Traxxas Slash Roll Cage, Traxxas Slash Parts, Traxxas Slash Rtr

Xray officially launched the new Formula X1 r Traxxas Slash Rtr emote control car kit, developed by Martin Hudy in collaboration with Francesco Traxxas Slash Parts Martini and Jan Ratheisky. In the recent ETS (European Touring Car Series) F1 group e Traxxas Slash Roll Cage vent, Xray’s X1 prototype has won. The X1 uses an ultra-narrow 2.5mm-thick carbon fiber baseplate. The frame is optimized for twist performance to ensure extremely high cornering speeds and good grip. 2S short-life lithium battery can be used, and various adjustments can be made according to the location of the battery and the installation position of the electronic equipment, and different center of gravity distribution of the frame can be arranged. The front suspension uses a carbon fiber double rocker design, including caster, rolling center and vehicle height, which can be easily adjusted and set, and the site adaptability is greatly improved. The rear suspension uses a twisted link assembly. In addition to the vertical suspension system, the horizontal suspension system is also equipped with a hydraulic suspension. 7075-T6 aluminum motor base, large rear bead differential, high-speed bearings, two different downforce rear fins and an optimized aerodynamic body are included in the product. I believe that XrayX1 is a highly competitive racing-level formula remote control car.

Naoto Matsukura organizes JMRCA (All Japan Contest) electric off-road vehicle 2wd and 4wd two championships! The event will be held at the refurbished Yatabe Arena, a remote-controlled car complex that will host the ATS (Asian Electric House Series) next week. Naoto has already won two 1/12 electric flat car world championship titles at a young age. This year he used the Yokomo B-Max2 and B-Max4 cars for the JMRCA e-Vietnam race. In the 2WD category, Kohta Akimoto (Kyosho Kyosho driver) won the second place, and Tamiya driver Satoshi Maezumi won. In the 4WD category, the runner-up is Shin Adachi, a veteran of the car industry, and the second runner-up is Yokomo driver Keisuke Enomoto.

4WD Top Three:

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Source: \u0026 amp; JMRCA


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