RC Traxxas Slash 4x4 / Jammin SCRT10 Bashing, Racing, Jumping Fun
Some fun with the:
-Traxxas Slash 4x4 Ultimate
How to build the drift-tires: http://youtu.be/5WrK-tIIIjw
We got the cars at http://www.amainhobbies.com/
Music is in the credtis
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4WD - A1-Final - RCCJKL:n Kerhomestaruuskilpailu 2011
Get started on electric rc-racing: http://amzn.to/b4-1RTR
See http://www.finRC.com for more videos, photos and team news!
RC Club Jyväskylä: Indoors Club Championship Race 2011.
How i Built my RC Offroad track
I created this video from the pictures taken of the Offroad RC track being
made. i ccompiled it all in sony vegas pro 9.
it took around 2 days of solid work to complete, but it was well worth the
if you are wanting to make a similar rc track, think about what you want to
do and just do it!!! i sat around thinking about it for the past year. and
i am so glad i set my mind to design and build a track!
the track is 4ft wide all the way around give or take 10 cm. whihc is the
correct width if you are on your own or planning to race with one or two
i currently own a Pureten alpha 1/10th scale touring car, have hopped up
fuel pipe,heels,tyres,fuel tank,bodyshell,shocks.
in the next few weeks i will be getting my Hot bodies stadium pro 2 truggy.
this is a 1/8th scale truggy. unfortunately i wount be running it probably
until christmas because it is a kit and does not include an engine, but i
will see how the budget goes.
hope you enjoy
backyard rc supercross
backyard rc supercross fun.
Peter Hickey(D4) Stephen Broadley(B44) Luke Rich(B44).
Camera Adam Rich.
Almost Killed by rc car
Tdizzy and I took a short trip south of Austin to check out a backyard
track. While filming the first portion of the video I jumped over the
remote control nitro buggy. You can see it at the end of the video.
Radio-controlled (or RC) cars are usually categorized as either "toy" or
"hobby" grade. Remote control vehicles are usually of one of two types:
control of a vehicle by radio transmission or by a wire connecting between
the transmitter and car. This article focuses on the radio-controlled
vehicle category, both toy and hobby grades.
Cars are powered by various sources. Electric rc cars are powered by small
but powerful electric motors and rechargeable nickel-cadmium, nickel metal
hydride, or lithium polymer cells. There are also brushed or brushless
electric motors. Most fuel-powered models use glow plug engines, small
internal combustion engines fueled by a special mixture of nitromethane,
methanol, and oil (in most cases a blend of castor oil and synthetic oil).
These are referred to as "nitro" rc cars. Recently, exceptionally large
models have been introduced that are powered by small gasoline engines,
similar to weedwhacker motors, which use a mix of oil and gasoline.
Electric rc cars are generally considered easier for the novice to work
with compared to fuel-driven models, but can be equally as complex at the
higher budget and skill levels.
In both of these categories, both on-road and off-road vehicles are
available. Off-road models, which are built with fully-functional off-road
suspensions, can be used on various types of terrain. In comparison,
on-road cars, which generally have a limited or non-existent suspension,
are strictly limited to smooth, paved surfaces.
More track videos - http://www.youtube.com/yllug
Griz11's video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGclFmhqV-c
Charger, Kevin Burnett has backyard RC track built by Joey Christensen -