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Protoform P47-N Nitro Touring Car Body

Protoform P47-N Nitro Touring Car BodyPresenting the latest in aero performance and styling for 1/10 nitro from Protoform, the P47-N nitro touring car body! The Protoform P47 is the next evolution of the IFMAR World Title-winning P37. Featuring all-new aero concepts and some design cues never before seen in the class, the P47 was exhaustively tested by our team to find a body that offers more precise and smooth steering, increased corner speed and forward bite, and additional top speed on long straights. A raised section of the left side window can be cut out to scoop air into the body for additional engine cooling, and a large high-downforce/low-drag wing complete the design. This nitro touring car body meets all EFRA, IFMAR and ROAR body rule requirements and is available in two weights of high-quality polycarbonate. Read more…

 
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Protoform RT-C Oval Pan Car Body

Protoform RT-C Oval Pan Car BodyThe Nascar Xfinity Series continues to provide full size stock car fans with close exciting racing in 2017. Protoform is proud to present an oval body inspired by the newest generation of these cars. The Protoform RT-C has a bit of a twist though, as it is configured to fit perfectly over the taller rubber and capped tires. Rubber tires on carpet oval cars have put driving skill and a new element of fun into the oval scene. The longer lasting rubber tire format saves time and money as well, eliminating the tire truing process. The Protoform RT-C offers a large rear spoiler to aid in tuning for that perfect front to rear balance, while the left side of the body is bumped out for extra battery clearance. The RT-C is produced in high-quality .025 polycarbonate and includes spoiler mounting hardware, protective film, window masks and a decal sheet. This body will also fit most popular 200mm sedan chassis. Read more…

 
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Mugen MTC-1 Touring Car

Mugen MTC-1 Touring CarMugen Seiki is proud to announce the highly anticipated MTC-1 RC touring car kit! After intensive development and on-track testing for more than a year the Mugen MTC1 is ready to be released to the masses this July. Features include a dual belt drivetrain with low friction pulleys, big bore shock absorbers, a zero tweak flex system, double joint front driveshafts, hard coated aluminum rear driveshafts, ball bearing supported sway bars, intelligent caster adjustment system, laser etched diff housings, and a one piece motor mount. See the official promo shots of the Mugen MTC1 touring car after the jump. Read more…

 
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Serpent Project 4x Vertical Top Deck Kit

Serpent Project 4x Vertical Top Deck KitSerpent announces the new Vertical Top Deck Kit for the Project 4x RC touring car. It consists of two equally shaped vertically oriented 2.5mm carbon fiber plates. The plates are connected to the front and rear suspension with a machined aluminum adapter plate. Unlike flat top decks, the vertical oriented double top deck still allows a lot of linear torsional flex, but basically eliminates any longitudinal tweaking and reduces torsional tweak drastically. It can be run in addition to the kit aluminum center stiffener. The H-shaped stiffener plate can be removed when the topdeck is used to create more flex in the front and rear section of the car. Read more…

 
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Tamiya Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler 1976 Japan GP Special Edition F1

Tamiya Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler 1976 Japan GP Special EditionTamiya unveils the Tyrell P34 Six Wheel 1976 Japan GP Special Edition RC F1 car! The Tyrrell P34 caused a sensation within the F1 world when it was unveiled in 1975. The car was designed to enhance braking and cornering performance by reducing the size of the drag inducing front tires while preserving contact patch area through the use of four tires, thereby creating the only 6 wheeled machine in F1 history. This iconic F1 car was first released by Tamiya in radio controlled form in 1977. It’s such an iconic machine for Tamiya that the real thing sits at Tamiya’s lobby in Shizuoka Japan! This special release comes with many optional optional parts for the modified F103 chassis in which the polycarbonate body sits on. The upgrades include the TRF special damper, low friction damper pads, carbon reinforced F upgrights, a torque tuned motor, a high torque servo saver and sponge tires. Read more…

 
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VBC WildFire D09 Dynamics Edition Touring Car

VBC WildFire D09 Touring CarVBC Racing is excited to announce the update to the WildFire RC touring car platform! The new VBC WildFire D09 Dynamics Edition is a full option version with both the aluminum and graphite chassis plates, as well as two upper decks and tons of optional parts used by VBC team drivers. Features include a new upper deck, new rear shock tower, new lightweight LCG damper retainer, LCG weight set, anti-tweak battery mount, high carbon suspension components, and much more. Check out the full list of the updates and features below. Read more…

 
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Tamiya Subaru WRX STI Nurburgring TT-02

Tamiya Subaru WRX STI Nurburgring TT-02New from Tamiya comes the Subaru WRX STI Nurburgring! Based on the TT-02 RC touring car chassis, this model recreates the WRX STI which took an impressive victory in the SP3T class of the Nurbrugring 24 Hours race event in May 2016. The car was powered by the same engine as in its production model, the EJ20 2-liter horizontally-opposed turbo engine. Tamiya has faithfully reproduced this sleek racing machine in 1/10 scale. Read more…

 
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VBC FF17 Belt Drive FWD Touring Car

VBC FF17 Belt Drive FWD Touring CarVBC Racing introduces the new FF17 Belt Drive FWD RC touring car kit! Based on the FF17 that was announced back in January, this new belt drive version comes packed with multiple new high performance option parts for serious competition racers. The upgrades include the new belt drive system that provides a more linear response and improved handling, new true big bore TBBS shocks, new LCG front and rear shock towers, a new Yaiba Racing double universal joint axle set, and a 23.5 gram low CG brass weight. Check out the pictures of the VBC FF17 Belt Drive below. Read more…

 
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Futaba 7PX RC Radio System

Futaba 7PX Radio SystemCheck out the amazing new RC radio system Futaba just announced! The new Futaba 7PX is leading the way to a new revolution in surface control. When it comes to features, you won’t find another radio that compares. The innovations start with the T-FHSS SR Super Response protocol, and continue with full telemetry capability, a backlit 4.3″ LCD touch screen and a new R334SBS diversity receiver. Other features include a 40 model memory, 5 programmable mixes, S.Bus servo programming editor, 4WS/brake/gyro/steering mixing functions, and much more. Check out the rest of the Futaba 7PX features below. Read more…

 
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Kyosho Inferno GT3 Nitro Kit

Kyosho Inferno GT3 Nitro KitComing this July, Kyosho announces the new Inferno GT3 Nitro Kit! With realistic roll and movement as well as being easier to drive than 1/10 touring cars or 1/8 racing cars, the 1/8 GT category has developed a popular following around the world. The Kyosho Inferno GT3 chassis kit is the ideal model to compete in the 1/8 GT racing category. Based on Kyosho’s flagship model, the Inferno MP9 TKI4 buggy, the GT3 represents a full model change from the previous Inferno GT2 version. Read more…

 
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