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Team Losi QC adaptors for XXX-T

Now you can run the AD2′s quick-change wheels on your Triple-XT, so you can spend less money on rims and have more dough for those double entry fees. Get the story here.
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Racers Edge .32 update

Racers Edge has finalized the specs (and the look) of the new Sure Fire .32 powerplant. Get all the info here.
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Schumacher Mi2 Euro Champ Edition

Teemu Leino’s big Euros win has inspired Scumacher to release a works-edition Mi2 with many performance tweaks for top-level racing. The Mi2 is already a fast car, this should be hot! Get all the info at the Radio Control Zone.
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Associated GT2 RTR

Associated’s RTRs are hard to beat for racing on a budget or just plain horsin’ around with high performance. The GT2 is the latest to get the factory-built treatment, and it looks like another winner with .15 pull-start power, full bearings and turnbuckles, aluminum shocks and a bunch more. Read about it here.
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Robitronics Scalpel 1/18 pan car

We’re betting ther Scalpel will be mini-dom’s ultimate carpet machine–it’s built just like a 1/12 scale competition car! Click Here for the body-off shot and discussion.
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Novak Rooster returns: smaller, stronger & LiPo ready

Who hasn’t had a Rooster in at least one car at one time or another? Novak’s best-selling controller is back and all-new, with a bunch of added features and a much smaller footprint. More info here.
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Radio Shack Pro Pulse 1/18 RTRs

These hobby-quality RTRs look like a real step up for the ‘Shack. There’s a truck and buggy (so far), both with shaft-driven 4WD, full bearings, an FM radio(!) and more…see for yourself.
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HPI Wheely King

Hmmm, probably does wheelies, but that’s just a guess! HPI’s latest RTR looks like a big bucket o’ fun, and you can bet solid axle “real truck” fans are cheering for this bad boy. More info and pics here.
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