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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

Worlds Fastest Rc Car

Worlds Fastest Rc Car

Zzzzooooooooommmmmmm … if that’s the sound you like to hear, then you are going to want the fastest RC cars available. I’ve got a need for speed too, and it’s amazing what RC cars can achieve in today’s world. Now, we aren’t stuck with a one-size-fits-all remote-controlled car that does everything “just okay.” Instead, we have options, like the best drift car, or the best truggy, or the fastest car. Did you know there is an RC car out there that can hit 196 mph? To put that into perspective, the Jaguar F-Type R Coupe can only hit a speed of 186 mph. We now have RC cars that can go faster than actual high-end sports cars. Unfortunately, that car is not available to buy commercially.
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

One answer for the uncompromising with a strong desire to own an exotic sports car without the option of forking over $300,000 or more is to shrink their exotic car dream exactly 1/7th.  The Traxxas XO-1 may not being an actual passenger hauling supercar, but if you can settle for a cutting-edge remote control car instead, then you should be quite pleased. The Traxxas XO-1 is a pretty amazing engineering feat. If it were a production car it would easily be one of the top 5 quickest production cars in the world with an impressive 0-60 mph of 2.3 seconds. Beyond this, the remote control supercar blasts from 0-100 mph in merely 4.92 seconds! Traxxas claims that the XO-1 is the fastest remote control car ever offered for sale and with its astonishing fast specs, we don’t doubt it. Aside from the performance specs, perhaps one of the coolest attributes of the Traxxas XO-1 remote control car is the ability to dock your Apple device, such as an iPhone, to its remote control base. This enables you to intuitively customize and tune the car to your specifications via a colorful multi-screen display on your device.
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

As far as THE fastest RC car available for sale is concerned, it is the Traxxas XO-1 Supercar. The XO-1 hits 100mph, with proper LiPos batteries. In fact, in the video below, someone got it up to 118.6MPH. It controls surprisingly well, given its speed and size. The XO-1 RC car will hit 60mph in just 2.3 seconds, and will hit a whopping 100mph in just 4.92 seconds. Traxxas partnered with Castle Creations to create the Mamba Monster Extreme power system for the XO-1s unique requirements. The motor is a mere few cubic inches so that it is able to be housed inside of the beautifully designed exterior. And, users are able to use the TQi with the Traxxas Link app for powerful tuning tools. But Traxxas’ fast car isn’t just fast — it’s also sexy! It comes in red, blue and black sock colorways, and they all look fantastic. So, if you want THE fastest RC car currently available, the Traxxas XO-1 is your choice.
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

Brandon Turkus A Jaguar F-Type R Coupe is capable of hitting 186 miles per hour. The new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is estimated to top out at 170, while the BMW M5 is electronically limited to 155 mph. All impressive figures, and all of them would lose in a top-speed race to this remote-controlled car. Called the R/C Bullet, it’s been clocked at almost 189 mph, which is enough to stake its claim to the title of World’s Fastest R/C Car. It looks like a spaceship, and when it zooms by, it certainly sounds extraterrestrial. It’s a ridiculous creation, and quite easily outruns the 100-mph Traxxas we told you about a few years ago. In fact, this latest run is a significant upgrade for owner Nic Case. He’s held and broken the past few Guinness World Records for R/C cars, hitting 161.76 in 2008 and 171.97 in November of 2013, according to RCgroups.com. Take a look at the video below to see Case’s car and its epic high-speed runs. //
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

A Jaguar F-Type R Coupe is capable of hitting 186 miles per hour. The new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is estimated to top out at 170, while the BMW M5 is electronically limited to 155 mph. All impressive figures, and all of them would lose in a top-speed race to this remote-controlled car. Called the R/C Bullet, it’s been clocked at almost 189 mph, which is enough to stake its claim to the title of World’s Fastest R/C Car. It looks like a spaceship, and when it zooms by, it certainly sounds extraterrestrial. It’s a ridiculous creation, and quite easily outruns the 100-mph Traxxas we told you about a few years ago. In fact, this latest run is a significant upgrade for owner Nic Case. He’s held and broken the past few Guinness World Records for R/C cars, hitting 161.76 in 2008 and 171.97 in November of 2013, according to RCgroups.com. Take a look at the video below to see Case’s car and its epic high-speed runs.
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

Traxxas also has a nitro car that can hit high speeds, although it isn’t quite as fast as Cen Racing’s. The Traxxas 4-Tec 3.3 hits speeds over 70mph, and comes equipped with the world’s most advanced Ready-To-Race radio system, the Traxxas TQi, which links up directly with the Traxxas Link app to tweak your RC car and optimize it. The 4-Tec 3.3 has factory installed telemetry sensors and a TRX 3.3 racing engine — which is not only functional, but very impressive-looking as well. It also uses the Traxxas EZ-Start system which starts the car with the simple push of a button, and has onboard Smart Start technology that monitors critical starting functions and diagnoses any potential issues. The electronics within are also protected by the Traxxas Lifetime Electronics Warranty. It also doesn’t look like your typical Nitro RC car, as it has high-tech graphics and comes in four colors: red, blue, white and black. The 4-Tec 3.3 also has a high-impact bumper w/ foam attachments to protect it as it crashes at top speeds.
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

X5 Nick Maslowski’s background in aerospace engineering is apparent in his flagship car. In the back, tail fins reminiscent of a jet’s vertical stabilizers prevent fishtailing. He gave the car front-wheel drive for better control, but there was too little aerodynamic downforce at the front. Above 80 mph, the nose would lift and the tires would blow out. After tweaking the translucent plastic body to boost downforce, Maslowski hopes his tires will hold up past the vaunted 100mph mark. “I’m right there,”he says. “The car’s got enough power.”
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Worlds Fastest Rc Car

The only negative that we can think of concerning this sweet remote car is the fact that it requires a rather high degree of skill to operate, thus alienating newbie’s like me until I increase my remote control car driving skills.  Although if I’m shelling out of a thousand bucks plus for a single remote control car, then I darn well better know how to drive it well.
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If you’re looking for something even cheaper that still hits over 70mph, check out Traxxas’ 6907 1/8 NHRA Funny Car RTR. It comes in at under $300, yet still hits speeds over 70mph. This funny car comes fully assembled and ready to race. It has a realistic tube style black chrome chassis and also has an extremely powerful ET-2400 brushless motor. Of course, you’re able to sync it up with the TQi radio system and Traxxas app for torque control and other optimization settings. It has a low profile, and uses high-speed stick tires so that it is easier to control.  The model 6907 also has authentic funny car styling throughout, right down to the chrome wheels. The top flips up just like real funny cars, too, and has an adjustable wheelie bar. It’s fully electric, so you don’t have to worry about gas or oil as you do with Nitro RC cars.
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Written by Sander van Geelen Oct 7, 2015 James Beswick always had a bit of a thing for radio-controlled cars – especially high-speed drag racing. He’s been building them for a few years now, but decided to take things to the next level. To do that he realised he was going to have to think outside the pre-built box and build his own! After reading about 3D printing and giving it a try for himself it changed his whole world. The entire process of building and designing his own RC-car became so much faster and easier. According to James, “It sped up the building process significantly and opened so many more exciting possibilities. I think I can honestly say I’d be lost without my Ultimaker in my life.””For me the only hard part of the process is the waiting. I don’t always get the parts perfect first time but with the nature of 3D printing it’s so simple to go back to the design and make slight changes, then try again. The process is as simple as: Imagine, Design, Print, Enjoy!”James in his workshopWith bold new ideas to try James wanted a machine he could use to create both the 4-foot-long body-shell and the high precision internal parts required. The Ultimaker 2 Extended got his attention thanks to its taller build volume, which was exactly what he needed. To beat the competition James would need to come up with a unique body design that was strong and had minimal air resistance. The build volume of the Extended allowed for larger, more streamlined parts to be built. The current R/C world record has very recently been set at 202 miles per hour and I won’t be stopping with the development of my project until I can go faster. The open filament system was another big plus, as it allowed him to experiment with various materials to uncover the best characteristics for different parts. After a short spell of testing James settled on a flexible filament for shock absorption, but a PLA/PHA filament – PLA made less brittle by being blended with a more flexible PHA polymer – for the body due to its strength and lack of warping.The R/C car designNot just the body-shell was printed on the Extended. The rear wing, servo holders, controller mounts, battery and cable clamps, even shock absorbers for the electronics were also 3D printed. And thanks to the fast process of 3D printing and its low cost, James can continue his streak of improvements. So far the design of the body has proven to be extremely stable, but as the speeds increase subtle changes will be needed in the aerodynamics to make sure the car stays firmly on the ground at high speed. “I’ve learnt through testing that stones at high speed versus PLA are a deadly mix, so in the next version of the body I’ll be printing I’ll be addressing a few weak spots,” he adds.James at the racetrack“The current R/C world record has very recently been set at 202 miles per hour and I won’t be stopping with the development of my project until I can go faster.” James told us.Well, then I guess we’ll see him in the Guinness Book Of Records next – good luck!View more engineering 3D print projects

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