“Name That Old RC Car” is recurring feature that always gets plenty of buzz on our Facebook page. Can you ID this week’s wayback buggy? Here’s a hint: it’s NOT a Tamiya, Kyosho, Associated, Losi, or Traxxas! Photos courtesy Inet RC, go there now for more pics of this wild ride!
Today’s smartphones shoot sharper, brighter, larger pics than ever, with plenty of resolution even for print reproduction—which means you’ve got all the camera you need to submit shots to our Readers’ Rides section. But, as with any camera, it’s the person behind the lens that makes a great shot—all the camera does is capture it. [...]
This is pretty rad…authentic engine sound for electric RC vehicles! Sense Innovations ESS (Engine Sound Simulator) Pro gives your battery blaster realistic start-up, idle, revving, and shut-down sounds, all proportional to throttle position as you drive–the video says it all. And you can even get different sounds! “More engine sounds and effects such as turbos, [...]
You want scale builds? We got scale builds. Back in our May 2010 issue, we collected the best of Crawl Canada’s Scale Throwdown contest trucks for you to feast your eyes upon, and they’re still some of the must stunning scale off-roaders we’ve ever seen. Click images to enlarge
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Regular readers will recall this Traxxas Stampede 4X4 “project” build from our 2012 Buyers’ Guide special issue. Click the pics to enlarge and enjoy. For full digital access to RC Car Action back issues and special issues, sign up for our Premium website here.
Big news here, as Vaterra has just announced its first scale/trail platform. Dubbed the Ascender, the new model is making its debut as a clear-body kit with a very nicely executed Chevrolet K5 Blazer shell. Frame rails are steel and configured to offer four wheelbase options, and the solid-axle suspension features a 4-link rear end [...]
From our January 2013 issue comes this eye-popping Kevin Jowett creation, based on Tamiya’s legendary Sand Scorcher. Lots of great detail here, and it couldn’t look more killer. Read RC Car Action online! Click here for a Digital Edition or Print + Digital subscription today Click the pics to enlarge