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Help building my first rc

Old 10-19-2020, 10:21 PM
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Default I need help building my first rc

So basicaly i wanted to build an rc from scratch but there is very little infomatiom on it and i would like to know more please

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Old 10-21-2020, 06:36 AM
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Here's a build thread for you to get an idea of how to build a kit, I give many tips to help things go smoothly for you, but for the most part, everything you need is explained clearly in the manual:
https://www.teknoforums.com/threads/...eb48-2-0.1864/
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Originally Posted by bill_delong View Post
Here's a build thread for you to get an idea of how to build a kit, I give many tips to help things go smoothly for you, but for the most part, everything you need is explained clearly in the manual:
There are many interesting things here, thank you
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First step would be to research your area, see what RC clubs you have nearby. Riding on your own gets boring pretty quickly, so you'll want to race with others. It'll be either on-road or off-road, electric or nitro (or larger scale petrol), there are very many different classes and requirements for models if you want to compete.

Many models can be bought in kit form, you get a box full of loose parts and you assemble it yourself, then add your own servo, motor, speed controller and the remote.

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