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RC Concept subject to a winding-up proceedings

Source: Société.com

We have just learned that the French company RC Concept has been placed in bankruptcy. Launched 5 years ago by Sébastien Chaffardon, RC Concept was based on a team made up of Reno Savoya and Lee Martin but quickly only R. Savoya will continue to represent the brand as an ambassador on the international tracks. RC Concept offered a range of electronic products and nitro products with engines based on Picco and fuel specifically formulated and produced by Labema. No information about the guarantees has been provided so far.

RC Concept clear double sided tape rolls

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French company RC Concept have introduced two new clear double sided tape rolls. The double sided tape roll measures 1 meter long, 25mm wide and only 1mil thick. Designed to secure receivers, speed controller or transponders, it will keep your device securely fastened where you want it. Two double sided tape rolls are available: the first is made with flexible, heat resistant and waterproof material helping to reduce vibration to the component while the next one is keeps the same characteristics but offers even more tack. Both are easy to remove and leaves no residue behind.

RC Concept electric power for Riccardo Berton

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French company RC Concept have announced the signing of italian top driver Riccardo Berton will be using RC Concept electronics including WTI speedos, motors and batteries as well as accessories in his 1/8 and 1/10 Kyosho buggies for the 2019 season.

RC Concept pre-oiled air filter foams

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French company RC Concept have introduced new pre-oiled air filter foams. The filter is made with best quality foam with matching oil, in order to give your engine more power and providing more durability. Each foam has been carefully oiled and weighted in order to be sure to have the exact same tuning every single race. They come in packs of six and fit to TLR/Losi and HB Racing air filters.

RC Concept 2 x 2S balance charging lead

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French company RC Concept have introduced new 2 x 2S balance charging lead. The 600mm cable features 4mm/5mm plugs and allows to charge two 2S batteries on the same charger port. You can also charge up to four 2S batteries at the same time on a duo charger.

RC Concept MC5 World nitro engine

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RC Concept have introduced the new MC5 World nitro engine. To celebrate the 2018 IFMAR Nitro Buggy World Championship in Australia, the MC5 World features a new AVID front ceramic bearing providing better sealing, more precise guiding of the crankshaft improving the efficiency of the engine, less wear for the piston/sleeve and also for the front bearing, an even quicker acceleration response and mileage improved by almost 30 seconds. Delivered with the RC Concept precise carburator for easier tuning, the MC5 is now ready for the World, always the same price.

RC Concept 4S universal charging lead

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RC Concept have introduced new universal charging lead designed to charge all 4S batteries on the market. The universal charging lead comes with a wide range of plugs including 5mm female PK plug (battery) and XH Male/female plugs for balancing. The charging board no longer needed, you can directly plug the cord to your charger port and your battery.

Tom Robin teams up with RC Concept

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RC Concept have announced the signing of french driver Tom Robin to their Factory Team for the 2018 season. After many tests during the winter, Tom has decide to run the MC5X with RC4 plugs and Thor Fuel. Tom has been impressed by the power and the incredible runtime he had with this combo. For his first race in Ibr Padova for the Onerace Oneman, Tom finished 10th overall.

“At RC Concept we are very happy to welcome another young driver, the futur of the RC racing scene.”