The Axial EXO Terra Buggy stands out due is its unique looks and construction. The integrated cage and multi-piece body seperates it from the norm, eliminating the standard body posts and bouncy lexan body found on most RC’s. So what
See Part 2 of the build HERE. See Part 1 of the build HERE. Wanted to share the latest updates to my Formula Offroad build. When I first built this rig using AX10 axles the Wraith™ had just hit the
How many can you find? Snapped this pic when I was checking out all the latest updates to my brothers 1985 Toyota project. [singlepic id=6618 w=320 h=240 float=none]… more
Mercedes Unimogs I have a fascination with Unimogs, these seemingly unstable and over sized trucks. The places they can go and terrain they are capable of traversing is incredible. Not to mention how cool they look when you see one
Now the fun begins, testing and tuning before the final installment of my build! If you missed Part 1 of my build be sure to check it out HERE. Part 3 HERE. With the rig running and ready to hit
It was a beautiful Saturday morning and the Wife and I had plans to meet our Friends at Falken in Long Beach for Round 1 of Formula Drift. Huge thanks to Falken for their hospitality! We arrived just in time
The latest buzz around Axial has come about after Bender introduced us to Formula Offroad. I was aware of this sport and always enjoyed watching the 1:1 videos, but it never really hit me to build a RC replica of one before. I am a huge fan of Scale RC, so anything I can get my hands on and modify to closely resemble the real thing just adds to the fun factor. The looks of the 1:1 formula offroad vehicles are a bit odd compared to what we normally see offroad in the states, but you can tell that they are built purely with performance in mind.
I’m finally recovering from a fun-filled weekend in St. George Utah! We arrived late Thursday night and couldn’t wait to get up the next morning to explore, drive SCX10′s, and ride our mountain bikes. Waking up Friday morning at the
I have been having a blast with my Axial SCX10 Honcho kit for about a year now and thought I would share everything I have done to it.
Here is a cool tip for those who like to wrench on things a lot, or just like to run all the same tricks that the Team Drivers use. To help ease the time it takes to separate the axles
EXO Terra Buggy
King of the Hammers
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