Wednesday, August 24, 2011

[HOT] 1:10 Spirit VDS Conversion Kits

Having enough with the regular look of your 1:10 on-road touring car?

Says who a 1:10 scale car has to be in a touring shape?

You could now easily change the style of your Spirit touring into a Lola type by using the optional 1:10 VDS conversion kit of EDAM.

Let's hit the road with a new look in the new season!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Nuremberg 2010 – Edam

Edam were present in Nuremberg showing their nicely produced range of on-road chassis. Having reviewed their products in Racer magazine before, we were pleased to see that the young and innovative company has further developed their product line with some nice new items. In addition to their 1:10 and 1:8 nitro powered chassis line-up, Edam also had some chassis which incorporated brushless systems on display which look nicely manufactured featuring lots of carbon fibre and top spec materials. Edam also had some accessories on show too including hauler bags and tool sets and we are sure that you'll be hearing plenty more from Edam as their further establish their reputation.

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Monday, February 8, 2010

Big Cool News in Toys Fair 2010~

Taiwanese car manufacturer EDAM were showing off a prototype of their new as yet unnamed 1/8th scale on road car. A complete overhaul of their previous car, with new chassis plate, radio plate, wishbones, rear body mount and braking system, it is again a conventional but solid design. They also are displaying their Spirit 981 Gold Edition 1/10th 200mm chassis, with gold anodised parts and supplied with many optional parts as standard.

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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Racing and Test Driving: Congradulation for JPM

Thursday, March 5, 2009

2009 Cell Homologated List-EFRA

Message From EFRA About 1/10 Track Rules

Dear Friends,

The rule clarification of the 7 minute heat mandatory fuel stop has caused some commotion.This was clearly not the intention.

At the AGM section meeting, we assumed that, in normal conditions, 7 minutes without a fuel stop, could not be done.This subject was not talked about in depth.

So I believed the clarification was done in the interest of the sport, to avoid drivers leaning out the engines to reach the 7 minutes.

However, to avoid precedents in the future, we have to follow the rule as it was minuted at the AGM.

So it is necessary to cancel that clarification.We do hope drivers will use common sense, not to destroy engines by trying to go for 7 minutes without re-fuelling.

As EFRA 1/10th IC Track section chairman, I apologise for any confusion caused.

Best Regards,
Franky Noens
EFRA Chairman 1/10th IC Trac