Ninco News May - July
Published: May 25, 2010

Ninco News May - July

 

 

 

F430 “Forato”

Ref. #760005

First Rally version of the F430 in the XLOT 1:28 Scale category. Presented as a semi-built kit. Requires assembly of front drive train, motor, transmission and rear train, (XL-1 motor and all parts included). This model allows full enjoyment of all the possibilities available with XLOT, from preparation, infinite mechanical adjustment, right up to the highest performance features of RALLY SLOT competition racing.

Price: $159.98

 

 

Porsche 997 MCP “Efecto Asfalto”

Ref. #760009

Porsche 997 re-released in asphalt road version. All metal chassis 1:28 scale XLOT car with XL-1 motor and infinite chassis adjustments and tuning capability for any 1/32 and larger track.

Price: $159.98

 

 

 

Lamborghini Murcielago “Pirelli”

Ref. #50543

The Lambo Murcielago has proven to be a very competitive stock and easily upgraded racecar. Comes with NC-5 power in anglewinder configuration.

Price: $69.98

 

 

Bowler Nemesis “Dakar” Lightning

Ref. #50565

Ready to race! For the first time, a Lightning version of a RAID Vehicle. Competition spec’d with NINCO Prorace and PKS components. (PKS is a European competition Racing parts manufacturer) NINCO Prorace parts include: 3/32” spec, except standard bearings to improve (53.5mm) axle tolerance; aluminium pulleys; Proshock soft suspension, 27z crown - 9z pinion & NC-7 truck motor. PKS material includes heavyweight 16.5 x 9mm aluminum hubs, grooved tires and 2.4mm Teflon bearings. The Body shell incorporates MUD EFFECT paint.

Price: $89.98

 

 

Porsche 997 GT3 “White” Lightning

Ref. #50559

An ideal club Racing car, White bodyshell for personalising the car, but fully equipped with Prorace parts for competing… Transparent ProRace chassis with motor screw support. Lexan interior. NC-5 motor. Transparent silicone cables. 15” front hubs with ultra low profile tires, 16” rears with 20x10 tires. Prorace axles, Prorace bearings, axle stopper and Prorace screws. 32z crown/13z pinion gearset.

Price; $89.98

 

 

Renault Megane Trophy “ATAG” Lightning

Ref. #50551

HERE IT IS!!! Ready to race! The first NINCO 1 car with LIGHTNING spec! Comes with new removable MOTOR MOUNT chassis, Lexan interior, NC-12 Motor, transparent silicone cables. 17” hubs, ultra low profile front tires and 20x10 rears. Prorace axle, Prorace bearings, axle stopper and Prorace screws, Prorace slotguide with long blade. Gearset: 32z crown and 12z pinion.

Price; $89.98

 

 

Lamborghini Murcielago “Dechau” Lightning

Ref. #50552

Ready to race! The first LIGHTNING Murcielago with Prorace set up including the new removable MOTOR MOUNT chassis: Lexan interior, NC-14 Motor, transparent silicone cables, 15” front Prorace hubs and ultra low profile tires and 17” rear hubs with 20x10 tires. Prorace axle, Prorace bearings, axle stopper and Prorace screws. Gearset: 31z crown and 13z pinion.

Price; $89.98

 

 

Ford GT “Bel” Lightning

Ref. #50536

Ready to race! Lightning version of the fabulous Ford GT with PRORACE set up including the new removable MOTOR MOUNT chassis: Lexan interior, NC-14 Motor, transparent silicone cables, Prorace 15” front hubs with ultra low profile tires and 17” rear hubs with 20x10 tires. Prorace axle, ProRace bearings, axle stopper and Prorace screws. Gearset: 31z crown and 13z pinion.

Price; $89.98

 

 

 

Corvette GT3 “Valeo”

Ref. #755008

NEW, racing livery of one the most popular NINCO 1 cars. Usual simplified NINCO 1 mechanical set up, NC-11 motor and no interior to facilitate digitalisation.

Price: $52.98

 

 

Racing Components

 

ProRace Megane Body Shell (2010 style)

Ref. #80887

Complete (assemble yourself) “white” body kit with all interior and exterior components

Price: $31.98

 

Power-N 3A

Ref. #10412

Second generation of NINCO’s 8-20VDC variable power supply for analog tracks. Current increased to
3-Amps to accommodate higher powered motors. Additional circuit protection and overload tolerance allows low-range short circuits without auto reset

Price: $119.98

 



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