I use a pair of worn-out pantyhose for a chassis cover. The nylon fits snugly over the chassis, keeps most of the dirt out, and allows the heat from the motor and ESC to escape. Gerry Glenn Latham, NY See more pit tips in the October issue of RC Car Action.
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Ty Tessman dominated the ROAR Off-road Fuel Nationals last month in Pennsylvania and we got an exclusive up close and personal with Ty and both of his Hotbodies vehicles he used to win. Ty and his father Gord are notorious for building one off parts and testing some top secret stuff for HB. Here’s a [...]
Traxxas E-Maxx: Joe has us all seeing red with this amazing E-Maxx with an Ultimate Engineering Super Maxx conversation. He spent the last couple of years collecting parts to build this truck using an insane amount of UE aluminum parts. Inside, a Hitec 5990TG servo steers all [...]
Tire foam inserts have a tendency to come out of the package with a crease in them. I have found that putting them in the dryer for a few minutes gets rid of the creases, and gets them back to their original shape. It also makes trimming them easier, too. Rob Langone ›› Clarksville, TN
words Kevin Hetmanski Photos Hope Mccall The SC10 is one of Team Associated’s most popular vehicles. It offers up great performance, lots of tuning options and great looks that are appealing to both racers and bashers. A lot of the DNA of the SC10 is borrowed from the company’s T4 2WD off-road electric truck. Naturally, [...]
Tamiya TT01 Type E: How cool is this Crimson Fury replica built by Chris Holden? Chris loves Twisted Metal AND RC Car Action so much that as soon as he was finished building the car, he sent in this awesome shot of his creation. Underneath that Tamiya Ferrari [...]