Made for SOAR Seiki’s range of 1/8th off-road kits are new emulsion-style shock caps. They allow racers to build the shock absorbers of the 998 TD1 and TD1-R in the popular emulsion-style, something that can be beneficial in a range of track conditions.
SOAR Seiki have released first renderings of their forthcoming 998 TD1-R 1/8th nitro off-road buggy. The kit is in the final stages of production and will hit stores soon. In the meantime SOAR pleases drivers with a couple of preview images with the full introduction being awaited in time for the release.
SOAR Racing USA have added Dylan Gerard to the team for 2017. Gerard, a former TLR and Serpent driver, is a very fast and popular racer from the Mid-West United States region. After a little break from racing, Gerard is ready to get back to racing with the new SOAR 998 TD1 buggy and he has the following to say:
After a short break, I am really excited to get back to racing with an opportunity to join SOAR Racing USA as they have a solid, promising platform of 1/8 cars. The quality of their products and willingness to succeed is second to none. The chance to join such a great company is truly an honor and I want to thank Gene Hickerson, Matt Sistrunk, and Didian Ho for this opportunity. I’m looking forward to a great year of racing!
SOAR Racing have revealed first detail images of the new 998 TD1 1/8th nitro off-road kit. The updated buggy will hit the stores soon with more information and images should become available in time for the release.
SOAR Seiki have announced the soon release of the 988 TD1 1/8th scale nitro off-road buggy. No details about the features and specifications are available yet but it is understood that the buggy will sport many refinements and improvements especially in the design and quality department. We bring you more information as soon as they surface.