Cobra Sino Racing have announced the release of some new servos as well as a new charger. Their new Analogue servos come in 6kg and 9kg versions and are both metal geared with coreless motors and come with a blue anodized heat sink as part of the casing. They also have 2 new digital servos that have state of the art digital SMT technology, have coreless motors and also come with a blue anodized heat sink as part of the casing. These servos also use top of the line IC’s together with multiple layer circuits boards. There is also a new AC/DC Silent Charger, that is a state of the art microprocessor based charger/discharger system. The DiamondBack is a switch type unit and can fully charge 1 to 15 Ni-MH and Ni-Cd cells at a digitally preset amperage of up to a maximum 5.0A using peak detection and temperature limiting methods. The DiamondBack can also charge Lithium batteries up to 6 cells as well as lead acid cells.
New from Team Cobra Racing is this Python buggy tire that will be available at the end of October. The Python has been designed to cater for the racer that requires a universal tyre with a strong low profile side wall and minimum flex and it claims to work on any type of surface in any weather condition. Also new are sets of weighted 6061 T6 aluminum clutch shoes for use in 1/8th buggy clutches. The same company have also released new tools in the form of a new spring steel glow plug spanner and a 6 piece tool kit that comes in a handy pouch and which includes 4 hex drivers and a phillips and flat head.
Our site partners Buggy Sport have some nice pictures and information on this new buggy wing from Team Cobra Racing. Made to perform at the highest level of competition buggy racing this new wing meets all current, and expected future, racing regulations. Designed by ex Aeronautical Engineer, specializing in Aerodynamics and Avionics, Angelo Economou, who is also the owner of Team Cobra Racing International, has applied for a patent for this wing in Europe, Australia, Japan and the USA.
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