May 24, 2007

Much More Motoreal Brushless Motor

Much More Motoreal Brushless Motor

Yet another exclusive first look at some new products by Much More, from our site partners RC Forum in Korea. According to the report, the Motoreal is one of the 2 new ranges of brushless motors soon to be released by Much More and these are the modified motor versions. These particular motors are available for on road touring class with 3.5 and 4.5 turns while the 2 off road versions come in 5.5 and 6.5 turns.

Source: RC Forum [rcforum.co.kr]


May 24, 2007

Nosram 1/10th circuit tuned pipe

Nosram 1/10th circuit tuned pipe

Mirage Racing have announced the release of this high performance exhaust system which has been specially designed for 1/10th on-road racing. Made for use with .12 engines, all parts have been designed and developed by the world wide Nosram factory team to provide highest possible performance and reliability in a tough nitro racing environment. This complete set comes with polished exhaust, manifold, exhaust seals, and mounting springs.

Source: Mirage [mirageracing.com]


May 23, 2007

CS Electronic digital tweak board

CS Electronic Wheel load scale

CS Electronics, from Germany, have been in touch to inform us about their new F.1 Digital Setup scales that allows you to accurately check and adjust the tweak of your car. Essentially 4 digital weighing scales brought together, each wheel has its own blue back lit display showing the weight on each corner, with a max weight of 2kg per wheel and 6kg overall. The scales come in their own carrying case and are available now for 339 Euros.

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May 23, 2007

KM Racing Xray NT1 Options

KM Racing Xray NT1 Options

Japan Hong Kong based KM Racing have released some great new performance parts for the new Xray NT1 200mm. First up is this high performance 2mm steel ventilated brake disk which provides excellent stopping power, even under the toughest of conditions, and which is also suitable for a wide range of other cars too. Also from KM Racing is the release of two different 2.5mm thick carbon plates for both the front and rear body mounts, to be used in place of the body stays that come as standard with the car. The front plate also sports a hole to mount your transponder.

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May 19, 2007

Xenon Racing Illusion Stock motor

Xenon Racing Illusion Stock motor

More news from Xenon Racing, this time its for the release of their new line of 23T stock motors. Called the Illusion, this new motor series is eligable for the stock touring class at JMRCA (Japanese Federation) sanctioned events comes in 2 versions, one with bottom end torque and one with a wider range of torque.

Source: Ark [ark-inc.jp]


May 19, 2007

G-Style Team Bomber body shell

G-Style Team Bomber body shell

Japanese company G-style have announced that they are now selling the new Bomber Legend Type A touring car body shell. Made for 190mm cars, this body has been in testing for 6 months with good results and provides lots of downforce in high speed cornering while the addition of the seperate double wing brings stability yet fast steering response.

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May 18, 2007

Atomic CVDs for X-Ray M18 Pro

Atomic CVDs for X-Ray M18 Pro

Atomic RC, the small scale optional specialists, have announced the release of these CVD sets for the Xray M18 Pro. Available in a complete set, these blue anodised universal drive shafts are also available to buy seperately in pairs and replace the standard versions that come with the car. We have shown you the Xray versions before and cant see the difference between the 2 except that the Atomic RC version may have more bling factor and are perhaps cheaper.

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May 18, 2007

Xenon Racing Camber gauge

Xenon Racing Camber gauge

Xenon Racing of Japan have shown their latest new product at this weeks show in Japan, this camber gauge. Made from blue anodised aluminum, this camber gauge works in much the same was as the Yokomo version we showed you before but with more measurements available. Simply stand the gauge next to the wheel being measured, with the numbers facing up, and adjust the wheels camber to the angle of the side that the measurement lines up with.

Source: ARK [ark-inc.jp]