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Carlos Durães signs with 6MIK

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6MIK have announced the signing of Portuguese driver Carlos Durães to their team. Serpent driver who uses 6MIK tyres since the 2018 Euros will continues to use them during the 2019 season at the Portuguese championship and also in some major events in Europe. C.Durães had the following to say:

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Jeremy Pittet signs with 6MIK

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French company 6MIK have announced the signing of HB Racing driver Jeremy Pittet to their team. The multiple Swiss Champion will use 6MIK tyre and products in the Swiss Championship and also in international events such as the 2019 Montpellier GP. J.Pittet had the following to say:

“I am very happy with this opportunity and I look forward to working with Sébastien and his team again. 6mik tyres have proven their value for many years and I am therefore very confident for years to come. I look forward to being at the Montpellier warm up in a few days to start this new collaboration and get to know the rest of the Team.”

Juan Carlos Canas signs with 6MIK

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French company 6MIK have announced the signing of Juan Carlos Canas to their factory team. The Spanish rising star will attend the Spanish National Championship, GPs Such as te Montpellier GP early January and also majors international races in the 2019 season and also help with the development of future products.

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6MIK Euro 2018 T-Shirt

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To commemorate the 2018 European E-buggy title obtained by Jean-Pierrick Sartel, french company 6MIK have released a T-Shirt to celebrate the occasion. Only available in pink, the T-Shirt sports a large blue and white 6MIK logo surrounded by stars. The back has a big vertical 6MIK logo on the side and a much bigger cup on the other side. The 6MIK Euro 2018 T-Shirt is available in S to XXL sizes including sizes for kids.

6MIK Dash 1/10 buggy tyres

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6MIK have introduced their new Dash tyres for 1/10 buggy. The french brand and the team worked hard to propose a long lasting, easy to glue, easy to drive, and performant. Available for the front and rear for 2WD and 4WD, the Dash comes in Yellow (Soft) and Blue (Medium) compounds for Dirt/Outdoor surfaces and also in Green (Soft) and Blue (Medium) compounds for Clay/Indoor surfaces. 6MIK advise you to use the Dash tyres with their brand new “Ultra” inserts.

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6MIK 1/10 ‘Ultra’ closed cell foam inserts

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6MIK have introduced new ‘Ultra’ closed cell foam inserts for 2WD and 4WD buggies. It was developed especially to improve performance, comfort and precision while the special inner profiles provide softness and always stay centred on the rim. The ‘Ultra’ closed cell foam inserts are available for rear and front of 2WD and 4WD buggies.

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6MIK 17mm brass serrated wheel nuts

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6MIK have introduced 17mm brass serrated wheel nuts for 1/8 vehicles. Precision CNC machined from brass, each nut is 7 gr heavier than standard items to provide more traction and stability and also reduce the excessive suspensions moves. The nuts are also flanged and knurled for locking security and feature a closed end to protect from dirt and debris build-up in the axle or hub and feature an etched 6MIK logo on the closed-end cap.

6MIK Weapon 2.0 1/8 tyre

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6MIK have introduced the Weapon 2.0 tyre for 1/8 buggy and E-buggy. The Weapon 2.0 is made to provide comfort, long lasting and consistent performance. To achieve this the 2.0 is based on the Barracuda carcass preventing the tyre from excessive ballooning while making for a comfortable handling at the same time. The tread sports 2016 mini-pins, big in the center and becoming smaller towards the sidewalls. The mini-pins arrangement makes the car more predictable while the pins aren’t close to the sidewalls to do not give too much grip on extreme corners. All these caracteristics make the Weapon 2.0 tyre ideal for all abrasive surfaces and rough tracks where comfort is the driver’s main concern for a whole final duration. The Weapon 2.0 is available in pairs now.

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