Trinity Reflex touring car to debut at Reedy Race MAY 2001

We know for certain that Trinity is currently developing electric and nitro touring platforms to be dubbed the Reflex T and Reflex NT. Jim Dieter, Trinity’s motor man, accomplished designer, and skilled racer in his own right, is said to be the primary architect of the project (you may remember Trinity used the Reflex name for a Jim Dieter-designed dirt oval car back in the day). It’s rumored that ace driver Josh Cyrul will race a test mule at the upcoming Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions. When we get more information on the cars’ details, we’ll be sure to let you know, but in the meantime Trinity has confirmed that the nitro-powered Reflex will be the first to hit the shelves.

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XRAY NT18 video!

That’s right, you can see XRAY’s ground-breaking micro-nitro machine in action! Click over to www.teamxray.com to see the vid, then talk about it here!

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Lots of new products!

There’s a whole bunch of new gear in “Hot News and New Stuff,” including the HPI Hellfire SS, Novak HV6.5 brushless motor, RCM G10 Rustler chassis, Serpent 720 nitro tourer, Epic “X” stock motors and CEN GST 7.7. Click the links for more!

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Lots of new products!

There’s a whole bunch of new gear in “Hot News and New Stuff,” including the HPI Hellfire SS, Novak HV6.5 brushless motor, RCM G10 Rustler chassis, Serpent 720 nitro tourer, Epic “X” stock motors and CEN GST 7.7. Click the links for more!

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Surikarn and Peak Racing Unite!!

It’s now official! 2002 IFMAR ISTC Touring Car World Champion Surikarn Chaidejsuriya has been signed to race Peak Vantage (V2) motors and PowerFlo batteries. Surikarn, also TRF driver, is a native of Thailand and competes regularly on the competitive Asian racing circuit. As World Champion, Surikarn knows that having the best equipment is essential to remaining on top. With Peak’s ultra high-quality craftsmanship, innovative designs, and outstanding professionalism placed in the hands of a proven champion, it is their world for the taking.

We will keep you up to date on Surikarn’s worldwide performance and his favorite Peak products.

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Surikarn and Peak Racing Unite!!

It’s now official! 2002 IFMAR ISTC Touring Car World Champion Surikarn Chaidejsuriya has been signed to race Peak Vantage (V2) motors and PowerFlo batteries. Surikarn, also TRF driver, is a native of Thailand and competes regularly on the competitive Asian racing circuit. As World Champion, Surikarn knows that having the best equipment is essential to remaining on top. With Peak’s ultra high-quality craftsmanship, innovative designs, and outstanding professionalism placed in the hands of a proven champion, it is their world for the taking.

We will keep you up to date on Surikarn’s worldwide performance and his favorite Peak products.

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Team Orion Launches Brushless Motor NOVEMBER 2001

Updated November 28, 2001—Yorba Linda, CA
This is Team Orion’s official Vortex press release:The Team Orion Vortex brushless motor utilizes new, sensorless technology. It uses no special wiring to control it. The software of the controller controls everything.

The size is exactly like a normal 540 type motor. It is even within IFMAR rules concerning size and furthermore uses a normal ferrite magnet, which also is within the rules. The shaft is a 3.2 mm and of course accepts standard pinion gears.

The Team Orion brushless motor must be used in combination with a brushless motor controller. The use of the new sensorless technology allows the use of any controller as long it has been designed for sensorless, brushless motors. There are several manufacturers providing these at a price similar to a high end ESC. Look for Team Orion’s own sensorless controller in the near future.

A list of controllers compatible with the Vortex will be posted soon, as will more information and performance data as it becomes available!

The Vortex, due to its brushless design, offers the following advantages over brushed motors:

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Team Orion Launches Brushless Motor NOVEMBER 2001

Updated November 28, 2001—Yorba Linda, CA
This is Team Orion’s official Vortex press release:The Team Orion Vortex brushless motor utilizes new, sensorless technology. It uses no special wiring to control it. The software of the controller controls everything.

The size is exactly like a normal 540 type motor. It is even within IFMAR rules concerning size and furthermore uses a normal ferrite magnet, which also is within the rules. The shaft is a 3.2 mm and of course accepts standard pinion gears.

The Team Orion brushless motor must be used in combination with a brushless motor controller. The use of the new sensorless technology allows the use of any controller as long it has been designed for sensorless, brushless motors. There are several manufacturers providing these at a price similar to a high end ESC. Look for Team Orion’s own sensorless controller in the near future.

A list of controllers compatible with the Vortex will be posted soon, as will more information and performance data as it becomes available!

The Vortex, due to its brushless design, offers the following advantages over brushed motors:

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