April 6, 2022

Scorpion high performance ratchet driver

Scorpion have presented their new high performance ratchet driver. This lightweight, yet ultra-durable tool contains many unique features which make it the optimal tool for many of your wrenching needs. The main feature is the new the ratchet system. The 3 position ring allows you to select if you want the Ratchet to work in the CW, or CCW direction, or lock both directions. Combined with our hollow core design, and knurled handle grip, the result is a tool with amazing function all which helps speed up your builds, and reduce fatigue on your hands. If that was not enough, there is even more features packed in this tool. This tool is also a Multi-Tool, which houses up to 7 tool bits in the handle including 1.5mm hex, 2.0mm hex, 2.5mm hex, 3.0mm hex, 4.0mm hex, 4.0mm Phillips and 4.0mm Flat bit.

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November 17, 2020

Scorpion multi-bit hex driver

Scorpion have released their convenient and versatile new multi-bit hex driver as part of their high performance tool line. This single tool contains 4 different hex sizes, 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm & 3mm, plus it has an adjustable shaft length for compact storage and use, as well as extended use for those hard to reach bolts. With Scorpion’s hollow core design, and knurled grip surface, you have an ultra lightweight tool with fantastic grip and feeling in the hand. When you pop the top off you then have access to the 4 x tool tip holder and your choice of hardened steel hex driver tips. If the tool in the short configuration is not long enough, then pull up on the locking latch and the tool extends to a locked longer position, no other tools needed for adjustment. When you are finished the tool easily retracts back to its original configuration, and the tool tips magnetically slide back into the tool tip holder.

View more images of the tool here


June 4, 2018

Scorpion to power the OneTen series

The organisers of the 2018/19 OneTen Series presented by Infinity are extremely pleased to announce Scorpion Power System as the official supplier of handout motors for the Stock class. This highly competitive class will be run with identical 13.5T motors from this well respected Hong Kong based brand, joining other well known race series around the World such as the ETS to run the famous gold and black power plants. The OneTen series kicks off on in Shanghai at RCI V2 on October 6-7 before going to Hong Kong in December for round 2, then on to Guangzhou in January for round 3 and ending back in Hong Kong in March. Scorpion handout motors will be available at each event with each entrant to the Stock class receiving one with their first entry.

More information, along with details on how to enter, can be foundĀ here.


February 15, 2018

Scorpion Power System Platinum 7700mAh 2S LiPo

Scorpion Power System have introduced their new Platinum Series 2S 7700mAh 65C standard-size LiPo battery. The hardcase pack measures 138.4×46.5×24.9mm, weighs in at 296g and is built using high-quality 65C cells, making it ideal for all modified and stock racing applications.

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February 14, 2018

Scorpion Platinum Series 3400mAh shorty LiPo

Coming from Scorpion is their new Platinum Series 3400mAh 2S shorty LiPo battery pack. It measures 92.8×46.5×18.3mm, weighs in at 136g and it is built from high-quality 65C cells, making it ideal for both competition modified and stock racing. The hardcase pack utilises 4mm bullet-type connectors and it is available now.

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September 2, 2017

Marc Fischer Scorpion-powered through to 2020

Scorpion Power System have announced the signing of Germany’s Marc Fischer to their factory team. The former Trion driver signed a long-term contract through to 2020 and he will not only race Scorpion’s brushless motors and speed controllers but he will also assist with research and development. Marc says:

Since my contract was done on 01.08.2017 with Trion, I really want to thank Koba for the great and good Time in the Team. I test multiple system for a couple of weeks and I decided Scorpion Power System is the way to go for me. As George van Gansen offer me to work in the RD and testing/developments. So I am really happy that from 01.09.2017 until 31.08.2020 I sign with Scorpion Power System and want to thank George van Gansen and the whole Scorpion Team for the opportunity for their team. First official Race will be ETS Round 1 in October, so I am really looking forward for the first Indoor event and for sure with the new system. Thank you very much George.

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April 29, 2017

Lee Martin teams up with Scorpion Power Systems

Scorpion Power Systems have officially announced the signing of UK front runner, Lee Martin to their factory team. The Yokomo driver and former EOS champion had his debut for his new electronics sponsor at last weekend’s EOS finale in Austria. Lee will be using Scorpion’s full line of 1/10th scale brushless motors and speed controllers along the company’s high-performance LiPo battery packs and he had the following to say about the deal:

I’m proud to announce that I have joined Scorpion Power Systems for this year and beyond. Having met Georges in person a little while back, I could already feel that his passion and pride in his company was second to none. Being able to work directly with the factory will give us both the opportunity to push the boundaries and achieve great things together. Using the electrics at last weekends EOS for the first time was already a great indication of things to come as they ran faultlessly and felt great! Thanks to Georges for opportunity to work together.

Source: Scorpion Power Systems [scorpionsystem.com]


February 24, 2017

Scorpion RS-3420 21.5T ETS version brushless motor

Scorpion’s RS-3420 21.5T ETS electric brushless motor builds on the proven RS-3420 series modified and stock motors for exceptional performance and drivability. It features a 12.5mm rotor with patented screw-type surface for maximum torque and low running temperatures while a built-in cooling fan further reduces internal heat built-up. The can’s heatsink design offers up to 200 percent more cooling surface compared to plain can motors while a special design allows to maximise the copper fill of the windings. The motor, that is the hand-out motor for the Formula class of the Euro Touring Series, comes with special ETS markings for easy identification and it is available now.

Source: Scorpion [scorpionsystem.com]