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.
The O.S. Engine 21XR-B nitro engine has been engineered to deliver maximum performance with minimal effort, while still being an affordable alternative for the up-and-coming off-roader. Proven O.S. technology ensures steady power. Ideal for any 1/8 scale buggy. Plus, the O.S. 21XR-B can be upgraded with many of the 21XZ-B’s parts for greater performance as a driver’s skills increase.
Scale RC has been around for a while, but RC4WD has really taken their new Armageddon 1/14th hydraulic dump truck to a whole new level! Armageddon is one of the most powerful R/C hydraulic dump truck available today. Highly detailed base on European style dump truck. Engineered specifically for the tough demands of transporting gravel, sand, asphalt, snow, wood chips or rocks.
Proline Racing just released a new body for the Traxxas Mini E-Revo that may just be the first RC body that's made me want and go buy a new R/C just to put this body on it - the Proline Rat Rod body!
The Rat Rod is bringing the old-school custom craze to the RC world with a low profile soft top Roadster with a large front grill and round head lights – perfect for impressing your friends.