Mon-tech Racing have expanded their recently introduced BlacKollection line of cases and accessories. Starting with two glass plate setup boards for the 1/8 onroad and offroad categories, the version for onroad is 360 x 450mm while the slightly large offroad version is 405 x 550mm. Both plates come with a transport sleeve while the boards themselves sport a decal with handy measurement lines. Also new is a handy sleeve/case for transporting and safely storing your setup system’s toe measuring plate. Like the other items in the range, it sports the Mon-tech logo in white and has the Italian flag along the seam and while the setup board sleeves use a zip, the toe plate case is secured with a velcro flap.
Introducing a must-have tool for Nitro onroad racers, the WellRC WellCut Nitro TC fueling hole template. Four outer gripping surfaces ensure the WellCut stays put when in use and the included holes can be marked for easy alignment once you’ve found the perfect position. Made from a flexible material to easily contour to any body for repeatable results every time they come available in 50mm (EFRA) and 60mm (ROAR) sizes.
Axon have introduced a new conversion kit for the BD10 called the ‘TC10’. Developed to take the best of the high performance Yokomo BD10 and push it to its limits, the first area of focus was the front and rear shock towers that have been redesigned with a new lower profile design. Axon have also developed a new big bore type super short damper specifically for this project as well as a new carbon main chassis and top deck to optimise chassis roll and pitching rigidity. Also included with the kit are new lightweight double joint bushings, new front and rear anti-roll bars, Fusion turnbuckles, Fusion aluminium screws, new spring titanium screws, low friction suspension arm pins and Teflon slider shims.
New from MR33 is this brass bulkhead weight set for the Awesomatix A800FX or FX Evo. The set includes 4 individual pieces which get screwed onto the front bulkhead lining up directly under the differential and adds 90g of additional weight. Compared to other, more forward mounted bumper weights, it will create a little more aggressiveness to the front end of your car.
From Exotek is this extra long adjustable carbon fibre wheelie bar for the Lost 22S Drag car. With the ability to extend the length from 9.5″ to 12″ (axle to axle), the longer bar gives you more stability, for straighter and faster passes without needing to let off the throttle as often compared to the stock short bar. You are able to finely adjust the wheel height via the 4mm turnbuckle or make large adjustments by adding spacers under the wheel. Made of heavy duty 3mm carbon fibre with alloy turnbuckles and mounts and mounts to the stock chassis and motor guard.
New for the Atom 2 GT12 from Schumacher is this spool set, incorporating single bolt fixing hex wheels. This Option Part is specifically designed for medium to high grip conditions and helps improves direction change, on-power steering and predictability in high grip conditions. Whilst being drastically lighter than the kit differential, this set offers a weight reduction compared to the Core RC 3 bolt option as well, and therefore improves acceleration. The new hex wheel design offers improved flexibility characteristics and performance while the single bolt fixing makes changing tyres faster, and maintenance is also greatly reduced compared to the differential. The weight saving of this option compared to a diff is 16.8g. This option part makes use of the new ‘Hex’ style Contact wheels with versions available with 35 and 40 shore as well as the 37 shore control tires.
Creation Model have released two new sets of bushings for the Infinity IF18-2. Machined from high quality 7075 aluminium material, this upper and lower knuckles insert prevents misalignment during a crash and enhances steering response during cornering. One set of bushings is used for -1mm/+1mm (trail/reverse trail) of the upper pivot while the alternative is used for central alignment of the upper pivot (0mm kit standard zero offset).
Last weekend the first race of the central German Championship took place at the Wiesbadener Minicar Club track with 42 drivers attending the event. In the expert class it was Shepherd factory driver Toni Gruber who claimed the pole-position for the 30 minute final followed by Shepherd returnee Oliver Mack in second position. At the start of the final Toni was able to defend the first place but Olli followed close behind and tried to keep the pressure high. At the first pit stop team Mack was a little bit faster and Olli re-entered the track just in front of Toni and took over the lead. In the following minutes Olli increased his lead step by step, but unfortunately a backmarker crashed into Ollis car ruining his chance for a victory as some repairs were necessary. Toni took over the lead and never looked back, crossing the finishing line in front of Olli who was able to keep the second place. Dennis Weihert completed the podium in third position.