T-Work’s XRAY & Tekno rear skid plates

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T-Work’s have introduced rear skid plates for the XRAY XB8 and XB9, and Tekno RC NB48.4 and EB48.4. Machined from stainless steel, his ultra thin design will greatly increase the durability and protect your rear end of the chassis.

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Exotek XB2 & XT2 option parts

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Exotek have added new option parts for the XRAY XB2 and XT2 including the Flite top shaft for XB2, carbon fiber adjustable LiPo cups for XB2 and XT2, carbon fiber front tower, carbon fiber rear lay-down gearbox tower and carbon fiber rear stand-up gearbox tower for the XT2. First up is the Flite ultra light top shaft has been drilled and the teeth narrowed for increased acceleration and a cooler running motor. Specially designed for the ultra competitive stock racing at indoor tracks where every gram counts, it weighs less than half the weight of the stock top shaft and slipper when combined with Exotek’s special lightened spur mount #1726, sold separately. Machined from hard anodized 7075 alloy, the top shaft weighs only 9.3gr complete with hardware and 69 spur- the stock assembly is over 20gr.

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XRAY XB2’18 Exclusive Coming soon!

The highly anticipated XRAY XB2 2018 1/10th 2WD buggy will be soon announced exclusively on neobuggy.net! Stay tuned!


Ty Tessmann Pro Tip: XB8’17 servo installation

Many top guns share their tips and tricks to help us better tune our cars. This time it is the turn of XRAY factory driver Ty Tessmann to explain how to properly install servos on the XB8’17 radio plate in video.

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Czech National Rd5 & 6 report


The final two rounds of Czech National series was held last weekend. Two races in two days on one track was a real challenge for both drivers and their cars.

  • Round 5

E-buggy qualifications were quite a close affair between XRAY’s drivers Martin Bayer, Max Gotzl and Kaja Novotny with each driver taking one TQ run, eventually it was Martin who took the overall TQ. In Nitro buggy, Martin TQed the first round then Kaja managed to take the TQ in the second and third round meaning the overall TQ. In A1 and A2 Martin pulled away and took an easy win. Max, Jiri and kaja fought for the second place and in the end it was Max who took it. In A3 Kaja took easy win which secured him the 3rd place overall.

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Dominic Nunn joins XRAY


XRAY have announced that the British driver, Dominic Nunn is joining the XRAY factory team. Dom will be piloting the XB2, XB4, XB8 and XB8E platforms in all major national and international races including 2018 NEO Race, Schumacher Silverstone Winter Series, 2018 EFRA European Championship 1/10, 2018 BRCA UK Nationals 2WD and 4WD… Dominic achieved several notable results in recent National and European races as an XRAY supported driver. He is passionate about racing his XRAY cars and is looking to further strengthen his race package. Dom stated:

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XRAY Racing Series Rd1 report

Race report by Greg Hill (XRAY):

We had a full house of drivers booked into the first ever UK based 10th Off-Road “XRAY Racing Series” (XRS) at Midlands Raceway in the heart of the country. Midlands Raceway is one of the only permanent indoor off-road race tracks in the country and is a fantastic facility, however the club took the decision recently to extend the track size by moving the indoor pitting space to another area in the building, giving approximately another 25% of track – a good call I’d say, as not only does it make a bigger, longer lap with greater layout options, it allows a wider track which aids passing opportunities and marshal safety.

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Landen Lewis doubles at Cajun Classic race


The Cajun Classic race was held in Shreveport, Louisiana. This extreme traction track featured the purest of clay, and it was kept extremely damp, leaving your car extremely dirty and heavy. The layout featured a couple sections that gave racers trouble throughout the weekend. The back triple was a troublesome jump sending cars in odd directions depending on where you hit the jump. Later on in the race, it was clear which racers took the time to learn where to hit this jump to keep their cars safe.

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