Tuning Haus introduces new machined aluminum front steering arm sets to deliver a more durable, adjustable, and economical high performance option for Tamiya and other F1 chassis. Steering arms are machined, tapped, and etched with a timed Tuning Haus logo to make L/R orientation simple, while the lower profile design provides additional options for ride height adjustment. Steel axles are keyed into the steering block for accurate fit with the kingpin, and are drilled and tapped 3mm for securing axle/arm assembly to the kingpin (if desired). All components in addition to optional 2.4mm offset axles are available separately. Available in blue or black. Read more…
Mugen Seiki Racing has just released the all-new Novarossi based Beat BT9 nitro onroad engine. This turbo plug engine is the latest in the Mugen Seiki Racing ‘Beat’ engine lineup, and is specifically designed for the serious nitro onroad enthusiast. Featuring a ceramic rear bearing, 9-port design, tuned crankshaft, and lightweight design; this beast is ready to ‘beat’ up the competition. The new .21 engine is available now.
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Thunder Innovation has just released their new tire gluing jig, designed for 1/8 scale truggy tires! The jig was designed in collaboration with Gene Hickerson, and is precision CNC machined out of aluminum, features a light weight design, and provides an easy, fast, and efficient way to glue your monsterous truggy tires.
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After months of forum talk and public speculation, piqued recently by open public testing of the DNX8 Nitro Buggy by pro racer Ryan Lutz, the news looks good for 1/8 offroad Team Durango fans! Building upon their already race-proven 1/8 scale nitro and electric platforms, the team at Team Durango are excited to confirm the upcoming release of four new vehicles. Taking the already favored Team Durango speed and strength into even more exciting kits, all-new kits means all-new names. Read more…
Serpent has just released their flashy new carbon inside rim covers for the Natrix 748. These covers mount on the rear hubs and front steering blocks of the Natrix, and are designed to create more steering. In addition, they are said to provide a more stable car as well. Not to mention they are carbon fiber…anything carbon fiber is good, right?
Hiro Seiko has just released a fresh list of new titanium screw kits for the Team Losi Racing and Team Associated 1/10 scale lineup. The new screw kits reduce the overall weight of each vehicle by as much as 22 grams. Available now for the AE B5, TLR 22-4, 22SCT, and 22 2.0.
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