If you’ve been following our youTube updates, you will be well aware that our Tamiya TT-01 project has been making steady progress over the last few weeks. Now it’s time write our initial thoughts down and review our Tamiya TT-01E Subaru Impreza kit.
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With there not being that many RC flight simulators available for the Mac and OSX Lion, we decided to have a look at IPACS’ Aerofly Pro Deluxe which is compatible even though some forum threads are listing it as incompatible.
Two wheel drive stadium trucks have been incredibly popular with bashers since Traxxas reinvented the genre with the Rustler, ever since they’ve been a fav with bashers who enjoy the quick steering and light weight agility they provide, the main question is, has Ansmann hit the spot with their budget rival; the Macnum.
Brushless motor and speed control systems are now more or less the standard when it comes to electric RC. A couple years back, prices were steep and options were limited, happily this has changed and now far more options are readily available. After the jump read our full review and watch our HD video review of a new contender, the Etronix Photon 13.0R Brushless System.
Two point four gigahertz radio systems are now becoming far more affordable, as well as the tech generally improving in terms of reliability. With the pro’s seemingly out weighing the cons, can you enjoy the benefits for the same price as the latest console game? After the jump read our full review of the Ansmann Racing W3.1 3 Channel wheel radio system.
Modelsport are one of the UK’s most popular online model shops and have recently started to sell their own speed controllers which are manufactured by Mtroniks in the UK. These ESCs are perfect for the garden or car park basher. After the break read our review of the Modelsport Sniper RV-20 Auto speed control.
Savox probably aren’t the first brand that comes to mind when you start to consider servo options for your latest RC project.We’re going to take a look at this new option and see if it can live with it’s well established competition and be a valid alternative to the likes of Futaba and Hitec.
Today we are taking a look at a new battery charger which is now available at various hobby stores across the UK, the Fusion Enigma NX80 Pro. After the break read our full review, watch our HD video analysis and find out if the Fusion lives up to the ‘Pro’ tag in it’s name.