From 7075.it, these new aluminium rear uprights for Kyosho MP10. Made from high quality T6 7075 aluminium, this new part is anodised with a hard black surface treatment for more durability and with an attractive style. These new MP10 rear hubs are compatible with the original eccentric inserts and bearings.
From T-Works for the Xray XT2’21 / SCX is a pair of graphite shock towers. Replacing the standard composite parts, the rear tower allows you to choose between the original rear body post or that from AE with rear body post bumper. The front tower is a simple material replacement, from composite to graphite, to match the rear.
Xray have introduced their unique centre active differential for the XB4. This high-performance, adjustable gear differential vastly improves the buggy’s speed and handling characteristics. The special design of the internal components, using different angled segments, allows the diff gears to engage on-power to increase forward traction and stability to make the buggy faster and easier to drive. While a performance option for serious racers who want to gain an edge on superior speed and handling, it will also benefit any level of driver that wants a more predictable and easy-to-drive car in any racing conditions.
Stadium trucks are fun to drive and durable, not least because the body protects the parts that are exposed on a 2WD buggy. Of course, this comes at a price, and stadium trucks bodies usually don’t last as long as their little brothers. For Team Associated’s latest entry to the category, help has arrived in form of the Revolution Design T6.2 body mount stiffener set. Precisely machined carbon fibre stiffeners brace the body mounts against the impacts of involuntary tough landings, thus reducing stress on the polycarbonate body. As a side effect, body clips tend to stay in place much better, which aids to solve another regular issue of stadium trucks.
Designed for off-road use, these new 1up Racing LowPro ultraLite wing washers feature a smooth, low-profile design without any cutouts that pick up dirt during less-than-perfect landings. The oversized 16mm outer diameter is preferred by factory drivers as it reduces wing flex, aiding in rear-end stability. Precision machined from 7076-T6 aluminium and finished with dark black anodising and mirror-like chamfers for exceptional looks and durability. These also look killer on drag cars using screws to secure the body and the low-profile design improves aerodynamics.
Ultimate Racing have introduced the ‘Team Edition’ version of their previously released M5S Ceramic engine. The ‘Team Edition’ concept uses the same Ultimate engines that are for sale, but the engines are assembled directly in their factory, completely broken-in and then thoroughly checked by their competition team to extract 100% of the performance from the engine.
Add extra durability and precision with RDRP’s new aluminium steering blocks for Team Associated’s sixth generation of 2WD vehicles. Sharing the geometry with the kit’s 4mm offset plastic parts, they are a direct replacement without influencing your dialled set-up too much. The black anodised aluminium parts are labelled with laser-etched L and R marks, and of course the well-known RDRP logo. Silver chamfered edges round out the stealthy factory look.
LRP have presented their updated brushed motor series for 2021. While the popular Crawler and Truck Puller motor types have been kept unchanged, the V10 series has been updated to the new Spec.6 and two new motors for scalers and crawlers now complete the line up. The V10 Spec.6 motors are available in five different variants, a 19×2, 17×2, 14×2, 12×2 and 10×2, and feature high-power precision winding, dual bearings, high power magnets, SMD capacitor and are fully rebuildable with adjustable timing. The other two motors are similar in features but come in 55 and 80 turn variants for the very precise throttle control needed for crawling.