For the Mugen MBX8 and MBX8T, T-Works have produced these pairs of steel centre CVDs. Made from a high-quality steel, both the shaft and coupling feature a black surface coating for wear resistance. The rear centre CVD shaft is 110mm long on the buggy and 156.5mm long on the truggy, with the front centre shaft coming in a 78.5mm for buggy and 82.5mm for truggy meaning they also fit the older specification MBX7/7T as well.
Improve durability and throttle/brake feel with this new Factory Team aluminium clamping throttle servo horn. Machined from high quality 7075 aluminium and laser-etched with Factory Team branding, this steering servo horn will add peace of mind knowing there will be no DNF caused by breakage, while throttle and brake feel are improved due to the reduced flex. The clamping design also ensures a secure fit to any servo with matching spline count. Available for 23T and 25T splines.
Arrma have released an EXB full option roller version of their Mojave 6S BLX 1/7th scale 4WD Desert Racer. Born from the biggest airs and harshest terrain, this car comes loaded out of the box with the toughest materials and most resilient design features, just strap in your preferred electronics and go. This version includes tons of aluminium parts as standard including a cool etched chassis, front and rear shock towers, front and rear chassis brace, top plate, servo mount and front upper hanger. The transmission has also been beefed up with a limited slip front and centre differential, while for durability the turnbuckles and front upper hinge pins are now heavy duty steel. The whole package is topped off with and exclusive EXB matte & gloss finish body with gunmetal coloured wheels.
More new products for the Axial SCX10 III from Xtra Speed who have released this extensive upgrade kit. The kit relocates the rear shocks to a lower position to give more flex and so can also be used for mounting a flatbed at the rear of the truck.
More new items from Davide Ongaro’s ONG brand, in partnership with RC-Project, with the release of their new Offroad Clutch System. Developed to make the engine power output more linear and smoother to provide the best traction, vehicle drivability and improve fuel consumption. The 34mm flywheel has been made from steel and features a collar to protect the engine’s front bearing from dirt, even in high-dust conditions. The clutch system comes with 3 aluminium shoes and 1.0 mm springs but you can also get optional parts such as 0.9 mm springs. The nut, the cone and the 3 shims are included in the kit.
The Bavarian Champs final took place last weekend at the Sand am Main track and saw Jorn Neumann (SWorkz) take the TQ spot following qualifying. Jorn would go onto win his Semi final as would Aaron Rönick (Associated) and it would be Aaron that started the 30 minute main final from pole position. In the final Neumann would get tagged from behind at the start which dropped him back to mid pack and allowed Rönick to pull clear. Neumann would recover and by the end was only 8 seconds back from Aaron who took the win, with Jorn second and Max Hesse (SWorkz)in 3rd. Hesse would take the overall Bavarian title having also accumulated points in the southern regional series.
The 3rd round of the Spanish 1/8th Electric offroad Nationals took place this past weekend at the Circuito Rc Roldan in Murcia. A very technical track with very little grip, qualifying saw Daniel Bernabe (Agama) take the top spot ahead of Juan Carlos Canas (Sworkz) in 2nd. In the finals it was Canas that would come out on top after the triple 10-minute runs as the others made mistakes. The runner up spot went to Manuel Iniesta (Kyosho), with the TQ driver Bernabe having to settle for 3rd. This win also gave Juan Carlos Canas the 2020 national title.
This new ONG clutch retaining screw has been made from grade 5 Titanium due to its better thermal expansion characteristics compared to steel. This will make it possible to unscrew/screw without problems, even with a hot engine. It has a total length of 9mm, of which 6mm are thread, and a protrusion from the crankshaft of only 3mm so as to avoid collisions with the tank in case of excessive flex of the chassis. The new geometry eliminates any rubbing between bearing/bell, while the additional external diameter protects the bearing from dust and foreign debris.