Posts tagged with SOAR 998

VP-PRO RC8B3.1 CN-B3.1-CL body

See: VP-PRO VP-PRO have introduced the new CN-B3.1-CL body for the Team Associated RC8B3.1. Made of high-quality and durable polycarbonate, the CN-B3.1-CL body features a cab forward styling which creates more downforce on the front of the body and thus provides better steering response. The CN-B3.1-CL body is also suitable with the HB Racing D819, […]

SOAR 998 1/8 Buggy now available

After two long years of publically developing and fine tuning their buggy, SOAR are pleased to announce the official launch of the SOAR 998 1/8 Offroad buggy. Just yesterday SOAR’s Spanish division announced that they would offer a free of charge replacement 2015 spec kit to all customers who bought the 2014 kit – a shining example of […]

SOAR Spain to replace customer’s last year kits free of charge

Some awesome news coming from SOAR Seiki today! Dear Soar Seiki valued customers, after 2 years spent developing the Soar 998 1/8 buggy we would like to extend to our SoarSeiki Spain customers that have previously bought the 2014 kit a brand new replacement 2015 kit free of charge. Now that’s what you call customer […]

In the Spotlight: SOAR 998 buggy

Alejandro Daras (20) – Neo14 Chassis: SOAR 998 Engine: SOAR TRS TORO Fuel: Byron Fuel 25% Tyres: Sweep Micro Contracts Ultra soft, Pink inserts Radio & Servos: Futaba 4PKSR, SOAR 0823, 0825 Notes: SOAR, title sponsor of Neo14 present their 1/8 buggy the 998, driven by team driver Alejandro Daras and design director Didian Ho. See ‘Introducing SOAR Seiki’ Feature

Feature: Introducing SOAR SEIKI

Over the past 12 months we’ve occasionally turned the spotlight on a newcomer to RC and 1/8 Offroad, a small company out of Taiwan called ‘SOAR SEIKI’ but with big ambitions. Already producing and manufacturing engines, the company’s design director Didian HO turned his attentions to producing their own 1/8 racing buggy – the SOAR […]

New photos of ‘SOAR 998’ buggy

Its roughly 6 months since we last heard or saw anything from RC industry newcomer ‘SOAR’, however since getting a sneak peak of their S44 buggy back at the Euros, they’ve been busy working on finalising the design and pre-production stages, which include mould improvements, plastics testing, geometry tweaks as well as changing the name […]