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ProTek R/C 321B "Samurai" Off-Road Engine

 

ProTek R/C 321B "Samurai" Off-Road Engine



ProTek R/C’s all-new 321B “Samurai” Off-Road 3-Port engine is ready to lead you into battle – a samurai, by definition, is a noble, powerful warrior willing to serve his master – with a short-stroke, turbo head, rear ceramic bearing and legendary, easy-to-tune carburetor, it’s easy to see why the ProTek racing engine bears the Samurai moniker! The Samurai sips fuel without sacrificing horsepower thanks to elliptical carburetor restrictors that are included. The handcrafted powerhouse has been built meticulously by a world-renown Japanese engine manufacturer, to the specs of A Main’s top pro drivers. The Samurai delivers a versatile package like no other – excellent fuel mileage, predictable, crisp throttle-response and uber-consistent carburetor settings are all traits every racer needs to stand atop the podium – to be crowned the master of his class.

Features:
* Superior tunability
* Increased fuel mileage
* Unrivalled power
* Smooth and responsive power band
* Custom 7 & 8mm elliptical restrictors
* Ceramic rear bearing
* ABC piston and cylinder
* Ultra hot ProTek P3 turbo glow plug
* Strengthened black-coated crankcase

Specifications:
Displacement: 3.46cc (0.211cu.in.)
Bore: 16.6mm (0.654in.)
Stroke: 16.0mm (0.630in.)
Practical R.P.M.: 3,000 - 40,000
Power Output: 2.5ps / 34,000 R.P.M.
Weight: 355g (12.52oz)

 

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Team Losi Racing race report

 

2014 ROAR Region 5 Regionals



reg1bThis past weekend, I-69 Raceway hosted the 2014 ROAR Region 5 Electric Off-Road Regionals. Located just outside of Indianapolis in Noblesville, some of the regions fastest electric racers were drawn to the event with its central location. JConcepts Drivers, Curtis May, Brandon Marsh, and young gun Nathan Clark, would represent the Buckeye State. Hoosier state natives Adam Rayls and Ben Ellis would try to hold the fort down for the hometown boys, while Matt Gosch would try to wreak havoc as a representative of Illinois.

Qualifying was super tight, as the fast and flowing track produced almost equal times, with only tenths of a second separating most drivers. Mod Stadium Truck would see Brandon Marsh take the round 1 TQ, then Adam Rayls locking it up by taking rounds 2 and 3 by just a few tenths over Matt Gosch. There would be a different TQ each round in Mod 2wd Buggy, with round 1 going to Matt Gosch, Brandon Marsh taking round 2, and JP Richards setting the pace in round 3. Brandon Marsh would claim the overall TQ in the class after the tie breaker with JP Richards. Mod 4wd Buggy watched Matt Gosch set blistering times for rounds 1 and 2, giving him the overall TQ, while JP Richards would take the 3rd round TQ and start 2nd in the main.

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Following the sun set, the temperatures dropped and the moisture came up, leaving the track at its best for the triple A’s for 2wd Buggy and single A’s for Stadium Truck and 4wd Buggy. Adam Rayls would lead the field at the start of the 7 minute Mod Stadium Truck main, followed by Brandon Marsh, Matt Gosch, and Ben Ellis. Marsh would get around Rayls to lead early, shortly followed by Matt Gosch. Out front, Marsh and Gosch would slowly motor away from Rayls, leaving the 2 with open track to duke it out for the win. Gosch would mount a late race charge on Marsh’s lead, but would come up just short on the last lap, giving Brandon Marsh the win, followed by Matt Gosch and Adam Rayls.

Next up would be the 4wd Buggy main, with Matt Gosch leading the field around followed by Richards, Marsh, and Rayls. Matt and JP put on a clinic for much of the main, trading fast laps and keeping each other honest. Only a minute and a half from the finish, Gosch would suffer electronic issues, giving the win to JP Richards, with Adam Rayls and Brandon Marsh rounding out the podium.

Just as qualifying would see 3 different TQ’s in Mod 2wd Buggy, the triple A mains would also see 3 different winners. Brandon Marsh took the win in A1 over JP after a heated battle on track. Matt Gosch would come out swinging in A2 after a bad start in A1 and pass Marsh for the lead with just 2 laps left. JP couldn’t be shut out in A3 and motored to the lead early, but Marsh and Gosch would mount charges to try and rain on his parade, ultimately coming up short, giving JP the overall win. Brandon Marsh would take the second step of the podium, followed by Matt Gosch in 3rd. Overall the event was a huge success and I-69 put on a great event. Next year should prove to be another great year of competition.

 

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Pro-Line 1:8 Car Stand for 1:8 Size RC Cars

 

Pro-Line 1:8 Car Stand for 1:8 Size RC Cars



This is a 1:8 Car Stand. Pro-Line is excited to release an all-new MX inspired car stand for all Pro-Line fans! Taking its inspiration from the popular MX bike stands, the Laser Cut, bent and Powder-Coated Blue Alloy Pro-Line car stand is ready to display your car in the best way possible. The stand even has shock building holes for added versatility. Included Push-in rubber grommets protect your chassis and will prevent your car from sliding around. The best thing about this car stand is that it is made right here in the USA! Get your own Pro-Line car stand today!

 

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Pro-Line Phantom Clear Body for 8ight 3.0

 

Phantom Clear Body for 8ight 3.0



This is a Phantom Clear Body for TLR 8ight 3.0. A brand new body style has hit the scene from the mind of Pro-Line driver Lee Martin: the Phantom. Featuring a Stealthy cab forward look and sweeping body lines that flow back to a single point, the Phantom has the style and performance you have been looking for. The optional center fin adds additional high speed stability and finishes off the design of this fresh looking 1:8 Buggy body. The 8ight 3.0 Phantom fits snugly around the chassis for an ultra-low and super sleek look that everyone will want. Lee Martin used the Phantom to finish 2nd in the World at the IFMAR World Championships on the Challenging Silver Dollar track in Chico, California. Now you can own the same winning body style as Lee Martin!



 

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Pro-Line Trifecta Wing for 1:8 Buggy & 1:8 Truck

 

Trifecta Wing for 1:8 Buggy & 1:8 Truck



This is a Trifecta 1:8 Wing. Pro-Line’s new Trifecta Wing combines everything that serious 1:8 scale racers are looking for: Performance, Style and Durability. From the moment that you put Pro-Line’s new wing on your Buggy or Truggy you will be amazed at the increase in rear traction and high-speed stability that the wing provides. The Trifecta Wing features an aggressive, futuristic design with large center fins for maximum stability when you need it most. Included with Pro-Line’s new wing are 2 optional wickerbills (Small & Large) that allow you to tune the performance of the wing to your liking. Underneath the main plate of the Trifecta Wing there are 3 dimples that hang down on each side creating a “golf ball aerodynamic effect” which increases low speed down force and reduces high speed drag. Buggy and Truggy wings take a beating with each crash so Pro-Line designed the Trifecta Wing to be up for the challenge. Be on the cutting edge of 1:8 scale wing technology with Pro-Line’s new Trifecta Wing!

Part #:
6249-02 Yellow
6249-03 Black
6249-04 White

 

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