THE Durango DEST210 RTR 1/10 Stadium Truck Review
We have already reviewed the Durango DEX210 buggy and the DESC210 short course truck, so it was time to wrap up the group and review the DEST210 Stadium Truck. Since the DEST210 is still a bit low to do any backyard grass bashing, it was time to hit the parking lot, dirt paths, and the local track! Keep reading to see how it did…
The Helion RC Dominus 10TR Truggy Review
When we first heard about the new Dominus 10TR Truggy back at the Hobby Town show, we were all pretty excited to see what it could do. We finally got our hands on one, and started to put it to the test! Is it everything we wanted it to be? Keep reading to find out…
THE Updated ECX Torment 2.4 Ghz RTR Review
It’s been just over a year since we initially reviewed the ECX Torment short course truck, since then ECX has made some updates to take care of old issues and to make the truck even better. Among the updates were- waterproof electronics, heavier drive-shafts, a quick battery charger, and a faster motor. Is the new Torment a better bash machine? Let’s find out…
THE Durango DESC210 1/10th Scale RTR 2wd Short Course Truck Review
We just reviewed the Durango DEX210 buggy and lets face it, 2wd 10th scale buggies just aren’t big enough or high enough off the ground to be effective bash machines. Today however we’ll be taking a look at its big brother, the DESC210 RTR short course truck that has more ground clearance and is just bigger all the way around. Is the DESC210 a capable bash machine worthy of being in your rc garage? Lets find out…
THE Durango DEX210 1/10th Scale RTR 2wd Buggy Review
Since Durango was acquired by Hobbico it has really been blowing up. The Durango brand name was once an obscure brand used by elite racers in Europe, but now days you can find Durango’s anywhere and everywhere, including your local bash spot. There are plenty of basher that are looking to try something new, or they simply are willing to spend a few more bucks to buy the best of the best, and right now Durango has to be considered one of the highest end names out there.
Durango recently introduced many of their elite race platforms in RTR form. These RTR’s are said to be the first vehicles ever produced that are truly race ready. Today we’ll be finding out how the Durango DEX210 stacks up, both on the track and for bash use. Let’s take a closer look shall we?
The Duratrax 835B 1/8 Scale Nitro Buggy Review
At some point in every RC hobbyists time line, they need to experience an 1/8 scale buggy. They drive like nothing else out there. We recently reviewed the Duratrax DXR8-E Electric Buggy, and now it was time to get dirty with the Duratrax 835B nitro buggy. Does it compare to the DXR8? Does it stack up against other nitro buggies? Most importantly, can it take a good bashing? Keep reading to find out..
The Duratrax DXR8-E 1/8 Scale Buggy Review
An 1/8 scale buggy has always been a great vehicle to have in your RC lineup. From durability to speed, big air and control, the buggy can always put a smile on your face. The Duratrax DXR8-E is an electric buggy kit. It comes as a rolling chassis that requires you to finish it off with your own electronics. So is the DXR8-E going to have a spot in our bashing stable? Keep reading to see what we think..
THE Axial EXO RTR Terra Buggy Review
Recently we posted a detailed review of the kit Axial EXO , so when the RTR version was released, it seemed like we should treat it a little differently. We did a little more bashing this time around. You already got all the technical stuff, now you need to make the decision RTR or Kit, hopefully this review will help you make that decision. Keep reading…
THE ARRMA Granite Monster Truck RTR Review
The ARRMA line is aimed squarely at our favorite people, us, the basher crowd. Today we’ll be taking a look at the ARRMA Granite, their entry into the 2wd monster truck class. Is it tough? Is it fast enough to have fun? Is it worth the cash? Let’s see…
THE HPI Bullet Monster Truck Flux Review
What seems like a long time ago, HPI announced the Bullet MT Flux in Europe, and it finally made it’s way to the USA. From the first announcement we were interested due to it’s size and power. While bigger is always better, sometimes you just don’t want to drive a huge truck like the Savage Flux, and something smaller is what you are looking for. Was the Bullet what we were looking for? Keep reading to find out..
Thunder Tiger Phoenix STII Review
Stadium trucks are not the current rage, but they are still a big part of the RC world. Their low cost and durability often make them a newbie’s first vehicle. Thunder Tiger has several stadium trucks under their belt, so how does the Phoenix STII hold up? Keep reading to find out..