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Skip Miller’s Toyota Truck – RPP Hobby Customer Build

Skip Miller’s Toyota Truck – RPP Hobby Customer Build

Posted by on Jul 2, 2019 in Tech | 0 comments

We love seeing what customers do with the parts they buy from us. Everyone has a different vision for their ultimate trail rig. One of the greatest things about this hobby is the diversity of rigs you see on the trail. In the scale trail world you are only limited by your imagination! We’ve enjoyed seeing the evolution of Skip Miller’s Toyota...

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Scale R/C Wheels, Tires, and Foams – Inside Out

Scale R/C Wheels, Tires, and Foams – Inside Out

Posted by on May 1, 2019 in Tech | 2 comments

We get asked a lot of questions about R/C wheels, tires, and foams. There is a lot of good info out there on forums and social media that can be helpful. Some articles will leave you with more questions than answers. In this article, we will go over some tips and tricks for selecting the proper set-up for your scale R/C vehicle. There are numerous...

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Traxxas TRX-4 Ford Bronco RTR – Inside Look and Video

Traxxas TRX-4 Ford Bronco RTR – Inside Look and Video

Posted by on Mar 27, 2019 in Tech | 0 comments

As most of you probably know Traxxas has been a leader in the R/C industry for years with their monster trucks and ballistically fast brushless truggies. And we are also guessing most of you know Traxxas stepped away from their speedy ways when they recently released the TRX-4 RTR R/C Rock Crawler. In true Traxxas style they hit it out of the park with...

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Redcat Racing – Gen8 Scout II RTR – First Look and Video

Redcat Racing – Gen8 Scout II RTR – First Look and Video

Posted by on Mar 6, 2019 in Tech | 0 comments

The scale R/C craze is alive and well! Redcat Racing recently released their new Gen8 Scout II RTR with a slew of new features, most notably portal axles. If you are not familiar with the term “portal axles” if refers to the solid axles as having extra gear reduction at all four corners. Basically each axle end has its own “gearbox”...

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