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X Factory T5M Chassis Kit

X Factory Infinity Associated T5M Chassis Kit

Uber-out that new Team Associated T5M truck of yours with an Infinity Chassis Kit from X Factory. The Infinity chassis is made from very trick looking carbon fiber and shaves about 75 grams off the weight of your truck. The Infinity chassis also has more flex than the stock unit which helps to improve jumping, corner, and performance on bumpy [...]


X Factory SCX-61

X Factory SCX-61 Short Course Truck Conversion Kit

At the Cactus Classic, the X Factory crew was showing off their new 2wd SCX-61 short course truck. They put two trucks in the A-main proving how fast it is and now they have released information on some of the truck’s features. The SCX-61 features a 3mm thick carbon fiber chassis, along with other changes, to help give the truck improved [...]


X Factory Discovery Channel

RC on TV – X Factory on Discovery Channel Tonight

Here is a reminder that our hobby will get some nice mainstream exposure tonight on the Discovery Channel. On a show called Showdown Of The Unbeatables, the X Factory RC crew will not only be showcasing one of their products, but also helping to show the world how much fun hobby grade rc products are in general. Also, it sounds [...]


X Factory X-60CF Stadium Truck Conversion Kit

Want to transform your Associated T4 into one of the fastest (and trickest) trucks at your track or bash spot? The crew over at X Factory have announced their new X-60CF carbon fiber conversion kit. This new kit takes your T4 from run of the mill to factory level in performance, and looks the part as well. The mid-motored X-60CF [...]


X Factory SCX-60 mid motor short course truck

X Factory, which is known for their mid-motor chassis conversions for Associated’s RC10B and 10T, has just posted a new gallery of photos of their prototype short course conversion chassis. The SCX-60 conversion is only available through special order from X Factory as each chassis is hand made by putting two chassis together and bracing them with carbon fiber [...]