Even though the “point” of RC is to drive the vehicle, the sad reality is that we actually spend more time waiting for the battery to charge than actually driving. Down-time between runs, however, should be looked at as a great opportunity to do something productive and efficient with your time. The next time you [...]
RC is definitely a cultish hobby. The average person has no idea what RC is about, and when they do, they assume it is a Tyco or Nikko car that can be purchased at Target for $50. But as we well know, RC is far from a cheap toy. Those involved in RC are obsessed [...]
Short Course is the hottest segment in RC and this special issue has a wide variety of tech, hop up and how-to content that you won’t find anywhere else! * Expert how-to’s including LiPo maintenance and tuning large scale gasoline engines * Tech articles explaining ESCs and 4-pole motors * Three project vehicles * Tuning [...]
From the editors of RC Car Action, the latest issue of our must-have magazine takes the most exciting segment in RC to the next level. With project vehicles becoming faster and more powerful, everyone is looking to build the best truck possible. From tires and bodies, to power packs and radios, RC Short Course will [...]
When most people start out in RC, they use a mix of the tools included with their vehicle and tools they have around the house such as a couple screwdrivers and maybe a pair of pliers. Most kits include inexpensive L-shaped hex-wrenches that quickly round out, strip screws and cause frustration.
Racing can be a little intimidating if you’ve never competed with your RC car before, but with a little knowledge you’ll know exactly what to do, and you’ll have a lot more fun. If you have raced, there is some good stuff here for you, too. Have fun, show good sportsmanship, and try to avoid [...]