Amazing fleet of more than 100 Tamiya vehicles and growing.
If your wallet is weak, don't watch too long.. LOL
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Posted 30 October 2017 - 07:53 AM
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Posted 09 April 2018 - 11:58 PM
From the same collector, I had the opportunity again to check out his new Tamiya 58653 King Yellow School Bus 6x6 RC Truck.
In the very near coming weeks, probably as mentioned in the video, his new Tamiya Dancing Rider and HoBao's truck ( to be disclosed once it is fully built )
Edited by carloverguy2017, 10 April 2018 - 12:02 AM.
Posted 20 April 2018 - 10:20 AM
Oh you mean hop ups
Who will agree ...
People who play RC cars usually have the following traits :
Better hand eye coordination - one good example is when the car is approach you, making the car go to your left is turn right, go to your right is turn left etc.
Better fine motor skills - handling tiny screws, using the screwdriver - one good example when securing a screw down is clockwise, but if the screwdriver is held upside down while trying to secure the screw from bottoms up, we still know which way to rotate the screwdriver.
Stronger technical basic knowledge - knows when to stop tightening a bolt before it breaks, knows terms such as camber, castor, toe in / out. ride height, C.G. , and all the terms used in RC cars as well as real cars.
This is my personal opinion, because I do find that those who had NEVER played RC car looks kinda .... hmmm
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