Tamiya “Scorches” the Vintage World

To all those 30-somethings who used to play with toy cars when they were younger and want to pretend they are 9-years old again; Tamiya is celebrating their 30th anniversary of the Sand Scorcher with an improved re-release of t...
by Jeff Eveleigh
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AE goes Retrograde and brings back the TC4?

If you’re into on-road racing, you should know that the current race chassis from AE is a TC6.1, so when you look at the release of a new TC4 you might scratch your head. If you’ve priced out some of the current on-...
by Derek Buono
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Mugen Seiki MBX7TR Eco Review – Velocity RC Cars Magazine

Issue #27 of Velocity RC Cars Magazine will feature the full review of the Mugen Seiki MBX7TR ECO. We spent a day with the legendary Adam Drake and put the big truggy to the test. Despite a mostly US popularity in the class the...
by Derek Buono
 

 

 

Pro-line’s 1973 Ford Bronco

Pro-line has just released a totally trick body for your Axial Wraith. This 1973 Bronco features removable door panels, so you can crawl with options. It comes ready to paint and you can top it off with all your favorite scale ...
by Derek Buono
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TRF419XR – Nice Tamiya Plug

TAMIYA TRF419XR The latest iteration of Tamiya’s high-end Touring chassis got some minor tweaks focused on increasing corner speed and steering response. A mature class like this doesn’t require many updates but spe...
by Jeff Eveleigh
 

 
 

AKA EVO Truggy Tires – MT beads are gone

Monster Trucks have been around in RC since the early days. Midnight Pumpkin, Big Brute, and Clod Buster all defined what monster truck tires were – which eventually poured over into Truggy tire design. The T-Maxx made ra...
by Derek Buono
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