New from Factory Pro RC, is their MR conversion kit for the Xray T4 2020. The main aim of the conversion is to change the position of the motor, moving it further to the rear, to give the car better traction and improved acceleration. The ‘Scythe’ style upper deck wraps around one side of the central spur gear making it very easy to remove and features a front & rear hole to mount a post to adjust the chassis flex. The kit includes the chassis, top deck, two new belts and lower belt tensioner for the rear belt.
New from Wallie Builds for the RC8B3.2 come these 5mm thick blue carbon front and rear shock towers and matching 2.5mm thick 1-piece wing button. The rear shock tower has two sets of holes for the wing mount which allows for 0mm, +8mm or +16mm wing heights. Another feature is that, if the +8mm wing mount is unavailable, you can use the 0mm wing mount in the upper holes and get the +8mm height.
Exotek Racing have released these high performance machined POM 48P spur gears for all Exotek slipper eliminator hubs. The gears are 100% machined POM to ensure true roundness, with extra interior machining to reduce overall weight for reduced rotating mass. Much stiffer and truer than moulded nylon spur gears, they require 3 x M3x6 button head screws. Available in 81T and 84T versions.
Introducing the new Monaco RC t-shirts from the ‘Colors of Monaco RC’ line. Made from top quality cotton, this new line plays with the iconic red and blue Monaco RC Logo colours and for the first time a version of the MonacoRC ‘compact logo’ is used. Embroidered on the front of the T-shirt, it is also printed across the shoulders on the back. In addition to the internal label, there is an extra label on the lower front profile of the t-shirt. As with the other MonacoRC clothing items, these t-shirts are designed for use even away from racing and for those who preorder a new kit from their site, the t-shirt is free.
XTR Racing have introduced their new EFRA 2149 exhaust system for offroad. This high quality aluminium exhaust has been designed to produce a precise and linear throttle response in the low to mid RPM range with a great top end speed. This pipe set will provide great power to your engine up to the high RPM range and an easy to drive power curve. The pipe set includes exhaust, manifold, gaskets and mounted springs.
Team Bomber have introduced this new carbon motor mount back plate for their AK12 pan car chassis. The new part increases flexibility around the motor mount compared to the standard plate and in addition to the improved side traction on throttle, high-speed cornering is also increased. It is possible to further tweak the flex settings through the selective use of the mounting screws. View the back plate here
The fifth and final round of the 2020 British 1/8th onroad Nationals were held last weekend at the Cotswold MCC track. From early practice Alex Thurston (Capricorn) was setting the pace, and a new outright lap record, but a massive crash in the first qualifier destroyed his car and he would miss most of the rest of the qualifying, only getting out for Q4. Tim Wood (Shepherd) would take the top spot in qualifying in front of Kyle Branson (Capricorn) in 2nd, with Thurston, winner of the 4 rounds of the series to date, in 3rd, with Mark Green (Serpent) and David Spashett completing the top 5. At the end of the 30 minute A-final, Alex Thurston would claim victory ahead of his team mate Kyle Branson, with Mark Green in 3rd. The win gives Alex the perfect score for this year’s Nationals and gives him the 2020 title.
This past weekend the 2020 Reds GP, organised by Italian brand Reds Racing, took place at the OSPY Team track in Gussao, Italy, the track crew doing a great job to get everything ready following heavy rain in the build up to the event. Attracting some of the quickest drivers from Italy and neighbouring countries, it was Infinity driver Riccardo Berton that was the man to beat after 5 rounds of qualifying. Elliott Boots (SWorkz) would line up 2nd ahead of Mattia Polito (Kyosho) and Davide Ongaro (Associated). In the 45 minute final, Ongaro would work his way to the front and take the win, followed closely by Boots in the 2nd, while Polito would round out the podium in 3rd.