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Race Reports: Hong Nor Win at the South Australia Championships (1246 Reads)
Posted by admin on Friday, December 07, 2007 - 03:13 AM

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hong nor x1cr

Once again Hong Nor team driver Martin Wolhuter produces a brilliant win at the South Australia Championships. Not only did Martin win he also got the TQ. Martin Driving the Australian Team version X1CR also got TQ at the Queensland Titles and the ACT Titles. With so much emphasis being placed on a new car coming drivers seem to forget that the X1 is still one of the best handling cars out there today. There is an old adage out there that says (if it aint broke dont try to fix it.) The Hong Nor X1CR and CRT will always be a dominant force in the world arena with many drivers having experienced some of the newer cheaper end cars on the market and finding them lacking for whatever reason and returning to the X1. The Australian Team X1 includes most of the great options Hong Nor have to offer including the fantastically smooth 16mm shocks coupled with the offset brake cams on the alloy center diff mount..

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Truggys: X1CRT Pro super truggy (987 Reads)
Posted by admin on Friday, May 11, 2007 - 02:37 PM

Hong Nor

The long awaited X1-CRT Truggy is now on general sale.

In addition to the standard pro spec the CRT FT SE now includes ;-

X1S-50 Alloy Steering Top Plate
XTS-11 Alloy Centre Diff Mount
#380y High Downforce Wing
#373 Fuel tank Puller
X1-41 New style radio box with room for 5 aa batteries



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Buggy's: X1CR.32 Ready to run car (2421 Reads)
Posted by admin on Sunday, March 18, 2007 - 09:54 AM

Hong Nor X1CR.32 Ready to run car

RRP: £329.99
The fantastic new X1CR RTR .32 is now available and has a heavy weight specification straight out of the box. Fitted as standard with a powerful .32 Force engine and a 14tooth clutch bell, this makes the CR RTR .32 the most powerfull RTR Buggy on the market.

This 99% fully assembled/painted car was designed, developed and tested in the USA by Jammin Jay Halsey the first ever Off road Ifmar world champion, this high-quality, ultra-performance gas-nitro buggy will satisfy the most avid racers.



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Truggys: The X1CRT Roller is coming soon (1255 Reads)
Posted by admin on Thursday, March 08, 2007 - 11:30 AM

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Race Reports: The New X1CR Factory Team wins again (1047 Reads)
Posted by admin on Thursday, February 15, 2007 - 03:09 PM

Hong Nor

Telford Hottrax hosted the latest round of the UK midlands winter championships and there was an 80+ turn out including some well known national drivers. Jon Hazlewood (Xray) fresh from his pole start in Holland, Steve Haynes (Ho Bao), John Howells (GS) Adam Skelding (Hot Bodies) and Jamie Booth (Hong Nor).
During the 15 minute A main a ding dong battle developed between the Xray of Jon Hazlewood and the X1CR pro UK factory team car of Jamie Booth, the lead swapped several times but ultimately the X1CR FT was the better handling car and in the end took a convincing win from the other pro factory drivers.

1st Jamie Booth (X1CR Pro UK Factory team)
2nd John Howells (GS CL-1)
3rd Jon Hazlewood (Xray)
4th Steve Haynes (Hyper 8)


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