The Losi Tuff Country SCT is based on Losi’s evergreen XXX platform that has stood the tests of time and is ideally suited for taking the knocks and scrapes that comes with SCT racing. Its 3-gear rear motor transmission features a fluid-fillable gear differential and is protected by an adjustable twin disk slipper clutch mechanism. Awesome horsepower is assured courtesy of Dynamite’s 4-pole 3300Kv sensorless brushless motor, which combines optimum efficiency with brute strength and torque to endow the Tuff Country XXX-SCT with incredible acceleration and high top speed capability. Read more...
The Awesome Losi 5ive-T 4WD Racing Truck is now available as a Roller and ready to flatten the opposition. Same great chassis and same legendary toughness and driving exhilaration but this time, you get to choose what engine and RC equipment best suits your needs. Race or play? Bash or Comp? It’s your choice and we’ve even left the 4-piece bodyset clear so you can finish it up in whatever colours and wild schemes match your personality. Read more...
New from Thunder Innovation are these optional lightweight Losi shock spring retainers which feature 7 large diameter holes and six grooves which helps prevents dirt and sand from interfering with the shocks. The inside rib is 3mm higher than the original retainer, reducing the risk of losing it. Available in blue and black.
Round 1 of the annual Jimmy Babcock Racing League kicked off their electric series this weekend at OCRC Raceway in Huntington Beach, California. The Season started with an amazing record breaking 385 entries. TLR was in attendance with many top drivers including Mike Truhe, Cody Turner, Team Manager Kevin Gahan, Ryan Dunford, Casper and Nick Lasley. Our organization is thrilled to see the Stadium Truck class coming back strong this year with many TLR 22T trucks present and as well with a lot of new racers attending the series.
TLR factory driver Mike Truhe earned the win in Mod Truck by TQing both rounds of Qualifying and leading the pack from start to finish in the A-main with his Orion powered TLR 22T Stadium Truck.
In the Pro 4 Short Course class Ryan Dunford would start second on the grid for the 6min A-main event that started around 2am in the morning. Dunford would make the pass for the lead on the first lap and never looked back taking the win with his Orion Powered Losi Ten-SCTE.
In the Mod buggy class Cody Turner was the man to beat in the A-main after TQing both rounds of qualifying with his TLR 22 buggy. The first lap was rough and put Cody on his lid, Cody's determination helped him recover and finished in am impressive 2nd place. Team mate Mike Truhe would round out the top five with his Orion powered TLR 22 buggy.
In Pro 2 TLR driver Cody Turner TQ'd both rounds of qualifying in with his Losi XXX-SCT but had a problem in the warm up for the A-main that would keep him out of the race.
"Our 3 new shells you've all long been waiting for are now available! You can order online or there will also be stock at Herefords national on the weekend . Suitable for all the Losi Mini-8IGHT, Carisma GT14B and the LRP Shark LWB."
The cab forward shell
The semi cab forward shell
The not very cab forward shell, pretty far back actually!
"JConcepts hit the ground in Vaasa, Finland with an all new body design specifically for the IFMAR World Championships. Cleverly named, Finnisher, the unique design quickly rose to the top of the field during competition and proved effective on the ground and in the air. Designed with aspects learned from the Punisher line of bodies, the Finnisher provides an even more aggressive look with included details which remain crucial to performance. The TLR 22 Finnisher body is a drop fit for a popular and National Championship winning TLR 22 buggy. Read more...