The Pulse-RC body for Team Durango’s DEX210 2WD buggy is designed with performance and looks in mind. Offering a one-piece design the body is usable for rear and mid motor configurations alike as well as 3 gear and 4 gear usage. Redesigned side pods with air intakes make for improved airflow around the electronics and channel the air towards the motor to allow for best possible cooling even in hot weather conditions. The raised sides also make for more room for the electronics and additional fans if needed. The body is made from high-quality Polycarbonate, comes including a straight design rear wing and sports cutting lines for all motor configurations helping you to perfectly fit the body to the chassis.
On the stand of Ruddog Distribution is the new line of tools and aftermarket optionals from Revolution Design Racing Products. Designed by Michael Vollmer in partnership with Sven Rudig from Ruddog, these new items, which we have featured before on the site are made from high quality materials and in the case of the ride height gauges feature a smooth movement simple function. For the DEX210 there is a whole range of aftermarket parts including weights, shock towers, battery braces and a lot more. These parts on display are only prototypes and the final versions are expected to be released in the coming months.
After revealing the Pulse RC brand some days ago, the German company have released some CAD images of their first body design. Made for the recently released Team Durango DEX210 car, the shell follows the look of the DEX410 cars, improves the airflow within the shell and looks ready to kick some serious butt. This super sexy body can be used for all four motor configurations and will be available early to mid December.
Pulse RC is a new Germany-based RC-Car option parts brand founded by Vampire Racing owner Sven Rudig. Pulse RC will soon introduce RC-Car bodies for almost all classes and scales such as on-road and off-road, 1/12 scale, 1/10 scale and 1/8 scale. The first body that will become released will be for Team Durango’s new DEX210 2WD off-road buggy. A preproduction version was already successfully tested at the recent Indoor Dirt Race in Germany.