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Losi have announced details of their new aluminium servo arm for the Mini-T 2.0 truck. The servo...
MIP have announced details on their new upgrade parts for the Losi Mini-T 2.0.
Reinvented with modern technology and Team Losi Racing engineering, the Losi Mini-T 2.0 1:18th-scale brushless 2WD Truck honors the heritage of the original Mini-T with features and options never dreamed of back in the day.
FTX have announced the RTR Tracer, available from the end of September.
NRC Projects have released pre-ordering details for their soon to be release NRC-24 kit. Pre-orders for the NRC-24 will open on Sunday 16th August at 4pm BST (British Standard Time).
NRC Projects have released details about their soon-to-be-released NRC-24 prototype chassis.The rolling chassis,...

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Pro-Line Racing Axis body for Losi Mini-B

Designed with the latest in CAD technology, the Axis features a super low-slung design with sharp lines throughout giving it an unmistakable look on the track and fits the Mini-B chassis perfectly. The Axis features a cab-forward design that provides enhanced steering response while the small side fins balance out the rear of the car with ideal side-bite.

Losi Mini-B 1:16th 2WD RTR Buggy

The legendary LosiĀ® Mini's are back! Featuring TLR 2wd buggy engineering and performance in a 1/16th package,...

MIP Wrench Set for Losi Mini-T 2.0

MIP have released details of their new tool pack for the Losi Mini-T 2.0. This tool kit features a 1.5mm hex driver, as well as 4.0mm and 5.5mm nut drivers.

BRCA changes to hardcased LiPo rule

The proposal passed with 39 votes for, and 9 votes against, meaning that BRCA sanctioned mini/micro RC events, and BRCA affiliated clubs can now allow the use of softcased LiPo's that offer a watt-hour value of 20wh or less.

Losi Mini “Family” Upgrade Spotlight – Horizon Insider Tech Talk

The original Team Losi Mini-T was a massive success back in it's time. With a plethora of options to customize, upgrade and "hop-up," the truck (and it's customers) enjoyed a long enjoyable lifecycle, many of which are still around to this day!

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