VOX engines have introduced their V2 Pro, the next stage of evolution for 1/8 scale On Road nitro cars. A more powerful engine compared to the previous version, there are improvements in acceleration, especially in low and mid range rpm, while Internally there is more precisely manufactured and lightweight components as well as ceramic bearings.
Vox announce a new entry to their racing team in the form of multiple World and European championship finalist Robin D’Hondt. He will use the engines in his 2012 campaign and has the following to say about the deal:
I have tested the engines and the power was very much to my liking. Let’s see what results 2012 will bring! One thing’s for sure, I am feeling very confident about the products I will be using!
VOX engines have announced the new VOX Dieci T1 Pro engine. The first .12 On Road from VOX, it has already been successfully tested in racing conditions, winning the Coppa Italia with Ciro Borrelli in late June of this year. This 3 port motor features a machined piston, 12mm turbo crankshaft with silicone insert and lightweight cooling head. The engine sees the VOX range of products grow to include 2 classes .21 and .12 and 2 categories on road and off road.
Vox engines, the sister brand of Motonica, have announced that they have signed 2010 Spanish 1/8th scale champion Oscar Cabezas for 2011. Motonica driver Oscar will use the new Vox Otto V.1 FT 3.5cc engine to defend his National title as well as compete at the 1/8th scale World Championships in Miami, Florida in April.
Having announced their new engine line a month ago, Vox have released their first pair of 1/8th scale competition engines. The Otto V.1 is the result of the combination of production expertise and parts resizing, aimed at obtaining a new weight distribution through the new cooling head design without affecting the cooling efficiency. The new design has managed to reduce the weight of the engine to 320 grams while at the same time lowering the centre of gravity. The internal components, piston, cylinder and crankshaft are the result of careful design and material choice, with special attention paid to the final assembly process and quality standards. The Otto V.1 is available in Factory tuned as well as standard version.
Fastom, owner of the Motonica brand, have announced the the introduction of their new high level competition engine line named Vox. The new .21 class engine for 1/8 scale on road cars is called Vox Otto v.1 and the release date is set for October 20th. There will be 2 versions available, standard and tuned and all technical information will be available online on the company website starting from October 15th.