PR Racing News

PR Racing introduce new PR S1 optionals

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PR Racing have introduced new option parts for the PR S1, PR S1 V3, PR ST1, PR SC201in the form of a new front chassis brace, a set of gull wing suspension arms and a set of front sway bars. The front chassis brace now features front sway bar seats built in while the revised front arms feature built in ball for sway bar mounting. The new front sway bar set includes mounting parts as well as 1.3mm bar and 1.4mm anti-roll bar wires.

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PR Racing SB401 S1 wing mount set

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PR Racing have introduced a new rear wing mount for the SB401 S1. The set comes with updated wing stay featuring a tilt angle to improve overall downforce.

PR Racing SB401-R CVD input shaft coupling spring clips

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PR Racing have introduced a set of CVD input shaft coupling spring clips for the SB401-R. The optional spring style coupler which makes removal of the coupler much easier and faster compared to the stock C-Clip., while giving better durability and longer lifespan of the part overall. These will fit any 401 platform and works on the center cvds and front wheel axles.

Mat Dodd teams up with PR Racing

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PR Racing and Inside Line Racing have announced the signing of Mid West driver Mat Dodd to their team for 2020 to run the PR cars along with Maclan and SRT electronics. A long time F1 driver from the Mid West, Mat is a former Regional Series winner and has made multiple BRCA National A finals. M.Dodd brings a wealth of knowledge gained from his many years of racing off road to the team.

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Tom Yardy teams up with PR Racing

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PR Racing UK and Inside Line Racing have announced the signing of two year contract with one of the top UK off road drivers, Tom Yardy. Tom is a very well respected driver and is very approachable, his set up knowledge and racecraft are second to none. Tom’s dad Chris will be on hand also and we feel he is a massive asset to, not only Tom, but to every Inside Line Racing driver. Tom will also be using Maclan speedo and motors, along with SRT servos in his PR Racing cars. Statement from Tom:

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PR Racing S1 V3R Evo 2WD buggy

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PR Racing have introduced the new S1 V3R Evo 2WD buggy. The main focus has been to make the car smoother and easier to drive on track, and this has been achieved with a revised 2.5mm thick -5mm length 7075 aluminium chassis. In addition new insert type hangers have been introduced, and in conjunction with the chassis design allow for much lower rear roll centre, keeping the car much flatter on track with smoother rotation. New Ackerman geometry, and new CNC rear hubs with longer link positons also improve on track driveability. A new motor mount has been produced to lower the motor 2mm into a recess in the chassis, and makes a particular difference on today’s high grip tracks. In addition to all the geometry and mechanical changes, the V3R Evo has been treated to a new body, designed to look sleek and offer more steering with it’s much larger forward mounted cabin.

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PR Racing SB401R-T 1/10 4WD Truggy

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PR Racing have introduced the new SB401R-T 1/10 4WD competition electric Truggy. Based on the SB401-R with whom it shares the same refinements, however the SB401R-T features others changes making it more capable, adjustable and durable. The SB401R-T features a chassis CNC-machined from 2mm 7075 T6 aluminium with moulded side-pods, “Type R” LCG shocks, “Type R” carbon fibre shock towers, updated gear ratio for better acceleration, longer front and rear gear diff outdrives offering more droop, suspension inserts, 5 degree caster blocks, an aluminium and carbon fibre floating steering servo mount and a “Type R” LCG body.

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PR Racing SB401R-T 1/10 4WD Truggy coming soon

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Coming soon from PR Racing is the forthcoming SB401R-T 1/10 4WD competition electric truggy. No information about the new kit have leaked in the wake but it is rather easy to guess that it is based on the SB401 1/10 4WD buggy. Full details and detailed images about the truck should become available very soon.