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Nothing draws a crowd like a Traxxas stunt demo. When you see the Traxxas team in action at a the RCX show, TORC, NHRA or any of the other events Traxxas attends, you’ll see E-Revos, Slash 4X4s, Stampede 4X4s and other favorites airing out and performing mid-air acrobatics that would make Travis Pastrana proud. Many [...]
Friend of the mag Norm Zondervan has built some of our favorite machines, and his ’73 Bronco from our March 2014 issue is a favorite. Built on a modded Axial SCX10 chassis and outfitted with RC4WD and Pro-Line gear, the topper is a Tamiya body that’s as well-detailed as any hard ABS shell but is [...]
Not much in the way of info on this one, but as the graphic below confirms, ARRMA will have an “XL” version of the Raider buggy, which should be about 1/8 scale. The new model will reportedly arrive in BLX trim with brushless power, and will hit stores mid-January, so we should get more details soon. For [...]
Kyle Taylor sent us a bunch of photos from his collection, and one of the coolest was this shot of his RC4WD Trail Finder 2 with the Mojave hard body done up like a classic desert racer. Kyle upgraded his Trail Finder with the addition of RC4WD’s Warn winch. A Novak Rooster Crawler Edition speed [...]
A convoy of toy cars on a mission to get fresh batteries to a talking teddy bear is attacked by a malevolent monster truck and its drone henchmen–there’s something you don’t see every day. Nice post-production work in this toys-come-to-life video–see if you can ID the hobby-brand cars undercover in this clip. Fun to watch, [...]
Winter is upon us, and much of the country has already received its first snow. That’s no problem for Jared Blight, who rigged his Tamiya Toyota HiLux HiLift with a set of RC4WD Predator tracks to handle the worst that winter can throw his way in his native Canada where deep snow is just part [...]
Coming soon, available for 1:10 buggy front and rear in both 2.2” and 2.4” VTR versions, says Pro-Line. If you want to street your buggy or you’re racing on a slick-friendly track, these gumballs look like the hot ticket. Expect an official release soon.