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Tekno RC 410.3 build and review

Posted by Scott VanAntwerp on

Hey everyone, just wanted to chime in on a short course truck I built and have been running for a couple months now. Tekno RC 410.3 build and review. First up was the build. Great layout of bags and easy to follow direction. No missing parts or need to call tech support. There was a couple issues with holes not lining up just right between the chassis and bulkheads that required a little extra effort to make them fit. All in all a clean smooth build in one weekend. Nice shocks although I would have liked to see extra springs...

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How a public RC track got done in our community

Posted by Scott VanAntwerp on

This journey began back in 2010 when members of the Seattle RC Racers Club approached the City of Seatac with a proposal for outdoor off-road and on-road RC tracks. Some key aspects to making this happen was to get support from the local city council members. Once again Seattle RC Racers Club was up to the task. They attended council meetings and spoke on behalf of the RC community.  An agreement between the club and the city to lease and maintain an unused wooded area as a free community RC (radio controlled vehicles) park was reached. Once the permits were...

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A review and build of the Tekno RC 410.3 Short Course Truck

Posted by Scott VanAntwerp on

Greetings again, I've recently had the pleasure of building the Tekno 410.3 SCT. I've been looking forward to this build for some time now and set aside a weekend to get it done. The build starts out like most builds, identify the tools and supplies you will need, set up a build table, open the box and check the directions and pre-read just to mentally prepare for the work. Tekno did a great job with easy to follow directions and pointing out areas to be careful. As I went along I found everything was in the proper bags, labeled correctly...

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Life's Little Treasures...RC Vehicles

Posted by Scott VanAntwerp on

Having many years now to reflect back on, I remember my first RC. It wasn't really an RC but a Cox airplane on a pair of strings with a handle at the end that you held on to. I remember how fun it was when I first started up that engine and the noise of it. Then getting it off the ground and into flight (after many unsuccessful attempts) I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I was hooked. Then I realized that I could only go around in circles and at some point I became to dizzy and...

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Your Mother was Right, Take Care of Your Toys!

Posted by Scott VanAntwerp on

Hey Fellow RC Addicts, I'm not one to promote big corporations but Nike had it right. Just do it! That is the maintenance on your RC's vehicles in this case. Even if it's just blowing out the dust after a hard day's playing. You will find loose screws and notice things that maybe you didn't notice while you were at the track or out bashing around. It will save you money in the long run and possibly prevent a major parts failure that will really cost you and cut your day at the track short too. From time to time...

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