New from Core RC is this simple combined camber and ride height gauge. Available in black or blue, this gauge is a great addition to a pit box and is suitable for 1/10th and 1/12th vehicles. The camber marking adjustments available in 1 degree increments while the ride height marking adjustments are in 0.5mm increments from 2.5mm to 10mm.
Carten have produced this optional CNC machined aluminium steering set intended for use with their T410 and T410R vehicles. This multi-piece steering bell-crank set increases durability and eliminates any flex in the stock plastic bell-crank system, providing a more precise steering feel.
From SWorkz for their S35-GT2 series is this aluminium rear upper arm linkage holder. The new aluminium rear upper arm linkage holder is very unique option for the new S35-GT2 and GT2E rear knuckles. This part strengthens the link between the hubs, especially during long runs in hot conditions, perfect for use on high grip tracks. Sold as a pair they are made from black anodised high quality aluminium.
Having teased us just over a week ago Mon-tech Racing have today presented their new Akura GT3 for the 10th scale GT class. The new GT3 has been designed, developed and produced in house and is thus 100% ‘Made in Italy’. The mould was made with 3D drawings and CNC machining in order to obtain a very high level of accuracy in both the details and proportions of the bodyshell and, at the same time, the highest quality standards you expect from Mon-tech Racing product. The bodyshell can be installed on any 10th scale (190mm) Touring Car chassis and it is formed using top quality polycarbonate and comes with headlights stickers, window masks and wing screws.
Power HD has introduced their new SG gyro specially developed for drift car racing. The high-voltage compatible gyro makes use of a high-quality gyro chip and PID control system, featured with end point adjustment. It reduces redundant jitter signals, with the sensitivity increased by 10% over similar grade products, with strong performance and also being cost-effective.
Having teased the release of their first GT chassis back in February, WRC have today released some details on the upcoming GT4.1. A fairly standard affair for the GT class, it has been in testing for a number of months with a focus of quality parts, optimised weight distribution and easy to maintain and setup. The car sports low profile big bore shocks, a super narrow radio plate as well as a highly efficient two speed gearbox.
From Creation Model, these bearings are the same high-spec bearings used by Infinity team drivers during big races such as World Championships. These precision bearings are not only super smooth but also extremely durable. Available in 12x18x4mm as a set of two or four and 8x14x4mm in a set of two.
Rêve D have introduced their new aluminium rear hub carrier for RWD drift which can be set according to the rear weight of your machine. The new optional part enables you to adjust the roll centre by oﬀering two outer suspension pin positions, making it now possible to ﬁnd the best set-up according to the rear weight of the machine. The hub carrier body has an innovative grooved design that gives it both rigidity and suppleness in the right places, dramatically improving traction and performance. By making the upper arm mounting plate a two-piece structure with optimised link positions, it is possible to ﬁne-tune the roll centre even further and it enables the use of future optional development parts.