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Serpent RS X 4Buggy

Back in the day (like, way back) Serpent was known pretty much just for their purpose designed, on road racing rigs. Their 1/8-scale nitro GT and Prototype rigs were the go-to model if you wanted to win on the asphalt. Over the most recent years, the company has shifted its efforts more into the off-road realm.

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RC10 B6 Team Kit

2WD Turf Domination There was a time when manufacturers developed new cars just to create a better handling, more durable machine for racers to benefi t from, but we’re now in a time period where track styles are evolving and …

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Duratrax Onyx 255 Dual Output Charger

Who has only one radio controlled vehicle? Seriously, the vast majority of the people that I know own two or more cars, trucks or boats. In addition, many vehicles run on multiple battery packs. Still, the few people that do own one lonely vehicle still have several battery packs. Waiting around for one pack, then another to charge so you can go out and have some fun

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Q32 D8T Tessmann Edition And Baja Buggy

While the Q32 Baja Buggy has been out for a while, the new Q32 D8T Tessman Edition Truggy looks to increase the performance factor with bigger wheels and a wider stance. These micro machines can be used in any room bigger than a closet, so you never have to be without your RC fun again.

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Reviewed – The Carisma V70 TypeR, 70A Sensored Brushless Speed Control with Turbo, 5350kV and 4600kV Brushless Motors.

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Brushless speed control and motor technology on the surface side of things seems to have started with smaller, 1:18 vehicles and gradually moved to 1:12, 1:10, 1:8 and even 1:5.  To start the vast majority of the brushless systems were …

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Sworkz S104 Evo Pro Buggy

Speed and strength in the perfect combination is the Holy Grail when it comes to these modern day 4WD 1/10 racing buggy rockets. Usually he who lasts the longest in the main wins. All current buggies out there are looking for the ultimate handling, the ultimate durability and the most user friendly servicing. Sworkz

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Traxxas Bigfoot – What You Need to Know

Traxxas Bigfoot RTR

The Bigfoot Monster Truck! How cool does that look! The perfect way to battle your buddies in a backyard bash fest! Traxxas has released yet again an awesome looking truck that will deliver tons of excitement for those looking to …

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Team Associated RC8B3e

As we certainly expected, Team Associated announced an E-version of their highly anticipated RC8B3 Nitro buggy shortly after its release. Using over 90% of the parts from its Nitro cousin, the RC8B3e has all the same track manners, but with the explosive nature of electric components.

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Circuit and Ruckus 4X4 Brushless

The RCs in the ECX line are all-inclusive, durable, fun RCs that are sure to get the first timer hooked. The two that I’m looking at here, the Circuit stadium truck and its big brother, the Ruckus monster truck, are both four wheel drive vehicles that come with brushless systems.

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Aluminum Conversion Kits for the HPI Sprint 2

The Sprint 2 chassis from HPI Racing is a very capable car right out of the box. It is equipped with a belt driven 4WD drivetrain, oil-filled shocks, quality plastic composite parts and numerous tuning adjustments.

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Traxxas X-Maxx Review

Traxxas X-Maxx

Recently, the editors and I were chatting about current vehicle offerings from manufacturers and Traxxas became the focus as we have not seen an all new vehicle from them in quite some time. We were speculating on what and when the next big release would occur. We all agreed and hoped it would be an entirely new vehicle and not simply an updated version of a current model since it has been a while that we have seen one.

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Is This An RC Monster Truck You Can Afford To Love?

I’m not a monster truck guy. I was ready to hate the Conquest, but I quickly grew to love it, and I was impressed at the value, not to mention the performance. The Helion Conquest 10MT XLR is remarkably stable, even at high speeds, and exhibits understeer when pushed to its limits, rather than rolling over to play dead.

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Dynamite Large Scale Work Stand

The cool side of a large scale vehicle is, of course, how large it is. It demands attention from your RC friends and onlookers. Its big stance tears up the ground as you bash on the machine without a care in the world.

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TLR/OGIO Pit Bag and Backpack

There is certainly no shortage in ways to transport your gear from your workshop to the track. There are hauler bags all the way to simple plastic totes you pick up from the big box stores. But if you are one of those racers who has to bring your gear to the track in the ultimate trendy transporter then you’ll want to check out the Team Losi Racing bags made in connection with OGIO.

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Reviewed – HobbyStar 120A 1/10 Competition Sensored ESC With Turbo and 540 Competition Brushless Sensored Motor

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The technology behind radio control vehicles and their respective electronics has grown exponentially over the past several years. I mean, if someone told me back when I was building my first vehicle, a Tamiya Falcon, that I would be able …

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