Baja Beach Blaster

Dec 31, 2012 2 Comments by

As a brand that is synonymous with quality and durability, Duratrax is a no-brainer when it comes time to buy a radio-controlled vehicle. Their extensive R&D, great customer service, and product tech ensures the highest quality and trouble-free fun when you get your new Duratrax home. The Duratrax VW Baja Bug is a great all-around RC vehicle; it’s basic enough for the beginner and has scale looks and everything the advanced enthusiast is looking for as well. Let’s take a look at all the key points of this awesome vehicle and see why it’s sure to be one of the newest additions to your wish list.

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2 Responses to “Baja Beach Blaster”

  1. Robert Henebry says:

    Dear RCCA,

    I am an avid fan of Duratrax; mainly the Evader series. The Bx, EXB, ST, EXT, EXT2 and Evader Brushless just to name a few. I find they are very easy to maintain, parts are a breeze to install, and the over all generality of craftsmanship that is incorporated into each and everyone is unsurpassed. My only complaint is why did they uncharacteristically discontinue both the BX/EXB? They were 2 distinctly styled and extremely areodynamic buggies that deserved a better fate. As far as the ‘Baja Beach Blaster’ goes, that is next on my wish list!! As always, you guys do a phenominal job….keep up the rave reviews…:o)

    • Erich Reichert says:

      Hi Robert. The buggies were pretty awesome. I think the argument to be made is that buggies aren’t as popular as truck in the US so they went with the trucks instead. I reviewed the Evader BL last year and I still enjoying playing with it at my house. If you’re looking for a buggy, check out Duratrax’s 1/8 e-buggy. It’s pretty cool and I think you’ll find it’s price in the same range.

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