NEW & HOT
FOUR POINT WHOA
U NEED NOW
It seems like just yesterday that TLR introduced the 3.0
version of the 22 2WD buggy, and now the
4.0 is about to hit the shelves. ;e 4.0 is
the most adjustable 22 yet; it allows
you to dial it in to pretty much any
surface that you’ll run on. You
can mount the shocks in front
or behind the rear arms, install a
laydown or standup transmission,
change the front width, and more.
;e best part is that you get all the
parts needed for any setup in the box.
Other features include a new aluminum-plate chassis, HDS slipper with HD spring, rear hub with an
aluminum plate, aluminum bleeder caps, and Gen II shocks.
HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?
O.S. ENGINE SPEED B2102 . 21 ENGINE
Ty Tessmann was running this engine at the 2016 IFMAR
World Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada, and now
it’s available to you. ;e new O.S. Speed B2102’s
most standout feature is the ultralow profile
heat-sink head that lowers the engine’s center
of gravity, which according to O.S. is 17mm lower
than any other engine. It comes with a tungsten-weighted crankshaft with O.S.’s diamondlike
coating and silicone porting. Other features include
ceramic bearings, 22C carburetor, and turbo-plug head.
IT’S A RAP
PRO-LINE FORD F-150 RAPTOR
FOR THE TRAXXAS X-MAXX
;e latest vehicle to get the Pro-Line touch is the
Traxxas X-Maxx, and the first item available is
a Ford F-150 Raptor. ;e body comes molded
out of thick, clear Lexan and comes precut,
so you don’t have to do any trimming to get it
mounted on your Maxx. ;e body is designed
with an aggressive scale look, and it fits
right onto the stock Traxxas roll cage.
Overspray film, window masks, and
a sticker sheet are also included.