April 28, 2011

TQ Racing big bore shocks

Get your Short Course truck ready for those bumpy outdoor tracks of the summer with TQ’s big bore shocks. Developed from stellar racing results at events like the 2010 ROAR Nationals and Short Course Showdown Tour, these large diameter shocks will give your truck a better ride over the bumpiest terrain. Dual springs will provide your truck with the soft suspension feel needed to corner hard and land big jumps, with a second spring designed not to sacrifice the ride height needed to keep proper suspension geometry. These shocks will come as standard equipment on future TQ SX10 SC and SX10 T Pro Roller kits as well.

Source: TQ Racing [tqracing.net]

December 12, 2010

TQ Racing SX10 SC RTR

TQ Race Products adds to their presence in the Short Course market with the introduction of SX10 SC RTR. The SX10 SC factory built Pro Roller showed immediate success by finishing in 2nd Place in both Stock and Modified Classes at the 2010 ROAR Off-Road Nationals and since then, it has become a winner at tracks around the world. Now TQ introduces a RTR (Ready to Run) version of this championship level competitor. Using many of the same parts and geometry as the Pro Roller, the RTR will also be factory assembled but features a 2.4 GHz transmitter and receiver, servo and a brushless speed control/motor combo. After adding your own battery and charger, you will be ready to
compete at the track, in the yard or on the street.

View more details here

July 9, 2010

TQ Racing SXSC10 short course truck

Following on from our original post about the new SX10SC, TQ Race Products have confirmed that these pictures were from their new truck, the first product from their new Pro Roller Series. The SX10 SC not only comes completely built, ready to install electronics, it includes over $200 in factory option parts that most racers would need to purchase separately. These parts will increase the durability and tuning options for the SX10 SC. Efficient design elements take the realistic Short Course style to a new level. Easy maintenance and capable handling will help racers around the country get to the Winner’s Circle quickly and easily.  Built from durable composite materials and with race proven suspension, the SX10 SC is ready to hit the track running.


June 9, 2010

TQ Racing SXSC10 – First CAD images

Following their teaser image back at the end of April, TQ Racing has released some more detailed CAD drawings of their soon to be released SXSC10 short course truck. We are told that the molds are complete and parts are already being manufactured, with their goal being to debut the truck at the up and coming SC Nats in CT. The truck will come in two versions, the first will be a RTR brushless kit with a 2.4Ghz radio, while the second will sport some factory hop ups and come as a pre built Race Roller with the go fast setup.

View the other CAD images here

June 1, 2010

Travis Amezcua joins TQ Racing

TQ Racing have announced that Travis Amezcua has signed a contract to campaign the TQ Racing SX10 series of 1/10 electric off-road cars through 2011. Travis brings a unique skill set to TQ Racing having been a multiple time IFMAR World Championship A Main Finalist and competed in over 15 ROAR National Championship A Main events in electric off road classes. Travis was the 2003 ROAR 2wd Modified National Champion and he also was the Top Qualifier at that event. He brings with him a long history in the hobby industry with a background that not only includes driving, but also product development and service. Travis’ TQ Racing SX10 2w, SX10T, SX10 4w and SX10 SC will use products from his other sponsors LRP, Orion and Proline. He will be continuing his nitro powered schedule with Mugen Seiki.

Source: TQ Racing [tqracing.net]

April 30, 2010

TQ Racing SX10 SC truck

TQ Racing are teasing their latest product, the new SX10 SC short course truck. Wanting to get a piece of the growing SC market, they will be releasing pictures and information over the next month in the build up to the launch of this new car in what they feel will be their biggest product release to date.

Source: TQ Racing [tqracing.net]