Check out this sweet drift video from YouTube user Alexander McC. We don’t see to many videos of 1/10 scale drifters, but here it is.. BONUS VIDEO: We have two videos for you this week, in this second one, a few guys take their cars to the park and send them into loops. Don’t get to [...]
How To Break In A Nitro Motor – Use The Track – Tested Bess Method By Lito Reyes If you’re a nitro-head like most of us at RC Car Action, there’s one thing you absolutely can’t avoid—breaking in your engine. A lot of mills have come through our offices and needless to say, we’ve heard [...]
YouTube user SpeeedErik has put together this great mix. The video is titled “Car Bashing and racing ~Lots of spring fun~” and it’s a great visual. Below the video is a list of the cars in the video. Spring started so it’s time to bash! Cars: -1:16 Traxxas E-Revo VXL with some upgrades, running on 7,2v [...]
by Jeremy Losaw When people think short course, they are usually talking about 1/10 scale, if not 1/8, or even 1/5 scale, but there is another breed of SCT that can be just as exciting to drive. The 1/16- and 1/18-scale minis are small, light and fast, but requires a little bit of different tuning [...]
Most of our featured videos are fast paced, with lots of action….this video is a little different, gives you a different perspective about RC Cars and RC Racing. Check out this slow motion RC road cars. It’s actually a beautiful sight watching these cars flow like they do. Enjoy!
Custom Works Outlaw: This killer-looking CW sprint car runs on the asphalt at Hobby Central in Pensacola, FL, and is John’s tribute to his father Jack who used to race full-size midgets and sprints. John decked his Outlaw out with every Custom Works upgrade and powered it with a Novak 10.5 Ballistic brushless motor and Edge [...]
Quick Pins: Losing body pins can be one of the most frustrating things to happen during a day out with an RC car. To keep my pins from getting lost, I glue a small magnet to my body. When I remove the pins, I just put them on the magnet so they do not get lost. [...]