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  Whether you are heading up the trails with multiple rigs or doing a killer scaler photo shoot, this beauty will not only look like its got it going on, but it will work like a pack mule for you too.  BigDog’s 1/8 dual axle scale trailer has features galore from hand made tube chassis to working steel leaf springs, and working lights that run off a 9 volt battery that sits in the tool box by the crank. A working lift jack, Billet aluminum rims and 1.55 dirt grabber tires, two steel ramps and ramp holders. So the...

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Night vision, need we say more??  Yes, of course we say more, with a one million pixel night vision lens and high performance photosensitive sensors automatically adjusting for brightness, its already impressive.  What more could be asked, more you ask, ok then, Infrared surveillance, leaving you with reliable video regardless if its day or night… It has a  modular design, you can disassemble for different module combinations to suit your needs. With its brushless motor and durable design it can be put through it’s paces and keep on flying. You can adjust the camera angle which has a 120...

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Made of T6 aluminum which will no doubt outlast the plastic ones that come with most servos. They are also a bit shorter which will make for smoother handling and less tax on the servo itself. They won’t start shipping for a couple of weeks, which will bring us into April, so maybe they won’t be in your Easter basket, but maybe an I.O.U. from the cotton tail one will be… Features 7075 T6 aluminum Clamping style with large m2.5 screw Length 18.5mm for smoother steering response and less stress on the servo Laser etched spline size Fits 23T...

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2016 is turning into a hard body year. Anybody got an SCX10 or a 313mm wheelbase scale rig they are building? You may have just found your new body with Team Raffee’s Cherokee hard body addition, what paint scheme will you choose? How great is it when you get that box of possibilities and begin the build process with a blank slate. Let the creative juices flow and unleash that trail scale builder within.   Click here to head over to...

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They were gone but never forgotten and now they have not only returned, but are returning with a 4 car line up. These pics are prototype pics and some tweaking may take place, but you get the drift. The graphite and aluminum kit was born the way so many great ideas are, backyard bashing and someone says the fateful words “what if”? So instead of the idea staying in the backyard, they started trying to adapt Tamiya WR-02 bodies to M-class chassis and changed course and made a whole new chassis kit the XPRESS K1. They will also be...

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