SWORKz News

T-Work’s S35-4 DLC-coated shock shafts

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T-Work’s have introduced the new DLC-coated shock shafts for the SWORKz S35-4. Available in 58.2mm long for the front and in 69.2mm long for the rear, the shock shafts come Diamond-like Carbon coated for improved durability and provide smooth operation. The DLC coated shock shafts are available as set of 2-piece including 2 washers and 2 nuts.

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J&T Bearing Company introduce new 1/8th Buggy carbon fiber optionals

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California based J&T Bearing Company have introduced new carbon fiber optionals for popular 1/8th Buggies brands such HB Racing, TLR, Team Associated, Agama, SWORKz, XRAY, and Mugen Seiki. The option parts are made of high-quality carbon fiber and the range consists of front wing V1 for HB Racing, TLR, Agama, and XRAY, front wing V2 for Team Associated, SWORKz, and Mugen Seiki, servo tray stiffeners for the HB Racing E819 as well as splash guard, tank/heat guard, radio tray cover and battery cover for the Team Associated RC8B3.2.

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T-Work’s 1/8 Off-road carbon fiber 1-piece wing buttons

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T-Work’s have introduced a new carbon fiber one-piece wing button for HB Racing, SWORKz, Team Associated, Tekno RC, Mugen Seiki, Kyosho and Agama 1/8th buggies. Machined from high-quality carbon fiber, the lightweight and strong part will add strength and secure the rear wing in style.

SWORKz S35-3/4 & S350 aluminum lightweight wheel hexes

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SWORKz have introduced the new aluminum lightweight wheel hexes for the S35-3, S35-4 and S350. The wheel hexes are precision machined from high-quality aluminium, anodized for wear and feature a lightweight design that eliminates unnecessary rotating weight. Available as pairs, the lightweight wheel hexes are 30% lighter than the stock hexes and come in 3 different offsets including 5.0mm, 5.5mm and 6.5mm.

RC-Project S35-4 Ergal monoblock engine mount

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Italian company RC-Project have introduced a new Ergal monoblock engine mount for the SWORKz S35-4. Machined from high-quality 7075 Ergal on 5 axis machine centers at the factory, the mount provides solid engine mounting and easy adjustment. The monoblock design as well as the ultra-strong construction provides very long life and durability in even the most extreme racing conditions. More stiffer than standard engine mount, the monobloc design also avoids stress on the crankcase and that can lead to damage. The black coating and the 25% increase of the contact surface with the engine compared to standard mount allow a better and faster heat dissipation between the engine and the chassis. The monoblock engine mount weighs 32.0g.

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T-Work’s S35-4 carbon fiber arm stiffeners

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T-Work’s have introduced new carbon fiber arm stiffeners for the SWORKz S35-4. The parts are machined from high-quality carbon fiber offering lightweight yet durable as well as a factory look. The front and rear A-arm stiffeners are available in 1mm and 1.2mm thick as pair and come with mounting hardware.

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RC Carbon Cavalieri S35-3E carbon fiber fan support

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Due to a large number of requests following the introduction of the carbon fiber fan support for the SWORKz S35-4E, German company RC Carbon Cavalieri have introduced a new version for the S35-3E. Machined from high-quality carbon fiber, the part incorporates a 40mm fan support as well as centre bulkhead brace. The fan is positioned on top of the motor and blows directly on it thus ensuring efficient cooling.

Juan Carlos Canas sweeps Andalusian Regional Champs Rd2

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The second round of the Andalusian Regional Championship was hosted by the Lebrija track in the south of Spain, attracting more than 40 racers. Juan Carlos Canas (SWORKZ/REDS Racing/Merlin/6MIK) would sweep the race, taking the overall TQ and win in the 45-minute final in front of the Mugen Seiki duo of Bryan Baldo (Mugen Seiki/Ultimate Engines/Procircuit) in second and while Agustin Illanes (Mugen Seiki/Ultimate Engines/Procircuit) came in third.