RêveD have introduced their all new transmitter carry case, a super convenient way to carrying and store your radio. The main body of the bag is made of a hard wearing nylon material and sports a large printed RêveD logo on the outside. With internal cushioning for shock absorption, it protects your precious radio from damage and the bag is oversized to cater for a wide range sizes of radios that are currently on the market. The inside lining is also equipped with an inner pocket that is convenient for storing small items such as servos and receivers etc.
Onisiki have introduced their new full aluminium case drift steering servo. Fitted with special software optimised for RWD drifting, it has been designed to work with the vast majority of gyros on the market for improved control. The servo sports Onisiki’s signature markings that match their other accessories such as esc, fans, gyros and capacitors.
Reedy’s new RC4020A HV Digital Competition crawler servo has been trail-tested and engineered for use in competition-level trail trucks, crawlers, and monster trucks. A powerful motor creates incredible torque without sacrificing speed, while an advanced microprocessor provides precision steering control. An all-metal gear set is designed for strength and durability while a CNC-machined full-aluminium case reduces operating temperatures for fade-free operation. Because the RC4020A features HV 8.4V compatibility, external BEC units can be utilised to create an incredible 50 kg-cm (695 in-oz) of torque.
KO Propo have dropped their all new EX-Next transmitter and KR-420XT receiver. Equipped with a new standard called ‘XT’ that they claim achieves the fastest communication speed in the industry. An all new control and radio communication software was developed making it about 3 times the speed of the EX-RR. High-speed communication in the XT advanced mode improves the information density that will be sent to the receiver for a smooth and more responsive feeling. The EX-Next also supports ‘XT Telemetry mode’ that uses 2-way communication. When 4S series servos, that support serial compatible, are connected to the B/S port in the new receiver you can use realtime ICS allowing you to easily change parameters of the servos from the transmitter without accessing the car directly. Even using the XT Telemetry mode that is 2-way communication, the high-speed response, while slower than XT advanced mode is still faster than the EX-RR.
Introducing the new BC-T4WC V2 digital servo from BR1, brand of multiple World Champion Bruno Coelho. Created for all Xray T4 drivers that are looking for maximum performance, this V2 servo is the follow up to the innovative BC-T4WC servo released last year. The BC-T4WC V2 was developed together with numerous professional drivers, to achieve the best possible performance. The aluminium case makes it ultra precise and sleek looking, while the unique interchangeable mount allows the servo to be used either in an optional front, or standard rearward mounting position. Another exclusive feature is the optional 5 gram brass weight that can be incorporated into the mount, to optimise the balance of the chassis.
Reedy’s all-new HV Digital aluminium brushless servos are race proven and feature numerous enhancements over their predecessors. These include precision metal gears for added strength and smooth operation, a powerful brushless motor for lightning-quick speeds and maximum torque and an advanced microprocessor that improves vehicle control. Its state-of-the-art CNC-machined aluminium case increases rigidity while lowering operating temperatures for fade-free operation. Available in 3 different versions, the RT3507A and RS3005A are externally identical but the former is a high torque servo, while the latter is a high speed version. There is also the RT1705A which is a low profile high speed servo.
New for the Mugen MBX8 & Team Associated RC8B3.2, this JConcepts 20mm servo horn is available in both 23T and 25T versions. A clamping style servo horn, it is great for high-torque situations providing additional security and relieving some load to the servo splines themselves. The broad base of the horn tapers to the connection area where the steering takes place. The boss on the top surrounds the ball-end and provides a hefty surface for steering direction. Small ribs have been added on the sides to help strengthen the unit in a twisting fashion and a deep pocket hides the 3mm standard mounting screw. The entire horn has been retouched with chamfer highlight edging and laser etched with JC and the tooth count for high-end looks and authenticity.
Kingmax have introduced their new K8S servo, complete with monster torque and stainless steel gears. Created using a brand new patented gear chain structure that gives it as high as 85kg/cm (continuous torque: 43.6kg/cm) of torque at 8.4V with super smooth delivery. To handle such torque the servo has an all metal casing and even the servo horn is of a super beefy metal construction.