Radio-Controlled Car Racing

Dicsuss anything about the electric classes
donaldselby
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Joined: 09 Oct 2015, 11:58
Blinky 17.5 Brushless: No
Stock Touring 13.5 Brushless: No
Stock Touring 10.5 Brushless: No
Super Touring Modified: No
MotorBikes: No
Vehicle Make(S): Hyundai

Radio-Controlled Car Racing

Postby donaldselby » 10 Oct 2015, 12:11

Hello friends I am working in a cheap essay writing company as a system analyst. Two areas where I enjoy competition most are at my work place, where I consistently try to get the best employee certificate, and Radio-Controlled Car Racing, where I try to go as fast as possible. I am planning to buy a racing car but I am not aware of its price and models. I need an on-road electric racing car. How much it costs?

tryhard
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Crystals: 2.4ghz spectrum
Blinky 17.5 Brushless: Yes
Stock Touring 13.5 Brushless: Yes
Stock Touring 10.5 Brushless: No
Super Touring Modified: No
MotorBikes: No
Vehicle Make(S): tc6.1 ft
ESC Makes and Models: speedpassion reventon pro

Hobbywing v3
Motor Makes: Speedpassion mmm 17.5t
gm 2012 13.5t
Battery Make: 4600 80c shorty ip lipo
4400 70c shorty ip lipo

Re: Radio-Controlled Car Racing

Postby tryhard » 10 Oct 2015, 20:07

Right I guess a brake down of what to get then
Chassis £300-370 for new or £150-200 for decant second hand
Wheels and tyres £22 dry set £27 for wet
Body £20-25 plus £5 for each colour u want (advise start with protoform Mazda speed 6)
Servo £40-90 new
Esc £60-200 new or used
Motor £60-90
Hand sets decent new start at £160 to top range £400
Battery £40-90
Charger £40-200
Tyre warmers helps in colder weather £40-150

Then get some tools, spares, tyre additives, 12v battery
Hope this helps if you want any more advise just ask eg setup brands to buy as the most costly is not the best always
tyre wars !!!!!
if your not first chuck another new set of boots on

A_Zino
Posts: 150
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40.775
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Blinky 17.5 Brushless: No
Stock Touring 13.5 Brushless: No
Stock Touring 10.5 Brushless: Yes
Super Touring Modified: Yes
MotorBikes: No
Vehicle Make(S): I have had them all and raced in all classes, currently hustling a Schumacher MI4CX around.
ESC Makes and Models: GM Genius 75
Motor Makes: GM 10.5 Star Wind
Battery Make: Demon Power 5000mah 35c
Location: Farnham

Re: Radio-Controlled Car Racing

Postby A_Zino » 13 Oct 2015, 14:06

The post above gives a great outline, the best thing to do is to get down to the club and have a gander and see what it's all about.

Any of the guys racing would be more than happy to give you advice if you ask, if in doubt ask for Nick Adams of Demon Power.
Alex Gardiner