By Brent Dewhurst

From the days of owning and proudly running Tamiya remote/radio controlled model cars back in the 1980's and early 1990's, where the enjoyment was predominantly driving and navigating back garden race tracks and the excitement of the open road... it is also a greater sense of ownership and accomplishment to fully restore these 'once were race winning' radio controlled cars.

Read more: The Joys of Restoring Vintage Tamiya Radio Controlled Cars

By Satvik Mittal

Consumer drones are not easy to put in different categories. However, we can categorize them based on price. If you are just starting out, we suggest that you go for a basic model, which will not cost you more than a few hundred dollars. The high-end models will cost you a few thousand dollars. While the technical specs of a drone are not as complicated as the specs of a smartphone, you still need to take into account a few factors before opting for a certain drone. Given below are some of the features that you should look for in a good drone.

Read more: 8 Factors To Consider When Buying A Drone

 

I liked this idea so much, I built one for myself, I used a Losi ROSS Starting System Module and used a Traxxas Link 2.4Ghz controller modified with a push button switch for the starter. This is a 2 channel receiver that has had a third channel enabled... I will soon be in the process of making a video on the modification and installation of the ROSS system... More info to come... Comments encouraged, higher interest in this will motivate me to get this video done faster. Thanks for your comments and interest in installing remote start on your Traxxas R/C Truck!

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