For all you small scale enthusiasts, Atomic has been teasing their new AMZ 4WD car over on their Facebook page. The AMZ is said to compatible with the Mini-Z A.S.C series and is 20% lighter than the MA-015. We don’t have a part number or pricing information yet, until we do, check out the official Atomic RC Website.
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A good transmitter bag comes in quite handy, they help keep your transmitter clean, they can help pad your transmitter when chucking it into the back of your truck, and they can act as a “catch all” bag for tools, glow plugs, etc. The crew over at Atomik RC have just announced custom formed transmitter bags for both the Traxxas TQi and the TQ.
Part number for the TQi model is #2038 and part number for the TQ model is #2039. Retail price for each bag is $25 and you can get more information at the official Atomik RC Website.
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Atomik RC Traxxas Transmitter Bag Gallery
I received a set of Atomic’s new wheels for the Mini-Z Moto. I hadn’t put much thought around it but I realized that these are in fact aluminum wheels while the stock Mini-z Moto wheels are cast out of a heavier metal. On a Mini-Z, switching to an aluminum wheel you rarely end up saving weight. Would the weight savings translate to lower rotational mass and quicker acceleration? Would a motorcycle’s handling greatly be impacted by lower the weight of the wheels? Let’s find out!