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Super Fast 70 MPH RC Cars
Here are gas rc cars that can exceed 70 mph. These are really fast!
Update: The CEN CT5 nitro rc car is 73mph out of the box.
CEN 70+ mph
CEN has released a line of gas powered rc cars that have been clocked at 73.4 mph. There is a Porsche 911 GT3, Subaru Impreza, Citrogen, Mercedes CLK, and BMW 320i. The 70+ mph is achieved by a 2 speed transmission and 2.5 nitro engine. These 1/10 nitro rc cars will supposedly reach 80+ mph by using the optional 3-speed transmission.
The chassis is the CT4S, using a big block 2.5, 35,000 rpm, 3-port engine. This kit comes with anti-roll bars, 2-speed transmission, 75cc fuel tank, oil filled shocks, countersunk chassis, pivot ball suspension, colored manifold, tuned pipe, 4-wheel drive, soft V thread tires, and full ball bearings. The kit comes with a Mirage III pistol grip radio.
You will need to buy R/C car hobby fuel, fuel bottle, glow plug igniter, all sold separately.
"Unless you're on a racetrack, the CT4 S probably won't have too many running mates when it reaches its upper speeds. There just aren't many RTR cars that can boast more than 50mph out of the box. But with its race-ready suspension and chassis, the CT4 S shouldn't be typecast as a straight-line speed machine. Most weekend racing clubs don't have strict engine-size rules, and I can easily imagine a CT4 S running at the track on Saturday morning and then finishing the day with neighborhood-bragging-rights speed runs. Sounds like fun!" - Radio Control Car Action
"There is simply no doubt, the CEN CT4-S is the fastest RTR on the market today. Out of the box, it is the only 1/10 Nitro Sedan that can break the 70mph barrier." - WildHobbies.com
70 mph RC Cars for Sale
Ready to buy? Vist the rc hobby shop section of this website for a list of online stores where you can buy these gas r/c models.
These fast gas rc cars are definitely not for beginners. You can buy them from your local hobby shop. If they do not have it, you can buy from a reputable online rc store.
P.S. Again, these are are very fast, definitely not for beginners and should only be run in rc car tracks or isolated places where there are no people or property that could be damaged by a 70 mph rc car.
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