So you’ve got your trail rig tough as nails but you need the final touch, some scale accessories. Lucky for you the crew over at TheToyz has just announced three new 1/10 scale accessory sets. All three sets sport the realistic look you are after and are hand painted.
The #TOYZ 335 set includes a pair of red fuel cans with mounts. These are street priced at $9. The #TOYZ 337 is street priced at $19 and comes with a scale winch, a hi lift jack, pry bar, shovel, axe and a gas can with mount. The #TOYZ 336 is a realistic fire extinguisher with mount and is priced at $9. Hit up This Link to head over to TheToyz’s official website for more details.
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While 4×4 is great out on the trail, 6×6 is even better for getting through those tough sections. One of the latest 6x6s to hit the market is from Cross-RC. Their new KC6 sports a military look and plenty of scale realism. Some of its features include-
* Kit with unpainted one piece ABS body
* Assembled gearbox, axles, and front dampers
* Leaf springs front and rear
* Metal gearbox guard & tow hooks
* Includes LED light set
* Requires radio system, servo, ESC, motor, and battery
* Size: 730 x 220 x 250mm
The KC6 has a street price of $650 and they are available right now. For more information on everything from Cross-RC HERE is the link to their website.
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It was time to break open the new Axial SCX10 Deadbolt RTR! People were such big fans of the Deadbolt body on the AX10, Axial decided to bring the scale look to the SCX10 as well! The green is REALLY green. When we first saw the parts tree, we thought.. ‘Hey! This was supposed to be a RTR!’ But it’s loaded with cool options like the different heads, etc.
Axial SCX10 Deadbolt RTR Gallery
You can see a cool shot of the ESC with jumpers for changing the amount of drag brake, as well as a lipo cutoff. It’s nice to have these options in the field made simple just by changing a jumper.
Axial SCX10 Deadbolt RTR Gallery
The part number for this SCX10 Deadbolt RTR is #AX90044, it has a street price of $299, should be available shortly after we posted this. More information is available on the Axial Website.
RC4WD has announced their latest truck, a Trail Finder 2 RTR with Mojave Body Set. Being a ready to run, the Mojave TF2 makes it fast and easy to hit the trail, and like most other RC4WD products, its scale detailing is top notch. A 2.4GHz radio system eliminates radio conflicts, while its 45 turn brushed power system should put out plenty of smooth power to get over tough obstacles. To get that power to the ground, the Mojave uses an RC4WD R3 transmission and one of their Hammer transfer cases.
* Painted body with dropped bed
* R3 transmission
* Scale realistic tube bumpers, rock rails & skid plate
* Mud Thrasher tires on 1.55 steel beadlock wheels
* Leaf spring suspension
* Aluminum ladder frame chassis
* Metal axles with locked diffs
* Hammer 4×4 transfer case
* XR3b 2.4GHz radio system
* Outcry ESC w/ 45 turn brushed motor
* Twister digital metal gear servos
The part number is Z-RTR0019, street price is $459, and they are set for a Mid May release date. This is the link you want for more information over on RC4WD’s website.
The crew over at Tamiya have a new vehicle for the crawling crowd called the Rock Socker. The Rock Socker is a kit that uses a modified Stadium Blitzer body mounted on a Tamiya CR-01 chassis. With 4wd, 4-link suspension, and solid axles, it should be able to crawl over some gnarly terrain.
The Rock Socker has a part number of #58592, a retail price of $530, and you can Click Here to check out its page over on the Tamiya website.
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The folks over at Axial are on top of the crawling world now days. They got there by putting out capable, and great looking, trucks. Their latest truck is a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited C/R Edition. This SCX10 based truck is loaded with trick scale goodies like BFG tires, Rigid Industries light bars, Casey Currie’s CRC wheels, and multiple Poison Spyder licensed parts. The C/R edition looks trick right out of the box, and should be a solid performer out on the trail.
The part number for the C/R edition is #AX90035, it has a street price of $419, and they should start hitting hobby shops in late April. To get complete information simply hit up This Link.
After 8 years of limited release, Rogue Element Components is gearing up for a final production run of Scale Alloy Lug Nuts. These ultra scale detailed lug nuts are what put REC on the map, if you want to get your hands on some, now is the time to get your order in.
There are 2 different styles to choose from, 8-bolt and Warn Lockers, and they are priced at $29 a set. The lug nuts are 3/8″ in diameter and use a Nylock nut that is threaded for M4x.7 Tamiya & Axial axles. A special wrench is included to make it easy to get them on and off.
More and more people are getting into the 6×6 scene. A 6×6 makes it easier to climb tough obstacles, plus, they just look gnarly. Integy has announced a Limited Edition Trail Roller 6×6 ARTR. The Trail Roller has six wheel drive, all wheel steer, and roughly 95% of the parts are made from aluminum or steel. The 6×6 Trail Roller comes pre-built, making it quicker to get out on the trail. Some of its other features include-
* 415mm wheelbase
* Metal gear transmission
* Slipper clutch
* Heavy duty alloy driveshafts
* Alloy front & rear axles
* Equipped with winch on front bumper
The part number for the big Integy is #C25311BLACKSILVERT2, it has a street price of $679, and they are available right now. Hit up This Link to get more information over on the Integy website.
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New from RC4WD are officially licensed 2.2″ Mickey Thompson Baja Claw TTC tires for that scaler or crawler of yours. Not only do they look like the real deal, but they are made from super soft rubber to give loads of traction.
* Inner Ribbing for greater sidewall support
* Weight- 5.04oz each
* Inner diameter- 2.2″
* Outer diameter- 5.84″
* X2 SS Compound, super soft & sticky
The part number is #Z-T0112, the street price is $29 a pair, and they are available right now. For more information simply click This Link.
RC4WD is known for their high quality scale products. Their latest offering is the Gelande II Kit w/Defender Body. The Gelande II is a nicely scaled 4wd off-road kit that should really turn some heads on your next scale adventure.
The RC4WD G2 comes with their new R3 single speed tranny mated to new Yota II axles. The servo is mounted out of view for a better scale appearance. A 4 link rear and 3 link front with panhard bar come standard for the suspension.
It has just been announced that the Recon G6 tour will make its way through St Louis Missouri on July 20-21. Drivers from several states will converge on Bloomsdale Missouri (about an hour South of St Louis) to take part in the various classes and stages of what makes up a Recon G6 event.
For those of you that may not have heard of one before, a Recon G6 event is about drivers testing their skills while driving very scale realistic Axial crawling machines over various terrain. Rocks, logs, mud, and water typically make up a Recon G6 course. Recon G6 events are also famous for their HOG rule, a concept to keep things as scale realistic as possible.
Getting more information on the St Louis round of the Recon G6 touring is easy, click HERE for their official Facebook page, or HERE for the Show-Me Scalers website.
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It’s rare to have a product that is not only extremely scale looking but also enhances performance. The new Interco TSL SX Super Swamper XL 1.9 Tires from Pro-Line look to have hit that nail on the head.
Officially licensed and built from the original design data from Interco, these new tires from Pro-Line just might be the most accurate reproduction of a full size tire ever made.
Pro-Line knows that looks mean nothing if there isn’t class leading performance to back it up. Pro-Line made the new Interco’s XL in size, nearly a half inch taller than the originals and almost a quarter inch wider. Using bigger tires in the scaler/crawling game can make the difference between rolling through a section or being stuck there forever. Throw in Pro-Line’s sticky G8 compound and memory foam and these tires should perform just as good as they look.
The part number for the Pro-Line Interco TSL Super Swamper XL’s is #1197-14 and you can expect a street price of $26 per pair.
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