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Guide to Building RC Cars
Building an rc car correctly will make it go faster and handle better than an improperly built remote control car. Here is a step by step guide on workplace preparation, tools, cleaning ball bearings, motor cleaning tips, and building shock absorbers.
By organizing your workplace you can speed up the process of building rc cars.
As a tip, use a towel to keep parts from rolling off the table. Organize your tools and use the kit's manual. Here I am rebuilding a Tamiya TL-01 Ford SVT F-150 rc model kit.
Tools for Building RC Cars
It is important to use the correct tools when building an rc car. Here are some tools you will need:
WD-40 oil, mini screwdrivers, Tamiya wrench, super glue, cutting pliers, screwdriver (+), electrical tape, scissors, long nose pliers, screwdriver (-), brush, long screwdriver (+), and electrical screwdriver.
Tip: The electrical screwdriver really helps speed up the process of building rc cars. Make sure you use the correct screwdriver else you might run the risk of stripping a screw.
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