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> Mitoos News - Mitoos Racing Truck Chassis
Posted by JEXY1 - 22-07-16 12:06 - 4 comments


News from Mitoos


New Upgraded Metal Chassis for the Avant Slot 4x4 Raid Truck.
Chassis Raid EVO 1 “Pro Version”
M911
Due In This Week.




Following on from the success of the first chassis MITOOS have upgraded to make a full race version of their basic chassis. Comes with tools and spares.



The main frame is made from aluminium and is powered by a 22,500rpm motor, 4WD system, full independent and adjustable suspension, adjustable drop-arm guide and aluminium wheels fitted with rubber raid tyres.



Images and info as supplied by Staffs Slotcars UK
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> SRC/OSC News - Lola T600 Upgrade Kits
Posted by JEXY1 - 22-07-16 11:49 - 4 comments


News from SRC/OSC

GREAT VALUE RACE KITS FROM SRC/OSC

Yep the Slot car Gods are trying to catch us out again! Here we have another company releasing product without any prior notification! This however maybe worth a look. What we have are complete Knock down race kits of the Lola T600. Note the word RACE, these are not the normal car released in pieces for you to put together but a whole collection of high quality race parts supplied with a new chassis and unpainted bodyshell.

SRCRC0306
Lola T600 Upgrade Kit Sprint race
Retail £44.95




COMPLETE BODY
- Opaque headlight lid
- Chrono Light cockpit
- Full-face helmet and head
- Chrono Chassis
- C1 engine - motor
- 2 Chrono calibrated axle
- 1 + 1 Chrono calibrated bearings
- 4 Calibrated alloy wheels(with grub screw)
- 32z Chrono crown with grub screw
- 11z Chrono Pinion
- Complete Chrono T1 Red guide (spring, washer and
screw)
- BBS Hubcaps
- Cable + ends

SRCRC0307
Lola T600 Upgrade Kit Long race
Retail £44.95




COMPLETE BODY
- Transparent headlight lid
- Chrono Light cockpit
- Full-face helmet and head
- Chrono Chassis
- C1 engine - motor
- 2 Chrono calibrated axle
- 1 + 1 Chrono calibrated bearings
- 4 Calibrated alloy wheels(with grub screw)
- 32z Chrono crown with grub screw
- 11z Chrono Pinion
- Complete Chrono T1 Red guide (spring, washer and
screw)
- BBS Hubcaps
- Cable + ends

SRCRC0308
Lola T600 Upgrade Kit RC race
Retail £44.95




COMPLETE BODY
- Transparent headlight lid
- Chrono Light cockpit
- Full-face helmet and head
- Chrono Chassis
- C1 engine - motor
- 2 Chrono calibrated axle
- 1 + 1 Chrono calibrated bearings
- 4 Calibrated alloy wheels(with grub screw)
- 32z Chrono crown with grub screw
- 11z Chrono Pinion
- Complete Chrono T1 Red guide (spring, washer and
screw)
- BBS Hubcaps
- Cable + ends

Images and info as supplied by Gaugemaster
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> Slot.it News - Nissan R89C
Posted by JEXY1 - 22-07-16 11:22 - 0 comments


News from Slot.it

Nissan R89C #25 Le Mans 1989
Driver: A.Luyendyk, G.Brabham, C.Robinson
Code: CA28d
Official selling date: July the 14th




For the 1989 season, rather than relying again on chassis built by March, Nissan had developed the R89C model in conjunction with Lola. The car featured a kevlar and carbon-fibre based monocoque chassis fitted with Nissan's new twin-turbo VRH35 3.5L V8 DOHC engine which was mounted in a stressed installation for better chassis rigidity, delivering up to 950bhp.

Despite Nissan's efforts, the 1989 World Sportscar Championship season was rather unsuccessful for Nissan, as their cars lacked reliability and speed. The beautiful R89C was only able to score points in three races and finished the season in fifth place in the championship for teams.



At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, three R89Cs were entered into the race, none of which reached the finish line. Car number 23 was driven bye M. Hasemi, K. Hoshino, T. Suzuki. Once again, Nissan had chosen '23' for one of its official cars. The reason is that number 23 can be read as "ni san" in Japanese, and this is why Nissan frequently enters a car numbered '23' into motorsport events.

The car numbered 25 was driven by A. Luyendyk, G. Brabham, C. Robinson.

Link to more photos

Images, links and information as supplied by Slot.it
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> NSR News - Ford GT MkIV - Roth mans Edition
Posted by JEXY1 - 20-07-16 15:59 - 3 comments


News from NSR

Ford GT MkIV
Roth mans Edition
Ref; NSR0018SW
Retail £69.95
Available now.


Ok, in the best traditions of our hobby a manufacturer has yet again changed their minds regarding a reference, but this time however I believe it will be to most's advantage. Sure one or two said "oh the blue MkIV Ford looks nice" but advance sales said otherwise, and a minimum pre-order was placed, but this will change because NSR0018SW will now look like this...............



Yes, purists will tell you that the real car never raced like this, but to be honest the livery looks so right on this model I for one just don't care. I am sure many racers (and some collectors) up and down the country will want to get one of these to race something a little different in their clubs classic GT series.





Images and text as supplied by Gaugemaster.
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> Racer Sideways News - Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Turbo
Posted by JEXY1 - 20-07-16 15:44 - 8 comments


News from Racer Sideways

Lancia Beta Monte Carlo
Group 5
Giro D'italia 1979
G.Villeneuve - W.Rohrl
Ref; RCSW40
Retail £49.95


Now available the Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Turbo that was originally planned to be SW39. Arguably the greatest rally driver and greatest F1 driver in one car?



Images and info as supplied by Gaugemaster.
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