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Posts Tagged ‘Project Garage’

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The Traxxas Stampede has seen many refinements over the year proving to be a excellent platform. Their latest version replicates that iconic monster truck called “Bigfoot”. Being the original Monster Truck, Bigfoot commands respect and performs to the highest caliber of Monster Truck racing where ever it appears. While the Traxxas’s Stampede based Bigfoot is a decent performer out of the box, we recognize its fill potential and have the necessary upgrades to raise the bar to full Beast Mode status.

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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Bashing, Factory Team, How To, Project Garage

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Since its inception, Axial’s SCX10 has grown to become one of the most widely popular platforms among the Scale / Tiny truck community. From Pro-Line Racing and the the long list of other companies, the amount of aftermarket parts available for this rig can be mind blowing. So lets take a look at one way to build one of the more popular versions of a Truggy style Rock Crawler Truck.

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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Custom Build, Factory Team, Project Garage, Rock Team

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The popularity of Monster Truck Racing and other related events have captured imaginations of about every age for over 40 years. Grave Digger being one of the most popular trucks in this history has now been brought to life with scale realism like no other. Enter Axial Racings new SMT10 Monster Truck chassis with the first release being the AX90055 Grave Digger Monster Jam edition truck! This new release beings scale realism to RC monster trucks like never before. Of course like anything RC, It could always use a little upgrading! Let’s take a look at this new release and see what sort of fun we can have with it!

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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Factory Team, How To, Project Garage

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For Scale Crawler kits, GMade has made a name for themselves by first introducing the reliable Sawback Jeep based platform. They have since followed up with a KOMODO Truck version and now a 4LS version of the Sawback which is a newer 4 link suspension equipped kit.  These kits offer great entry level performance as well as upgradable scale trail rig performance. Pro-Line  has you covered on how to upgrade your Saw back into a certified scale crawling machine!
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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Factory Team, How To, Project Garage

 

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Axial’s RR10 Bomber Platform has burst onto the RC scene, quickly becoming one of the most sought after rigs in a short period of time It has captured the thrill of ULTRA4 Racing / King of the Hammers events. It’s a nicely balanced 1:10 scale rig that lends it self to all sorts of detailing and Upgrades! Pro-Line Racing recognizes this and set out on a quest to build our version of the Ultimate Rock Racer. We are proud to offer exciting products to upgrade this awesome platform into the rock racer of your dreams as well as show you how to put it all together into one awesome package.

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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Factory Team, How To, Project Garage

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No doubt that Axial’s Yeti Platform has made a significant impact on the Off-Road Rock Racing scene since it was introduced just over a year ago.  It is a versatile crawler / rock racer platform which can be modified to adapt in many different styles of terrain and driving. Pro-Line Racing recognize this and we some offer exciting products to upgrade this awesome platform into the rock racer of your dreams.

What you are about to see here in this article is a culmination of testing and modifications to our 1:10 scale Yeti test unit #1 from the initial release. This vehicle has logged some serious hours and we are glad to share with you this monster of a build.

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READ Posted by: Aaron Arndt in Factory Team, How To, Project Garage