Gens Ace has introduced its latest competition battery packs with the release of the Redline 2.0 Series. With a discharge rate of 140C, the Redline 2.0 series surpasses their 1.0 series (130C), offering faster response times and a competitive edge on the track. The second generation batteries also feature lower internal resistance, ensuring a stable and enduring discharge for consistent power delivery throughout your race, without any drop-offs. Additionally, the Redline 2.0 series boasts increased capacity compared to its predecessor, providing more power for longer run times. Offering 11 pack options in the series, all have earned both EFRA and ROAR certifications, guaranteeing the highest standards of performance and safety.
New from Xray for its X4 Electric Touring Car is their UAM (Under arm mounting) front and rear anti-roll bars designed to work with the lower suspension arms. Mounted under suspension arms for ultra-low CG, the anti-roll bar system is mounted to the bulkheads via bearings from outside for extra-smooth movement and for quick & easy changes and adjustment. The roll bar turns in ball-bearings for maximum precision and free movement and the height is adjustable via a screw making adjustments quick & easy. Each anti-roll bar has laser-engraved stripes (corresponding to bar thickness) for easy identification.
Engine tuner Mantis Tuning has entered the growing 1:8 GT engine market with the release of its hand tuned Hyper .21GT T1 P5 engine. Base on the Nova G5, after more than 12 months of development the T1 has undergone intensive tuning by Malta based engine tuner Daren Decesare who draws on over 20-years experience with 2-stroke engines. Boasting impressive performance gains throughout the rev range, Mantis Tuned is confident its latest creation can rival the best GT engines on the market.
Mon-Tech Racing has added another Hyper Car LMH series based body to its range with the release of the SC-63. A 1:10 190mm body, the SC-63 faithfully replicates in every detail the beautiful racing car of the well-known Bolognese brand. In order to produce this model, rich in details and with a breathtaking front end, a highly mechanically processed mold was designed and created by the Italian body shell producer. The kit includes all the stickers, the masking along with the fixing screws for the wing.
Mikimodel, the Yokomo distributor for Italy, has announced a second version of its Body Stopper for all Yokomo Touring Car models. In the world of increasingly extreme and increasingly difficult competition, aerodynamics plays an ever more important role. This is why the original Body Stopper was created to give the maximum possible stability to the bodywork, to prevent them from deforming in the front area which is the most subject to deformations at both high and low speeds. Now the Body Stopper V2 not only has the classic upper screw (M3x6 or M3x8 recommended) which is used to come into perfect contact with the bodywork, but also adjustable anchoring holes to best adapt to all models on the market.
MXLR has released a new Fan Holder and a Damper Check Adapter for the Awesomatix A12 1:12 platform. The fan holder is the final version of the prototype which Max Mächler used to win the 2023 1:12 SPEC World Champion Title. It is not easy to fit such a big and strong fan into the A12 but using smaller than 30mm wasn’t an option because of the sacrifice in performance. At the Worlds Mächler used a heavily modified Fan to clear with the body shell. After several more tests and versions MXLR finally found a suitable way which doesn’t require as much modification, if any at all. They moved the Fan more forward and mounted it way steeper on the holder. The key to still get a great air flow were the small side dams. The results of using the Fan Holder with a strong 30mm Fan at 6,0V is a much lower motor temperature. Depending on the track layout and grip conditions, it reduces the temperature by 12-18 degree Celsius. This leads to the option of using more timing at the motor and/or longer rollout, which means more speed. Weighing only 2,6g (without screws) the Fan Holder is 3D printed with relatively durable material which is able to absorb impacts to a certain degree.
Xray has released a new Adjustable Camber Titanium 14mm M4 L/R screw for their X4 and X4F touring car. Also compatible with their X1’23-24, the ultra lightweight screw is specially made from high grade titanium material and threaded on both ends to connect the upper CFF arm with the outer ball cup. Helping to lower the cars CG, it is 50% lighter than steel and comes as a set of 2.
In a busy week of releases from Hobbywing, they have announced their new QuicRun 10BL120 G2 sensored and brushless ESC for 1:10 Touring Cars/Buggies/Drift Cars. Simple to operate, with a wide range of protection, the cost-effective new 10BL120 G2 takes the outstanding quality and durability of proven Hobbywing platforms and makes it even easier to use and setup. The BEC’s continuous output current has been upgraded from 3A to 4A, and the output voltage is now 6V/7.4V adjustable. The 10BL120 G2 features adjustable electronic timing with up to 32 degrees of electronic timing available.