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Saturday, May 25, 2024

RCD Staff

Tips for Selling Your RC Stuff

Whatever your reasons for selling your RC equipment, be it to fund the next RC or to liquidate altogether, there are many different ways you can find buyers. I have been in this hobby for more than 30 years and I have used pretty much every source for selling off my personal RC stuff.

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RCD Stuff

More Cool Stuff From the Parts Guys out in the RC Car and Truck

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Duratrax Li-24 2S-4S LiPo Charger Review

Duratrax now offers one of the most affordable, easy-to-use chargers on the market, making it the perfect upgrade to any basic RTR charger, or a nice backup to throw in your bag and not worry about.

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How To: Parma Speedflo 2.0 Body Gets an Explosive Look!

Now I have one of the lightweight Parma: Speedflo 2.0 Body versions, I just need to slap a paint job in it so I can see how it drives!

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Set up a Nitro Starter Box

Getting your nitro car or truck up and running with a new starter box properly can save you time and frustration down the road. There’s nothing like having a flame-out and seeing your pit crew struggling to get your car restarted on an ill-prepared starter box.

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Latrax SST Keegan Kincaid Edition

After Traxxas introduced the LaTrax line of surface vehicles with the Rally we all knew other vehicles would follow. There are now three 1/18-scale entry-level LaTrax RTRs to choose from: The Rally, the Teton MT and now the SST to take care of the stadium truck/short course fans.

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Arrma Fury BLS

Arrma has a history of making some seriously tough vehicles capable of handling the worst of conditions with ease and they even include a variety of power options for beginners to experts.

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Nitro Decisions

I’m interested in a new nitro 1/8 scale 4WD and researching some options. Right now I’m looking at the Serpent Cobra, Tekno NB-48, HPI Trophy 3.5 or 4.6 and Hot Bodies D812-D8T. Can you give me some info on these vehicles and their addresses so I can contact them with some further questions?

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Review: Vaterra Twin Hammers Kit

Prior to the release of the ready to run Twin Hammers off-road rock racer from the people over at Vaterra many people had no idea what Ultra4, sometimes known as Unlimited Four Wheel Drive racing was all about.

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Review: Hitec Lynx 4S

Hitec isn’t a name that generally pops up in conversations about surface radio gear, and that’s because they haven’t put any new radios out in a while. I actually used to race with an older Hitec CRX Aggressor radio which was as reliable as they come and customer service was top notch.

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Deep Snow No Go

Hi Tony, What is best in deep snow; 4WD with paddles (or tracks) or 2WD with skis & paddles (or tracks)? Also, are you going to print a 5B motor rebuild article?

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VRX Racing Desert Truck

You may remember VRX Racing from the September 2014 issue in which I reviewed two of their off-road vehicles. They are fantastic offerings and had many features that reminded me of high-end racing vehicles.

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Schelle Free Spin Axles For The SC10

One of the easiest ways to pick up speed is to reduce friction and binding, which is exactly what Schelle Racing Innovations, the brainchild of Kurt Wenger, looks to accomplish with their new Freespin front axles.

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RCD Paint Plus: Yeah Racing – Tron Led Wire

Usually when we see new product in the hobby world, it is based on full-scale automotive or other existing technology. While I'm sure the technology is out there, this month I have something I've never seen before. I would guess that between the original and the remake, most of us have seen one of the versions of the movie Tron

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RCD Stuff

Cool Stuff from: Boom Racing, Dynamite Rc, Nova Rossi, Rrp (Robinson Racing Products), Schelle Racing Innovations, Maximus

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