July 2, 2007

Tech Racing Exelero 23T motor

Tech Racing Exelero 23T motor

The 23 turn motors are coming thick and fast these days and the latest is this version from Tech Racing, called the Exelero. Made by Yokomo, and featuring the companies new end bell, these particular motors have been individually tuned with such adjustments as the setting of the spring pressure and correct aligning of the brushes done by hand, as well as some other adjustments. This particular motor is designed for torque, and as with all the current batch of 23T motors, is JMRCA compliant.

Source: Tech Racing [tech-racing.co.jp]


April 10, 2007

Tech Racing TA05 Athlete conversion kit

Tech Racing TA05 Athlete

Tech Racing, makers of the MY07 Medusa EX, have announced their new Athlete conversion set for the Tamiya TA05. Featuring a long center upper deck, the car is now super rigid, making it perfect for high traction surfaces and the new kit also sports a much lower center of gravity than that on the standard kit. Another new item in the conversion kit is a new motor mount that allows you to remove the motor without having to remove the pinion gear and the part is also made in such a way as to keep the center of gravity as low as possible.

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December 8, 2006

Tech Racing MY07 Medusa EX – now in Purple

Tech Racing MY07 Medusa EX

Well the title pretty much sums up were this story is going. The MY07 Medusa EX from Tech Racing, that we wrote about at the start of November and that only went on sale 3 weeks ago, is now available in a purple anodised version too. The original run of this car was available in both pink and blue so you have until the day after Christmas, when it becomes available, to make up your mind on which of the 3 versions you want.

Source: Tech Racing [tech-racing.co.jp]


November 1, 2006

Tech Racing MY07 Medusa EX

Tech Racing MY07 Medusa EX

Japanese company Tech Racing are close to releasing their MY07 Medusa EX, the follow up the MY05 that finished 9th (Sport) in this year ultra competitive Japanese EP Touring car nationals. The car will be available with pink or light blue aluminium parts and is limited in numbers. The car is set for release on the 17th of November and the first batch will contain titanium parts so if you want one, you better pre-order.

Source: Tech Racing [tech-racing.co.jp]