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Post by marz on Tue 14 Jun 2016 - 9:25

hi guys! its been around two years since i joined this forum and i can finally buy the kits i want...any reccomendations and is the tamiya desert fielder good? like for offroading? and any advice? im also keeping an eye on the hpi baja series...what are your opinions. i can finally join you guys after purchasing my first set. thanks for your help Very Happy Cool
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Post by boolean21 on Fri 17 Jun 2016 - 22:30

what kind of off road?
do you plan to join us in the bashing sessions or the trails?
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Post by marz on Sat 18 Jun 2016 - 0:47

boolean21 wrote:what kind of off road?
do you plan to join us in the bashing sessions or the trails?
ohh i plan on going for the trails, my budget is ard $400...i am looking at the hpi 2015 mustang drift car too...so how frequent are the drifting team meet ups and how frequent are the trails? and any recommendations for a good trail vehicle within my budget? around my budget (plus minus a bit also can). the price would also include everything needed to get me on track like the battery, charger, remote and etc as it is my first kit Smile thanks Very Happy Very Happy
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Post by boolean21 on Sat 18 Jun 2016 - 4:48

marz wrote:
boolean21 wrote:what kind of off road?
do you plan to join us in the bashing sessions or the trails?
ohh i plan on going for the trails, my budget is ard $400...i am looking at the hpi 2015 mustang drift car too...so how frequent are the drifting team meet ups and how frequent are the trails? and any recommendations for a good trail vehicle within my budget? around my budget (plus minus a bit also can). the price would also include everything needed to get me on track like the battery, charger, remote and etc as it is my first kit Smile thanks Very Happy Very Happy


If going for trails, maybe try to up your budget a little and get the Axial SCX10 rtr.

It will be a good start for trails. Smile

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Post by marz on Sat 18 Jun 2016 - 5:05

boolean21 wrote:
marz wrote:
boolean21 wrote:what kind of off road?
do you plan to join us in the bashing sessions or the trails?
ohh i plan on going for the trails, my budget is ard $400...i am looking at the hpi 2015 mustang drift car too...so how frequent are the drifting team meet ups and how frequent are the trails? and any recommendations for a good trail vehicle within my budget? around my budget (plus minus a bit also can). the price would also include everything needed to get me on track like the battery, charger, remote and etc as it is my first kit Smile thanks Very Happy Very Happy


If going for trails, maybe try to up your budget a little and get the Axial SCX10 rtr.

It will be a good start for trails. Smile

hmm...how much does it cost and where can i get those? i dont mind bringing the price a bit up Laughing Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
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Re: any advice?

Post by boolean21 on Sat 18 Jun 2016 - 5:07

Many of us order from towerhobbies.

Sign up for the account and newsletter there and wait for the monthly international discount email.

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Post by marz on Sat 18 Jun 2016 - 5:09

ouhh thanks a lot man...my friend also recommended me to get the axial scx10...i will go check it out
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Post by marz on Sat 18 Jun 2016 - 23:17

boolean21 wrote:Many of us order from towerhobbies.

Sign up for the account and newsletter there and wait for the monthly international discount email.


bro, im wanting to buy the dodge ram axial scx10...is it good. Apparently the website states that the AE-5 esc is waterproof and that the servo is water resistant. is there any methods to make sure that it is safe? I have seen people using balloons and is that method good? Also i have seen this truck on taobao at a cheaper price, is it safe an good? (i have a taobao agent) https://world.taobao.com/item/533808427947.htm?spm=a312a.7700714.0.0.BcjDZz#detail
thank you very much for helping...sorry im a noob as im new to this Embarassed Embarassed
http://www.axialracing.com/products/ax90037
thanks bro Very Happy Very Happy
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Re: any advice?

Post by laneboysrc on Sun 19 Jun 2016 - 8:03

Hi!

The SCX10 is great no matter which body.
The ESC and servo are indeed water-resistant out-of-the box. No need to worry about them.
The receiver, however, is not waterproof, but it is mounted in a special box on the chassis. If you want to submerge the truck it will be a good idea to put a balloon around it. Note that balloons need maintenance, as the rubber degrades quickly. You will need to replace it every 6 month to 1 year.

No idea about the legitimacy of the Taobao link. Another alternative is RC Mart (http://www.rcmart.com), which is located in Hong Kong so shipping is usually cheaper than Tower. They have the Dodge RTR for USD 289 right now.

happy buying, Werner





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Post by marz on Sun 19 Jun 2016 - 10:45

laneboysrc wrote:Hi!

The SCX10 is great no matter which body.
The ESC and servo are indeed water-resistant out-of-the box. No need to worry about them.
The receiver, however, is not waterproof, but it is mounted in a special box on the chassis. If you want to submerge the truck it will be a good idea to put a balloon around it. Note that balloons need maintenance, as the rubber degrades quickly. You will need to replace it every 6 month to 1 year.

No idea about the legitimacy of the Taobao link. Another alternative is RC Mart (http://www.rcmart.com), which is located in Hong Kong so shipping is usually cheaper than Tower. They have the Dodge RTR for USD 289 right now.

happy buying, Werner



alright bro, i will check out RC mart. thanks a lot for your help  Very Happy  Very Happy
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