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Pro-Line Traxxas TRX-4 Hop-Ups Upgrades Option Parts Video

Video – How To Upgrade Your TRX-4 With Pro-Line

Recently posted by Pro-Line is a second video in their Traxxas TRX-4 upgrade series. The second How To Upgrade Your TRX-4 video goes over how to install a Ridge-Line front bumper, as well as a Pro-Line Jeep Wrangler body. Vance Lund takes you though all the steps to perform each mod, both of which are super simple and easy to [...]

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Traxxas TRX-4 Accessories Hop-ups Upgrades

New TRX-4 Accessories From Traxxas

Being rolled out soon for all you Traxxas TRX-4 owners are several new Accessories directly from Traxxas. Some of the genuine Traxxas accessories can add a custom look to your rig, while other parts can be used to enhance its performance. A single speed transmission, spool, and aluminum anodized accessories top the list of some of the new products offered. [...]

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RC4WD TF2 LWB Hop Ups

Hopping Up The RC4WD TF2 LWB – Part 1

With more people jumping into the scale crawling world every day, we have decided to do a series of hop-up articles for new people to the genre. We are taking a very popular starter truck, an RC4WD Trail Finder 2 LWB RTR, and making some easy mods. These will be mods that are common for the scale scene and are [...]

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Exotek HPI WR8 Upgrades Hop-Ups

Exotek Goodies for the HPI WR8

Exotek Racing has announced three very trick upgrades for all you HPI WR8 owners. First up is a Speed Chassis Conversion. The chassis conversion is made from high quality carbon fiber and promises to shave weight while optimizing weight distribution. It is street priced at $124, it has a part number of #1560, and Here is the link you want [...]

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Knight Customs Axial Deadbolt Parts

Axial Deadbolt Hop-Up Parts from Knight Customs

The folks over at Knight Customs have announced a bunch of new parts to upgrade your Axial Deadbolt with. First up is a choice of two different front grills. One is the Angry version (#AD10006, $16) that features a tougher look than the stock style unit (#AD10007, $14). Both require the use of the Axial light bucket set (#AX80045). The next part [...]

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Axial Yeti XL Upgrade Parts

Yeti XL Goodies from Axial Racing

The good guys over at Axial Racing have put out a press release to announce that a bunch of Yeti XL Option Parts are shipping right now for your bashing pleasure. The list of parts includes- * AX31251 Yeti XL Front Sway Bar Set (Soft, Medium, Firm) $30 * AX31252 Yeti XL Rear Sway Bar Set (Soft, Medium, Firm) $45 * AX31039 [...]

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Factory RC – New upgrades for the Hot Bodies D413

Factory RC has some new goodies out for the Hot Bodies D413. First up is the Bolt “Polarity™” battery strap. 3mm carbon fiber material featuring their “bolt” logo with machined polarity marks in the strap to help you identify the proper connection orientation. Next up is the Bolt Rear Camber Plate which includes additional mounting holes and also featuring their [...]

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Factory RC – Upgrades for the Yokomo YZ2

Factory RC has some new goodies for the Yokomo YZ2 buggy. New items include a “Shorty” battery strap made from 3mm carbon fiber and your choice of steel or titanium screws. They also have 3mm carbon fiber shock towers for both the “Gullwing” style and “Straight” style arms. Also in 3mm carbon fiber. And finally Factory RC has also improved upon the stock [...]

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SSD Rock Shield Narrow Rear Bumper for SCX10

Looks like SSD RC has another cool aluminum hop up for your Axial SCX10. Check out the Rock Shield Narrow Rear Bumper. It comes complete with everything you need to bolt it right up. It ads a pretty slick look to the vehicle for sure. Features: * CNC machined aluminum bumper * Scale lightweight one piece design * Annodized black * Direct fit onto [...]

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Bringing the Bling to Axial Yeti XL

The kind folks over at Asiatees have added some Yeti XL bling from GPM Racing. A few notable items recently released to add some strength and or color to your XL are a new Aluminum Front Bumper Plate, Aluminum front C –Hubs. Along with a with those items come some nifty gear to get some extra width in that track, [...]

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Kyosho Vantage 2 BL Motors

Kyosho is always pushing the boundaries when it comes to new tech and thinking outside the box. They have introduced their new Vantage 2 line of brushless motors in 21.5, 17.5, 13.5, 8.5, 7.5 and 6.5 sizes so there has got to be a size in here for pretty much any 1/10 scale. So big deal you say everyone has [...]

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Showing off the Rakon Heli 200QX Frame Conversion and More!

I may have been buried in snow or humbled by the cold these past weeks, but it did not keep me down! The team over at Rakon Heli specializes in upgrades, and I had to take a look at the Blade 200QX main frame, prop nut, and motor lock nut upgrades. The frame sells for around $70, and takes a bit of time [...]

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HPI Q32 Option Parts

Option Parts for the HPI Racing Q32 Baja Buggy

So you just picked up a new HPI Q32 Baja Buggy, now it is time to hop it up. Lucky for you HPI has a number of upgrade parts to help personalize your new machine. To change the looks of your new buggy, HPI offers black (#114276) or chrome (#114279) Super Star Wheel Sets priced at $9. You can also add [...]

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Vaterra halix upgrade servo xpert

Vaterra Halix Hop-Up Series Part #6 – Upgrading the Servo

While the stock servo in the Vaterra Halix works fine for general bashing, to go truly high performance a better servo needs to be installed. A better servo will not only be faster than the stock unit, but also have more power for keeping those big tires pointed where you intend them to be. For our Halix project we decided to [...]

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Vaterra Halix Hop-up turnbucles tie rods

Vaterra Halix Hop-Up Series Part #5 – Upgrading the Turnbu…

This week in our Vaterra Halix upgrade series we’ll be showing you how to install new turnbuckles. There are a couple of good reasons to do this, the first being that the stock units can break during hard bashing, the second is that the stock units are not adjustable. Being able to adjust tire camber and front toe-in comes in [...]

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