Coming from Speedzone’s Evolution brand is the SC80 80A spec class electronic speed controller. The SC80 is specifically designed for 1/10 scale spec class racing and is suitable for both off-road and on-road classes. It comes factory set in “blinky” mode with the same setup of United States Stock TC ace Dave Johnson. And although the factory default setting is an optimised setup for blinky mode, an optional program box is available to customise settings to suite driving styles in blinky mode as well as non-blinky mode. The controller is 2S LiPo compatible, has a 9.5T and above motor limit and comes with factory installed wires, capacitor and fan.
Speedzone have announced their new Evolution brand, designed for and dedicated to competitive racing. Made to broaden Speedzone’s exposure in the competitive RC car racing scene, the first product offerings for the brand are 1S, 2S standard and shorty 130C LiPo packs. The 6000mAh 7.4V LCG pack measures 139x47x22.5mm and weighs 294g. The 5200mAh 7.4V shorty pack measures 96x47x25mm and weighs 228g, and the 8100mAh 3.7V pack measures 93x47x18.5mm and weighs in at 160g. All packs were designed to produce high voltage with low internal resistance and utilize 5mm bullet connectors.
Speedzone has introduced a new ultra-torque rotor for their spec class motor line. The 12.5×25.8 rotor is recommended for off-road and on-road use when conditions warrant even more torque than the standard high torque rotor. The rotor and shaft come marked for easy identification and it is available now.
Coming soon from Speedzone is their new 2.5T drag racing motor. The highly powerful motor comes equipped with a 13.5mm high torque rotor and it features high RPM precision bearings, high-temp high-purity copper stator wire and a low-resistance stator. It is built using a CNC-machined Billet T6 aluminium can, is equipped with high-power sintered neodymium magnets and it will become available in a standard or tuned variant.
Speedzone have introduced their new oval diameter 7.4V 4000mAh hardcase LiPo battery pack. Ideal for a range of applications including ready-to-run vehicles, certain Tamiya kits or starter boxes, the hardcase “racing pack”-style battery is made of high-quality 50C LiPo cells and it offers a high capacity for long operation times. The pack comes pre-wired with an industry-standard balancer power and a T-type power plug.
Speedzone have introduced their new 13.5T tuned motor, a hopped-up variant of the standard version. The tuned motors feature a stricter tolerance sensor board, better asymmetry, rotor test, motor test, ceramic bearings, aluminium screws and they come with a motor readout.
Speedzone have released three new hardcase graphene LiPo battery packs. First is a 4000mAh 7.4V 100C Slim LCG Shorty battery pack. With dimensions of 95x47x18.5mm and weighing 162g, the 100C pack offers versatility, true capacity at 7.4v, and exceptional performance in modified and stock racing classes. The 5200mAh 7.4V 120C LCG pack measures 139x47x22.5mm and weighs 274g and is another pack which offers strong performance in touring modified and stock racing classes. The 6300mAh 7.4V 130C pack is the ultimate in voltage and low resistance. With a standard 2S size of 139x47x25mm and weighing 310g, this 130C pack delivers the highest average voltage and lowest internal resistance available in the entire Speedzone line of battery packs. All packs utilise 5mm bullet connectors.
Speedzone have released two new hardcase silicon graphene LiPo competition battery packs. The standard 2S pack is a 6500mAh 120C variant with dimensions of 138.5x47x25mm and it weighs in at 296g. The shorty batterie is a 5000mAh 120C pack that measures 96x47x24.8mm and weighs 208g. Both packs have 5mm bullet connectors and come with the battery leads and standard JST-XH balance plug.