T-Maxx front and rear bulkheads from RPM

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RPM Bulk Head for the T-Maxx in black

Better late than never... RPM has finally released front and rear bulkheads for the ever popular Traxxas T-Maxx and E-Maxx trucks. RPM has taken their trademark nylon and redesigned key areas of the Maxx bulk heads to reduce common stock bulkhead breakage. RPM also incorporates a series of lock nuts at the chassis and skid plate mounting holes to securely lock the bulkheads in place.

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FTW Phoenix body for 8ight-T

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FTW Phoenix body front

FTW Racing has released it's new line of truggy bodies, the FTW Phoenix which has been designed to fit the Losi 8ight-T 2.0 truggy. The FTW Phoenix is pure performance packaged in sinister chopped-top styling. Convention-defying style integrates an industry-standard downforce profile for the one-two punch of form and function that is standard-issue FTW.

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Proline pre-painted Flo-Tek Ford Raptor body

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Proline Pre-Painted Flo-Tek Body Blue

Now you can get a pre-painted Ford F-150 Raptor body from Proline Racing for your short course R/C truck. The Proline Flo-Tek Ford Raptor body comes hand pre-Painted and Partially Trimmed/Stickered Short Course body to get you to the track faster than ever before!

This body features ultra-low, sleek body lines and distinctive Ford® details blended with Flo-Tek technology that will make your short course truck look good going around the track!

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How to break-in a RC nitro engine

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I have seen a number of discussions that showcase stories of someone who didn’t think they needed to break in the engine before bashing their nitro RC car. Wrong!

Those people couldn’t be more mistaken. It literally only takes a couple hours and five tanks of gas, depending on your specific nitro engine and brand. Real car gasoline engines must be broken in, so why would anyone think a nitro engine would be different?

In this guide, we're going to share with you a proper way to break-in your nitro engine.

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