Edit RC have introduced this new flat pack touring car shock stand that helps you get your shocks built faster and with minimal fuss. The stand holds four shocks to enable you to quickly assemble shocks at the track or at home, then folds away flat to fit in your pit bag or tool box. Made from cool anodized aluminium with a laser-etched Edit logo for a great low-key look to your pit space the stand also sports convenient laser-etched markings so you don’t lose track of your front and rear shocks.
Hudy have released this ultra-fine chassis ride height gauge for 1/10th nitro and electric touring cars. Ranging from 3.8mm to 8mm the steps are in super-precise increments of 0.2mm amongst the most popular measurement ranges, finer steps than normal ride height gauges that normally are in increments of 0.5mm, this allows very precise adjustment of the front and rear ride height. The tool has been made from CNC-machined, high-quality lightweight duraluminum and features an elox-coating for a smooth, long-lasting finish.
Last weekend, the best electric buggy drivers from around Russia came to the RC2 track in Moscow to compete for the 2007 Russian National title. Qualifying saw Kyosho racer Ivan Laptev take the pole position from the JConcepts pairing of Dmitry Malyshko and Victor Spiridonov in 2nd and 3rd. In the race it remained the same with Laptev taking the win and the 2007 title ahead of Malyshko, who was using the MRC Models buggy wing, in 2nd and Spiridonov in 3rd.
Hudy have released this ultra-fine chassis droop gauge for 1/10th nitro and electric touring cars. Ranging from 4mm to 6.8mm the steps are in super-precise increments of 0.2mm amongst the most popular measurement ranges, finer steps than normal droop gauges that normally are in increments of 0.5mm, this allows very precise adjustment of the front and rear droop. The tool has been made from CNC-machined, high-quality lightweight duraluminum and features an elox-coating for a smooth, long-lasting finish.
Edit RC have announced a new addition to their heatsink range with the release of this new precision CNC machined Clip-On Alloy motor heatsink. Made from high-quality aluminium alloy for the best combination of heat dissipation and strength, the design features cooling fins and a mount for a 25mm fan to provide a constant blast of cool air.
New for the Xray T2’007 is this optional 2mm top deck, a direct replacement for the standard kit version and which makes the car easier to drive because it increases overall traction. This top deck, which comes with the rear carbon brace, is recommend for use on low-traction tracks with either asphalt or carpet.
Horizon Hobby in the UK have announced that they have begun distributing this comprehensive range of top quality glues and adhesives from American company BSI. Well known in the USA for the quality of their products, Bob Smith Industries was founded in 1983 and have established themselves as one of the market leaders in adhesive technology. Their quality control procedures ensure that only the very best materials are used in their products thus guaranteeing a long shelf life and success in use time after time. Available in a vast array of strengths and for a wide number of uses each glue type is sold in various sizes of bottles and with different application tips.
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The 5th round of the Swiss 1/8th scale Nationals were run last weekend at the fast, but tight, Schaffhausen track in the north of the country. The event saw the pole position go to Serpent 960 driver Markus Geisendorf in a rain interrupted qualifying, with 2nd spot going to Motonica racer and round 3 winner Mattia Pesenti. In the 45 minute final it was Geisendorf all the way as he was able to pull away and take the win from 2nd placed Mugen driver Marco Mueller with 3rd spot going to Simon Kurzbuch.