April 27, 2018

Xpress Execute XQ1 camber link stiffener set

Coming from Xpress and made for the Execute XQ1 touring car is a camber link stiffener set. By changing the front upper links to a triangular system, the C-hub is stiffened which provides a more predictable handling especially on high grip tracks. The set is a direct fit and includes all necessary hardware.

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April 26, 2018

Xpress XQ1 XOC On-power Control System

Xpress have introduced their new XOC Xpress On-power Control System for the XQ1 touring car. The set allows to quickly change between static and dynamic rear toe-in by removing the connecting links and installing included spacers underneath the rear alloy hubs. Included in the set are also hard compound rear arms, carbon fibre knuckle arms as well as alloy and steel hardware.

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April 20, 2018

Xpress Execute XQ1 carbon upper bumper plate

Xpress have introduced a carbon fibre bumper support plate for the Execute XQ1 and the forthcoming XQ1S touring car. The part is machined from high-quality cabin fibre and it is a direct replacement for the standard moulded composite item. Included beside the upper plate are also suitable bushings and mounting hardware.

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April 18, 2018

Xpress 4.5mm & 4.25mm aluminium hex adapters

Xpress have introduced their new 4.5mm and 4.25mm offset aluminium wheel hex adapters for the Execute XQ1 touring car. The 12mm adapters are machined from aluminium, they come black anodised for looks and laser-etched for easy identification. The different offsets help to fine-tune the front and rear track width and the adapters, that come as pairs, are usable on Xpress’ own XQ1 and also other brand’s kits such as the Xray T4.

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March 28, 2018

Xpress Execute XQ1S sport touring car kit

Xpress have released more information on their forthcoming Execute XQ1 sport touring car kit. The vehicle, designed for club-level racers, is based off of the competition XQ1 chassis but features some downgrades such as more cost-efficient black fibreglass parts such as chassis, top deck, shock towers and upper servo mount plate as well as moulded front and rear bulkheads – the latter still of the keyed 1-piece design as are the XQ1 kit’s alloy counterparts. The design will reduce the changes of the chassis assembly becoming tweaked after impacts. Also made from moulded composite are items such as the front and rear lower A-arms mount, however the kit sports competition-inspired items such as left/right thread turnbuckles, a sturdy aluminium motor mount and threaded oil-filled shock absorbers with upper and lower alloy caps and spring preload nuts. The kit is fully compatible with all of the carbon fibre and aluminium goodies of the XQ1, allowing racers to upgrade the car if needed and the kit is set for a release in April.

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March 22, 2018

Xpress tease Execute XQ1S club-level touring car

Xpress have released a first image of their forthcoming XQ1S club-level touring car kit. The car is based on the full-breed XQ1 competition kit, however several fibreglass parts and other simplifications will make the kit more wallet-friendly for newcomers and club racers. The car is set for a release in April and all information including images should become available soon.

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March 6, 2018

Xpress alloy & graphite on-road car stand

Coming from Xpress is their new aluminium and graphite 1/10th touring car stand. It features an upper carbon fibre plate with milled out holes to take four shock absorbers during building, setup and maintenance while the aluminium side rails in a red and black 2-tone finish make for a cool appearance. Anti-slip padding prevents the chassis from sliding around and becoming scratched. The car stand comes as kit, requires some assembly and is available now.

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February 27, 2018

Xpress Execute XQ1 hard suspension arms

Coming from Xpress and made for the Execute XQ1 touring car are hard lower suspension arms. The wishbones are made from a harder compound material and offer less flex for improved suspension efficiency and a more controlled ride especially in medium to high-bite track conditions. In addition the harder arms are more durable than the original plastics and they improve car handling in high ambient temperatures.

Source: Xpress [rc-xpress.com]