Iris has added these titanium ballstuds as an optional upgrade for its ONE 1:10 electric touring car. They lower the overall weight and improve the centre-of-gravity of your ONE. Made from high-grade Ti6Al4V Grade 5 titanium, they shave off a whopping 43% in weight compared to the standard steel ballstuds. The titanium options come as 2 pieces and are available in 6x6mm, 6.5×3.5mm & 5.5x10mm Suspension Ballstuds, 5x4mm & 5×2.5mm Ballstuds and a 5mm Ball Connector.
Another new 1:12 targeted release from Milansport is this set of oils. The 10k, 15k, 20k and 30k oil used in this set is Hudy Premium Oil. This range of oil thickness is mostly used in Pan Cars & F1 cars in front king pins and side tubes and so the 10ml bottles are equipped with a pump for easy application of oil on parts. The set comes with a 3d printed stand to keep the oils in one place and make your pit area more organised.
Protoform has released its first aerodynamic solution for high-competition 1:28 scale racing with the release of the pocket sized P63. A name and body style that 1:10 scale touring car fans will be familiar with, the P63 is now available for your Mini-Z or other 1:28 scale 98mm wheelbase on-road car. This ultra-high downforce, super low-CG aerodynamic body shell was designed with the racer in mind, catering to the Super Stock and Modified 1:28 racing classes.
New from Ruddog are these two sets of Power Tool Wrench tips. The standard 1/4″ size drive make them fit basically any power drill or screwdriver and increase your speed of wrenching.Made from high quality HSS steel they are offered in two different sets, with either 1.5mm, 2.0mm 2.5mm and 3.0mm hex tips or with 1.5mm, 2.0mm hex tips and 5.5mm, 7.0mm nut tips.Each tip is colour coded for easy size identification.
Poland’s Milansport has created Aero Discs intended for Hotrace Tyres’ 1:12 range of tyres. After much testing and trying a variety of materials in different thicknesses, the final design for the discs are made out of o.5mm carbon. Designed to fit the front rims with bearing without play between the spokes of the rim. The rear discs are mounted with wheels mounting holes, which it should be noted makes the rear 1mm wider. During extensive testing on different tracks in different classes drivers found the use of the discs to make the car more stable, more on-power steering and less air resistance.
OfficinaRC has released this Smart Gluer Tool for the 1:10 Onroad racer which is designed as a device that allows you to glue the shoulder of the tyre perfectly in the simplest way possible. Small in size and made from a solid aluminium block, the Smart Gluer Tool is made completely in Italy. Its exclusive design despite its small size allows it to accommodate a comfortable retractable support in the case which can be used to support the glue nozzle and allow perfect administration on the shoulder. The smart Gluer Tool is battery powered (not included) which allows it to be transported in the hold even for air travel. The use is very simple, place the rubber in the hexagonal adapter in the centre of the Smart Gluer Tool and tighten the rubber using a knob screw. Once powered on the rubber will start to rotate at the right speed to be able to apply the glue. To be even more precise you can use the “Glue Holder” which is housed in the case and which can be positioned using a screw in order to have greater precision in depositing the glue. The Smart Gluer Tool is supplied in a semi-rigid bag made exclusively by MonacoRC which contains a shaped foam to accommodate the device.
Schumacher has introduced their latest new GT12 car, the ATOM 3. GT12 is the perfect racing class for small indoor carpet tracks, and the ATOM 3 is the class leader. It is developed from the British and European championship winning ATOM 2 and includes many new features to make the car easier to drive, easier to maintain, and even faster. The ATOM 3 is available in two specs, the Carbon Fibre ‘CF’ Version and the ‘S2’ Version with both due to be available in February.
Continuing to grow its race team, MIBO has added successful German Team Yokomo Stock Class driver and highly experienced Yokomo Factory Team mechanic Enrico Jung. Jung joins top international touring car ace Christopher Krapp in representing newcomers MIBO and its ever expanding range of products that already includes servos and chargers. One of MIBO’s goals in signing Jung is to use his experience to assist and consult in the development of new products with them stating they believe he is the right person with whom they will be able to bring even more new products in the long term. Commenting on the announcement, Jung said, “I am really happy to join Mibosport/MIBO I will use the new charger, servo’s and some more stuff who is coming really soon… stay tuned. Big thank‘s to Michal, can’t wait to push this amazing brand.”