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RC4WD Mickey Thompson Tires for HPI Baja and Losi 5IVE-T

New Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ Tires For The Losi 5I…

RC4WD has just announced a new size of their popular Licensed Baja MTZ tires. These are officially licensed by Mickey Thompson and give a totally trick scale look to your Losi 5IVE-T or HPI Baja 5T/SC. Some of the features include- * OD: 6.88″(175mm) * Width: 3.11″(79mm) * X4 Rubber Compound for good traction and long tread life * Fits HI Baja 5T [...]

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HPI SFL-11MGWP waterproof servo

New Waterproof Baja Servo From HPI

No doubt HPI has sold zillions of vehicles from their 5th scale Baja line-up of buggies and trucks. And no doubt they’ve been great fun to drive as well as solid bashers. However, some bashers like to drive their HPI Baja’s in the wet as well as the dry. Unfortunately the stock servo’s were not sealed to keep water out. [...]

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RCX 2012 – Kraken RC basher chassis for Baja…

Kraken RC is showing off their recently announced X2 chassis for the HPI Baja 5 line of vehicles. If it looks like a molded chassis, that’s because it is. In fact, it’s the first ever molded chassis for HPI’s 1/5 scale vehicles. It’s made from a specially formulated polymer created by DuPont, and Kraken claims it has great hardness, rigidity, [...]

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aluminum baja 5t body

Aluminum Baja 5T Body from Alumicraft RC

This had me drooling from the moment I saw it! It’s a new Aluminum Baja 5T body from Alumicraft RC. They sent word about some details and pricing. The body, roof, and engine cover weigh a total of 2.8 pounds, and is made from 0.63 and 0.80 Aluminum. Over all size has it at 32 1/4 inches long x 14.5 [...]

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Integy Snow / Sand conversion

Don’t let the snow slow you down!!!!

Hello everyone – Even though Old Man Winter has given most of the lower 48 a break this year. For us here in Chicagoland, there is a couple of inches of snow on the ground which is perfect for the snowmobile conversion from Integy. Rear treads and front ski’s are available. For those of you in a [...]

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BZM Micro 23cc Reed Motor for Baja 5 (1)

BZM Micro’s engine isn’t all that micro…

BZM Micro was showing off their new 23cc engine for the Baja 5 line at RCX.  This beast is an all new design, not just a bulked up Fuelie or Zenoah.  While this guy may be smaller than a lot of other after-market engines, it’s numbers are anything but.  According to BZM’s dyno testing, when this engine is paired to [...]

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Team Chase shock towers for Baja

Team Chase’s new rear shock towers for Baja line

If you’ve ever snapped a shock tower on your Baja 5B/T/SC then you might want to take a look at these new, super beefy towers from Team Chase.  In the picture to the right you can see a stock shock tower at the top and Team Chase’s redesigned and much stronger tower below.  Beyond the redesign, Team Chase is molding [...]

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Kershaw Designs - E-Revo 5T conversion (1)

Kershaw Designs E-Revo 5T conversion (!!??)

Those fellas at Kershaw Designs are a bit sick in the head.  In a totally good way of course.  You’d have to be a little messed up to come up with the idea to take a Traxxas E-Revo and stretch it out to the same wheel base as a HPI Baja 5T.  That’s exactly what this new chassis conversion kit [...]

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TGN Baja Addicts Red Cross 5B raffle

TGN, Baja Addicts, & Red Cross teaming up to …

Click to embiggen. Next month, at the RC Expo, there will be a raffle to raise some money for the American Red Cross Services for Armed Forces.  The grand prize?  A completely custom HPI Baja 5T worth $10,000.  HPI, TGN, the upstanding gents of the Baja Addicts forum, and innumerable other companies have donated all kinds of parts to build what [...]

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HPI Racing TR-10 wheels for Baja 5T and 5SC

HPI Racing adding more wheel options to Baja 5T an…

HPI Racing has some new gear for the recently released Baja 5SC and the Baja 5T.  The new TR-10 wheels are true bead locks that will hold your tires securely without glue.  The wheels are available in four finishes: white, black, gunmetal gray, and chrome.  The fronts measure in at 120x60mm and have a 4mm offset while the rears are [...]

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Kershaw Designs expands line of Mod 1.5 pinions

Kershaw Designs loves them some brushless converted 5Bs and 5Ts and to prove it they’ve expanded their line of Mod 1.5 pinions that mesh with the stock spur gears on the Baja Fives.  The full line now includes 12 – 20 tooth 8mm bore steel pinions and 14 – 20 tooth 10mm bore hardened steel pinions.  Prices are $14 for [...]

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Kershaw Designs shows off a bunch of new stuff

Dan Fischer from Kershaw Designs dropped by the RC Driver Live show today to show off a bunch of new products and custom rigs. The biggest news from the show is Kershaw’s new Baja 5B/5T dedicated brushless chassis. The new chassis is going to be distributed through TGN Distributing. According to Dan it’s going to be a [...]

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RPM rear skid plate for Baja 5B/5T

RPM has taken a keen interest in your rear end it seems.  That is, if you drive a Baja 5B or 5T.  The latest new product fresh out of their molds is a rear skid plate for said Baja 5Ts and 5bs.  This new bolt-on skid plate is intended to provide additional protection for all those aftermarket exhaust pipes that [...]

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RPM rear bumper for Baja 5B & 5T

We all like tough stuff and RPM has been one of the great purveyors of such stuff for a long time.  Now they have even more tough stuff for the Baja 5B and 5T drivers in the crowd.  The new rear bumper is a direct drop-in replacement made out of the fancy RPM material that everybody knows and [...]

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Team Chase Baja 5T Cage

Ever needed a foot stool to stand on but the only thing you had lying around was a Baja 5T?   Well if you had the new Baja 5T Roll Cage from Team Chase your problem would be solved.  Apparently this lightweight, durable plastic roll cage is tough enough for a full grown man to stand on (there’s pictures). [...]

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