Category Archives: Budget

First Impressions: New Bright Trak Attak

First Impressions: New Bright Trak Attak

New Bright has always held a special place in my childhood memories. My first remote-controlled vehicle was a New Bright Corvette which I had gotten in the mid-1980’s. I can still remember the many Details and features that were built into it. Working headlights, including the iconic “pop-up” headlamp function, opening doors and a removable… Continue Reading

R/C Budget Buyer’s Guide: 17 Radios That Cost Less Than $100

R/C Budget Buyer’s Guide: 17 Radios That Cost Less Than $100

One of the most important components in your R/C lineup is your controller. No matter what activities you’re participating in, racing, drifting, crawling, or trailing, having a controller that is comfortable and feature-rich is crucial to your enjoyment of the hobby. While there is no limit to what you can invest in a new controller,… Continue Reading

Casey Bell Takes His Latest Build to the “SCXTREME”

Casey Bell Takes His Latest Build to the “SCXTREME”

One of our R/C Hobbyist Spotlight individuals, Casey Bell, has a unique build that I’m thrilled to share. Taking spare components from previous builds, he has combined an Axial SCX10 chassis with axles from an Axial Wraith, as well as an array of additional pieces, his “SCXtreme” was born. Stopping with the combination of an… Continue Reading

ECX Releases Two New Small-Scale Radio-controlled Rock Crawlers

ECX Releases Two New Small-Scale Radio-controlled Rock Crawlers

ECX, known for their wide-array of durable, basher-friendly radio-controlled machines, has two new smaller-scale vehicles to start the 2016 off right. For those that crave a little speed and off-road adventure, there is the ECX Roost 1/18 scale desert buggy ($199.99). If slower, finesse-based driving is more your style, the ECX Temper 1/24 scale rock crawler ($79.99)… Continue Reading

0 0items

Your shopping cart is empty.

Items/Products added to Cart will show here.