Team Magic have introduced another electric ready-to-run monster truck based off of the popular E6 platform with the new J-Star 6S truck. The vehicle comes factory assembled and including a waterproof Hobbywing 150A speed controller, a 2250kV 6S LiPo-compatible brushless motor as well as a waterproof Savöx metal gear steering servo and a truck bodyshell equipped with a LED light bar. The chassis is equipped with new generation front and rear differentials, a metal centre diff and hardened steel universal driveshafts.
Team Magic have introduced an aluminium main chassis plate for the new E4RS4 touring car. Machined from 2.0mm 7075 aluminium and coming black anodised and with silver edge details, the chassis features optimised flex characteristics for improved performance on high-bite carpet tracks. A novelty are two L-shaped areas under the receiver and speed controller area which make fixing the electrics much easier and more reliable while retaining the natural flex characteristics of the chassis.
Coming from Team Magic and made for the new E4RS4 touring car are 1.8mm and 2.3mm carbon fibre upper decks. Offering different flex characteristics, the thinner 1.8mm deck is best suited for the use in combination with the soon-to-be-released aluminium main chassis while the thicker 2.3mm variant was developed for the use with the standard carbon fibre chassis and when running on high-grip tracks.
Team Magic’s E6 Raptor 1/8th brushless ready-to-run monster truck is now also available in a special green edition. The truck features an updated 4WD drivetrain with CNC-machined bevel gears, a metal centre gear diff, four hardened steel universal driveshafts and large aluminium splined wheel hubs. The chassis comes factory-assembled with a new 6S LiPo-compatible 2250kV brushless motor, a Hobbywing 150A speed controller and a Savöx metal gear steering servo. The kit is rounded out by a black and white body shell with green details as well as green beadlock rings for the multi-terrain tyres.
HRC Distribution have introduced the 6S LiPo-compatible version of their popular B8ER 1/8th electric off-road buggy. It is based on the race-proven B8RS competition buggy and features a waterproof HARD brushless system, a powerful 16kg-cm metal gear servo and it is equipped with aluminium shock towers, high-quality CVD driveshafts as well as HRC longline high-traction tyres. With its 150A-rated speed controller, 2250kV brushless motor and and optional 6S LiPo battery the buggy is capable of a top speed of up to 110km/h.
Made for the recently introduced E4RS4 electric touring car is the 3D flex system set from Team Magic. Developed for low to medium-bite tracks the system will increase the pitch stiffness of the chassis while still allowing for sufficient torsional flex that is necessary for traction and side bite on lower traction surfaces. Included in the set are a pair of ball cups, pivot balls as well as a turnbuckle and shims.
Fenix have introduced their Flexy Sexy aluminium chassis for the Team Magic E4RS4 and also an updated main plate for the Team Associated TC7.1. Starting with the Team Magic chassis, it is 85mm wide and weighs in at 82g. Excessive machining in the middle section makes for optimised flex characteristics of the fully symmetrical chassis, making it ideal for all medium to high-bite conditions. As for the updated TC7.1 chassis the main plate now offers ARS mounting positions directly on the chassis. An “ARS” engraving makes for easy identification of the updated item.
HRC Distribution have introduced the new Team Magic E4RS4 electric touring car kit. The car made its debut at round 5 of the ETS back in June and it is available now. The kit is based on the all-new Symmetric Flex chassis that incorporates a new top deck and the Symmetric Flex management for optimised torsional flex. The latter is a carbon fibre centre brace that spans from the servo mount to the motor mount and it allows to access different chassis flex settings while ensuring increased pitch rigidity for better acceleration and less belt jumps.