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  • NEW 2019 Arrma Outcast, Notorious and Kraton RC Cars

    If you like RC bashers and stunt trucks, you’ll love what we have just received – the new 2019 Spec Arrma RC cars as well as a restock of the Losi Super Rock Rey. We’re going to go through a few of these models and show some highlights. Arrma's 2019 Talion Truggy There have been many upgrades to the Arrma Talion 2019 RC Truggy, but first, we will cover the new radio system. The Talion has moved to a Spektrum based radio system using the STX2 controller which contains some great features, including a throttle limiting switch that you can adjust to 50%, 75% and 100% throttle. This feature is ideal for less experienced drivers limiting them to speeds where the RC car is easier to control. Once...

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  • New Arrma Infraction RC Street Basher

    We went down to the Hallett Cove Skate Park to shoot some footage with the Arrma Infraction. We were lucky enough to get a sample of this remote control car to put it through its paces, and let us tell you, it is an amazing car! Phenomenal performance, phenomenal speed - the RC car will smoke the tyres doing donuts it has that much power and torque. We were probably putting it in a place where it shouldn't be, jumping and bashing it, doing everything that you probably wouldn't want to do to a car that you have just purchased, but we did to see what it can handle and it has come through beautifully with no damage aside from some scuffs to the body...

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  • What is Active Vehicle Control (AVC) in RC Cars?

    AVC, What’s all that about? Ever had an R/C car that was too fast to drive in a straight line? Struggled on loose surfaces? Lost the back end going around corners? Well not to worry, Spektrum has you covered with its proprietary AVC (Active Vehicle Control) technology, allowing beginner enthusiasts to control high powered cars with a level of precision that was previously unattainable. AVC works by utilizing accelerometer’s and sensors inside the receiver to give feedback about the cars movement and relative position. This feedback is then taken and turned into a steering and throttle input. The input will apply throttle and steering correction to keep the car pointing in the direction you choose, these corrections are made so fast that you’re unable to feel them whilst they work seamlessly behind the scenes to provide a driving experience that is precise and c...

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  • New Ford Raptor Replica at Modelflight

    If you're into RC cars and boats with incredible scale detail, power and performance, you've come to the right place. This week we cover the new RC Ford Raptor replica, Pro Boat airboat replica, Losi Night Crawler SE (Scale Edition) and the new TLR 22 5.0 Astro/Carpet Buggy Kit. Ford Raptor replica The Losi Ford Raptor Baja Rey Desert Truck is one of the hottest releases in the surface market for some time. It comes in two versions, the King Shocks (blue), and the Black Rhino (grey) version. This RC car is very similar to the existing 1/10 scale Baja Rey including all the scale detail for the licensed...

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  • FPV fun with the ECX Barrage UV Scaler

    FPV Rock Crawler from ECX Today we're going to bring you a bit of a close-up on a great product we have available from ECX - The Barrage UV Scaler. This is a 1/24 scale RC crawler with scale officially licensed tyres, dish wheels, LED lights, a detailed scale body, a functional 5th spare tyre and some other great features. There are two versions of this RC rock crawler available, FPV (First-Person-View) and...

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  • Can-Am Maverick X3 RC replica has arrived at Modelflight

    \ Axial Yeti Jr. Can-Am Replica Axial has teamed up with Can-Am to produce a realistic Maverick X3 rock racer in a 1/18th scale with a detailed Can-Am finish. This RC car comes with some great features and is ready to run out of the box. One of the big differences between this and previous Axial models is now that they're owned by Horizon Hobby some changes have been made to the electronic package. A Spektrum STX2 transmitter, receiver and a Spektrum servo are included as standard – it also uses a Dynamite 3...

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  • New ARRMA RC Cars at Modelflight

    New and improved 4WD RC bashers from ARRMA We're going to cover a couple of new releases from ARRMA that have just arrived – the Talion and Typhon. They're fantastic and exciting cars, so let's get into it and show you the differences between these 2019 specs and the older cars. The Talion and the Typhon 2019 Spec both have some updates from the previous 2018 version. The most notable updates are the change to a Spektrum radio system and the use of the new IC5 connectors. Like their predecessors, t...

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  • First RC Car - Getting Started

    So, you've just bought your new RC Car and are keen to begin your RC adventure! Before you get started, here are a few things you should know to help prevent damage and prolong the life of your car...

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  • Nitro vs Electric Powered RC Cars

    The Great Debate! Nitro vs Electric Power? What is right for YOU? The oldest argument in the book surrounding remote control cars is the choice of the power plant, the rev heads amongst us will say nitro is the only way to go for a realistic experience and the tech heads will back in the incredible performance of Electric brushless systems and the hassle-free nature of electric power. There are so many factors to consider when choosing a car and the type of power system that car runs will come down to a variety of factors. Ultimately the option you choose to go with will be dependent on the experience you wish to have and the time you wish to dedicate to the R/C hobby, let’s break down some of the Pros and Cons of both options...

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  • STEM Education and the use of Radio Control (RC) Products

    STEM is an acronym that stands for four increasingly relevant academic disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Rather than teach each area separately, STEM education integrates these disciplines for use in real-life applications and the use of RC related products can add a fun element that students can relate to. Remote Control toys are not only fun to play with, but they’re also a great way to educate students about robotics, mechanics and how to build and design. It is a great way to develop a student’s senses, mechanical and learning skills to promote their hand-eye coordination and problem-solving ability. They can be used to encourage them to work together as a team, thus enhancing their social and communication skills. Model Fli...

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