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RC4WD Trail Finder 2 RTR – Bobbing the Bed

RC4WD Trail Finder 2 RTR – Bobbing the Bed

Posted by on Oct 28, 2019 in Tech | 0 comments

We are always looking for ways to improve performance with any R/C vehicle. Those modifications can come in many different forms, with many different price tags. There are also ways to improve performance by putting time in making personal modifications to fit specific needs. We love wheeling our RC4WD Trail Finder 2 RTR! The super scale body, axles, and...

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Cross-RC FR4 Demon RTR – First Look and Trail Run Video

Cross-RC FR4 Demon RTR – First Look and Trail Run Video

Posted by on May 29, 2019 in Tech | 0 comments

The scale R/C scene is growing by leaps and bounds right now! There seems to be a flood of new trucks, manufacturers, and even some well respected names diving into the scale off road market. Cross-RC has thrown their hat in the ring with a few scale trucks and accessories. In this article we will give you an in depth look at the Cross RC FR4 Demon RTR....

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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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