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.
The TC4 is about to go ready-to-run, and will feature the electronic upgrades already in place on Associated’s “SE” B4 and T4 RTRs. That means a Reedy-based 15-turn motor, no-setup-required LRP AI speed control, and “AE by Airtronics” radio gear. The car will be offered in two factory-painted colors, and “tuner-style” decal sheets will be included so you can customize the shell. Looks hot!
The RC18MT is monster truck performance in a mini-sized package! Based on the RC18T platform, the RC18MT features a mini-MGT flag body, chrome wheels and monster truck tires with AE logos in the tread. The 18MT is powered by an inline-mounted Super 370 high-performance motor, bolted to an aluminum motor mount with several mounting holes to fit most aftermarket 1:18 scale hop-up motors.
Love your LST, but wish you could adjust its camber angles? Now you can, with RPM’s new turnbuckle-equipped arms. They’re extra beefy and molded in RPM’s “bulletproof blend of nylons for the ultimate in rigidity, strength and durability.” Also available in black, click over to the BB for more info.
Team Losi has announced the introduction of the new Triple-X “Kinwald Edition” buggy. It will include the race-proven design of the standard Triple-X buggy, plus a full selection of Team Losi’s specialty race parts used by National and World Champion driver, Brian Kinwald. This buggy is in keeping with the long Team Losi tradition of providing an out-of-the-box full-option buggy, ready for World Championship-level competition.