What is possibly the best tire you can put on your short course truck for bashing? Pro-Line Trencher X SC’s of course, and now they are available pre-mounted on black Renegade wheels.
The Trencher X’s and Renegade combo make not only a very scale looking combination, but also a great performer out in the dirt. With them now being pre-mounted they save you the time and frustration of the entire gluing process.
Pro-Line has Trencher X pre-mounts available to fit vehicles like the Traxxas Slash and Slash 4×4, the HPI Blitz, Associated SC10 4×4, Pro-Line ProTrac Slash, and Losi Ten SCTE. Part numbers are #1190-13 and #1190-18, and you can hit THIS link for more information. Street price is $35 per pair.
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Pro-Line have just announced some very cool wheels to fit your 17mm hex monster truck like the Traxxas Revo or Summit. An 11 spoke design was utilized, as well as detailed bolt heads and a swept back face to give them a true full scale look.
Intended for heavy duty bashing, Pro-Line made the new F-11′s extra strong with large webbing in the back. The extra webbing should help keep them in one piece even after those second story landings to pavement. The half inch offset makes your truck wider for a tougher looking stance and added stability in the corners.
The new F-11′s come in pairs, the part number is #2742-03, and they have a street price of $15. THIS is a direct link to them on Pro-Line’s website.
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Pro-Line Racing has officially jumped into the pre-painted body business. Now you can walk right into a hobby shop and walk out with not only a trick Pro-Line short course truck body, but one that has been professionally painted, partially trimmed, and one that is nearly ready to mount up to your machine. No more buying rattle cans, nor more spending hours painting, you can now get an uber Pro-Line body that is ready to rock.
Also of note on the new pre-painted Pro-Line bodies- they are NOT el’cheapo silk screened bodies from China with black windows. The Pro-Line’s are high quality, hand painted bodies.
Pro-Line announced two different versions- a “MotoX” themed Flo-Tek, and a Ford Raptor SVT. Look for a price of right around $85 on both of these, and note they are only available from the Pro-Line website at the moment.
The new pre-painted SCT bodies from Pro-Line can models like the Traxxas Slash and Slash 4×4, the Associated SC10 and SC10 4×4, the Losi XXX-SCT and SCTE, the HPI Blitz and the Kyosho Ultima SC.
Want more of the scoop on these hot new bodies? THIS is the link you want for the Flo-Tek, and THIS is the link you want for the Ford Raptor SVT.
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Have you ever noticed the wheel nuts for your 8th scale buggy tend to “go missing” a lot at the track? They either go flying off your wheel at 30,000 rpm down the main straight (never to be found again) or one of your racing buddies like to “permanently borrow” them.
Pro-Line has some good news for you, they have just announced some very trick new Pro-Cap 17mm Wheel Nuts. The new Pro-Caps come with serrations to dig into the wheel and prevent them from coming loose. To make the look as good as they perform Pro-Line anodized the Pro-Caps blue and laser etched their logo on top.
Part number for the Pro-Caps is #6090-00 and they have a street price of $20 for a set of four. Click on over to the Pro-Line Website for more information.
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It’s awesome to see Pro-Line coming out with some new original bodies! Their latest is the Desert Militia for the Traxxas 1/16 E-Revo. Similar to their Rat Rod body, the Desert Militia body is going to have people dusting off their 1/16th scales and show them off with a whole new look! I can’t wait to see the hardcore scale guys throwing real light bars on the roof!
Pro-Line caused a serious stir among the rc community earlier in the week when they teased a picture of their upcoming Rat Rod body for the Traxxas 1/16 E-Revo. It was cool to see Pro-Line take a small step from their normal stuff and put out such a cool scale looking body. Painting the tires to look like white walls is a great, quick and easy step to really bringing the whole look together. We are looking forward to getting our hands on this body, and also have our fingers crossed that Pro-Line produces a similar body in other scales!
Pro-Line Rat Rod Gallery
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Pro-Line Racing has long had the reputation of being an industry leader and of putting out only the trickest new gear. Pro-Line’s latest teaser picture has jaws dropping all around the BigSquidRC offices. The car pictured has a very trick looking scale body, big white wall tires, and an aggressive street stance, perfect for making a statement at the local bash spot. More information is coming soon, but until then hit up Pro-Line’s official Website to view all their other fine products.
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Pro-Line Racing keeps introducing more upgrade parts for the immensely popular Traxxas Slash platform. Today we’ll be taking a look at some of their newest performance parts to determine if they live up to Pro-Line’s legendary reputation and if they are worth your time and money. Come on, lets take a closer look…
One of the latest releases from the Pro-Line crew is their Bow-Tie 2.0 8th scale buggy tires in X2 and X3 compounds. Pro-Line’s X compounds are made for long tire life, add that to the legendary traction of a Bow-Tie and you’ve got a winning combination.
These are available right now, the part number for the X2 (medium) is #9045-002, and the X3 (soft) is #9045-003. Expect a street price of right around $22 per pair. Hit up the Pro-Line Website for more information.
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Pro-Line has announced that their Big Blox 8th scale buggy tires are now available all glued up and pre-mounted for your driving pleasure. The mounted Big Blox save you time and hassle by coming ready to bolt right up to your buggy, giving you more driving time. The pre-mounts are available in their popular M3 (soft) or M4 (super soft) compounds, and come mounted on white Velocity wheels. Part numbers are #9048-32 for M3, #9048-33 for M4, and both have a street price of right at $35 per pair.
Big Blox are also now available in Pro-Line’s new long wearing X2 (Medium) and X3 (Soft) compounds. Big Blox are already known for their long wear characteristics, I would think that in X Compound you should be able to complete an hour long main and still have plenty of tread left. Part number for the X2 Big Blox’s is #9048-002, the X3′s are #9048-003, and both have a street price of around $22 per pair. Hit up the official Pro-Line Website for even more information.
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Pro-Line has announced two new pieces of apparel for 2013, their new black hoodie sweatshirt, and a new gray flexfit hat. Whether you be at the track, or cruising the mall, rc apparel like these from Pro-line can show the world you are a hardcore rc’er.
The black Pro-line hoodie pictured above zips up the front and is available in sizes small to XXL. Street prices range from $45 to $54.
The 2013 Pro-Line gray flat-bill FlexFit hat comes in one size, L-XL, and sports a street price of $31. Hit up the official PL Website for more information on these and all their other products.
It’s TGIF again, the weekend is nearly here, care for a Mystery Link?
Pro-Line is always striving forward looking to give you an advantage out on the track. Their latest 8th scale buggy tires are further proof of this and they are called Diamond Backs. Just like the name implies, the Diamond Backs emulate the scales on a snakes back, the lugs in the center of the tire are closer together, while the lugs near the sidewalls are further apart. Placing the lugs in this manner helps to provide longer tread life while having lots of traction. As far as tire compounds go, the Diamond Back are currently being produced in Pro-Line’s exclusive long lasting X2 (medium- #9049-002) and X3 (soft- #9049-003) compounds.
Expect a street price of $22 per pair, and you can get more information on these and all of Pro-Line’s superior products on their Official Website.
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One of Pro-Line’s most popular indoor clay tires, the Ion, has proven itself time after time on 8th scale buggy’s and SCT’s. Recently the good guys over at Pro-line announced they are now making the Ion for 10th scale 4wd buggy’s. They are now making them for both the rear #8222-17 and for the front #8223-17, and they come in Pro-Line’s MC (Clay) tire compound.
Expect a street price of around $15 per pair, and you can get more information by visiting Pro-Line’s official Website. Hit up THIS link for even more Pro-Line news right here on BigSquidRC.