Gas powered Remote Control Trucks
Thinking about getting into the exciting world of RC racing and/off-roading? Well, you've found the right place! Not all RC cars and trucks are like the toys you played with as a kid. Some RCs can take nitro fuel and can go up to 100 mph! But RC cars like that take a lot of expertise and technical know-how. And that brings me to my first and most important point...
Start simple! You wouldn't give the keys to your Lamborghini to someone who has never driven before, would you? If you drop a ton of dough on an RC super machine without any prior RC experience, you are likely to get overwhelmed, frustrated and at worst, have a brand new totaled RC. Many RC vehicles are upgradeable, so it might be a good bet to buy a solid base model and add hop ups or performance parts when you get a little more experienced.
What Remote Control Vehicle Is Right For Me?
That depends what kind of RC driving action you are looking for. Do you have a need for some pure on-road speed? Does your heart race when thinking about pulling off exciting stunts and tricks? Or does navigating through wild off-road terrain more your thang? Do you prefer simple two wheel drive or more complicated 4 wheel drive RCs? Scale is another thing to think about. Scale refers to the size relationship between the RC vehicle and the actual vehicle is emulates. The bigger they are, the more expensive and impressive they usually are. But don't get overwhelmed. Here are the basic types of RC vehicles you can get:
Most RC cars are built for on-road racing have minimal suspension. They are tuned for pure speed and taking sharp corners. If you are looking for a classic racing experience, this is the RC vehicle for you.
How much does a new and used gas powered remote control truck cost
A used gas powered remote control car (or truck) is about $30 dollars and a new one would cost you around $160. Enjoy!