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Tamiya Mercedes DTM 2004 TGS-R

 
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New HPI painted bodies

…and clear bodies, for 190mm, 200mm, and Micro. That’s the Toureza on the right, click the link to see ‘em all on the RC Zone bulletin board..

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Team Losi Heat Shield

Team Losi now offers a “cool” new product to protect your lexan body or just about any chassis part from heat. Team Losi Heat-Shield is made with genuine Nomex® aerospace fiber. The strong adhesive backing and flexibility makes it easy to stick to any clean surface as a heat barrier for fuel tanks, shock absorbers, or wherever needed. It also works well for body repairs and as reinforcement for body mount holes. Includes 40 square inches of adhesive-backed Nomex in sheet form.

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OFNA Jammin’ XR-CRT

Thinking about going truggy? Take a look at the current ROAR national champ, the XR-CRT. You’ll be able to get Jammin’ Jay’s ride off the shelf for yourself soon.

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Jammin’ XR CRT

Own Jammin’ Jay’s ROAR National Champion truck!
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Tamiya TA-05

Tamiya’s all-new mid-motor, equal-length belt car is here!

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Tamiya Desert Gator

Tamiya’s DT-02 chassis debuted as the friction-shock Super Fighter G, but Tamiya has now tricked it out as the Desert Gator with a lightweight Lexan body and wing, oil shocks, adjustable upper links and dish wheels. Expect upgrades galore for this one!

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RPM bumpers for Revo

The faster you go, the harder you crash, the more you need an RPM bumper. Plus, they look stylish. There’s also a
rear version.
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