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Mid Pulley Conversion Kit

Xpress has shared images of their new Mid Pulley conversion kit for the Execute XQ1 1/10th Scale Touring Car. This kit modifies the transmission with an equal distance for rear and front belts, distributing the motor power better. With the weight shifted forwards, you get a more consistent performing car. This conversion kit will also fit the XQ1S, and will be a solid upgrade to the car. Below more images of the kit.

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TRF420

Tamiya has finally published the first real image of the new TRF420 competition Touring Car and some more information. The chassis features brand new arm and upright components, new suspension mounts that allow five different setups, new steering knuckles, new front and rear bulkheads, updated servo and battery mounts.

The body mounts now have two setups, standard and front, which moves the body shell 2mm forward. Tamiya has also announced another new TRF420 part: the Suspension Arm Bushing A-C. Stay Tuned!

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TRF420

Tamiya has announced that this autumn they will release the new TRF420 Competition 1/10th Scale EP Touring Car. The model will feature lots of updates. Below you can see the list of new parts that will be available at the same time as the chassis. Stay tuned for images of the chassis and more information!

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Ghost18 Edition A

VBC racing has just announced their new Ghost18 Edition “A”, an upgraded version of the popular Ghost18 entry level 1/10th Scale Spec Touring Car Kit. The model comes with the upgraded 7075 Aluminium main chassis and full carbon upper deck for improved handling and many carbon graphite and racing quality parts.

This car is ideal for club races, GT races or anyone that would like to start RC racing, spending a reasonable amount of money.

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BZ3

RC Atomic RC has released the first images of the new BZ3 Touring Car 1/28th Scale. The chassis is sold in assembly kits with four-wheel drive and new ball differentials. The model features a extreme Low center of gravity, probably has lowest CG amount all 1:28 AWD. The ball differentials are 1.5mm lowered compared to old version BZ, with motor and servo also lowered than before. The rear suspension system is the main innovation part of BZ3. It can convert into 3 forms to suit all kinds of track conditions.

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rconDesign

rconDesign has introduced “SIREN” their brand new body shell specially design for front wheel drive touring car. The body is inspire from ASIA style hot hatches and was been tested for 5 months on different track to ensure that is competitive.

The rconDesign Siren will fit majority popular 190mm touring car and is produced in high-quality 0.8mm polycarbonate to ensure durability and performance.

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