Hudy have introduced their new bags specially designed for the use with their lightweight edition setup boards. Available in five different sizes to cover the brand’s 1/10th touring, 1/10th off-road, 1/8th on-road, 1/8th off-road, and 1/8th truggy setup boards, the bags are made of high-strength fabric and come decorated with the iconic black and purple Hudy graphics. The zipped bags, that do not include the setup boards, ensure secure storing and carrying of the setup boards while looking the part.
Coming from PR Racing and made for the SB401R buggy is an aluminium CVD input shaft coupler. The part is machined from high-quality aluminium, it comes hard anodised to ensure low wear and weighs in at only 1.5g. Using the alloy coupler instead of the standard steel part will reduce rotational masses of the centre drivetrain for quicker spool-up and acceleration.
SWorkz have announced the release of their new design trolly bag. The 3-compartment hauler bag offers lots of space for cars, spares, and accessories with sturdy handles, a retractable grip and robust wheels making for easy handling of the large bag. The updated outer graphics sport the SWorkz logo as well as white graphics. The bag is available from now on.
The XRS Race Camp 2020 will be held from the 20th to 26th of July at Latina RC Racing near Wolstyn in the Western part of Poland. The main focus of this one-of-a-kind event is to increase the RC knowledge and skills of the participants with Xray’s Italian off-road frontrunner, Marco Baruffolo being one of the camp’s instructors. The event will see the running of several 1/8th off-road wrenching, setup, and driving style workshops, as well as a good amount of socialising and a race event on Saturday and Sunday to round out the week. Registration for the camp is open now with more information available here and here.
SkyRC’s T100 is a twin-channel charger with two independent circuits that can charge batteries of varying chemistries simultaneously. Its sleek design allows easy front-loading plug-in convenience of the balancing and XT60 ports but it is not only compact in size but also powerful in output with a maximum of 100W of charging power and 5A charging current. With the new AGM and cold charge modes, the user is free to charge their PB and AGM batteries on cold days also. Other features include a blue back-lit display, and four-button menu operation.
MST have introduced their new E92 body shell for 1/10th scale 190mm wide touring and drift cars. The body resembles a very popular German 2-door coupe and it comes moulded from clear high-quality polycarbonate. Included with the body is variety of accessories such as clear front and rear lights inserts, a moulded rear wing, rear view mirrors, window masks, and two decal sheets with lights, grille, window lines and many other details to make the body stand out. The body is available from now on and it will also hit stores in combination with MST’s RMX 2.0 drift car kit and RMX 2.0 RTR drift cars come July.
Fast Race from Italy have introduced their new Performance upgrade kit for the HB Racing RGT8 1/8th scale GT car. The set includes new open-style aluminium front and rear bulkheads that allow to remove the differentials in a matter of seconds and without touching the suspension setup. Included in the set are the aluminium bulkhead sides, combined differential and anti-roll bar holder inserts, front and rear shock towers, as well as miscellaneous small parts and mounting hardware.
Mike’s Gulf Coast Raceway of Porter, Texas hosted round 7 of the HARC Series last weekend, attracting over 90 entries for the three 1/8th off-road classes of Open E-Buggy, Sportsman E-Buggy and Open Electric/Nitro Truggy. In Open E-Buggy it was Dillon Caldwell (HB Racing) with the overall TQ from HB Racing teammate, Brian Henn on the runner-up spot. The two would also battle it out in the double A-mains with Dillon scoring a 2nd place and a win for the overall while Brian had to settle for 2nd overall after coming in in 1st and 3rd. Brian Germany (Serpent) completed the top 3 in front of Moe Agha and Brent Jackson.