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Keep Track Of Your Packs On The Trail

By Greg Vogel on Jun 28, 2018
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It’s getting close! As of the time we’re writing this blog, Axialfest 2018 is only a few weeks away and that means attendees are kicking their builds and prep into overdrive to be ready for the epic weekend of off-road … more


Skeeno’s Axialfest 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Build

By Axial on May 16, 2018
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After AXIALFEST2017, I started thinking that I needed to update my trailing rig.  Last year, I built a new racer for for the Altra Ultra 5K Enduro, but I needed something new to run on all the trials at AXIALFEST2018. … more


Suspension Link Types Explained

By Greg Vogel on Apr 04, 2018
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There is no shortage of suspension design types in the RC world, but for trail trucks and other off-road adventure vehicles, one of the most preferred suspension styles is the link type. Links are typically a long fixed plastic bar … more


Pick The Right Axial Model For You

By Greg Vogel on Mar 23, 2018
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Axial is a company of enthusiasts for enthusiasts. Axial develops extremely high end radio control models of vehicles that you are likely to see in the great outdoors. These models are designed to generate a tremendous amount of reliable fun … more


mAh Per Mile – The Quest To Determine Run Time

By Greg Vogel on Dec 26, 2017
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If you’ve ever sat around the campfire at an RC event or perhaps camped out with some buddies on an epic multi-day RC trail adventure, you may have heard the tale of “mAh Per Mile.” As the tale goes, a … more


Axial Radio System Cheat Sheet

By Greg Vogel on Dec 18, 2017
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A radio control transmitter should be a device used to control the fun of your vehicle and never the device that controls you and scares you away from using your machine. The transmitters that come with Axial Ready To Run … more


How To – Servo and Servo Horn Replacement

By Axial on Nov 18, 2017
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The steering system on a full-size off-road vehicle takes a lot of abuse. It is the same with RC. Whether you’re driving fast over bumps and jumps with an Yeti or crawling over rocks with an SCX10 II or doing … more


Trail Time Never Ends – Installing LED’s For The Daylight Savings Switch

By Greg Vogel on Nov 03, 2017
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Two times a year something called Daylight Savings Time really messes with me and so many others. Sure there is a good side of some additional sleep in the Fall, but that kick back in Spring is really like a … more


New To RC – Deadbolt Box To Backyard Guide

By Greg Vogel on Oct 30, 2017
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Starting your RC adventure is easy with any Axial ready to run kit. Here we’re going to show you just how easy it is. In only the time it takes to charge your battery, we’ll show you how to get … more


How To – Program Your ESC For NiMH Batteries

By Axial on Oct 25, 2017
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  Axial’s Ready-to-Run (RTR) vehicles are true hobby-grade products and, as such, they use sophisticated electronic components. One of the primary advantages to such high-tech gear is adjustability and an area of adjustability includes battery type. Axial’s electronic speed controls (ESCs) … more