about 39 hours ago by Chris
See: HRC Distribution
Team Magic have introduced the B8ER “ARR” version. The B8ER comes factory assembled by Team Magic and comes with many aluminum parts like the chassis, shock towers, steering linkage plates, chassis stiffener, motor mount and shocks. it is equipped with fully adjustable turnbuckles rod, rubber sealed ball bearings and HRC BullDog tyres. Available without electronics and motor, to allow you to choose the combo of your choice.
01 December 2016 14:36 by Chris
GVP, the French distributor of Mugen Seiki sent an email to stores stating that the Mugen MBX7R will continue to be marketed in 2017 and will not be replaced by the MBX8. Optional parts such as the new differential and maybe a new chassis will boost the performance of the vice-world champion buggy.
The good news for fans and potential customers is that the R & D department of the famous Japanese brand is working on a new buggy that will clearly not be marketed in 2017 but in 2018.
30 November 2016 15:58 by Chris
Serpent have announced that the Spyder SDX4 shaftdrive will be shiped in December. Full details about the forthcoming 1/10 4wd buggy will be available in the coming weeks.
25 November 2016 08:34 by Phil
As is the style of XRAY, they have released a teaser image of their 2017 spec XB4 1/10 4WD offroad buggy – no details only a side profile teaser at this stage, expect more details soon!
24 November 2016 08:06 by Chris
Team Associated have introduced their all-new RC10B64D Team kit. Designed to take advantage of today’s faster-than-ever tracks, the RC10B64D Team Kit offers increased durability, all new suspension geometry, a wider tuning window, improved weight distribution, and easy maintenance. Excelling on high-traction surfaces, the B64D’s adjustable axle height and roll centers result in a stable yet nimble platform. With a new and improved center differential, the B64D rewards the driver with maximum drive out of all four wheels on dirt and clay surfaces.
See: Team Associated
17 November 2016 10:51 by Chris
When Team Associated began to disclose that they were working on what was to become the B6, they published photos of transparent prototype parts made with a 3D-printing process. If we rely on this fact we can be said that the photos published on the Team Associated’s Facebook page show the first photos of the prototype parts of their forthcoming 4wd buggy. The transparency of the parts greatly complicates the observation of the details and we will have to wait a little longer to find out more. Watch this space, more information are coming!
See: Team Associated
16 November 2016 16:39 by Chris
HB Racing have introduced the E817 E-Buggy kit. An impressive list of standard features is packed inside the E817 kit box. Fine tuned by HB Racing team drivers and staff so it can be easily build, tuned to a wide variety of track conditions and quickly maintained between heats. The E817 has a fully adjustable battery mounting system that can handle a wide variety of battery configurations. When using Shorty packs, multiple mounting points allow you to easy move the weight bias fore/aft to help tune the balance of the car. The batteries are held in place securely, and mounted directly on the chassis for the lowest CG possible.
See: HB Racing
10 November 2016 14:34 by Chris
Serpent have introduced the Spyder SRX2 MidHybrid 2wd buggy. The SRX2 MH was created by Serpent designer Billy Easton, former 1/10 scale 2wd World Champion, and the designer of the successful Cobra 1/8 series and Spyder 1/10 series of cars. The SRX2 MH is basically a two in one car, as Serpent offers 2 type of transmission in the kit:
- 3-gear upright transmission for low to medium traction: LMT. The Spyder SRX2 with the LMT transmission ( Low –Medium Traction) will perform best at low grip and medium traction tracks like grass, sand and clay. For super low traction Serpent offers the Spyder SRX2 Rear motor kit.
- 3-gear laydown transmission for medium to high traction: MHT. The Spyder SRX2 with the MHT transmission ( Medium –High Traction) will perform best at medium to high traction tracks like carpet, astro and high grip clay.