battery packs. The weights are available as standard battery sized 139x47x0.5mm 28g, 139x47x0.79mm 44g and 139x47x1.05mm 59g variants and also as shorty battery sized 97x47x0.27mm 10g, 97x47x0.76mm 30g, 97x47x1.0mm 39g and 97x47x1.65mm 65g plates. All come with a black surface coating and in packs of two per size.
LRP have introduced their new Team T-shirt and a redesigned pit towel. Starting with the blue colour T-shirts, they are made of high-quality light stretch material, sport high-quality prints on the front and back and their design allows the addition of additional sponsor logos. As for the pit towel, its new checkered flag design will keeping the driver in racing mode while building, maintaining or setting up his ride for the next race. The towel is made of high-quality materials and it is washable, ensuring it is looking good for a long time.
LRP have announced the addition of Swedish off-road talent, Jessica Palsson to their electric team. Considered to be one of the fastest girls in RC, Jessica will be using LRP’s full line of motors, speedos and batteries to power her Kyosho 1/10th scale rides and she has the following to say about the deal:
Thanks to LRP and Jürgen to give me opportunity to be in your team! I really looking forward to work with you and to drive many races with LRP fantastic electric power!
LRP have introduced their new 2019 Competition Car Line Graphene 3 LiHV battery packs, including an all-new 17.5mm tall Hyper LCG variant. Available as high-capacity Modified and ultra low internal resistance Stock packs, the batteries are available in the most popular configurations for on-road and off-road classes. The Modified range starts with three standard-footprint packs, a 6400mAh HV LCG Modified pack (274g/22.5mm height), the 5500mAh HV Ultra LGG Modified pack (230g/20.0mm) and the all-new 5000mAh HV Hyper LCG Modified pack (215g/17.5mm). Also available are two Modified-specific shorty packs, the 97mm long 4500mAh HV LCG Modified Shorty (182g/22.5mm height) and the 93mm long 3900mAh HV Ultra LCG Modified Shorty (155g/18.5mm).