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Yeti Pre-run Checklist – Read Before You Run

By Axial on Aug 26, 2014
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Now that the Axial Yeti is hitting hobby store shelves, we are hearing of more “Yeti sightings” being recorded! That being said we wanted to take a few minutes to help you get familiar with this new platform! First and … more


Proper Shock Care

By Axial on Jun 18, 2014
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Maintenance Axial shocks are built in a similar fashion to high performance off-road shocks and are engineered for extreme use on a variety of terrains. Being built to take abuse, you do not have to service them between runs. If … more


Understanding the Axial Racing AX-3 Radio System

By Axial on May 20, 2014
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The Axial Racing AX-3 transmitter included with Axial’s RTR vehicles is both complex and simple. It’s complex in that it features state of the art technology such as a 2.4 GHz signal. In contrast, the AX-3 is simple in that … more


Suspension 101 – Understanding Suspension Links Lengths

By Axial on Apr 16, 2014
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The Axial Wraith, Ridgecrest, SCX10 and XR10 all use linked suspension designs. This means the axles are attached to the chassis via links, be it a 3- or 4-link setup. The links hold the axles in position and allow for … more


Full Option RTR Deadbolt

By Axial on Dec 20, 2013
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Axial offers several optional upgrade parts for the RTR Deadbolt. Here is a quick run down of what is installed and why you may want to use these items. A couple photos of the fully option RTR Deadbolt. Axial also … more


Axial’s AS-3 Servo Upgrade

By Axial on Oct 15, 2013
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Axial’s AS-3 servo is standard equipment in all RTR Axial vehicles. We know most people hear the term “RTR servo” and they immediately think an “upgrade” is in order. But, this servo is actually very capable for an RTR servo, … more


Battery Relocation – SCX10 Jeep RTR

By Axial on Mar 21, 2013
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We have been getting a few requests recently for a “step by step” tutorial on relocating the battery from its stock location in the rear on the SCX10-JK, to the front. This is a simple modification that can really transform … more


Axial – ICON Vehicle Dynamics 61-90mm Aluminum Shocks – Step by Step Build

By Axial on Mar 14, 2013
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AX30103 – Icon 61-90mm Aluminum Shock Set – 7mm piston (2pcs) Now that we have released Axial’s newest scale shocks, which are officially licensed by Icon Vehicle Dynamics, I wanted to take some time to do a step by step … more


Custom Rock Sliders

By Axial on Feb 07, 2013
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Here’s a few tips on making your own custom length rock sliders out of stock plastic Axial rock sliders that are included with all SCX10 vehicles. The stock sliders look great and are fully functional. But, for a few of … more


Project Wrexo – Bender’s Latest Custom Build

By Axial on Jan 30, 2013
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Now that Axial is the official R/C company of Ultra 4 Racing, I figured it was time to build a proper Ultra 4 R/C vehicle. If you are not familiar with Ultra 4 Racing it basically combines low speed “rock … more