Schumacher’s new Atom GT12 gear differential offers several great improvements over the ball differential design. Firstly is consistent and easy setting with less frequent maintenance, with very little change from race to race. It also has improved handling ability with more stable cornering entry, and improved mid and particularly exit rotation. The diff is fully ball raced for high precision, performance and lower maintenance while the axle is steel for strength and reliability. Comes supplied with 60T 48dp spur gear.
Serpent have announced the release of the Viper 990, the successor of the successful 989. The team have spent a lot time testing and development to improve the 989 platform and have put a lot of emphasis on the flex characteristic since that showed very promising results. The main new features include the ultra-narrow chassis which has been milled down to allow the lower radio plate as well as to improve flex. The central hole underneath the tank is narrower, as a consequence of the narrower chassis and so the central weight bridge is now mounted from underneath and allows for a quick change of the weight. The front weight bridge is now also mounted from the bottom to allow easy access to the weight and is now also adjustable from the bottom. There are 2 additional locations to put a small weight, just behind the servo-saver and in front of the engine. The engine has been lowered 1mm for improved flex as well to lower the CG.
Reedy Zappers DR 8250mAh batteries have been designed specifically for the demands of drag racing and feature high capacity and C ratings to minimize voltage drop at launch while their inherently heavier weight aids in achieving the ideal front/rear weight distribution. Performance is not restricted by typical plugs and skimpy wires thanks to a heavy-duty QS8 plug with beefy 8-gauge wires in a 2S-5P configuration. Like all Zappers batteries, the 8250mAh variant is constructed using cells featuring the latest advancements in LiPo chemistry and construction techniques to maximise power output without sacrificing durability. Reedy’s engineering team strives to improve all aspects of battery performance in the increasingly popular and competitive world of RC drag racing.
Exotek have introduced 4 new high performance machined POM spur gears for all Exotek slipper eliminator hubs. Available in 104T, 99T, 94T and 89T, they are 100% machined POM to insure 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 three M3x6 button head screws (not included). These sizes are best suited for stand up or raised transmissions as they may be too big for most laydown transmissions.
Fenix Racing are pleased to introduce another version of the Classic Team Lotus 72, which is fully licensed and approved by Classic Team Lotus. The previous release was based on the JPS version of the 72 while this latest release is fateful to the Gold Leaf branded version as driven in the 1970 and 71 seasons. This replica body shell is 1/10 scale and can be used on Fenix Racing Classique 2 and F1-70. as well as the Tamiya F103 & F104.
Mon-Tech Racing have introduced their latest bodyshell for the GT12 category, the all new Trofeo GT12. Featuring an extremely low profile, and therefore reduced roll, this makes it very easy to drive and very competitive. The body is produced in Italy using high-quality Lexan polycarbonate and comes with a detailed decal sheet including headlights and grille stickers, window masks and wing mounting hardware.
New from Sweep Racing, these F21-F1 front tires in MX compound have been developed for asphalt racing. The new MX (medium-X) compound provides more consistency and long lifespan at track in mid to hot track conditions.
Fenix Racing have introduced their new R14 235mm pancar body. A new path for Pro10 bodies, it uses the centre of the body to create most of the downforce. This design allows a minimal longitudinal flex of the body, improving the rigidity of the rear end. A ‘Gurney Flap’ is provided in the mould to further tune the rear end grip, while the front end can be balanced thanks to the front extractors, just behind the front axle. The body is made of strong yet lightweight 0.75mm Lexan polycarbonate and it will fit most 235mm pan cars.