SRC have introduced their new battery plate with integrated brass weights for Xray’s RX8 and NT1 nitro on-road kits. The super light cars still have a margin even under the new EFRA rules thanks to lightweight transmissions and materials. With SRC’s battery weight set additional weight is placed as low as possible while allowing to fine-tune the weight balance by shifting the weights forth and back. The plates are machined from high-quality aluminium and they can be loaded with up to five brass weights of 12g to 13.5g in weight.
SRC Racing from Italy have announced the addition of IFMAR World Champion, Bruno Coelho to their Power Fuel team. Bruno will use the company’s 16 percent and 25 percent nitro fuels to power his Xray gas on-road and off-road rides for the remainder of this season and beyond.
Italian company SRC have finally unveiled their all-new DSE 190mm touring car body shell. The EFRA #4068 homologated body features a special design for improved rear traction and stability. A flowing front end shape with hood reinforcements will provide enhanced steering response thanks to strengthening the front wheel arch section. To this adds an exclusive side panel design that adds to the overall rigidity of the body that will become available in Xlight and Super-Xlight variants as well as pre-cut for most of today’s touring cars. Supplied with the lid is a new-design 3-dams rear wing that will increase overall downforce in combination with the new-style front roof design.
Another company to hit the market with a rather extreme 190mm touring car body shell is SRC Racing. Given the teaser images released on social media, the body will follow the latest trend of low-profile high-downforce shells with very pronounced cabins, long trunk lids and sculptured side sections. Full details about the body will become available in time for the release.
Sprint RC from Italy have officially unveiled their all-new E-Spark touring car body shell for 190mm chassis. The shell takes design elements of the World and European Championship winning Spark 200mm nitro touring car body with the design improving overall downforce and drivability. The body comes clear in standard and lightweight variants and also pre-cut for most of today’s touring car kits.
Italian company SRC have released a first teaser image of their forthcoming E-Spark touring car body shell for 190mm chassis. The body builds on the World and European Championship winning Spark 200mm Nitro Touring body and it will become available soon in standard and lightweight versions and also as pre-cut variants for most of today’s touring cars.
Sprint RC have introduced their all new DTRS-Evo2 bodyshell for 1/8th on-road cars. The special front end design with very pronounced front fenders as well as a new side dams profile makes for improved downforce which is further helped by an accordingly designed rear end. The body is available in standard 1.0mm and lightweight 0.75mm polycarbonate and SRC also offers a range of option parts to go along with it such as carbon side stiffeners, a shaped carbon fibre rear body mount support and a 1mm Lexan rear wing.