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Power Star PL-8509 LV



New digital coreless servo PL-8509 LV



Power Star is introducing the latest digital coreless lightweight servo which only weight 25g. It features coreless motor, superior metal gear and durable nylon fiber case. The servo can achieve speed of 0.105sec/600 and 0.095sec /600 at 4.8v and 6.0v respectively as well as torque of 7.0kg/cm and 8.5kg/cm. It will be available before the end of April.

 

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Simon Eser joins XRAY

 

Simon Eser joins XRAY



XRAY is pleased to announce that young talented German driver Simon Eser will team up with Team XRAY for the 2014 season to run all XRAY off-road cars including XB4, XB4 2WD, and XB8.

Simon will primarily focus on the 1/8 off-road European Championship that will be held in Germany as well the European Championship B and in the winter season the EOS series. He will race all regional, national, and international races including:
• European Championship 1/8 Off-road
• European Championship “B” 1/8 Off-road
• German Championship series
• Hessen Cup series
• EOS series

Simon says:
"I am very excited for the 2014 season with the XRAY team and the new XB8 buggy. I have been racing with XRAY as a private racer since 2009 and the ongoing development of the XRAY off-road cars helped me to grow my performance and race results as well. This year is very important for me as the European Championship is in my home country and as such I am very happy that I will be in the strong XRAY team which gives me a lot of confidence for the entire season. I am looking forward the races and will do all my best.”

 

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Jared Tebo race report


 


Practice Day Silver State 2014



First day out at the Silver State race. Today we have two 7 minute practice runs with the second run being a seeding run into qualifying. The track is fairly simple, but I think it’s gonna shape up really good when it gets rough. First practice will be much different than second practice, and it’s only gonna get rougher each run.

First up was truggy. The track was a freeway as it was super smooth and pretty easy. Everyone was really close in speed and just punched out there. My truck felt good, but I’ll be more excited when the bumps start forming. I got a good tune on my engine and my power felt good out there. I wasn’t the fastest on single lap, .4 of a second off fastest lap, but I was consistent getting the second fastest overall time. I started out with AKA super soft grid irons and they felt good. Plan is to run all super soft in P1 and soft in P2.



Next was electric buggy. Track was getting a little more broke in, but still smooth. Went out on AKA super soft grid iron 2 tires. We tested a couple things with gearing and speedo settings yesterday, and all was good today. I had a pretty fast single lap, but not the fastest, but just like truggy, I was consistent. I had the second fastest overall run in this class as well.

After e buggy, we grabbed some Subway to regroup for nitro buggy. Got my tune good on my buggy as well, and my power felt really good. I went out on AKA super soft Impacts this time to try them out. Being later in the day, the track started to get a little better and a little bumpier, nothing though like it will be on Sunday though. My car felt good and I felt comfortable out there. Had a consistent run and even got the fastest single lap, so that was cool. I had one stupid crash on the left side step up.

All in all, P1 was good. Now just getting ready for P2 and get good seeding for qualifying. Gonna make a shock piston change for truggy and then try soft tires. Thanks for checking in and God Bless.

 

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New Champion RC engine

Champion RC is releasing a new engine to the market.



The first in a series of engines is the Champion 5 port 21. This engine is based on the original GO 5 port engine which was one of their best sellers however it has some refinements that will improve its appeal , reliability and ease of use.

Firstly the carburettor is all new 2 needle. Carbon Alloy Composite body and smooth taper HSN and LSN giving smoother fuel metering.

New Steel Crank without Tini coating.
New Case design with extra cooling fins.
Heavy duty pro rod.
Lower CG drilled head design weighing 10 grams less that previous designs.
Notice the engine is all black carbon coated. This gives a more uniform heat exchange helping engine stability in race conditions.

Our aim here is to give support for the engine to its users. We do not sell directly to the public.

We are currently looking to expand our operation outside of Europe to the following countries.

USA, Canada, China, Russia, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam and Middle East.

All dealer enquiries can pm me for further details. You will need to provide us with your details and company name.

We have been making a series of training videos specifically for this engine range including Run in , Tuning and Maintenance. The will be freely avail to all customers and we will give support here to help get the most out of your Champion 21

Thank you for your attention

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Champion RC Engines.

 

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Team Durango race report

 

DEX410v4 Takes BRCA Regional With Collinson



Team Durango UK racing star Craig Collinson has recently piloted his DEX410v4 to a first round victory, at the BRCA North East Regional event in the UK.

Craig was very keen to open his 2014 BRCA outdoor campaign with a strong result, and his DEX410v4 provided a great performance, as he took overall TQ and the top podium position against some of the regions fastest 4WD racers.

Craig had already gained an enviable reputation for taking multiple podium positions at race events, and this trip to the South Shields Raceway was to be no different for the Team Durango racer. Craig took full advantage of his competitors struggling with the difficult track conditions by piloting his DEX210v2 to a second overall finishing position, securing two BRCA trophies in one meeting.

We send our congratulations to Craig and look forward to seeing his 2014 racing season develop over the coming months.

 

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