There is nothing sweeter than bolting the perfect set of wheels on your pride and joy. For some of you that perfect set might be the new 1.55″ Centerline Style Wheels from Rogue Element Components. These are made from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and are made to look very much like their full scale counterparts. The set shown above is made specifically for the Kyosho Scorpion buggy, but they are also available in a “4 wheel drive set” that comes with four equally sized rear wheels.
The price for a standard set of four is $109 and you can hit up This Link to visit the official Rogue Element Components website.
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“Good guys always wear white” (at least in the movies) and now you can get an All White Edition of JQ’s THECar. THECar white edition will not only make you instantly stand out in a crowd, but it is a full on race buggy capable of busting out fast lap times. Trick looks, fast laps, what more can you ask for.
The part number is #INT-JQB0677LE, they are priced at $599, and they start shipping on September 1st. There are only 100 of these kits being produced and you can get one on pre-order by Clicking Right Here.
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JQ THECar White Gallery
The WTF-1 Formula 1 kit from Calandra Racing Concepts is not only affordable, but also one of the fastest cars in its class. The WTF-1 was designed from the ground up to be a racer featuring a low center of gravity chassis, an ultra smooth 16 ball differential, and lightweight materials. For you bashers out there, it was also designed to be rugged with a 3mm quad axial carbon fiber chassis and durable front end parts.
The part number is #1500, it has a street price of $249, and they start shipping in the next two weeks. Get complete details at This Link over on CRC’s official website.
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CRC WTF-1 Gallery
Now that you’ve got that uber pair of Pro-Line Pro-Spec shocks mounted on your truck, it’s time to get them tuned in perfectly. You might want to go to softer springs for more traction, or harder springs for heavier vehicles or for absorbing those big roof jumps. To make that task easier, Pro-Line has put out a handy chart that lists all their different springs from super soft, to super hard. Check out the chart below to see how all their different springs stack up, or simply Click This Link for more information over on Pro-Line’s website.
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Pro-Spec Spring Rate Guide
There are times when you just want to be different, to really stand out in the crowd. If you pick up a Renault Sport Mégane Trophy body from Matrixline RC, you are sure to do just that.
The Matrxiline Mégane Trophy body is formed from .9mm polycarbonate and was designed to fit most 1/10 touring cars. Along with the body it comes with light buckets, a decal sheet, over-spray film, and vacuum formed front/rear fascias.
The part number for the Mégane is #PC201405 and you can get a few more details by hitting up This Link over on the official Matrixline website.
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Just 25 of the new Limited Edition BD7 ETS kits from Yokomo will be put out for sale. This model was made to celebrate its four wins at the European Touring Car series and comes with luxury packaging and special transporter bag. It also comes with a slew of high-zoot upgrades-
* Titanium main gear shaft
* Titanium turnbuckles
* Precision bearing set
* Aluminum servo mount, belt tension cams, & rear bones
* Graphite body mount support
* Hard coated pivot balls
* Double joint front universals
The part number is #MRTC-BD714ETS and you can get full information over on the Yokomo Europe website.
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Our friends over at Pro-Line have posted a list of good things you can do while at the track and most of them apply to bashing as well. New hobbyists may not be aware of these, while some of us old timers tend to forget things over time, either way, click the image below for a list of how to be a world class hobbyist at the track.
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How to be World Class at the Track
Wouldn’t it be cool to make adjustments to your esc from your smartphone? Sure it would! GForce has recently announced their Wi-Fi Link for just that purpose. The GForce Wi-Fi Link allows you to view and make changes to select models of GForce speed controllers from your Android or Apple device. That sounds a lot easier than counting lights or beeps to us. The part number is #G0034 and it is expected to have an August release date. Get more details At This Link over on the GForce website.
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Normally we post RC On TV when we spot a cool RC segment, but this weekend we found RC in our Comics! This weekend’s Zits featured a ‘drone’ doing a little reconnaissance on Jeremy and his girlfriend.
For this weekends comic, or any others, make sure to check out the official Zits Comic website.
So maybe you’ve been thinking about upgrading the shocks on your Traxxas but aren’t quite sure what will fit. Pro-Line has done all the leg work and now have a handy chart to show you exactly which of their Pro-Spec and PowerStroke shocks will fit your ride. Check out the images above and below to find out which Pro-Line shocks are the proper length for your T/E-Maxx, Slash, Bandit, Rally, Telluride, Rustler, or Stampede.
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Traxxas to Pro-Line Shock Guide
In case you didn’t get the memo, adding scale accessories to your rig or doing up a righteous scale garage has been a thing for a while now. You’ve probably seen the pictures of Axial G6 type trucks with all sorts of scale accessories mounted on them or pictures of small scale garages that look exactly like their full scale counterparts.
The folks over at Boom Racing have a whole line of scale accessories to help fill up your truck and your rc garage. They have 15 different driver figures, as well as a host of other accessories from tools to various sorts of beverages. Get more information on all their goodies at This Link over on the AsiaTees Hobbies website.
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If you’ve ever flown a bunch of Estes Proto-Xs at the same time then you already know how hard it is to tell them apart. On the same note, if you are a big fan of the Proto-X then you know there just aren’t many aftermarket upgrades available either.
Lucky for you TheToyz are big fans of the Proto-X and have announced some new colored canopies. These takes just seconds to install and come in either green or yellow. Finally your Proto-X can stand out in a crowd.
The part number for yellow is TOYZ 101 Yellow, green is TOYZ 101 Green, and they are street priced at just $3.99 each. Hit up This Link to get complete details over on TheToyz’s website.
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Yellow Proto-X Canopy
What’s new over at PR Racing? The 1/10 scale SB401 4wd buggy kit. The SB401 is PR’s first 4wd 10th scale buggy and was designed to be ultra-adjustable to suit a wide variety of conditions. Some of its highlights include-
* Aluminum 12.75mm big bore shocks
* Carbon fiber towers and top deck
* Can use shorty or saddle packs
* Hard anodized aluminum chassis
* Full bearing set
* One piece aluminum motor mount
The part number is #SB401 and you can get complete details at This Link over on the PR RC website.
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PR SB401 Gallery