Lumenier RB2205C-12 2400KV SKITZO Ceramic Bearing Motor
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Posted by fastmax | Feb 29, 2016 @ 10:37 AM | 3,383 Views
I've really been liking the foam tires I've been making. They run very well on our RCP track, and are fun for some drifting action on tile, and hardwood floors.

Here are some on PN Racing Laser S5 wheels

Here are some on Carisma GT24B dish wheels

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Posted by fastmax | Aug 28, 2014 @ 12:21 PM | 5,664 Views
I have been having a lot of fun with this new micro heli. In advanced "quick" mode on the TX it is extremely fast and responsive. It flies very well in both beginner and advanced modes. Anyone looking for a great indoor helicopter to play with on rainy days or during the winter months will definitely want to give this little chopper some consideration.

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Posted by fastmax | Aug 13, 2014 @ 07:17 AM | 4,775 Views
Up til now I have been carrying and storing my Mini-Z buggy in a small Plano tackle/tool box. While this worked pretty well it was still rather cumbersome, and although smaller in size it still reminded me of toting around my box for my larger scale stuff. So the search for a smaller, lighter, and easier to carry and store option began.

There are several bags and totes made specifically for this task, but most seemed overpriced considering their size. I can get 1/10 pit bags for the same price as I've seen mini/micro bags.

Anyway while browsing eBay one day I came across the Speedmind bags made a few years back for the HPI Micro RS4. A Canadian seller had them available for a very reasonable price even after slightly expensive international shipping. So I figured I'd order one and see what I could do to make it work for my Z buggy.

Here is the original configuration of the bag

I wanted to be able to have my buggy, my TX, batteries, charger, spare parts and tools all in this easy to carry and easy to store bag. As you can see from some drawn lines in the picture above I started playing with possible layouts and finally decided on one that I was confident would work quite well.

After a little cutting and trimming of the inner foam, and some glue that gave me a bit of grief I ended up with this.

The small black bag next to the TX has spare axles, gears, dogbones, differentials, arms, towers, shock oil, batteries, and all tools necessary to make repairs if/when necessary. As you can see everything else fits nice, and secure within the rest of the bag. All in all I'm quite happy with how this bag worked out for approximately $20 and a bit of my time.