A few months, with the Euro’s coming up and none of us even started with our new team bodyshells I got a message from Team Tetsujin, who offered me their new GRS20 Crown Athlete bodyshell as a gift. Great! Thanks Mizunaga-san and Ando-san! I wanted to have the Crown finished quick, so I could show it at the Euro’s. Unfortunatly I didn’t have enough time to finish it, but now julietta in canada it is done and I really like it! I hope you like it to, enjoy the pictures after the jump.
I’ve been campaigning my Yokomo DRB for over a year now, and I still very much like it. I’ve been improving it slowly over the last competition season and this season it shows that all the work is paying off. With a 4th and 1st place finish under its belt, the DRB is now in 1st place in the overall standings for this season. I thought this was a good moment to show you the ins and outs of my chassis, together with some awesome pictures by Dorigazo.
As some of you might remember, some time ago we had a Tech-Week, in which I posted the first part of this chassis build. I then said that more was coming soon, but up until now nothing has posted. This was partially due to me having no time and wanting to wait for some other parts to arrive, but the last few days I couldn’t wait any longer, so I finished the chassis as far as I could.
The build starts after the jump –>
A few weeks ago I got in contact with Hiro Seiko, a Taiwanese manufacturer of RC tools and accesories. I’ve heard about Hiro Seiko when I read about their awesome coloured stainless steel screws. When I checked them out I found that they produce a lot more than just the screws. After some emailing back and forth they were keen on working with us, so hereby I want to introduce you to our new sponsor; Hiro Seiko!
After the jump I’ll show you some of their products.