How to Break in Your RC Boat's Nitro Engine By Lynn McArthur
Now that you have a new nitro radio controlled boat, you need to know what you need to do to break it in properly. Breaking in your nitro engine properly is such a critical step...do not bypass this process, or you will be sorry!
It's important that during the first couple of tanks of fuel you run in your nitro RC boat, that you pay attention to varying and limiting your speed. Be sure not to run your engine past half-throttle, and don't run it at a constant speed.
In case you are thinking on getting a RC Quadcopter then a great location to look is one of the many Websites that offer comprehensive Quadcopter Reviews.
These websites will provide you guidance on what model is best suited for you. Quadcopter fanatics post on a number of review websites that contain great deals and details for getting your very own Remote Control Quadcopter. From a Nano Drone to a big Quadcopter model, you will have a design that's tailor-fit to your demands.
Getting Into RCGT (Radio Control Grand Touring) By Tony Phalen
What is RCGT? RCGT is currently the hottest and quickest growing class in the touring car scene. RCGT (or Radio Controlled Grand Touring) was started in the SoCal area by local manufacturer, HPI Racing. Applying a few 'Spec' rules, their goal was to bring some of the fun and enthusiasm back to touring cars by adding a sense of realism to the class. This also means that anyone, including current racers, can get into this growing class by using an inexpensive touring car, a set of treaded tires and a realistic body!
Ever Wanted To Own A RC Boat But Didn't Know Where To Start? By Gene Luncinski
These boats are available either in kits or are already assembled. Putting an RC boat together is great entertainment and is a source of relaxation for all age groups, be it young or old and for people with different skill sets. We all are familiar with the toy boats which have been around for as long as teddy bears.
RC boats or Remote Control boats are a famous division of the craze of "remote control" toys. It comes in a wide variety of styles from small and gentle to wild, fast and furious. A passionate RC boat hobbyist is very much into speed racing, while the keen collector is more into building and designing his own sailboat in which he derives pleasure.
Fast electric RC boats are pleasant and fun because of their quiet engines, and so they are welcomed in the lakes.
Many Internet forums promote the craze for RC boats. Most people are enthusiastic of the RC boat hobby or at times even "crazy" about this fun sport.
The structure of these boats are small, but their size is still larger than those of the average boats. However, because of the small size, the battery power lasts for only 20 minutes, which means one can enjoy the lake for just 20 minutes at a time. But even with the short battery life, the popularity of these boats are increasing day by day.
The intricate assembly process is something that fascinates the users. However, in spite of the fun it offers, the part assembly process is not for kids. The kits contain minute parts that can be assembled only with the help of special tools. Someone who is really advanced in this skill and is a hard-core RC boat lover will enjoy this assembly process, along with a sense of accomplishment when the model is completed. The boats that are all ready assembled do not require much setup or assembly.
There are many different varieties of model boats. The Electric RC boats are operated with the help of a battery and are a fun-time for those who are just beginners in this hobby as it is less costly and are easier to control. But once their battery power is low, they tend to slow down.
The RC Gas Boat is the perfect choice for the expert RC boaters as is the biggest and fastest model. Standard auto fuel is used in the RC gas boats. These are high priced but have a long life and can surely blow your mind with its furious speed and ravishing looks.
RC Sail boats are cool looking, nature-friendly boats which are powered by wind. One needs to control the wheel and pressure himself. These are useful in learning real-life sailing.
Once you have bought an RC Boat, all you need to do is just head outdoors to a lake or pond near you. Hopefully on a clear, warm sunny day with calm to moderate winds for loads of fun for the day.