JConcepts AE 1/10th/Regulator titanium steering linkage & battery cradle stand-offs avril 5, 2021 by Chris Leave a Comment JConcepts have introduced their new titanium steering linkage intended the the use with the Team Associated B6 1/10h 2WD Buggy, T6 1/10th 2WD Truck, SC6 1/10th Short Course Truck, DR10 1/10Th 2WD Drag car as well as the Tamiya Clod Buster 1/10th Monster Truck updated with the JC Regulator kit but also titanium battery cradle stand-offs intended for the use with the Team Associated B74.1 1/10th 4WD Buggy and their Regulator Clod Buster. A sought-after piece in the RC world is the 5.5 x 8mm ball-ends which seemingly attach to just about every corner of the Team Associated line of vehicles and JConcepts Regulator behind axle steering assembly. Previously, the kit versions were very heavy steel items which is a lot of unnecessary weight. With the JConcepts titanium pieces, the application is smooth and simple with a 2mm wrench while the light-weight material screws together very easily. Features: JConcepts design and stylingLight-weight material, tough designHigh-grade, machined titanium materialStandardized 2mm hex adjustment areaAesthetic jewelry Shopping! Wartelle Shop Shopping! RC Team Shopping! Absolute Hobbyz An often-overlooked item in the chassis department of the Team Associated B74 and JConcepts Regulator are the battery post stand-offs which are present in both chassis builds. In stock form, the steel items are a bit heavy and can easily be dropped in favor of the titanium counterparts now available from JConcepts. The 7mm hex based part has 3mm threads on each side giving versatility and adjustability to the design which works well on many applications including the B74 and JConcepts Regulator. Features: JConcepts design and stylingLight-weight material, tough designHigh-grade, machined titanium materialStandardized 7mm hex adjustment areaAesthetic jewelry Source: JConcepts Partagez5TweetezEnregistrer5 PartagesAbout ChrisFounder of circusrc.com, journalist & photographer in the RC world for several years, Chris is passionate about RC, racing and technique. Whether in France or in the world, he is trying to bring high-quality information and photos for enthusiasts... and make you want to join the world of RC!