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“Here’s Hot Racing Fiber Main Chassis with Silver Mounts for the Losi Mini-T and their new Carbon Fiber Main Chassis with Blue Battery Strap for the Mini Slider. I think that you’ll agree that they’re definitely hot (pun intended). The Mini-T chassis features is a double-deck design with fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) upper and lower chassis plates. You can install the stock Mini-T battery pack and build-it-yourself side-by-side packs. A swing away aluminum door on the side opens and closes to allow quick battery changes and the upper deck secures the battery pack in place. The chassis comes fully assembled and includes CNC machined servo mounts, front suspension mounts, rear shock tower mounts and battery retainers. All the fasteners are included to make installing the stock Mini-T components on the chassis a snap.” Read More… [Source - rccaraction.com]
The Nürnberg toy fair has begun and radiocontrol.gr has already published several pictures and information regarding the new releases. Stay tuned for more updates here on rc-area! [Picture from radiocontrol.gr]
“RC Racing S2 Episode 4 Premiers on Wednesday! The latest edition of the worlds premiere RC TV show premiers on Motors TV this Wednesday with repeat showings throughout the month. This month we have a report from the Autosport Show taking in all the action from the BRCA stand, we’re in Vegas for the IIC 1/12th Mod final, with full commentary by John Hindhaugh, and we have an exclusive in-depth interview with World Champion Andy Moore as he looks forward to the season, and most importantly the 2008 World Championships in Thailand. Plus news and reviews of the latest vehicles from HPI and Kyosho. Remember all our previous episodes are available on http://www.rcracing.tv– and are now viewable in High resolution. Read more…
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“The most difficult aspect of being a model car designer is to keep up with the constantly-evolving market trends and new requirements of the customers. My task list is extensive, and any time I finish the latest project I feel satisfied that another task has been successfully finished. and so I can move on to the next one. After we finished the new T2’008 electric touring car I was really happy to see the new project I had on my schedule: the update of the M18T micro truck. Why? Because I simply love the micros and any time we travel to the local races where are both 1/10 electric and 1/18 micro cars being run, I always take the opportunity to run the 1/18 cars as well. What I like about these cars is that they are so easy to drive for regular people such as myself. Over the years the micro market has changed a lot from its humble beginnings, and now it was my task to make a higher-performance M18T.” Read More… [Source - teamxray.com]