Sirio have released the latest generation of their .12 size engine called the Evo4. Featuring a 3 port ABC EFRA legal liner and a special STI type black coated crankshaft, this new motor complies with the 2007/2008 EFRA regulations. Using some new material for the carburettors main needle, a new conrod and a new lightweight cooling head, the Evo4 offers the highest performance for your 1:10 200mm touring car.
Another new body shell for 190mm touring cars from East Coast Bodies in the form of this Evolution X. Designed for carpet and high traction race tracks, the Evo X provides very fast response as well as a balanced and a smooth ride. As with the BMW, this shell comes supplied with 3 type of wing, which enables you the option of adjusting between high, medium and low downforce.
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East Coast Bodies have released this all new BMW 320SI World Touring car spec 190mm bodyshell, suitable for all conditions and offering super smooth handling in low and high speed turns. Designed to allow easy setting on all different surfaces, including carpet, this shell claims to deliver faster lap-times and high performance. A neat feature of this body is that it comes supplied with 3 type of wing, which enables you the option of adjusting between high, medium and low downforce.
Team Losi have announced the release of this HD vented brake disk set, for their 8ight and 8ight T. Machined from special high-thermal mass material, they can withstand very high temperatures for extended periods of time without failure. With brake disk life increased by 250% over the stock set, they offer consistent braking even after long run times, while slots in the disks eliminate caliper float caused by material gassing and the slots also help cool the braking components.
Charge RC in Japan have announced the upcoming release of this extra wide bumper for the Kyosho Spada gas powered 1/12th scale. Made from 3mm thick impact resistant material, the bumper extends to the full width of the body shell helping to protect the front end of the car in the event of an accident. Available from November 10th.
3 Racing, makers of after market upgrade parts for R/C Cars, have just released the 2nd version of their Automatic tire truer. As with the first generation truer, it has a variable speed fully-automatic truing cycle, adjustable sanding edge and comes supplied with wheel adaptors for 1/8, 1/10 and 1/12 scale tires. What’s new is that you can now power it using built in batteries, similar to a starter box, it now has a handle and comes supplied in an extra light-weight protection box.
Horizon Hobby, Inc. have announced that Bill Jeric has been named President of Losi. Horizon Executive VP and Chief Operating Officer, Joe Ambrose, made the announcement stating that, “Bill’s extensive knowledge of the RC industry, as well as his long-time industry experience, make him the perfect choice for leading Losi into the future.” Jeric’s involvement in all things RC stretches back over 30 years, from his early experience as a hobby retailer and his direct interaction with consumers, to his work bringing 1/8-scale buggy racing to prominence in the US market. Bill’s experience with industry leaders like Parma International, Thunder Tiger, Megatech and Horizon Hobby brings a wealth of understanding and expertise to the Losi team. In a statement, Bill said:
During the past seven years at Horizon, I have had the tremendous experience of working closely with the Losi division. It is an absolute honor being chosen to lead a company like Losi with such a long and impressive history of innovation, and I look forward to being a part of their continued growth, helping further develop the business, its products and its people.
Last weekend Team Kyosho 1:8 on road nitro driver, and 2006 Class 2 race winner, Lars Hoppe moved back into electric powered racing for the winter. The former Corally team driver and 2006 DHI-Cup winner was debuting his new 1:12th Corally in the first round of the qualification of the North German region in Hildesheim. It turned out to be a perfect weekend for the Corally team, with Lars going on to win the modified class while Jan Asmer took the win in the Stock class.