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Nitro Engine's: LRP 1/8 Offroad Spec.2 Competition Exhaust System (1071 Reads)
Posted by admin on Monday, May 21, 2007 - 12:20 PM
 

LRP

The high performance inline system is specially designed for 1/8 scale offroad racing! This out-standing performance booster is the perfect tuning part providing excellent power and maxi-mum performance! IFMAR/EFRA legal. Developed and tested by the worldwide LRP Factory Team!
 

The system consists of the pipe, short manifold and all parts needed for secure as-sembly. EFRA/IFMAR legal!
 

This system fits all nitro engines from .21 - .32.
 

 

Main Features:

  • fully chrome plated (including manifold)

  • inline system

  • stinger support

  • provides max. performance

  • best driveability

  • best possible fuel consumption

  • reinforced exhaust tip

Source : LRP


 

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Race Reports: UK Truggy Pro Round 1 Race Report by Neil McRae (1152 Reads)
Posted by admin on Monday, May 21, 2007 - 12:16 PM
 

BRCA

A beautiful Sunday morning greeted over 110 race entrants to the first ever round of the BRCA UK Truggy Pro and Monster Truck Championship at MaxBashing Track near Guildford in the south of Britain.

The combination of Astro, grass, dirt and big air kept all drivers guessing on tyre choice with many drivers opting for Proline BowTie MTR and Hobao Hyper ST Tri's in order to get the most grip on the various surfaces.

Winners: Alsop, Hazlewood, Holmes

 

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Race Reports: Euro's Warm Up Report (1070 Reads)
Posted by admin on Monday, May 21, 2007 - 12:12 PM
 

Horizon Hobbie UK

This past weekend was the warm-up meeting for the Rally Cross Euros to be held in Auxerre France later this year. The track is well known to most of the drivers and was the venue of previous European championships only a few years ago. Used regularly by the French Federation to hold some of their national and club events the host club and organisation have all the required experience to run one of the premier events of the year.

On arrival it was evident that the competition was going to be very tough with all of the major company players in attendance with full team support. The track initially was very dusty and low in traction but this soon changed into a high grip track with a fantastic blue groove and the lap times simply fell turning the track into an incredibly fast layout. The track stood up very well to the punishment from all the cars and with only a few sections developing some rough ground the racing simply got closer and closer.

The British Losi team had a little bit of a mixed bag of luck during qualifying. Stewart Wilcox and David Spashett simply couldn't finish a clean run while Reece Sawyer drove exceptionally well to qualify 29th and only one place behind the eight times national champion David Crompton. This was also the first time the Horizon/Losi/Novarossi drivers had the chance to use the very latest spec engines from Novarossi. The team were given the option to use two types of engine, both providing exceptional power and performance and yet still very controllable. The NPLUS215K proved to be an excellent all round performer with great power and still capable of making just over nine minutes on fuel with ease and without stress. The new 367buggy21 was the second option. The power was astounding and provided an amazing top speed. With both engines we found the following to be the best set-up: Carb Insert 7.5mm, Plug NC6G std type, Short round manifold with a 2015 or 2006 pipe or Short manifold square with 9901 pipe

 

Source and full report: Horizon Hobby UK


 

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Race Events: BRCA Truck and Truggy Round 1 Results and Championship Table (993 Reads)
Posted by admin on Sunday, May 20, 2007 - 04:25 PM
 

BRCA

Pos Name Club # BRCA Num Truggy Make Model Engine/Motor Rnd 1
1 Jon Hazlewood 87 3931 Xray XT-8 OS Speed 101
2 Graham Alsop 72 7537 Hobao Hyper ST RB 99
3 John Holmes 82 12836 - - - 98
4 Tommy Chung 57 972 Kyosho ST-R Sirio 97
5 Brennan Ralls 65 1288 Xray XT-8 Falcon 96
6 Elliott Boots 108 3233 Kyosho ST-R RB 95
7 Mick Cradock 83 1455 Kyosho ST-R Sirio 94
8 Jamie Booth 84 190 Hong Nor X1-CRT Go 93
9 Ed Kerry 68 7488 Team Losi EighT Nova Rossi 92
10 Adrian Svensson 107 1301 Mugen MBX5T Ninja 91

Here are the results for todays round:
 
 Championship Index
 
 Round 1 Race Results


 

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Nitro Engine's: STS Buggy Team Engine (1257 Reads)
Posted by admin on Sunday, May 20, 2007 - 10:36 AM
 

piraterc.com news

D21T MK II (#2113)
Buggy Team Engine
Cylinder Contents : 3.48cc
Bore: 16.20mm / Stroke:16.80mm
Crankshaft : 14mm SG type
Carburetor : 2 Needles Slide 7&8 mm*
Piston / Sleeve : ABC 5P modified
Glow-plug : Turbo & Standard**
Use : 1/8 buggy
Custom Made Team Engine
* 7mm and 8mm venturis included

** one standard head button and one trubo head button included

Source :STSRC


 

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