Horizon Hobby introduces the new Losi Baja Rey 1/10 4wd Ready-To-Run Desert Truck. The Losi Baja Rey desert truck is built on one of the most advanced chassis ever conceived for a ready-to-run vehicle. It comes equipped with a Dynamite 3800Kv and a waterproof 130A ESC. This potent combination can handle 2S or 3S LiPo batteries (sold separately). The receiver’s built-in AVC (Active Vehicle Control®) system will work behind the scenes, making hundreds of tiny throttle and steering adjustments per second, so more of the motor’s power is translated into ballistic speed and acceleration instead of just flying dirt. You have easy access to the motor and battery compartment.
Kyosho unveiled their new Inferno Neo ST Race Spec 2.0 ReadySet (RTR), a factory-assembled, nitro-powered racing truck that’s got World and National Championship origins. It’s built on a foundation that benefits from more than a decade of development and refinement.
The channeled aluminum chassis is made from stronger, more durable alloy. It’s supported at the front and rear bulkheads by molded chassis braces, which are allowed to flex more than rigid aluminum braces. For years this has been a performance secret of many Kyosho racing vehicles, because a more compliant chassis brace has been the key to superior traction and handing. The bulkheads and suspension arms are taken right from the ST-RR Evo racing kit, and the three-differential drivetrain is so effective that its one of the most copied components in the history of RC racing. Front, center and rear differentials transfer power to the wheels via a strong shaft drive system with ultra-smooth front universal driveshafts. A double disc brake system provides ample stopping power, and it’s adjustable to your liking if you decide to experiment.
After the Crosslink 2.2 1/10 buggy rear tire, here is the Crosslink version for 1/10 Stadium Truck. The characteristics of both tires are identical, with a symmetrical open tread pattern designed to break in quickly and provide unparalleled forward traction. This additional forward traction is perfect for today’s high powered 1/10 Stadium Trucks and allows a more aggressive steering setup without the worry of losing on-power control.
The Xlink has been designed for hard packed or blue groove, indoor and outdoor tracks. Availables in championship winning Clay, Ultra Soft and Super Soft compounds as tires with Red inserts.
HPI Racing introduces full of new Maverick releases for 2016. The Strada 1/10th line-up will be expanding with 2 new kits, new bodies and graphics for 3 of their most popular kits and new chassis anodizing for the entire Strada range, for a new look that coordinates beautifully with the iON range of cars and trucks.
Expanding the Strada 1/10th scale range has been a major achievement for Maverick RC, and we’re proud to debut the new Strada DT Desert Truck and the Strada RX Rallycross kits. These kits feature brand new body and wheel designs, as well as the standard features already installed in all Maveric RC Strada kits: waterproof electronics including receiver, servo and speed controller, full-time enclosed 4WD shaft drivetrain, front and rear gear differentials, 2.4GHz radio system and much more.
HPI Racing unveiled at the Nuremberg International Toy Fair 3 models of the famous Savage 1/8 Monster Truck. Let’s start with the Savage XL Flux. It combines the awesome raw power of 6S LiPo brushless power with the stability of a long wheelbase Savage HPI monster truck package. The Flux Tork 2200 is ready for all the power you can run through it and the Flux ELC-6S electronic speed controller is fully capable of up to 22.2 volts of power to let you pull off giant stunts and jaw-dropping speed. Fully equipped with super heavy-duty drivetrain parts, all-metal differentials with machine-cut gears, 2.5mm TVP (Twin Vertical Plate) chassis, 3mm 7075 motor plate and 8mm billet motor clamps, the Savage XL Flux is stacked with options. For more photos click here.
Team Magic unveiled at the Nuremberg International Toy Fair the E6 III BES 1/8 Monster Truck. The E6 III BES is a « full option » ARR version (no electronics and no motor) of its very popular E6 III HX RTR Monster Truck in a very nice Black/Gold look. The BES features many Gold-anodised aluminium parts, like Front and Rear Shock Towers, Sliding Motor Mount, Primary Transmission Case, Dampers Shocks, Wheel Hex Adapters and Nuts, Wing Buttons, Suspensions Arm Mount Plates; and is also equiped with a Steel Central Diff Case and Steel Shock Pivot Balls.
The Twin Hammers® DT 1.9 rock racer lets you assault all types of terrain, day or night. It’s based on the proven Twin Hammers chassis design that features a long-travel suspension with a solid rear axle. This gives you all the footing you need to negotiate rock piles or blast across the flats. You also get realistic details like a roll cage, beadlock wheels and a functional LED light bar so you can keep running long after the sun goes down.
Whilst truggys never quite took off outside N.America, their ‘home market’ still shifts some kits, Kyosho have finally come round to update their offering, announcing the Inferno ST-RR Evo 2.
The update includes newly designed front & rear shocks towers that suit high-grip surfaces and the new-ish… radio box set with lightweight clutch bell included as standard to boost running power.
“The tough straight cut bevel gears and small flywheel from the 1/8 buggy MP9 deliver increased reliability while the dial-adjustable big bore shocks allow for precision setting. The low-profile form of the new forward cabin design body combines with the MP9 wing to produce sure-footed rear grip and maneuverability.”
After a week of teasing, TLR has officially released their new 22T 2.0 stadium truck. The 22T 2.0 Race Kit continues to build on the championship-winning 22 platform with a host of new features that make it easy for competitors of all experience levels to drive fast.
Updates include advanced suspension geometry adapted from the 22 2.0 buggy, a new bell-crank steering system, Gen II shocks with X-ring seals and a thoroughly refined ball differential with tungsten carbide diff balls. You also get popular option parts as well as hardware for both mid- and rear-motor configurations.
Over the last week, TLR has posted a series of teaser photos for a new 22-based vehicle, but we have have just seen the most telling photos yet (see below).
Our best guess, based upon these 2 photos, is a 22T 2.0, with mid-motor configuration. With the tag line, “You asked for it!,” many people (myself included) were wondering if perhaps the vehicle would be a nitro 22NT gas truck…but obviously that wasn’t it!
So is this what you’ve been asking for–a new 22 2.0 stadium truck? We will discover the full release tomorrow, but until then, let us know your thoughts in the poll and comments section below!