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HB Racing: D819 1/8 nitro buggy

After the announcement at the beginning of this year, HB Racing have finally released the new D819 1/8 nitro buggy. The latest iteration of the World Champion line of buggies from HB Racing, this racing car adds the latest high performance parts to keep it ahead of the competition.

HB Racing: D819 1/8 nitro buggy

The chassis is symmetrical for better balance and more consistent jumping and cornering. And it’s strategically machined to decrease weight and balance the flex characteristics. A machined aluminum center chassis brace that strengthens the center section of the buggy, and an updated chassis with countersunk mounting holes for the new brace.

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GTX.5

The italian company WRC Racing presented the new GTX.5 1/8th Scale nitro on-road. The model arrive in hobby shops in kit and is based on the GTX with a series of upgrades to make it more competitive.

GTX.5

Among the feature a new lightweight front and rear Axles made in 7075 aluminum and a redesigned chassis for lower the tank position, that improves the overall center of gravity.

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 HUDY-Alu-Tray-diffs shocks

HUDY introduced new aluminum trays for differentials and shocks of RC models (both on-road and off-road). CNC-machined from one-piece aircraft aluminum, the trays are black coated extremely durable and wear resistant and feature 4 machined compartments with super-thin walls to save weight and laser edged with label. Include easily removable aluminum shock stand.

Shock stand sets are available separately to convert between vehicle types.

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WR8 Flux

HPI announced their new WR8 Flux with the body replica of the Ken Block Gymkhana Ford Fiesta ST RX43. The model is Ready to Run and is capable of speeds near 100km/h. The chassis is made in aluminum and features adjustable oil-filled shock absorbers, 4WD shaft drivetrain and metal gear differentials.

The body is amazingly detailed replica of Ken Block’s Ford Fiesta ST RX43. From the front splitter to the rear wing, all the way down to the amazing fifteen52 TurboFan and TurboMac wheels. Every tiny detail of real car is replicated in 1/8th Scale: the grilles, headlights, the double-level rear wing and spoiler.

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Mugen Seiki: new chassis for the MBX8

Mugen Seiki have released a new chassis for the MBX8 buggy. This new product from the Japanese company features several differences with the original like the position where the engine mount washers fit into the chassis.

As you can see in the iamges now the screw are on the same height and flat with the chassis surface.

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