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    Serpent announces new Natrix 748-TQ kit

    December 16, 2014 - 23:54 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

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    Serpent has just announced the new Natrix 748-TQ kit. Serpent says, “The TQ version is to celebrate the fantastic results at the recent World Championships in Thailand, where Dominic Greiner TQ-ed his 1st ever WC with 3 more team mates in the top 10. Yuya Sahahsi took the Vice-championship title in the one hour final, starting from 9th, and Greiner finished 3rd overall!”

    Stay tuned as more details of the new TQ version car are set to be released in the coming days!

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    HUDY goes big with popular oil bag

    December 16, 2014 - 23:50 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

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    Have more oil than the HUDY medium sized oil bag can carry? No problem! HUDY has released their new super-stylish LARGE bag to carry all different oils for shock absorbers, air filters, and differentials. The interior of the bag is fully cushioned and has reinforced walls to protect all equipment inside, while being tough enough to handle rough transport and handling. The large size perfectly fits HUDY large-size silicone oils. Attractive full-color HUDY graphics makes this bag stand apart from others. Interior dimensions 19 x 16 x 15cm (7.5’’x6.3’’x5.9’’).

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    XRAY reveals the all-new X1 formula racer

    December 16, 2014 - 23:44 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

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    The new 1/10 ‘X1′ formula race car designed and manufactured by XRAY is now disclosed in detailed presentation online!

    Martin Hudy says, “Formula1 racing is the pinnacle of automotive racing technology where performance and technologies employed challenge the very laws of physics. Inspired by full-scale Formula1 race cars, XRAY presents the all-new X1 based on XRAY’s European Championship-winning X12 pancar. Sharing many high-performance parts with its smaller cousin, the X1 has incorporated all of the finest details to achieve a state of race car perfection. Read more…

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    SoCal R/C Scale Series Rd.1 report

    December 16, 2014 - 20:55 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

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    This past weekend saw the beginning of a new series dedicated to realistic or “scale” R/C racing. Bill Jeric of Tuning Haus, with his vast experience in the industry, hands on involvement with scale R/C racing in the midwest, and passion for scale looking racing, has put together a fun and competitive series for realistic R/C racing in Southern California. The two classes, GT Sedan and Formula 1 make up the SoCal R/C Scale Series Presented by Tuning Haus. 31 drivers making up 38 entries made for a successful launch of this new series. Bill Jeric recaps all of the action in an extensive race report highlighting it all! Read more…

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    ProTek delivers new low-profile servo

    December 15, 2014 - 20:51 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

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    ProTek R/C’s has released their all-new 160T Low Profile Digital “High Torque” Servo. This bad boy is ready to meet the demands of the serious 1/10 and 1/12-scale racer. Featuring a robust 274 oz-in of torque at a lighting quick .06 transit speed at 7.4V, the 160T’s small profile belies its power within. The metal drivetrain of the 160T glides on a full set of ball bearings and the entire unit is protected by an all-aluminum case. The gray-anodized case not only looks sharp and speaks to the servo’s quality but it also effectively dissipates heat. With over 17 pounds of torque it was essential to ship the 160T with a blue-anodized aluminum servo horn, and aluminum servo ear guides. The new servo is available now! Read more…

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    RDRP gets greasy with new diff greases

    December 15, 2014 - 19:34 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

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    Revolution Design Racing Products introduce their new line of dedicated greases for the use with ball differentials and thrust races. The Ultra Ball Diff Grease was previously sold under the Vampire Racing brand and now makes a revival in Revolution Design’s chem series. Although gear differentials are becoming a more common site in today’s vehicles, ball differentials are still a welcome tuning option when running in low to medium grip conditions. The grease also works very well in pan and formula cars. The white-colour ball diff grease comes in cups of 5g. Also new is the black thrust race grease. Containing finely ground graphite for improved load stability the lubricant is ideally used on the thrust races of ball differentials. Like the diff grease the thrust race lube comes in a handy cup containing 5g of grease.

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