Agama News

Leadfinger Racing A319 A2.1 Tactic body

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Leadfinger Racing have introduced the new A2.1 Tactic body for the Agama A319. First introduced in mid 2019, the A2.1 Tactic body design form Leadfinger Racing has proven it self on the track with a handful of different platforms. Fitment, performance and looks are key in every design, and every platform presents different challenges with each lay out. The Agama was no exception. Fuel tank location, and the position of throttle and brake bias linkages needed to be taken into consideration.

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Ludwig Albertz teams up with Nemo Racing

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UK-based company Nemo Racing in partnership with their distributors have carefully selected new talent to add to the team. First up is Ludwig Albertz, a rising Swedish talent. Through MicroRacing he will be using the Agama A319 and Bullitt B-223 engine for the 2020 season. Nemo Racing have also announced the imminent release of the A319e E-buggy and lots more very exciting announcements coming soon.

Kilic brothers leave Agama

With the end of the year around the corner, the inevitable tsunami of driver changes began. The Kilic family entrusted us that they were leaving their long–term sponsor Nemo Racing. Burak and Berkan and their father Abdullah had a great season at the German Nats but also at major events in Europe whose climax was the 3rd place at the 2019 Euros achieved by Burak. Their destination is still unknown but we should give you more information very soon.

Nemo Racing A319 NSK metal shield bearing set

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Nemo Racing have introduced a new set of NSK metal shield bearings for the Agama A319. The Japanese-made metal-shielded bearings provide a durable, smoother and more efficient drive train. The set includes 30 bearings.

Kevin Brunsden joins Nemo Racing

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Nemo Racing have announced the signing of Kevin Brunsden to their team for the 2020 season and beyond. Former SWORKz driver was already supported by Nemo Racing for years with Beta tyres and Piranha fuel and now he will also use the new A319 in major events in UK.

“After just one day of testing he can already feel the benefits of our new A319 chassis and you unequalled power and drivability of the Bullitt B-223. We are excited to see what results Kev with achieve. Not only is he a quick peddler but he’s also very good with setup and always happy to help anyone with advise which fits our ethos perfectly.” – Nemo Racing

T-Work’s A319 aluminium shock standoffs

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T-Work’s have introduced three new sets of aluminium long shock standoffs for the Agama A319. The lightweight shock standoffs are machined from high-quality 7075-T6 aluminium and they come hard-coated for wear. The parts are available as a 4-piece set or in set of 2-piece for front and rear.

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T-Work’s A319 stainless steel chassis skid protectors

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T-Work’s have introduced new stainless steel chassis skid protectors for the new Agama A319. Made from heavy-duty stainless steel, the skid plates help to protect the chassis from scratches due to highly abrasive surfaces. The stainless steel chassis skid protectors come in pairs, including two front or two rear skid protectors.

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BF Materials 1/8 battery connector holders

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BF Materials have introduced a new line of battery connector holders for HB Racing, Mugen Seiki, Agama and XRAY buggies. Made of tough Nylon plastic, they hold in place your battery connector and prevent it to disconnect during a race. Depending on the versions, they should be mounted onto radio tray with two self tapping screws included (HB, Mugen, Agama) or replacing the original middle cover XRAY). The XRAY version also has a specific version for different connectors (JST or servo). Both do not require screws or modifications to the radio tray, as they mounts straight to the original.

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