FX Engines News

Announcing the launch of RC America website

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After months of hard work and dedication, RC America have officially announced the launch of their ecommerce website on March 23, 2018. As the North and South American importer for XRAY, HUDY, and FX, their ongoing goal with this website is to provide their visitors with resources to learn about products RC America offer and the solutions they can provide. Website visitors will have access to inventory levels and several easy methods to locate and purchase parts to keep their XRAY vehicles performing at the highest level. The new website provides a fresh look and easy to access products. RC America wholeheartedly support social media, and are currently researching ways to better integrate social media in order to create the best possible relationship with their brand.

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Jean-Pierrick Sartel signs with FX

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FX Engines have announced the signing of french driver Jean-Pierrick Sartel to their team for the 2018 season. JP will attend all major races including 2018 The NEO Race, 2018 European Championship and 2018 French Nationals. JP stated:

“I am very happy to join the FX team for this year 2018. I cannot wait to start this season with the FX engines. The performance and reliability of FX engines is great and it will allow me to win many races. I am grateful for this opportunity.”

FX K501R Racer Edition nitro engine

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FX Royal Racing Engines have introduced their new FX K501R  Racer Edition nitro engine. This high-performance 1/8 off-road engine features 5 ports, silicone-filled crankshaft, premium Japanese front and ceramic German rear bearing. The K501R is an extremely reliable and powerful engine suitable for any race track and racing conditions.

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Dominic Nunn teams up with FX

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FX Engines have announced the signing of British talent, Dominic Nunn to their team. In 2018 season Dominic will attend all major races including 2018 NEO Buggy, 2017/18 NitroXCross Series, 2018 EFRA Euros, 2018 BRCA Nationals 1/8th Rally cross and E-buggy, 2018 Nitro X cross Series and 2018 East Shrewsbury Club Series. Dom has the following to say:

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Hwang Sun Young FX powered for 2017 & 2018

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Following XRAY announcement, FX have announced that the multiple Korean national champion Hwang Sun Young joins their team. Hwang Sun Young will race in 2018 in all major regional and national races including race Cups in Korea, Thailand, Philippines and China. Hwang Sun Young stated:

“I am very happy and thankful to be a FX Engine Factory Driver. I believe this engine will continuously evolve into a really good engine. I will do my best effort so that many 1:8 off-road users in Korea can produce the best performance with FX engine. Many thanks to FX and Team James Racing for giving me such a good opportunity.”

FX introduces new EFRA 2131 exhaust set

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FX Royal Racing Engines have introduced new exhaust set. The set consist EFRA 2131 tuned muffler and a manifold with chrome coating, produced by machining instead of extrusion like other FX muffler. The chrome coating helps the muffler and manifold stay clean. Provides different power characteristics, with slightly more power at both bottom & top ends. EFRA approved and recommended for applications that require more bottom-end power, the exhaust set is specially designed and tuned to work with FX engines. EFRA number engraved.

FX low profile engine heads

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FX have introduced three new low profile engine heads. CNC-machined from Swiss 7075 T6 and additionally black-coated and laser-engraved for a stylish look, the cooling heads feature additionally drilled holes from the bottom to reduce the weight. The recessed contact area on the underside of the cooling heads – where the combustion chamber insert fits – has had the color coating machined away to allow for the optimal heat transfer. Low-profile engine heads are available in three different sizes for various temperatures. With a lower weight than the standard engine head, they give a lower CG to make the car more stable on fast tracks.

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New FX ‘low profile’ cooling head spotted at Euros

Spotted in the pits at the 2017 European Championships is a new ‘low profile’ cooling head from FX engines on Martin Bayer’s XB8’17 buggy.