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Posted 21 June 2013 - 06:49 PM

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 06:52 PM

I had a Sprint 2 drift and currently an HB Cyclone TC.Futaba remote and a cheap servo.

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 02:43 PM

Really, nobody else?

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 02:51 PM

I'm looking at getting a hooby grade R/C car any suggestions?

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 02:59 PM

Well what kind of car are you looking for? On-Road or Off?

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 05:06 PM

On road like street racing style car.

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Posted 24 June 2013 - 05:31 PM

Sprint 2 sounds up your alley, if you wanna build stuff buy a tt01

And looks like I purchased an XV01.

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 08:26 AM

What do you think about these two? http://www.google.co...ed=0CJEBEPMCMAU http://www.google.co...ved=0CHoQ8wIwAw

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 09:28 AM

The difference is the body, it's up to you for that. But yes the sprint 2 rtr is good.

Edit: actually the 350z is drift spec so you will not be able to race it without a tire change. Go with the falken one.

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 03:29 PM

Use to race but bailed out once I moved to maine. There isn't really anywhere you can drive them unless I go to canada. If anyone is interested in getting a team sc10, t4, xxxbk2, and a ofna buggie I got them for sale. Also got the electronics for sale.
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Posted 25 June 2013 - 04:27 PM

What do you think about these two? http://www.google.co...ed=0CJEBEPMCMAU http://www.google.co...ved=0CHoQ8wIwAw


what is your pricepoint?

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 11:21 AM

 

What do you think about these two? http://www.google.co...ed=0CJEBEPMCMAU http://www.google.co...ved=0CHoQ8wIwAw


what is your pricepoint?

 

Hobby grade but I don't want to go broke.....I already have tournament paintball so it's kind fo pricey


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Posted 04 July 2013 - 05:13 PM

I really like the Team Associated TC4 plastic chassy tubs for your price range. The good thing about the tc4 is that there are parts everywhere for it, you can put what ever you want for a radio, brushless set up, and servo that you like and have a car that you can actually race that will still be competitive with if you step up to that level


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Posted 15 July 2013 - 07:06 PM

I want to get into RC stuff honestly. It'd be a great way to pass my time when I have nothing to do.

 

That being said, I need to make a decision between Off-Road R/C and Drift R/C. Honestly, I'd prefer Drift R/C, but I doubt any of my friends would like to join me on that. One of my friends has a Hobby Grade off-road R/C (thing goes like 20 - 30 mph.) and it's pretty badass. I'd get both, but the hobby grade stuff is fucking expensive. LOL. It evens out to being worth it though, because they can go pretty fast. Is it possible to find a car that can do either? I was able to drift my friend's Off-Road R/C, but only for like 3 seconds at a time. Not long enough to satisfy...

 

That also being said, Someone help me decide between Brushed and Brushless. I looked at the differences online, but I can't exactly figure out which one is better. They have their pros and cons. Also, where's a good place online to buy the R/Cs themselves and parts? I found www.nitrorcx.com. Any word on them?


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Posted 15 July 2013 - 08:08 PM

Brushless requires a specific ESC. NitroRCX cars have proprietary parts on them that are only available on their store.

 

Stay away from most HPI stuff too, they tend to go proprietary on a minority of parts.

 

I recommend a Tamiya. RTR is what you want but Tamiya is best in kits. Kits require electronics and sometimes bodies.



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Posted 16 July 2013 - 11:21 AM

I want to get into RC stuff honestly. It'd be a great way to pass my time when I have nothing to do.

 

That being said, I need to make a decision between Off-Road R/C and Drift R/C. Honestly, I'd prefer Drift R/C, but I doubt any of my friends would like to join me on that. One of my friends has a Hobby Grade off-road R/C (thing goes like 20 - 30 mph.) and it's pretty badass. I'd get both, but the hobby grade stuff is fucking expensive. LOL. It evens out to being worth it though, because they can go pretty fast. Is it possible to find a car that can do either? I was able to drift my friend's Off-Road R/C, but only for like 3 seconds at a time. Not long enough to satisfy...

 

That also being said, Someone help me decide between Brushed and Brushless. I looked at the differences online, but I can't exactly figure out which one is better. They have their pros and cons. Also, where's a good place online to buy the R/Cs themselves and parts? I found www.nitrorcx.com. Any word on them?

Do you really want a on road type car? You are limited to where you can go with on road cars. If you get something like a traxxax slash you can go most places off road and you can tune them to be not so bad on tar and you can slam the shit out off traxxas cars.

 

You can look into rally cars but tires are a bitch to find and you end up fucking rally cars up pretty quickly trying to go off road.


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Posted 16 July 2013 - 05:54 PM

Brushless requires a specific ESC. NitroRCX cars have proprietary parts on them that are only available on their store.

 

Stay away from most HPI stuff too, they tend to go proprietary on a minority of parts.

 

I recommend a Tamiya. RTR is what you want but Tamiya is best in kits. Kits require electronics and sometimes bodies.

 

Now, you see. I'm new to R/C stuff and I have no idea what those acronyms are. Help me out here man.

 

Are you suggesting to stay away from NitroRCX entirely? iirc, on their website, there seemed to be a lot of different brands. Are they actually asking the manufacturer of each brand to make parts a specific way? Or is it that they own the brands shown on their websites and make it that way themselves? 

 

 

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Do you really want a on road type car? You are limited to where you can go with on road cars. If you get something like a traxxax slash you can go most places off road and you can tune them to be not so bad on tar and you can slam the shit out off traxxas cars.

 

You can look into rally cars but tires are a bitch to find and you end up fucking rally cars up pretty quickly trying to go off road.

 

 

It's not like I'm going to go in the grass with it. I have quite a big area I could drift it around in my house. Plus, There's quite a big following around where I live. You'll see R/C Hobby Stores around here quite a bit. It's pretty popular.

 

I found some Rally cars that go off road according to a video I watched. They were driving in a gravel area (think of it like a baseball field. That kind of gravel.) and they were drifting the cars pretty well. Made me want to buy one. Problem is, I have no where like that area to go to unless I'd risk trespassing, something I'm not really willing to do. How would going off road fuck them up? You'd think they were meant to go off road. Unless you're referring to fucking up the body plastic, I don't exactly how I'd mess up the car entirely.


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Posted 16 July 2013 - 06:12 PM

 

Brushless requires a specific ESC. NitroRCX cars have proprietary parts on them that are only available on their store.

 

Stay away from most HPI stuff too, they tend to go proprietary on a minority of parts.

 

I recommend a Tamiya. RTR is what you want but Tamiya is best in kits. Kits require electronics and sometimes bodies.

 

Now, you see. I'm new to R/C stuff and I have no idea what those acronyms are. Help me out here man.

 

Are you suggesting to stay away from NitroRCX entirely? iirc, on their website, there seemed to be a lot of different brands. Are they actually asking the manufacturer of each brand to make parts a specific way? Or is it that they own the brands shown on their websites and make it that way themselves? 

 

 

Haha I'm sorry it's just habit.

 

ESC means Electronic Speed Control. It is the "brain", if you will. Brushless motors run on magnets instead of brushes, so the need a specific "brain" to tell them how to run. Good brushless setups cost a bunch.

HPI is just a brand, Hobby Products international.

RTR Means Ready to run, you have a battery, controller, and car. Just need to charge and then run.

 

A kit is a car that you build from scratch, similar to a model kit. You will need to buy the "brain" (speed control, commonly referred to as "speedo" or "ESC"), a controller and reciever (sometimes included with controller), a motor, servo, and most commonly a body.

 

NitroRCX carries OEM products IIRC.

A figurative and completely hypothetical example

 

Let's say you want to purchase a drift car on a budget, and have narrowed it down to 2 cars. One car is made in China, from some obscure brand. You don't know what it is, and how it performs so you don't want to purchase it. You see NitroRCX carries a MadSpeed Drift and it's only a couple bucks more, but comes from somewhere reputable. You get it and are happy with your purchase. Eventually, you become curious, and purchase the chinese one for shits and giggles. You find out that it's the EXACT same thing as the NitroRCX car you purchased awhile ago.

 

What I believe they do is purchase OEM products and then market it as their own brand. I could be wrong but the parts are still proprietary.

 

TL;DR version: It's the 2nd choice. Rule of thumb, if you haven't heard of it too much it's probably worth it to stay away until it gets more traffic.

 

 

If you really want to get started on some common RC Terminology, here's a couple.

 

ESC: Electronic Speed Control- Controls the motor speed and direction

Servo: It operates your steering linkage, allowing your wheels to turn

Steering Linkage: It's what makes your wheels turn with the help of your servo.

Transmitter: Sometimes referred to as the remote, it sends the signal to the reciever to control the car

Reciever: The servo and ESC are plugged into here. Signals are recieved from the transmitter and sent to the electronics.

Brushless: Sometimes referred to as BL, it is a magnetic propelled motor that requires a specific ESC, and can propel the car at higher speeds than with a brushed motor

Brushed: Standard motor, the brushes will wear out after awhile and is usually thrown out if included with a car. Can use with any ESC except for Brushless ESC. Lower RPM.



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Posted 16 July 2013 - 11:02 PM

 

 

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Do you really want a on road type car? You are limited to where you can go with on road cars. If you get something like a traxxax slash you can go most places off road and you can tune them to be not so bad on tar and you can slam the shit out off traxxas cars.

 

You can look into rally cars but tires are a bitch to find and you end up fucking rally cars up pretty quickly trying to go off road.

 

 

It's not like I'm going to go in the grass with it. I have quite a big area I could drift it around in my house. Plus, There's quite a big following around where I live. You'll see R/C Hobby Stores around here quite a bit. It's pretty popular.

 

I found some Rally cars that go off road according to a video I watched. They were driving in a gravel area (think of it like a baseball field. That kind of gravel.) and they were drifting the cars pretty well. Made me want to buy one. Problem is, I have no where like that area to go to unless I'd risk trespassing, something I'm not really willing to do. How would going off road fuck them up? You'd think they were meant to go off road. Unless you're referring to fucking up the body plastic, I don't exactly how I'd mess up the car entirely.

 

Going with a rally car it has its limitations and you will hit those limitations more quickly than you would expect. I live in maine and was in my rc prime when I was living in new hampshire and you don't really have much tar around but you have plenty of dirt to drive around in. Most of the terrain was rough and you would at least need a stadium truck style vehicle to drive around. If drifting is a big thing in your area, have people to drift with, and you have plenty of road to drive then go for it. For my area it was dirt and carpet track racing.


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Posted 17 July 2013 - 09:49 PM

Yeah, I'm from the city. A big one at that. Houston to be exact. You'd imagine the legit street racers and their actual drifting in the city. Kind of like Fast & The Furious, but not that extreme. 

 

I'll probably end up going either Short course truck or rally car for off roading.

 

What websites do you guys use to buy your cars/parts? I can't find a good one and my local hobby stores don't have what I'm looking for.


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Posted 18 July 2013 - 12:01 AM

towerhobbies is going to most likely your best option. Not having a hobby shop that doesn't carry you are looking for is kind of concerning. If you end up breaking your car you are shit out of luck for about a week. I went with team asscoiated, team losi, and traxxas because everyone around me carried parts by those brands and they were highly reputable brands. If I broke one of my cars all I would have to do is head down the street or on track day pick up parts and I would be back up and running.

 

How far is porter texas from you? mikes hobby shop looks like they could hook you up with a onroad setup. I'm basically going by shops that have on road tracks.


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Posted 18 July 2013 - 12:59 PM

When I say they aren't carrying what I'm looking for, I'm saying they don't have cars I like. That's all. They have all the parts and everything, but they're missing cars I like.

 

It's about an hour to Porter. I live on the south side of Houston. Not saying I wouldn't drive there, but that's still quite a drive.


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Posted 22 July 2013 - 08:31 PM

Robitronics scalpel (castle sidewinder)

Ofna jammin crt.5 truggy converted to brushless (castle mamba max)

Fast as fuck mini t (castle mamba 25)

And a castle powered tc4 that runs somewhere around 90mph on 8s.

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 05:54 AM

I had a sidewinder system for my T4. I'm also a big fan of novack. I remember way back when I had a novack rooster as a speed controller and a 17turn trinity speed gem motor for my OG rustler.


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Posted 29 July 2013 - 12:04 PM

I'm looking at getting a not over 200$ RC plane any suggestions?


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Posted 30 July 2013 - 11:34 AM

I don't know much about planes but what I do know is that you don't want to go cheep on the radio. I think you can get a balsa wood kit for $40ish without any electronics or a motor.


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 04:43 PM

kinda happy this club exists... as i've been thinking about getting into the RC car world as of late....

 

what i really want is a rock crawler rc car, like the traxxas summit... high and low range gearing, 4x4, with locking diffs... but, i am not a fan of the electric, even the brushless, motors... would rather go nitro... 

 

so, my questions is, are there any nitro 4x4 rock crawlers out there in the 1/10th scale?


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 07:38 PM

OEF, I don't think they've made rock crawlers into a Nitro type vehicle yet. You could try converting an electric one to nitro.



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 07:43 PM

found this... its a start

 

http://www.hpiracing.../en/part/104632


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 11:07 PM

that looks like it's just a body, if I'm not mistaken.



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 11:17 PM

yeah, that was the jeep body for the savage XL....  this bad boy... http://www.hpiracing.com/en/kit/104248


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Posted 18 August 2013 - 11:24 PM

While technically not a rock crawler, I don't think you would have a problem converting it into one.

IMO though, HPI Is not worth buying for a lot of reasons, I'm not sure if the savage uses proprietary parts or not but I'm willing to bet it has at least a couple on it.

 

You could probably find a torn down monster truck on Craigslist and convert that into a rock crawler if you're willing to do it.



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 11:48 PM

the more i look into it the more i am finding that the traxxas summit may be the way to go... then just replace as much of the polymer parts for aluminum....


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