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PostSubject: Choosing RC Rally Cars   Choosing RC Rally Cars EmptyTue May 31, 2011 8:18 pm

When you decide to purchase RC rally cars you will find that this is not as straightforward as may initially be thought. There are a number of choices and options that are available nowadays that can leave first time buyers especially feeling somewhat overwhelmed. Since you will be spending your hard-earned money on this, it is important to know exactly what you need to look out for so that you can make an informed decision that will not be something you end up regretting.

There are two main categories when it comes to RC cars namely off-road and on-road. Off-road RCs are the most popular among enthusiasts. There are variations within this category such as monster trucks, rally cars, bashers, etc. On-road RCs are ideal for use on tarmac provided that the tarmac is of a good quality.

When you begin to shop around you will find that there are even more choices that you will need to make besides whether you want off-road or on-road RC rally cars such as electric cars or gas/petrol (Nitro) RC cars.

Electric RC rally cars

Most beginners seem to gravitate toward this option and it is the more advisable one to choose if you are new to RCs. Because these are easier to maintain, are reasonably priced, are more durable, and easier to clean they make the perfect choice. Although these particular models are not very powerful, they are nevertheless very precise in their handling. All this makes them the logical choice for the novice.

Gas/Petrol RC rally cars (Nitro)

These are the ultimate Remote Control cars and boast great power. Unlike the electric varieties these RC cars require a bit more skill and getting used to them will take a little more time. Nitro cars experience a delay in the throttle and when it comes to breaking. Because of this it means you will need to spend a bit more of your time getting used to this in order to get the most out of these types of RC cars.

Nitro rc rally cars also make more noise, produce more smoke, and are more powerful than their electrically powered counterparts. Also, unlike the electronic varieties, they do not weather crashes as well because they are faster but lighter.
Once you have made up your mind about which to choose the next step is to decide if you just intend approaching this as an interesting distraction to your daily grind or if you intend on taking it more seriously.

RC cars can be purchased ready to race or as kits. The former is certainly more advisable if you intend the car to be a gift for someone. On the other hand, the kits are easy to follow and you will be able to build the RC car within a fairly short space of time.


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