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What Is A Reasonably Priced R/C Car That Goes At least 50 Mph?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
What is a reasonably priced R/C car that goes at least 50 mph? I don't want to spend $200 to upgrade my existing R/C car with a brush less motor so does anyone know a quality car that is under $200 or close to $200 that goes at least 50mph?
Answer: Not for under $200 ... good luck with that
My Taxicabs Stampede R/C Car Runs Below Par And Is Incredibly Slow And Screeches, How Do I Fix It?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
My Taxicabs Stampede r/c car runs below par and is incredibly slow and screeches, how do I fix it? whenever I start my r/c car and try to run it, it will make a screeching noise and will not cease. The car also will move at a very slow rate, and is sometimes unresponsive to my controller. Ok, so I want to try to tighten the slipper clutch, but how do I do that?
Answer: It could be several things that are causing problems. Here are a few possibilities: The screeching could be caused by the slipper clutch the disk might be dirty, worn out or adjusted too loose. Try adjusting it ST & if that doesn't work you can take it apart & clean the disk by scraping it gently with a razor blade until the shiny appearance is gone. It could also be a radio problem with interference being caused by mounting the receiver too close to another electrical part or routing the antenna too close as well. Your battery might also be discharging or shorted & not producing the proper voltage to run the vehicle. There could also be something binding the gears, check to make sure a piece of gravel or anything hasn't gotten caught in the drive-line anywhere like between the pinion & spur gear or dogbones/drive axles. The brushes on your motor might be worn down too low & causing insufficient contact with the commutator causing it to run slowly if at all as well as arching & radio glitches. You can buy replacement brushes for your motor at the RC hobby shops. You tighten the slipper clutch by removing the cap on the gear box cover & accessing the nut that compresses the spring. You then tighten the nut by holding one of the wheels & turning the nut to the right. Your car should have came with a wrench or you can use an appropriate socket from a socket set.
Does A Gas Powered R/C Car Really Need The Glow Plug Starter?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
Does a gas powered R/C car really need the glow plug starter? I'm looking into getting a gas powered R/C car for my husband and the people I'm looking to buy from keep mentioning that I need to shell out another $50 for a glow plug starter. Do I really need one or is there a cheaper alternative I can use? Aren't they just tiny lighters? Please help someone!
Answer: He will love nitre R/C. But they are trying to take advance of you on a $50.00 glow ignite. You can buy 'em all day for less than $20.00 and some for less than $10.00. Another suggestion that I might make is this: FIND ANOTHER HOBBY SHOP. If they try and screw you on an ignite, no telling what they will do to you on other essentials such as fuel and glow plugs. Don't let this discourage you. It's a great hobby and he will love it.
How Do I Conserve The Energy Of My Exceed R/C Car While Being Able To Drive It For A Long Time?From Other - Electronics Forum:
how do I conserve the energy of my EXCEED R/C car while being able to drive it for a long time? my R/C car only runs for about 20 minutes after I have charged the battery fully. my car runs for about half an hour after charging. how do I make it run more? my car runs for about half an hour when fully charged? how do I make it go more than that time?
Answer: The best advise I can offer you is to to check in the electronics mart then if that fails contact the manufacture...
How Does A Custom R/C Car Work?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
How does a custom R/c car work? Curious what the parts needed are for an R/C car. I know threes a remote control (of course) and a receiver on the vehicle. Some kind of motor and wheels. But not sure how to get the remote to tell the car what to do and how to turn. Any knowledge (as specific as you can/want) or links to good websites with explanations (maybe a how-to build your own) kind of thing.
Answer: There is an item called a "servo" that receives a signal from the transmitter that will tell the servo to move its guidance system either left or right. The cars front axle/wheels would be attached to this servo. When you wanted the car to go left, the proper control to move the servo to the right would be activated. Depending on how the servo was attached to the axle, the servo would likely push the axle to the right which would turn the car to the left. A lot of the model kits these days will use a gear driven motor to steer the front axle rather than a servo. I'll include a link to some site for instructions on ways to build a radio controlled car. Have fun! http://search.aol.com/aol/search?query=How+to+build+a+remote+control+model+car%3F&s_it=keyword_rollover
How Big Of A Solar Panel Will I Need To Power A R/C Car?From Engineering Forum:
How big of a solar panel will I need to power a R/C car? I am making a R/C car and would like it to be solar powered can, you give me any tips on how I am going to wire up this thing. Thanks
Answer: Your RC battery should have a amp/hour rating. Find out what that rating is. Charge the battery then run the RC car until it dies. Then do battery rating/hours run. Then do that number times the volts to get the wattage.That should get you about right. Not taking in account battery performance. If you buy a cheap multimeter you can hook it in line with the battery and check how many amps are flowing this would be more accurate. I think you're going to find the panel would have to be so large to run the car that it isn't going to work. Best you could hope for is the use the panel to charge the car. Charge for 2 hour drive for 10 minutes. Wiring it up would depend on the vol age of the battery. IF it happens to have a common voltage you can buy the regulator with over charge protection.Then just hook it up easy. If it's not a common voltage it will be a little harder.
How Long Does It Take For An R/C Car To Charge?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
How long does it take for an R/C car to charge? I don't know too much about the car, but, the battery is an rc-1700 and it is charging with a wall charger that I had to solder back together. I know some R/C cars charge in 20 min. but I didn't know if they all do that.
Answer: 1 hr
How Much Does A Nitre R/C Car Normally Cost?From Toys Forum:
How much does a Nitre R/C car normally cost? I saw some of these really fast Nitre R/c Cars on tube that people were jumping and I was thinking about getting one . Anyone know how much they cost at the cheapest?
Answer: I saw one, a buggy, for 119.95 here http://www.nitrorcx.com/.
Can I Use Any Nitre Pull Start On Any Nitre R/C Car?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
Can I use any nitre pull start on any nitre R/C car? I have a Thunder Tiger nitre R/C car (with a .18 engine) and, stupidly I took the pull starter off and now I cant find it. I've had a look around and I cant seem to find the same pull starter for it, so I was wondering if I could use any pull starter.
Answer: Some might fit, but others will have the screw holes in completely different positions. They all spin in the same direction, so the only thing you're looking for is one with the screw holes in the same position. Also, depending on the car and chassis you should be able to use a starter box to start it. No more blisters or aching arms by yanking on the pull start so much.
For How Long Can A Mini R/C Car Run After A Full Charge?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
For how long can a mini R/C car run after a full charge? It's a mini R/C car. It charges through the transmitter. It's about 3 or 4 inches long. So anyway how much time does it take to take a full charge? How much time can it run after a full charge? And how many times can we charge the R/C car after putting new batteries to the transmitter?
Answer: All cars are different but usually its about 2-3 hrs driving time with a full charge. If you go ogle the model number for its specifications it will tell you.
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