Log, Track, and Showcase Your Builds with RCFlex

By: Tim Gluth

Keeping tabs on your R/C collection is typically an easy task, but sometimes (and depending on your level of addiction to the hobby), it's possible to lose track of one (or more) vehicles. While you could keep a notebook or a spreadsheet to track your collection details, a new website has popped up to make that process even easier.

RCFlex is a site that lets R/C hobbyists catalog and share their collection and builds, while also viewing other hobbyists vehicles. Beyond listing radio-controlled models, RCFlex also lists a variety of gear ranging from batteries and charges to radios, motors, and more. This website can also be a helpful tool for tracking models and electronics that you'd like to add or use in your next build. See something you like and favorite it to add it to your "favorites" list.

The start of my collection on rcflex.net

In addition to these features, you can also find manuals for many R/C models, plus there are more features that will be added to the site in the future. Exploded views of radio-controlled car, truck, and buggy models, plus the ability to create an account-free list are coming soon.

If you don't find a model or part listed on RCFlex that you have in your collection, you can submit them to be added ot the database. After setting up my own account and beginning to build my collection list, I've found a few missing models.

Learn more about what you can do with RCFlex at rcflex.net.

Image credit: RCFlex

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