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RC Support Equipment – How to Complete Your Axial RTR or Kit

By Axial on Jul 07, 2014
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One of the most significant differences between RC toys and hobby-grade products like Axial Racing’s line of vehicles is that the latter are modular in design and function. All of the components in a hobby-grade RC vehicle are separate units. … more


Driving Tips For the Axial EXO Terra Buggy

By Axial on Jun 22, 2014
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The EXO Terra Buggy is built for speed, and while speed is a lot of fun, it requires a different approach to driving than the other vehicles Axial Racing. Follow these tips and you’ll be driving like a pro in … 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


RC Safety Guidelines

By Axial on May 05, 2014
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RC is a lot of fun, but as with anything there are some safety precautions you should observe. Being safe doesn’t mean having less fun. Follow these 10 guidelines and you’ll be sure to have a great time with your … more


Gears 101 – How to Replace the Pinion and Spur Gears

By Axial on Apr 23, 2014
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There are certain repairs or tasks that experienced hobbyists take for granted and newcomers to RC, in contrast, often find intimidating. A great example is replacing the primary gears, the pinion and spur. On Axial Racing vehicles, replacing these gears … 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


Decal Placement 101 – Apply Decals Like a Pro

By Axial on Apr 07, 2014
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We’ve all used stickers and have probably been doing so since we were kids. With so much practice why is it so hard to get good results when slapping stickers on an RC body? For some people, it’s easy, and … more


Axial Tire Guide

By Axial on Dec 02, 2013
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There’s a reason why tires are the number one modification full-size off-road vehicle owners make. While the reason most people change tires is for a better look, tires have a profound impact on performance. In the world of RC, it’s … more


Build The Perfect Kit

By Axial on Mar 06, 2013
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The availability of ready-to-run products has had an incredibly positive impact on the RC hobby. Those looking to get into RC can do so quickly and easily thanks to preassembled vehicles such as the Honcho, Wraith, Ridgecrest and others. There … more