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HSP 1/8th Scale Brushless Pro Monster Truck – Save over £50! for one week only

Here’s an early Christmas present for you Monster fans. We are offering an additioal £50 off our already great price on the awesome 1/8th scale Monster Truck. Our normal price is £249.95 – Limited offer for just £198.50 ! this week only. OFFER Ends on the 16th December (or while stocks last) Product code: 94062 MERRY CHRISTMAS !!

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How to fit a Rotostart adpater to your nitro engine

How to fit a Rotostart  Power start adapter to your RC Nitro Car or Truck If you looking to replace your pull starter with an electric roto-start then the following steps should help guide any newbie to do this relatively simple conversion. I suggest you empty any remaining fuel before doing this conversion as the engine needs to be removed. … Continue reading

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Calibrating the throttle on the XSTR PRO Buggy

If your XSTR PRO  is not running smoothly you should check the throttle range on the transmitter is in calibration with the Hobby Wing S10 Brushless ESC Full instruction for doing this is supplied with the buggy but hare is a quick summary. The throttle calibration  proceedure should be carried out if the buggy is not running smoothly in both … Continue reading

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What Scale should I get?

Many of you have contacted use asking how does the scale relate to size and how the differnt scales compare. Well the easiest way is to see the image below. These are 3 of our HSP Buggies in 1/8th, 1/10th and 1/16th scale sizes compared against the size of my mornig mug of coffee. 😉 On the LEFT is the … Continue reading

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How do I change my Shock absorbers on my HSP Buggy or Truck?

Very simply once you’ve done one! Tools required: 1.5mm Hex driver or 1.5mm Allen Key. Pair of thin nosed pliers or similar. The Shocks are held in at the base with a long Grub screw and a tight push fit at the top. Proceedure: 1. Clean any dirt from around the grub screw area. 2. Using a 1.5mm Hex driver … Continue reading

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How to tune your nitro engine for maximum performance.

These two vidoes from HPI racing are a good guide on how to tune you nitro engine. PART 1 PART 2

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Nitro RC Engine guide

Starting, running in and tuning the engine on a Nitro RC Car. Prior to using a Nitro model the following things should be checked. If there is one downside to this hobby it’s the amount of maintenance needed because of the engine. You will need to learn and understand the model and mechanics of hobby engines. If you have the … Continue reading

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What to choose….. Electric or Nitro ?

Very good question. This is a very important question that most beginners over look! Nitro powered cars are generally faster than your standard electric cars and can sometimes require more driving skill to control. The downside to Nitro models is there is a lot of maintenance required because of the engine. You will need to be prepared to learn and … Continue reading

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Welcome to our new Blog

Well, after alot of upheavel this year we are finally back up and running with an all new website and blog. This will be where any news and information will now be posted. We want this to be a blog for enthusists and beginners alike, so feel free to tell us want you would like to see. Any articles or … Continue reading

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Why RC Cars Are So Much More Fun!

Radio control cars are self-powered model vehicles that run on various different sources. Gas RC cars and nitro radio control cars are examples. RC cars are operated by a remote controller, either via a wire connecting the car to the controller or a radio-frequency link. RC cars are amazingly fun to “drive” and the opportunity to play with them is … Continue reading

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