LMR introduces their extremely impressive carbon fibre nose cone for the Mugen MBX7 which is available now at L-M-Racing.co.uk. A picture showing the nose cone fitted to the MBX7 can be found below.
Posts tagged with MBX7
Sweep Racing have introduced their new Birdie body shell for the Mugen MBX7 which is due to be released soon. With plenty of space around the engine’s cooling head the body also features angled sidepods, a steep angled and narrow windshield with the cab also sitting in a very forward position. See: www.SweepRacing.com
MAX Racing has announced the release of their new rear lower suspension holder for the Kyosho MP9 and Mugen MBX7 which has been manufactured from brass in Malaysia. See: www.Max-Racing.org
LMR is proud to announce the release of their new carbon fibre mud guards for the Mugen MBX7 which are now available at www.L-M-Racing.co.uk.
Answer RC have re-launched their popular air filter series and expanded it to cover more 1/8th buggies than previously. After much searching they have managed to get these produced in the UK using some of the very best filter foam they have come across. This means enhanced quality control, reduced lead times and better pricing. […]
Mugen Seiki’s N.American outpost, Mugen Racing have exclusively unveiled the ‘M-Spec’ update of the World Championship winning MBX7 Buggy which will be released in November, comes pre-built with race setup and only available to the N.American & Asian markets. They’ve cheekily not sent us any ‘Under the Hood’ shots, however with the X7 steadily approaching it’s […]
After the news of Hara’s sudden departure from HPI HB, here the Samurai driver is readying his Mugen MBX7 buggy in time for this weekend’s FEMCA Championships in Bejing, China. One thing that strikes us is how quickly Hara managed to get that skin / paint together for his MBX7, maybe his departure wasn’t quite […]
With a current World Championship to their name, Mugen Seiki have continued the development of their MBX7 platform this time on the electric side and released an ‘M-Spec’ version of their MBX7 ECO 1/8 Offroad electric buggy. Historically Mugen’s M-Specs have been mighty tasty – complete with more options and trick parts than a plate […]
Our friends over at InfoRC.net have produced an impressive promo video for the Bitty Design Mugen MBX7 Force body, enjoy!
NitroHouse have published the following demonstrating their new bump chassis MBX7 E-conversion kit which has been manufactured in the USA with US Kaiser 7075 aluminium and is hard anodized for extra strength and durability. This chassis will convert the MBX7 nitro to electric and the kit includes the Mugen parts needed for the conversion.