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    Schumacher to provide traction for EOS

    September 26, 2014 - 16:51 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

    SchumacherEOS

    Schumacher is to provide traction for the new season of the Euro Offroad Series with the announcement that the British company’s famed Minipin tyre has been selected as the controlled rubber for the high profile championship. A tyre widely acknowledged by racers across Europe as being superior for indoor offroad competition use, the deal is set to prove very popular with racers with most already having extensive knowledge of how their cars run on the tyre. Read more…

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    STRC goes green with Slash Conversion

    September 24, 2014 - 21:39 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

    STRC Green Chassis

    STRC’s popular Slash 4×4 LCG Chassis Conversion kit is now on sale in limited edition Orange and Green anodizing. Completely transform and enhance the performance of your Slash 4×4 on every level with STRC’s LCG conversion kit, which includes a long list of CNC aluminum, carbon fiber, and hardware upgrades! Read more…

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    The P-L ‘Electron’ tire goes short course

    September 23, 2014 - 16:17 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

    Electron Short Course

    Pro-Line engineers have emerged from the R&D lab with a new tread design to unleash to the World: the Electron Short Course Tire. The Electron tread has been a proven success on the buggy platforms, and is now available for short course racers. The Electron shares close family ties with Pro-Line’s popular ION tire with the iconic dirt grabbing center tread and futuristic styling. The Electron features connected tire tread technology to improve traction and wear on even the most abrasive of indoor track conditions. The square center pins laid out between the connected tread provide consistent forward and side bite even when the track gets dusty.

    Source: Pro-Line Racing

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    Suangka talks Novak Crusher systems

    September 18, 2014 - 17:36 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

    In the latest Novak video production shared with us today, Novak Tech Guru, Charlie Suangka, talks about the 5 different Crusher ESC-Motor Brushless Systems available. This includes one 4-pole system (with 4PHD motor), one 550-size system (with Ballistic 550 6.5T), one 540-size extreme sport system (with Ballistic Spec 17.5T), and two 540-size crawling systems (with either Ballistic Crawler 18.5T or 21.5T). Each system includes everything need to race, bash, or crawl. All systems are sensor-based for maximum throttle control. Want to know more, sit back and take it all in as The Suangka-nator explains it all!

    Source: Novak

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    Tekin triple at ‘Bring the Heat’

    September 16, 2014 - 19:28 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

    Tyler Hooks

    The 2014 Bring the Heat race hosted by Flowood RC Indoor park has become one of the premiere races to attend in the southern part of the United States. Over 350+ entries would settle in on 20+ hours of available practice at the premier indoor facility in the area. Bubba Barnham manages to keep this event on track and on point with a fantastic indoor facility that assures racing is always consistent, fast and fun!

    Tekin team drivers as well as factory reps, Ty Campbell and Jeremy Potter, would be in attendance to help anyone with their Tekin needs. Seeing how this race gets more electric entries than nitro entries in most cases, the Tekin team would be out in force with support, and showing the fast line around the track. Read more…

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    MRCR announces ‘Hotdog Classic’

    September 15, 2014 - 17:01 by Mike Garrison 0 Comments

    MDRC Hotdog Race

    So you think you’re a hot dog R/C racer? Prove it at Modesto R/C Raceway on October 11th for their first annual ‘Hotdog Classic’! For this event MRCR will be giving out trophies to the top 3 in all classes, and will also be providing hotdogs and soda free to all paid racers! This race is more than just weiners and buns, its about crowning the true ‘hot dog’ racer…do you have what it takes?

    CLICK HERE for more details.

     

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