Max Airbrush introduce the Magma bodyshell for the Mugen MBX7R line of buggies. Made from genuine Lexan material the body sports the company’s unique Magma design and as a novelty the body is usable with both the nitro and electric-powered variants of the MBX7R as the side pods are large enough to fit the battery underneath while still offering a slim overall appearance of a nitro body. The same applies to the engine area of the 7R Magma that allows for efficient cooling of the nitro engine without looking abandoned when left closed on the electric buggy. As usual the body comes clear, ready for own design ideas.
Italian company Max Airbrush introduce the Magma V1.0 bodyshell for the Xray XB8 buggy. Made from clear polycarbonate material the body adapts the unique look of the company’s Magma design in order to create a new look for the XB8. Both material and shape ensure a good amount of robustness while a special shape around the engine’s cooling area provided sufficient cooling.
Italian company Max Airbrush introduce the Magma design bodyshell for TLR’s 8ight 3.0 buggy. Made from genuine Lexan material the body adapts the unique look of the MP9-specific Magma in order to create a new look for the 8ight 3.0 buggy. Both material and shape ensure a good amount of robustness while a special shape around the engine’s cooling area provided sufficient cooling.
Italian airbrush artist Massimo Solazzo, better known as Max Airbrush, introduce an own line of bodyshells for 1/8th off-road buggies called Magma. Thoroughly developed and shaped to sport a distinctive “Italian” design, the body promises stability and enhanced handling characteristics and it comes made from genuine lexan material. The first Magma body will fit Kyosho’s MP9 line of buggies including the TKI2 to TKI4 with tailor-made shells for TLR, Mugen and Xray buggies being available soon.