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Personalize Your Crawler With Pro-Line

  Not all that long ago there was a time when there weren’t any rock crawling kits or RTRs (ready-to-runs) available to purchase. Hobbyist would take an RC vehicle, highly modify it by trying different parts and setups so that …

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Transforming the Traxxas X-Maxx with Pro-Line

SPONSORED ARTICLE It is the aftermarket parts companies like Pro-Line that continually feed cool and innovative products into our hobby which allows us to transform our stock ready-to-run vehicles into awesome, one-of-a-kind custom rides. Modifying and upgrading an RC vehicle …

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Tamiya Rally Cars – Tarmac, dirt and gravel racing…all with one car

SPONSORED ARTICLE Rally racing is quite the spectacle to watch as drivers with co-drivers navigate all types of roads through timed stages at insane speeds with specially modified production or purpose built cars. The type of cars that we all …

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Dial-in your touring car body with PROTOform

SPONSORED ARTICLE Touring car racing is a lot of fun and gets even better as you gain experience behind the wheel. Your lap times will get quicker and quicker as you become more accustom to your car’s handling characteristics and …

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Instant Gratification – Tamiya’s Numerous Ready-To-Run Options

SPONSORED ARTICLE When buying an RC car or truck, you have two basic options. Either getting a kit where you need to do the assembly or get a ready-to-run (RTR) where the car comes out of the box fully assembled. …

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Transform 1/10 4WD monster trucks with Pro-Line

Even if you have been in this hobby for a short amount of time, you have surely discovered that the majority of the vehicles that are out there are Ready-To-Runs (RTRs). One of the most popular RTR segments is the …

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Heavy Metal – Tamiya’s ultra-realistic RC tanks

Today we are lucky enough to have every type of RC vehicle available to us. If you can think of a full-size vehicle, chances are there is an RC counterpart for it. Now if you are a scale enthusiast and/or …

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