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Scorched Parts RC Titanium Female Links ARRMA 8S

Scorched Parts RC Titanium Female Links for ARRMA 8S

New from Scorched Parts RC are some very trick Titanium Female Links. These were designed to fit the ARRMA 8S line-up that includes the 1/5 Kraton, as well as the 1/5 Outcast. Here are the highlights- * Much lighter than the stock parts * Designed for extreme durability * Fits the stock M6 tie-rod ends * Weigh in at only 4 grams * Includes steering [...]


CEN Racing RC Panhard Bar Steering Tie Rod Set

CEN Racing Panhard Bar & Steering Tie Rod Set

Shipping now from CEN Racing is a new Panhard Bar & Steering Tie Rod Set. The new set was designed to fit the mighty CEN Ford F-450 and is a great way of further bulletproofing your truck. Here are more highlights- * Made from CNC machined aluminum * Tough anodized finish * Choice of red or black * Fits CEN Racing DL series trucks [...]


Pro-Line Axial Yeti

Pro-Line Upgrades the Axial Yeti

The Axial Yeti is arguably the most eagerly awaited release since the Traxxas Slash. Now that they are hitting consumer hands, the folks at Pro-Line have done a short article on some simple hop-ups to make the Yeti an even better off-road machine. In their article the Pro-line crew shows you how to mount upgrade front shocks, new tie-rods, and [...]


AsiaTees GPM Losi Micro SCT Upgrades Hop-ups

Asiatees GPM Aluminum Upgrades for Losi Micro SCT

The crew over at AsiaTees Hobbies are all about aluminum upgrade parts, from large to small, they have a large variety of vehicles covered. A couple of weeks ago we tried out some of their Thunder Tiger MT4 G3 parts, this week we’ll be taking a closer look at the smallest of the small, a GPM Aluminum Upgrade Combo for [...]


Vaterra Halix Hop-up turnbucles tie rods

Vaterra Halix Hop-Up Series Part #5 – Upgrading the Turnbu…

This week in our Vaterra Halix upgrade series we’ll be showing you how to install new turnbuckles. There are a couple of good reasons to do this, the first being that the stock units can break during hard bashing, the second is that the stock units are not adjustable. Being able to adjust tire camber and front toe-in comes in [...]