New from T-Works for the Tamiya TC-01 are these DLC-coated shock shafts and suspension pins. Both the shafts and pins have been made of high-quality steel that has been given a DLC coating for a slick and rigid surface. The coating is usually used to protect the crankshafts of nitro engines, ensuring very low wear and long durability. The shafts come in packs of 2 and 4, while the suspension pins come in packs of 4.
The new Mission FT from Schumacher is an ideal introduction to the popular front wheel drive class. Based on the company’s fast, durable and race proven Mission platform, it features a forward motor position for maximum traction and fully adjustable suspension with alloy threaded shocks to handle the toughest carpet or asphalt tracks. The strong driveshafts can cope with the rigours of FWD class racing, even with powerful modified motors. Should you want try your hand at 4WD the Mission FT can easily be converted into a great handling 4WD touring car.
Building upon their very popular GeoCarbon V2 Arms for the Awesomatix A800 MMX, RC Maker are excited to present their V3 arms. Featuring front steering arm options for both single and double bellcrank steering, as well as rear steering arms, they feature duplicated geometry of standard arms and provide more flex on the toe axis, which in testing yielded more traction. The V3 Arms now feature a pressed 7075 aluminium M3 threaded insert, so now you can screw the ball stud directly into the arm.
Increasing the number of colour options available for their popular DR10 drag race car, Team Associated have now introduced a purple version. Joining the previously available orange and green editions, this new colurway features the same chassis and configuration as the others meaning it can be purchased as an RTR as well as a LiPo combo version which includes LiPo battery and charger.
New from the Pepe Group is this P-Line Muffler Glove spray, a special protective grease that is resistant to very high temperatures. Supplied in a 400ml can you apply it by spraying at least one complete layer of the product onto the pipe/manifold. Afterwards all the tire rubber residue that sticks to the pipe can be easily removed with a simple cloth and without any effort. An application lasts for more than 12 hours.
New from Roche for the Rapide F1 series comes this new aluminium side link mount. Made by 7075 aluminium with a slot on bottom for a more stable mounting on the main chassis, the side link angle is changeable by altering the included red anodised aluminium insert to adjust the corner response.
Rêve D have introduced the long-awaited 6mm version high traction spring retainer, to add a further option to what was already available. By increasing the spring position you positively induce chassis roll and improve side grip without compromising traction performance. A thoroughly lightweight design, it not only improves suspension performance by reducing unsprung load, but also looks great. The cups are machined from high-quality aluminium, they sport a black surface finish, machined silver edge details and white laser-engraved markings.
The first round of the popular XRS Slovakia race series was held last Saturday at the Hudy Arena in Trencin. Unfortunately, due to local Covid-19 restrictions the entry count had to be limited to 50 drivers. So as expected, the race sold out in very short time, proving the popularity of the series, even in a complicated time like this. The race was run in 5 classes, with 3 on-road classes. Touring car modified, stock (with Hobbywing spec hand-out motors) as well as Formula. In the modified class, Bruno Coelho took the TQ position after the 3 qualifiers, just in front of Alexander Hagberg, with Oliver Havranek in the 3rd spot. Bruno managed to win the race as well, after some really close fights in the finals. Alex and Bruno were separated by less than 1 second in all of the finals, both drivers using the brand new T4 2021 cars.