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Arrowmax 4400mAh 7.4V Shorty low-profile LiPo battery pack

Arrowmax have introduced a 4400mAh 7.4V 2S low-profile LiPo battery pack. Built using high-performance 55C/110C cells the battery features a lower centre of gravity compared to standard packs and also the smaller footprint gives you more freedom on battery placement and provide more set-up option. The battery makes use of 4mm bullet type connectors and it is specially design for 1/10 buggy or Formula classes.

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XRAY Team sweater

Coming from XRAY is the Team sweater. XRAY now brings you a collection of XRAY Team wear to stand out amongst the crowd, identify your team affiliation, and proudly show your fine distinction with the RC world’s most premium quality fashion wear.


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Nosram N22 540 brushless motors

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Nosram have introduced new range of 540 modified brushless motor with the N22. Due to an ultra-lightweight and precision machined 7075-T6 aluminium housing with maximized cutouts and additional openings on the flat parts, the N22 features increased cooling surface and improved airflow, resulting in lower running temperatures even at maximum loads. In terms of color, the N22 comes with “stealth black” anodizing and a unique N22 engraving – a perfect match for any car chassis.

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Arrowmax 4mm & 5mm low-profile plugs

Arrowmax are introduced their own version of 4mm and 5mm low-resistance battery plugs. The plugs utilise a super low-profile design and come with a grooved top to aid soldering, 24K gold plated with a 6-point design for exceptional conductivity.

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Hobbico stop Team Durango activities

Source: Track13News

Hobbico announced that they had put an end to the slow agony of Team Durango started two years ago. We had learned the difficulties of the brand when Hobbico, to try to save TD, had ended the sponsorship of its iconic drivers lsuch as Jorn Neumann and Ryan Lutz and considerably slowed down the development of their vehicles. Team Durango will then be less and less present in competition and generally on the international scene, less mediaized than before and despite its notoriety Team Durango will not have succeeded to regain its place on the market. Despite this sad news, Hobbico announced that ARRMA will continue its activities.

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oOple Invernational 2017 report

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This past weekend was the annual event of the oOple Invernational at the brilliant Robin Hood Raceway venue. A fantastic entry of 191 competitors across the various classes was superb to see. The format for the event was 4 rounds of qualifying by round by round, with the best 2 to count. Then followed by 3 leg finals for everyone. On Saturday morning we had the drivers briefing by Damian Whittle, James Helliwell and Schumachers Mark Musgrove. After this followed the raffle that the oOple team do with loads of prizes being given away, a huge thank you to all of the sponsors for this.

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Dylan McBurney sweeps Irish Nats Rd3

Round 3 of the Irish Championships took place last weekend at the Dublin Model Car Club in Naul, Ireland. In 2wd Defending Champion Dylan McBurney took the TQ and won all 3 legs of the A Final. Dylan’s Dad and mechanic managed to bring home a 2nd in 2wd to make it 1-2 for the McBurney pair. In 4wd, Dylan was equally dominant by taking the TQ and the first place overall. This time Denzell took a win in Leg 3 of the finals to secure a 4wd 1-2 for the Son and Father pair.

Thanks to Denzell McBurney for the report.

RDRP B64 brass suspension mounts


Revolution Design Racing Products have introduced four brass suspension mounts for the Team Associated B64 series of buggies. They are direct replacement for the kit’s lightweight parts and add valuable weight especially when running in high-traction conditions or when the track is getting bumpier. Machined from black-coated brass and sporting gold-colour chamfered edges the parts weigh in at 14g for the A LRC mount, 13g for the B LRC mount, 14g for the C mount and 15g for the D mount which shifts the weight bias further to the front or rear of the buggy, depending on the location of the brass hangers. Using the front A and B brass mounts will result in an easier to drive buggy while the rear C and D mounts add traction out of and rotation into corners. All mounts were designed to work with the original #92014 arm mount inserts and they are best used in pairs at the front or the rear.