Reds Racing has announced a new 3rd generation of 721 Superveloce 3.5cc off-road engine. The Pro Gen3 features a completely redesigned cooling head for lower centre of gravity for better car handling, improved aerodynamics for a lower drag and improved engine cooling. Also new is the rear bearing for increased durability and reliability. The engine is suitable for tracks where a more powerful engine will give you an advantage. It was used at the 2022 Worlds by Reds Team drivers when Juan Carlos Canas made 3rd place in the main final. The Superveloce is a classic 3.5cc 7 ports engine, a feature that has now become REDS Racing trademark, it can be used for both 1:8 buggy and truggy.
Back to back 1:10 Nitro onroad World Champion manufacturer Infinity has released optional universal driveshafts for their IF15. The 48mm front and 52mm rear shafts feature a new 2.0mm pin orientation. Used in the front, this provides stable steering characteristics from low grip surfaces to high grip conditions. On the rear the updated pin gives more stable rear grip.
Revolution Design has introduced a B6.4 Aluminium -1mm Steering Block Set that updates the precision and reliability of one of the company’s most popular items for Team Associated’s previous 2WD buggies to the current B6.4 geometry. As before, the steering blocks are made from black anodized aluminium and touched up with trick chamfered edges to match the refined look of the RDRP line-up. With the B6.4 Aluminium -1mm Steering Block Set, there is one less thing to worry about. Each block is laser engraved for easy identification.
Following the release of their new SRX8 1:8 GT ’23 kit last month, Serpent has just announced an RTR version. To make the car even more attractive to a broader customer base, the Ready-to-Race package with top-quality components is the perfect way for Hobby racers to join in the action. The car comes with a high end 4WD racing chassis with top quality parts, impressive 2.4 GHz transmitter and the Serpent S21 pull start engine.
Blitz has released a new 1:10 touring car body with the CLA being the latest addition to its line-up. A fundamental feature of the CLA design is the air channel that’s designed to direct airflow along the centre of the body – from the roof to the rear trunk. This helps to increase stability especially when traveling through high-speed sections of the track. However, in lower-speed corners, it allows the body not to bog down and thereby increasing corner speed. In addition, the CLA’s rear wing tower moves the location more outside to align with the body tower, it will reinforce the rear wing mount and minimize flex in this critical area, especially on the light version of this body. The CLA body design complied with IFMAR GBS rules. It has also been homologated by EFRA with approval number EFRA 4087. CLA body is available in both standard 0.7mm and light weight 0.5mm versions and comes with a light decal, window mask and wing mounting screw set.
Klinik RC is offering a customisable setup board. Measuring in at 16 x 20 inches, it is perfect for any scale race cars up to 1:8 buggy. Made from super rigid .400″ solid crystal clear acrylic then second surface direct printed on the backside. It is not a decal! They are available with the Klinik/Racetec graphic or custom with your name along the bottom edge.
Smart-Workshop has announced the first batch of their Starter/Ignitor has arrived for its testers program. The new glow plug ignitor on first inspection looks to be a carbon version of the tradition ignitor used in the pits at nitro races across the World. However, a short video gives a glimpse of some of the smart features of the unit. On the reveal of the first batch Smart-Workshop said, ‘Our new project had come to another stage! The first batches of production are just out! They will be shipped out to our participants in the Tester Program very soon. Subscribe to our newsletter and stay tuned on our social for the official launch’. Watch video here
RC Maker has introduced another staple to their line of setup tools with these Aligned Droop Blocks for 1:10 Onroad. Taking everything they didn’t like about conventional droop blocks, they have created the ultimate pair of droop blocks for your pit table! The unique shape of the blocks means that the contact patch of the blocks to your setup board and chassis is minimal, preventing imperfections in each surface from effecting your droop reading. One major feature of these droop blocks is the ability to fix the distance between them, and keep them square to each-other! When you place normal droop blocks down, they’re always in a different spot and always on some angle and not square to the chassis. The Aligned droop blocks fix this problem, you can set the distance of the blocks and tighten the set screw on the blocks along the included titanium coated shaft. This keeps them in the same position all day, ensuring you can repeatedly put your droop blocks in the same position on the car and make sure they’re square to each-other. When done for the day, loosen the set screws and disassemble down flat. The droop blocks are machined from U.S Grade 7075 Alloy, and are extremely lightweight and strong. They feature black anodising with silver chamfered edges, as well as a laser engraved RC Maker logo.