XRAY has just released their new XB4 Composite Rear Chassis Plate. This precision-designed composite rear chassis plate is used to raise the rear differential and rear suspension for further fine tuning in varying track conditions. Must be used together with #361181 Graphite Rear Lower Brace. Fits the XB4’14, XB4’15 and XB4 2WD.
The Washtenaw R/C Raceway Winter Series Round #5 was held Saturday, January 3rd, 2015. This round debuted the mid season track change which added a challenge for the drivers. The first sweeping turn was eliminated and replaced with a hairpin. The big triple was changed to a double leading into a 180 degree berm, and the table step-down feeds into a straight targeted at the start-finish line. Race entries totaled 146 in 15 classes with many new drivers attending. The track was in great condition despite the cold and rainy day. Read more…
There probably isn’t much I can tell you about the ProTek Pit Mat (#PTK-8151) that will wow you, particularly regarding my “testing.” I unrolled it and placed lots of stuff on top of it. I cleaned it off several times, and it didn’t disintegrate or burst into flames. It measures 120x60cm (translated to US units, that’s 4ft long by 2ft wide), so it’s big enough to cushion all of your pit gear. It’s blue, with ProTek’s sleek logo printed onto the lower right corner. And it’s made of textured, padded foam, so screws and locknuts don’t fire off into oblivion when they’re dropped on your wrenching surface. The ProTek mat is very, well…pit matty.
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The AKA Team had an absolutely dominant performance at the CRCRC Midwest Championships last weekend in Ohio. Jared Tebo started off the domination with 4 TQ’s! Tebo went home with a pair of championships in Mod Stadium Truck and Mod SC. Teammate Ryan Cavalieri capitalized in 2wd Mod Buggy and 4wd Mod Buggy. Joe Bornhorst TQ’ed and Won 4wd SC and 1/8 E-Buggy , while Rudy Rico put on a clinic in the stock classes taking home the TQ and Win in both Stock Buggy and Stock SC. Congratulations to the AKA Team on a phenomenal weekend!
Leadfinger Racing announces their assault on the track by releasing the all new MP9e TKI Assassin body! Finding the right set up is key and at times can be over looked when it comes to choosing the right body. Leadfinger is proud to offer a new option this time for the Kyosho MP9 TKI electric buggy. Following in the foot steps of it’s nitro brother. The eBuggy version also aides in set up allowing you to attack the track with confidence. The time spent designing and testing has proven the Assassin’s value. Leadfinger starting by giving the body a narrower cab, adding an aggressive yet smooth rear scoop feature to the side pods and making room to incorporate either a 4s or 2s battery set up’s . Read more…
XRAY has just released their new compact, stylish stand for 1/10 offroad cars. The new stand is great for providing a super-stable platform when working on your vehicle. The side of the stand includes 4 holes for the shock absorbers for easy servicing. Foam pads provide extra grip and protect the chassis, and rubber feet prevent slippage.