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RC Car Shreds Through Sand

Long gone are the days when radio controlled cars and trucks were simply a novelty item for kids. There’s a whole new frontier of RC cars and trucks designed to not just emulate the look of monster trucks in the arena and stock racing cars on the speedway – they can perform like them as well. This shows just one example of taking a high performance remote controlled truck with outfitted tires out onto soft sand and dirt.

It’s true – Traxxas certainly leads the pack when it comes to RC entertainment. Featuring a full line of racing models for any taste or budget, they’ve gotten themselves quite the following of ardent RC enthusiasts. And for good reason! Not only can vehicles like the E-Revo achieve speeds of up to 65+ mph, they can handle in true 4WD. It’s one of the reasons why after-market modders have taken a liking to these cars and trucks! Out of the box, they can tear up the road and mud.

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From the design down to the execution, this RC car was built with a waterproof MXL-6s Brushless Power System. While lesser RC vehicles will short in rain and bad conditions, the Traxxas E-Revo can go through mud and puddles without fear of shorting out.

While the Traxxas E-Revo remote control car advertises up to 25.2 Volts available for its Brushless Power system,
14.8 V is the standard configuration. And even with that, it’s able to achieve top speeds of 40 mph! So, not at all bad, E-Revo. We’ll discuss how it can be made even better with a few simple modifications.

Bluetooth Connectivity with Smartphone

Traxxas E-Revo now features a crystal clear radio system tuned to 2.4GHz. This line of sight TQi Radio System comes with the Traxxas Link Wireless Module – making it possible to finally link this RC car through a Bluetooth connection. Now your smartphone is also a way to keep track of this vehicle!

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It’s also extremely user friendly and informative in its displays. The E-Revo Traxxas is equipped with an RPM/speed sensor, motor temperature, and voltage telemetry sensors whi