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David Aw steals Lap Paradise win
about 5 hours ago
David Aw steals Lap Paradise win Ben Panic Round 4 of the Lap Paradise Off Road League was held this past weekend with drivers going through three rounds of qualification and then moving in to finals Christmas tree finals. Lower finals were run for 25 minutes with the main being a 60-minute affair. Ben Panic (Kyosho/OS/JConcepts) took TQ after 3 rounds of 10-minute qualifiers. Drivers bumped out of quarters and then in to the semis, all-aiming for a top 7 spot to move to the main. Semi B was won by Daniel Law (Losi/Hope/James), MAX Racing driver CK Lee closely followed him as they made their way through to the main. Semi A was a lot more interesting. Ben Panic got off to a flyer and by lap four was passing traffic. Back markers got caught in front of him and as he was passing them he got hit and his car flamed. Boy Chan (Serpent/Reds/Pro Circuit) inherited the lead and would go on to win Semi A. Ben dropped to thirteenth but with enough time on the clock he drove a storming last fifteen minutes to finish fourth. The final got underway and Ah Boy and David Aw (HN/RB/James) led the field closely followed by Ben. These three broke away and had a great battle for the first few minutes. David and Ben stretched a gap to Ah Boy and for the next fifteen minutes they raced hard and cleanly as they passed on track and in the pits. Ben went past David after the second round of stops and pulled away. Their battle had been so close and fast that they had more than half a lap lead on the field. For Ben this gap grew as he put down fast laps. By the thirty-minute mark he had managed to put two laps on the field. Then his race was over. A broken front arm from an innocuous landing on the left front saw him depart the driver’s stand. Not long after him Ah Boy was also out. The front-runners had issues and David Aw capitalized. Running fast all main he took the lead. Ah Leng (Mugen/OS/AKA) was a lap from him in second however right on his bumper was CK Lee. The MAX driver with his new Mugen was showing excellent pace. Unfortunately for CK the DNF gods were also looking at him. A blown conrod ended his day. Kenny Chin wheeled his car (SWorkz Evo/RB/AKA) to the final podium spot and that saw the end to an exciting main.
David Aw steals Lap Paradise win
about 5 hours ago
Ben Panic Round 4 of the Lap Paradise Off Road League was held this past weekend with drivers going through three rounds of qualification and then moving in to finals Christmas tree finals. Lower finals were run for 25 minutes with the main being a 60-minute affair. Ben Panic (Kyosho/OS/JConcepts) took TQ after 3 rounds of 10-minute qualifiers. Drivers bumped out of quarters and then in to the semis, all-aiming for a top 7 spot to move to the main. Semi B was won by Daniel Law (Losi/Hope/James), MAX Racing driver CK Lee closely followed him as they made their way through to the main. Semi A was a lot more interesting. Ben Panic got off to a flyer and by lap four was passing traffic. Back markers got caught in front of him and as he was passing them he got hit and his car flamed. Boy Chan (Serpent/Reds/Pro Circuit) inherited the lead and would go on to win Semi A. Ben dropped to thirteenth but with enough time on the clock he drove a storming last fifteen minutes to finish fourth. The final got underway and Ah Boy and David Aw (HN/RB/James) led the field closely followed by Ben. These three broke away and had a great battle for the first few minutes. David and Ben stretched a gap to Ah Boy and for the next fifteen minutes they raced hard and cleanly as they passed on track and in the pits. Ben went past David after the second round of stops and pulled away. Their battle had been so close and fast that they had more than half a lap lead on the field. For Ben this gap grew as he put down fast laps. By the thirty-minute mark he had managed to put two laps on the field. Then his race was over. A broken front arm from an innocuous landing on the left front saw him depart the driver’s stand. Not long after him Ah Boy was also out. The front-runners had issues and David Aw capitalized. Running fast all main he took the lead. Ah Leng (Mugen/OS/AKA) was a lap from him in second however right on his bumper was CK Lee. The MAX driver with his new Mugen was showing excellent pace. Unfortunately for CK the DNF gods were also looking at him. A blown conrod ended his day. Kenny Chin wheeled his car (SWorkz Evo/RB/AKA) to the final podium spot and that saw the end to an exciting main.
Round 4 of the Lap Paradise Off Road League was held this past weekend with drivers going through three rounds of qualification and then moving in to finals Christmas tree finals. Lower finals...
arrowmax nuts
Nut it up with Arrowmax
about 6 hours ago
Nut it up with Arrowmax arrowmax nuts Arrowmax RC has just released their unique new battery thumb nuts. These nuts are made up of light weight aluminum, and designed to replace stock original plastic thumb nuts. These battery thumb nuts feature a unique design that is a nice change from the traditional aftermarket nuts we are accustom to seeing, and provide extra leverage to ensure they are tight. Lonely racers can also appreciate that their battery nuts are also blue… Source: Arrowmax RC
Nut it up with Arrowmax
about 6 hours ago
arrowmax nuts Arrowmax RC has just released their unique new battery thumb nuts. These nuts are made up of light weight aluminum, and designed to replace stock original plastic thumb nuts. These battery thumb nuts feature a unique design that is a nice change from the traditional aftermarket nuts we are accustom to seeing, and provide extra leverage to ensure they are tight. Lonely racers can also appreciate that their battery nuts are also blue… Source: Arrowmax RC
Arrowmax RC has just released their unique new battery thumb nuts. These nuts are made up of light weight aluminum, and designed to replace stock original plastic thumb nuts. These battery thumb...
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XRAY XB8 front anti roll bars
about 6 hours ago
XRAY XB8 front anti roll bars xb8anti XRAY have released three new front end option steel anti roll bars for their XB8 buggy. "These optional anti-roll bars offer different anti-roll stiffness adjustment so that you can fine-tune the set-up of your chassis with maximum finesse. The anti-roll bars are laser-engraved for easy and instant recognition. Black color." #352492 XB8 Front Anti-Roll Bar 2.2m #352494 XB8 Front Anti-Roll Bar 2.4mm - standard #352496 XB8 Front Anti-Roll Bar 2.6mm
XRAY XB8 front anti roll bars
about 6 hours ago
xb8anti XRAY have released three new front end option steel anti roll bars for their XB8 buggy. "These optional anti-roll bars offer different anti-roll stiffness adjustment so that you can fine-tune the set-up of your chassis with maximum finesse. The anti-roll bars are laser-engraved for easy and instant recognition. Black color." #352492 XB8 Front Anti-Roll Bar 2.2m #352494 XB8 Front Anti-Roll Bar 2.4mm - standard #352496 XB8 Front Anti-Roll Bar 2.6mm
XRAY have released three new front end option steel anti roll bars for their XB8 buggy. "These optional anti-roll bars offer different anti-roll stiffness adjustment so that you can fine-tune the...
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Lodz Expo to host indoor carpet event
about 8 hours ago
Lodz Expo to host indoor carpet event IMG_9529 Organisers behind a new event next year sent us a bit of info about their track and an international 1/10 Offroad carpet event they are planning to hold next year in Lodz, Poland. The 800 sqM track is located in the EXPO building in the city, photos showing older layouts and jumps however the team have proven their ambition promising an event and layout to tempt Europe's elite drivers. Stay tuned for further details, in the meantime check out one of their videos or photos from thge Benek cup event. For more info, contact ntkcolors@gmail.com zdjęcie 1 zdjęcie 2 zdjęcie 3 IMG_6877
Lodz Expo to host indoor carpet event
about 8 hours ago
IMG_9529 Organisers behind a new event next year sent us a bit of info about their track and an international 1/10 Offroad carpet event they are planning to hold next year in Lodz, Poland. The 800 sqM track is located in the EXPO building in the city, photos showing older layouts and jumps however the team have proven their ambition promising an event and layout to tempt Europe's elite drivers. Stay tuned for further details, in the meantime check out one of their videos or photos from thge Benek cup event. For more info, contact ntkcolors@gmail.com zdjęcie 1 zdjęcie 2 zdjęcie 3 IMG_6877
Organisers behind a new event next year sent us a bit of info about their track and an international 1/10 Offroad carpet event they are planning to hold next year in Lodz, Poland. The 800 sqM...
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Power Star’s trio of servos
about 9 hours ago
Power Star’s trio of servos vp_servos VP Pro's servo brand 'Power Star' have released three new types of digital brushless servos, (even though the image shows 4?!), count your lucky stars then! They all feature plastic shell and are fitted with stainless steel and titanium gears throughout for strength, the three types are available in a choice of four rather 'loud' colours - EasyJet orange, naval blue, baby blue and TestaRossa red. No details on the speed/strength of the servos but here are a few part numbers; PL-2211, PL-1610, PL-1408. See VP Pro
Power Star’s trio of servos
about 9 hours ago
vp_servos VP Pro's servo brand 'Power Star' have released three new types of digital brushless servos, (even though the image shows 4?!), count your lucky stars then! They all feature plastic shell and are fitted with stainless steel and titanium gears throughout for strength, the three types are available in a choice of four rather 'loud' colours - EasyJet orange, naval blue, baby blue and TestaRossa red. No details on the speed/strength of the servos but here are a few part numbers; PL-2211, PL-1610, PL-1408. See VP Pro
VP Pro's servo brand 'Power Star' have released three new types of digital brushless servos, (even though the image shows 4?!), count your lucky stars then! They all feature plastic shell and...
AT4_9790
Carson’s ‘Aileron’ body now available!
about 15 hours ago
Carson’s ‘Aileron’ body now available! AT4_9788 A month ago at the 2014 ROAR Nationals out in rural Hutto, Texas, Mugen Seiki's factory driver Carson Wernimont showed off his custom entirely self produced body by him and his father  Russ. The body features bold styling features and pronounced sidepod details which Carson says helps stability significantly as well as traction compared with stock bodies. 'Carson's Body' We now know its called the 'Aileron'! as it's called is now available and naturally fits Mugen's MBX7 buggy. Enquiries or questions can be directed to CarsonWernimont@hotmail.com AT4_9783 AT4_9790 AT4_9792 AT4_9810
Carson’s ‘Aileron’ body now available!
about 15 hours ago
AT4_9788 A month ago at the 2014 ROAR Nationals out in rural Hutto, Texas, Mugen Seiki's factory driver Carson Wernimont showed off his custom entirely self produced body by him and his father  Russ. The body features bold styling features and pronounced sidepod details which Carson says helps stability significantly as well as traction compared with stock bodies. 'Carson's Body' We now know its called the 'Aileron'! as it's called is now available and naturally fits Mugen's MBX7 buggy. Enquiries or questions can be directed to CarsonWernimont@hotmail.com AT4_9783 AT4_9790 AT4_9792 AT4_9810
A month ago at the 2014 ROAR Nationals out in rural Hutto, Texas, Mugen Seiki's factory driver Carson Wernimont showed off his custom entirely self produced body by him and his father  Russ. The...
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tekno
Tekno adjustable hinge pin brace
about 15 hours ago
Tekno adjustable hinge pin brace tekno After extensive testing and support from our customers we have designed a new rear hinge pin brace that produces a lower roll center to improve traction and stability in all conditions.  The new brace allows vehicles to square up better coming out of corners and provides easier on-off-power transitions.  It is compatible with all of our 1/8th scale vehicles as well as the SCT410.  CNC manufactured from 7075 aluminum and gun metal anodized for wear. Features: Part #:  TKR5013C | More info @ Tekno RC
Tekno adjustable hinge pin brace
about 15 hours ago
tekno After extensive testing and support from our customers we have designed a new rear hinge pin brace that produces a lower roll center to improve traction and stability in all conditions.  The new brace allows vehicles to square up better coming out of corners and provides easier on-off-power transitions.  It is compatible with all of our 1/8th scale vehicles as well as the SCT410.  CNC manufactured from 7075 aluminum and gun metal anodized for wear. Features:
  • Lower the rear roll center by 1.0mm for added traction and stability in and out of corners in all conditions.
  • Additional 1.0 degrees of rear toe-in compared to the stock part (TKR 5013).
  • More rear toe will improve forward bite on-power and increase rotation off-power.
Part #:  TKR5013C | More info @ Tekno RC
After extensive testing and support from our customers we have designed a new rear hinge pin brace that produces a lower roll center to improve traction and stability in all conditions.  The new...
protek engine
ProTek’s new nitro engine warrior
about 25 hours ago
ProTek’s new nitro engine warrior protek engine ProTek R/C has joined the nitro race with their all-new 321B “Samurai” Off-Road 3-Port engine! The “Samurai” is ready to lead you into battle – a samurai, by definition, is a noble, powerful warrior willing to serve his master – with a short-stroke, turbo head, rear ceramic bearing and legendary, easy-to-tune carburetor, it’s easy to see why the ProTek racing engine bears the Samurai moniker! The Samurai sips fuel without sacrificing horsepower thanks to elliptical carburetor restrictors that are included. The handcrafted powerhouse has been built meticulously by a world-renown Japanese engine manufacturer, to the specs of A Main’s top pro drivers. The Samurai delivers a versatile package like no other – excellent fuel mileage, predictable, crisp throttle-response and uber-consistent carburetor settings are all traits every racer needs to stand atop the podium – to be crowned the master of his class. samurai02 samurai04 samurai03 samurai01
ProTek’s new nitro engine warrior
about 25 hours ago
protek engine ProTek R/C has joined the nitro race with their all-new 321B “Samurai” Off-Road 3-Port engine! The “Samurai” is ready to lead you into battle – a samurai, by definition, is a noble, powerful warrior willing to serve his master – with a short-stroke, turbo head, rear ceramic bearing and legendary, easy-to-tune carburetor, it’s easy to see why the ProTek racing engine bears the Samurai moniker! The Samurai sips fuel without sacrificing horsepower thanks to elliptical carburetor restrictors that are included. The handcrafted powerhouse has been built meticulously by a world-renown Japanese engine manufacturer, to the specs of A Main’s top pro drivers. The Samurai delivers a versatile package like no other – excellent fuel mileage, predictable, crisp throttle-response and uber-consistent carburetor settings are all traits every racer needs to stand atop the podium – to be crowned the master of his class. samurai02 samurai04 samurai03 samurai01
ProTek R/C has joined the nitro race with their all-new 321B “Samurai” Off-Road 3-Port engine! The “Samurai” is ready to lead you into battle – a samurai, by definition, is a noble,...
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mcbride
McBride the Aussie Buggy Champ
about 28 hours ago
McBride the Aussie Buggy Champ mcbride The 2014 Australian Buggy National Titles is in the books with 179 of Australia and New Zealand’s best drivers doing battle for the title. Kyosho sensation, Kyle McBride, would cruise his way to victory with the onslaught taking place behind him. Kyosho/Max Racing driver, Aaron Stringer, struggled in qualifying but was able to bump up from the 1/8 Final, to the 1/4 Final, to the Semi Final, and eventually into the Final. A transponder change before the start of the race penalized Stringer, moving him from 2nd on the grid to 15th (a controversial move by the race director). Stringer attacked the field working his way up to third. The battle raged between Stringer and Craig Laughton for second. Stringer eventually took over the position finishing a strong second behind McBride, with Laughton finishing third. Source: Max Racing
McBride the Aussie Buggy Champ
about 28 hours ago
mcbride The 2014 Australian Buggy National Titles is in the books with 179 of Australia and New Zealand’s best drivers doing battle for the title. Kyosho sensation, Kyle McBride, would cruise his way to victory with the onslaught taking place behind him. Kyosho/Max Racing driver, Aaron Stringer, struggled in qualifying but was able to bump up from the 1/8 Final, to the 1/4 Final, to the Semi Final, and eventually into the Final. A transponder change before the start of the race penalized Stringer, moving him from 2nd on the grid to 15th (a controversial move by the race director). Stringer attacked the field working his way up to third. The battle raged between Stringer and Craig Laughton for second. Stringer eventually took over the position finishing a strong second behind McBride, with Laughton finishing third. Source: Max Racing
The 2014 Australian Buggy National Titles is in the books with 179 of Australia and New Zealand’s best drivers doing battle for the title. Kyosho sensation, Kyle McBride, would cruise his way...