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JConcepts 1988 Chevy Silverado Extended Cab MT Body

JConcepts 1988 Chevy Silverado Extended Cab MT BodyAfter releasing the standard cab 1988 Chevy Silverado RC monster truck body last month, JConcepts is back with the extended cab version! The ’88 styling is very clean, updated, refined and didn’t display the boxy looks from the early 80’s. The fleetside, extended cab design is spot-on featuring slight curvature to the main shape, new headlights, grille treatment and form-fitting wheel wells. The slight flare to the tire openings give just a little wrinkle to the bed-sides and front fenders to accommodate different sized tires for maximum versatility. The JConcepts 1988 Chevy Silverado Extended Cab Monster Truck Body includes a decal sheet that makes detailing out the headlights, taillights and grille a breeze while window mask allows the user to quickly get the body into paint. The extended cab body has an 13″ wheelbase and fits retro and race monster trucks as a drop-on giving the all important clearance and functionality. Read more…

 
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Team Associated B64 Club Racer

Team Associated B64 Club RacerIt all started with a 1-2-3 sweep at the IFMAR World Championships in 2007. Since then, Team Associated 1/10 scale 4WD RC buggies have held a dominant place at the front of the field. Fast forward to 2017 and their all new B64 arrives, winning the prestigious Reedy International Off Road Championship right out of the gate! Now Team Associated announces the new B64 Club Racer, designed for entry level RC enthusiasts who would like to get into the racing scene without breaking the bank. Just like the B6 Club Racer, which was also announced today, the B64 Club Racer comes equipped with big bore shocks and a set of Reedy electronics. Read the full details below. Read more…

 
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Team Associated B6 Club Racer

Team Associated B6 Club RacerAre you ready to get into off-road RC racing but don’t want to spend the big bucks needed to outfit a new buggy? Team Associated just announced a solution for you. Meet the Team Associated B6 Club Racing! Designed with the entry level RC racer in mind while being fully upgradeable to the pro-level B6 Team Kit, the B6 Club Racer comes out of the box with a set of big bore shocks, 3 gear transmission, ball differential, ball bearings and a host of electronics to get you started. Those include a Reedy 17.5 brushless motor mated to a Reedy Blackbox 600Z ESC, as well as a Reedy 0712MG high torque steering servo. Check out the photos of the new B6 Club Racer and the rest of the details after the jump! Read more…

 
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Reedy Sonic 540-FT Fixed Timing Brushless Motors

Reedy Sonic 540-FT Fixed Timing Brushless MotorsEliminate the motor-of-the-week madness with Reedy’s new Sonic 540-FT Competition Brushless Motors! Designed for performance and value, the Sonic 540-FT Fixed-Timing is the perfect motor for racers, clubs, and racing series that want to equalize performance among participants at an economical price. The new motors are first being offered in the race proven and ROAR legal 13.5 and 17.5 versions, with more to come in the near future! Read more…

 
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Reedy Blackbox 600Z ESC

Reedy Blackbox 600Z ESCReedy’s all-new Blackbox 600Z Zero-Timing Sensored Brushless Competition ESC is the perfect entry-level spec class ESC thanks to its economical price, versatility, and race-proven performance. Excellent throttle and brake feel, a wide range of adjustability, and robust hardware make the Blackbox 600Z suitable for a variety of spec racing applications, including entry level and cost-controlled spec race programs that mandate a specific ESC. 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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X Factory TLR 8IGHT 4.0 Carbon Fiber Shock Towers

X Factory TLR 8IGHT 4.0 Carbon Fiber Shock TowersNew from X Factory comes this beautiful Infinity Carbon Fiber Shock Towers for the TLR 8IGHT 4.0! The X Factory shock towers match the latest TLR tower geometry precisely, and will fit any TLR 8ight buggy, nitro or electric. Made from US sourced 5mm carbon fiber in X Factory’s own facility, shock towers for both front and rear are available now on the X Factory store and very soon at fine hobby stores everywhere. Read more…

 
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X Factory Xray XB2 Dirt Spec Carbon Fiber Rear Shock Tower

X Factory Xray XB2 Carbon Fiber Rear Shock TowerWhen X Factory released their Infinity parts for the Xray XB2 something was missing: the dirt spec tower. Well, here it is! The Infinity dirt spec tower matches the X Ray geometry perfectly and bolts right up, but X Factory’s tower is stronger, stiffer 4mm carbon fiber, stronger than the kit tower, and that’s important in outdoor racing with its larger jumps and higher speeds. Made from U.S. carbon fiber in X Factory’s new Michigan shop, the thicker tower is different from standard in one respect. The kit tower bolts in with bolts that thread into the CF. Use the same bolts with the Infinity tower, but secure it with those bolts and lock nuts provided with the tower. Read more…

 
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Rogue Element Gelande II 1/18 Alloy Wheels

Rogue Element Gelande II 1/18 Alloy WheelsThe RC4WD Gelande 2 1/18 scale RC crawler gets a new set of Aluminum Alloy Wheels from the folks over at Rogue Element Components. Available in your choice of 3 styles including 10 hole, 8 slot and solid, these one piece wheels are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum with 0-80 hardware in black. They are a direct bolt on for the stock 7mm hex and can be polished or painted to your liking. Like all of Rogue Element’s products, these will only be offered one time so be sure to get your order in by the cutoff date. Check out the details below. Read more…

 
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Custom Traxxas Slash For Sale

Custom Traxxas Slash For SaleCheck out this awesome custom Traxxas Slash that just came up for sale! It was built using a Traxxas low center of gravity (LCG) chassis, a durable set of RPM suspension arms, and a set of STRC aluminum shock caps. For electronics a Castle Creations ESC and 3800KV brushless motor were added along with a Spektrum DX4C radio system. This custom Slash rides on Pro-Line Street Fighter tires on five star mag wheels. It also includes a set of Pro-Line Blockade tires and Switch tires, both pre-mounted on rims. What really sets it off from the crowd is the custom painted Pro-Line Ford Raptor SVT body that was professionally airbrushed with an old school paint job. Check out the photos and details below! Read more…

 
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