Posts tagged with S35-3E

SWORKz S35-3E aluminium steering servo mount

See: SWORKz  SWORKz have introduced an aluminium steering servo mount for the S35-3E, S35-TE, Zeus and Apollo specially designed for Savöx servos. The steering servo mount is machined from high-quality aluminium and comes grey anodised. It is 2.5mm lower and sports a special hole to route the servo wire to the receiver.

SWORKz S35-3 series sway bar sets

See: SWORKz  SWORKz have introduced new front and rear sway bar sets for the S35-3 series of buggies. The sway bars are made in spring steel and laser etched for easy identification. The front set includes eight different sway bars from 2.0mm to 2.8mm, while the rear set includes of six different sway bars from 2.4mm […]

SWORKz S35-3 series 6mm aluminum axle insert set

See: MW RC Cars SWORKz have introduced new set of 6mm aluminum axle insert for the S35-3 series of vehicles. Machined from high quality aluminium, the inserts come in red anodised. They will directly replace the original plastic inserts and make the wheel hubs more stronger thanks to the lightened 6x12x4mm ball bearings. The parts also […]

SWORKz S35-3 +1mm aluminium wheel hex adapters

SWORKz have introduced new +1mm offset aluminium wheel hex adapters for the S35-3 and S35-3E. These lightweight hexes are made from high quality aluminium and hard coated. The standard S35-3 series wheel hexes are 4.5mm, so change option wheel hub will offer 2mm wide for the front or rear suspension. Their use allow to have […]

SWORKs S35-3E 1/8 E-buggy kit

SWORKs have introduced the new S35-3E 1/8 E-buggy kit. For the past 7 years, SWORKz kept developing and improving their 1/8 off-road brushless buggies. After the successful debut of the SWORKz S350 EVO II Limited edition (2015-2016), they continued to follow SWORKz DNA and further build on the EVO II Limited edition. Ultimately SWORKz created the […]

SWORKz S35-3E coming soon

SWORKz have unveiled the first teaser image of their new 1/8 E-Buggy, the S35-3E. Based on the new S35-3 Nitro, it should have the same features, excepted the central part provided with a specific layout for electric power. More information and photos coming soon. See: SWORKz