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XRAY XB4’21 4WD Buggy coming soon


Following a first teaser, XRAY have officially announced the soon release of the forthcoming XB4’21 4WD Buggy. XRAY stated that the XB4 platform has been completely redesigned, however this is currently the only information published by the brand. The all-new XB4 should become available soon.

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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Sergio Suarez wins at TTPRC Champs Rd1


This past was held the first round of the TTPRC championship in Lima, Peru. Starting on the third spot on the grip in the final, Sergio Suarez (XRAY) was able to take the lead after the first curve and stayed in the lead until the end. Walter Donaire came in second while Fernando de los Ríos (XRAY) ended the day at the third spot.

Urban & Pavlus win at Slovakian 1/10th Off-road Nationals Rd5


The fifth round of the Slovakian 1/10th Off-road Nationals was held last weekend in Dubnica nad Váhom. The event had a great turnout and once the sun came out, the track dried out and all the finals were run on dusty surface with low traction. Roman Pavlus (XRAY) set the overall TQ in the 2WD Buggy, 4WD Buggy, and Open classes, but also in 40+ classes. In the 2WD Buggy class, R.Pavlus would not be able to convert the P1 spot into a win as Adam Urban brought home the win. R.Pavlus came in second and Michal Nagy in third.

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XRAY XB2/4 graphite composite long suspension arms


XRAY have introduced the new graphite composite long suspension arms for the XB2’20 and XB4’20. The lower long suspension arms are completely redesigned and are 2mm longer, which helps to generate more grip in low traction conditions and improves stability on medium and higher traction surfaces and improves handling on bumpy tracks. They are made from super-tough, high-tech graphite material to give a perfect balance between reliability and performance and match the most track conditions. The longer suspension arms have redesigned geometry for improved handling, increased traction and improved handling on bumpy tracks. The design of the front arm allows for a greater range of adjustments while the suspension rear arm is rigid enough for a responsive feel and extreme durability. Intelligent rear arm design allows for variable positioning of the rear shocks. Depending on track conditions, the rear shocks can be installed either in front of or behind the rear shock tower, and the rear shock tower can be placed either in front of or behind the bulkhead. The arms also feature a mounting position for the optional front anti-roll bar.

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XRAY XB8 & XT8 composite forward position wing mount


XRAY have introduced the new composite forward position wing mount for the XB8, XB8E, XT8 and XT8E. The fully redesigned rear wing holder allows to set wing more frontwards which helps to create downforce more on rear wheels to increase rear traction. The mount is super-slim, factoring a 1-piece design for reduced weight and increased strength. The forward position wing mount gives maximum stability while still allowing flex during impacts.

Nitro Stampede race report by Ty Tessmann


Last weekend I was able to race the Nitro Stampede Race at RC Gears in Calgary, AB. This race is only about 3 hours from home so it was a nice change of pace to not have to travel so far. We arrived at the track Friday afternoon for practice, I would be running 2wd buggy and 1/8 nitro at this race. At first the track was really loamy and loose but as practice went on it started to clean off a bit but still had some bumps and ruts. We figured out what tires to run and tuned the car setup a bit and we were ready for qualifying on Saturday. After practice Friday night my Dad and I held a Question and Answer session, the reception by the Calgary club was very good and welcoming, we had a lot of people out with some very good questions.

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XRAY XB2 & XT2 aluminium wide front roll-center holder


XRAY have introduced the new aluminium wide front roll-center holder for the XB2 and XT2. The front roll-center holder is CNC-machined from high-quality Swiss 7075 T6 aluminum. The part with wider design and roll center positions moved more outside increases strength, reliability and makes the handling more precise and more forgiving. Featuring three-roll center positions, the holder allows to use front anti-roll bar.

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