New X-Rider CRS (Sagittarius) 1:4 MX Motorcycle Launched

Specifications: Size with Rider: Length 554mm Width 203mm Height 443mm Weight with Rider: 3750grams Without Rider – 554 x 203 x 337mm Wheelbase – 387mm Electronics Included: ESC: MAX10-SCT-80A Motor: 3652 / 3800KV Gyro motor: 2200KV Required to Run (Not included) Battery: Lipo 2-3S maximum size of 98x44x28mm Radio & Receiver : 4 or above channels What’s Included in the box: Alloy spoked rims and hubs front and rear. Mechanical front disc brake 2 Digital servos, 1 Standard and 1 Midi size Scratch Bars X 2 sets (1 for on-road use 1 for off-road) Race ready rider Alloy display / work stand. wheelie bar protection installed Source : Xrider

New Pro-Line Racing 1/4 Roost MX Sand/Snow Paddle Rear Tire MTD Black

Promoto-MX owners, time to hit the dunes or shred some powder! The Roost MX rear paddle tire from Pro-Line is designed to turn your @Losi PROMOTO-MX into a sand or snow-flinging machine. The Roost MX does exactly what its name states: it makes massive roosts in sand or snow! It features 9 large cup-shaped scoop paddles allowing you to power out of deep sand and get up on the plane with ease. The stiff, durable compound keeps the paddles true and wear to a minimum. A few tips for driving your Roost MX-equipped PROMOTO-MX in the dunes: For the ultimate handling on sand, remove the side lean bars/wheels to keep the bike from digging in when leaning/steering. Keep your speed up as much as possible to keep the bike floating across the sand! Brush/shake out your chain after every battery pack to remove as much sand as possible A knobby

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Beat1Racing RC Bike Pit Mat

Japanese RC bike manufacturer Beat1Racing has released a new limited run rubber pit mat for RC bikes.  Measuring 60 X 40cm and 0.5cm thick, the surface of the mat is oil and stain resistant with an anti-slip backing to keep it securely in place as you work on your bike. Source: Beat1Racing []