LMR News

LMR MIP T-wrench

See: Nemo Racing

Nemo Racing have introduced the new LMR T-wrench specially designed for the popular MIP tools. The 3D-printed T-wrench helps to provide some leverage on tough to shift nuts and bolts. It suits to 22mm handles.

Another photo here

LMR 2mm aluminium shock stand offs

See: LMR Racing

LMR have introduced new aluminium shock stand offs. Machined from high quality aluminium, they comes black anodised for wear and looks. The shock stand offs push the shock angle forward 2mm and act to increase shock stiffness when put under load which makes them ideal for racing on high traction surfaces.

LMR “Slider” carbon fibre ride height gauge tool

See: LMR Racing

LMR have introduced the new “Slider” carbon fibre ride height gauge tool. Running at lower ride heights and trying to slide your ride height gauge underneath and backwards and forwards can often cause issues when your fingers get in the way and bump into your car while you are trying to set your ride height.  The “Slider” tool increases precision and makes checking your ride height far easier. It’s a companion to the twister ride height gauge and fits easily inside your tool box. Check out the video to see just how well this little Slider works.

Watch the video

LMR YZ-2 battery spacer weight

LMR YZ-2 Battery spacer weight

See: LMR

LMR unveils a battery spacer weight for Yokomo YZ-2. This spacer weight comes in at 75g and has been working really well in testing to improve grip and stability. Positioned at the back, it gives you more traction and feels like a big LiPo.

LMR YZ-2 Battery spacer weight 1

Lee Martin’s new LMR Buggy Bag

LMR Buggy Bag

Lee Martin has released his latest LMR creation, the LMR Buggy Bag. This bag is designed to protect your 1/10 scale offroad buggy from dirt and grime at the offroad track. Simply place the buggy in the bag, pull the string to close, and voila! Carry, cover, and protect in style!

“Our cars are our babies, so lets wrap them up warm!”

Source: LMR

LMR T-shirt, Hoody & KangaWallaFox!

LMR_Liz

Lee Martin’s LMR brand continue to impress us this time with a range of tshirts and hoodys they’re calling the ‘Hyper Star’ – boldly emblazoned with a star pattern front and rear with web address just above your bum, or in the photo’s case Lee’s lovely wife Liz’s!

Available now in small, medium, large, XL & XXL with t-shirts costing GBP 15.00 & hoodys GBP 25.00 each.

See LMR’s clothing page

Not content with keeping yourself and loved ones warm, LMR have also released open cell inserts for 1/10th Offroad they’re calling ‘KangaWallaFox‘ – Yes we don’t have a clue either…

“The Kangawallafox is described as a vicious nocturnal creature native to Australia, which is the result of the natural cross breeding between kangaroos, wallaby’s and foxes. Because of it’s highly vicious nature it will eat it’s competition as well as any other living organisms. Often seen only for a split second, whilst hunting its prey, jumping out in front of cars often to try and devour them.”

Sounds like Lee’s been eating a bit too much of his youngest’s (James) baby food!

See LMR’s New KangaWallaFox Inserts

IMG_0263 (2)

LMR’s new pit board takes to the sky

LMR Aeroboard

Lee Martin Racing (LMR) has released their new ‘Aeroboard’. This is a pit mat made up from Fibrelam, an aircraft grade flooring which is extremely light, exceptionally stiff, and provides a smooth surface for setting up your cars. The board is designed to fit both 1/10 scale and 1/8 vehicles, not to mention fits nicely in the popular Ogio 9800 carrying bag (a bag used by many travelling pros). While the board may look a little plain for now, LMR informs us that stylish skins are in the works!

photo 3 (2) (800x600)-500x500 photo 1 (2) (800x600)-500x500 photo 2 (2) (800x600)-500x500

Source: LMR

Under the Hood: Lee Martin

EUR_1539

Lee Martin (UK), 29 – 2WD Euros

Chassis: Yokomo BMAX2 v3
Motor: Yokomo RP 8.0T
ESC: Viper VTX10 BE
Battery: Protek Shorty
Tyres: 
JConcepts Barcodes (Control)
Radio & Servos:Sanwa M12 / Xpert
Body: Yokomo
Notes: LMR Electra rear wing, MRT transponder. Car built by Yokomo’s Shin Adachi with special ‘Shin O-rings’, hex conversion front hubs, Ti screws, alloy shock tops, alloy rear hubs.

1/10 Euros Links: Scoring | Live Timing | Watch Live | Photos | Videos | Coverage Page | Under the Hoods

EUR_1540 EUR_1541 EUR_1542 EUR_1543EUR_1544 EUR_1546 EUR_1547 EUR_1550