New from Reckward Tuning is this Dario Vita developed Special tool III. A multi tool for helping dismantle or assemble the RT Speed 2.5 clutch system, it also features a 17mm hex nut spinner. Manufactured in Germany using modern CNC machines from high quality materials.
Reckward Tuning have released their Symbio body shell for the Mugen MBX-6. As with other shells in this line, this body shell will allow you to use all conventional performance air filters available today on the market and is supplied with Symbio decals and window masks. The shell is made from 1mm thick high quality polycarbonate and comes transparent pre cut with the base, tank cap, engine position and antenna all milled out.
Reckward Tuning, who have been hard at work producing their tuning parts, have released some new items for the Kyosho Inferno MP9. First up is the lower rear wishbone mounting bracket that has been machined from aluminium and offers great strength for little weight and is supplied with original Kyosho plastic inserts to allow you to adjust the pivot pin setting. Similarly RT have also created the front upper support bracket from aluminium, which is also lightweight and adds strength to this critical impact area. Finally for the rear differential casing there is a new alloy reinforcement bracket that increases durability of all the parts in this area by reducing play in the casing.
Reckward Tuning have introduced a new racing shell for the Kyosho Inferno MP9 buggy. Designed by Daniel Reckward, this unique looking body shell will allow you to use all conventional performance air filters available today on the market and is supplied with Symbio decals and window masks. The shell is made from 1mm thick high quality polycarbonate and comes transparent pre cut with the base, tank cap, engine position and antenna all milled out.
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Reckward Tuning have announced that they have produced a new Symbio racing shell to fit the Xray XB808. The Symbio body, which is available to fit a wide range of chassis’ will also become available for the Kyosho MP9 and Mugen MBX-6 body shell soon. Also announced is a new range of Tourex tires to be called X100, X200, X300 and X400 and which will be available in three different compounds, soft – medium – hard, with hard foam insert or you can get them pre glued on either white or yellow Tourex 80mm rims.
A few weeks ago we told you about the new line up of Tourex 1/8th scale buggy tires from Reckward Tuning. Our friends at RT were in contact once again to give us further details regarding the different compounds as well as confirming that the tires, along with the foam inserts, will be available in the middle of next month, while the pre glued versions will come on both white & yellow wheels in the middle of October. Available in 4 different patterns, the soft compound is suitable for cold or wet conditions, so perfect for slippery tracks, the medium compound is great for general use, while the hard compound works better with higher outside temperatures and gives better handling over longer runs.
Newly available from Reckward Tuning is the RT Symbio suitable for the Team Associated RC8 buggy. Designed by Daniel Reckward, this unique looking body shell will allow you to use all conventional performance air filters available today on the market. Supplied with Symbio decals and window masks, the shell has been made from 1mm thick high quality polycarbonate.
Last weekend saw the first round of the German National Championships for 1/8th scale buggies held on the multi surface Oberhausen track. Weather was great all weekend and it was the debut race for the RT Tourex X300 tires with 8 racers using them in the main final. At the end of the 40 minutes it was Daniel Reckward that took the win for Kyosho, followed closely by team mate Tim Bremicker in 2nd with LRP driver Patrick Feschtschenko in 3rd, 2 laps down on the leading pair.