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  1. Hi Folks Ayrshire Radio Controlled Car Club is based at mosshill industrial estate and is a place for novice and experienced racers to race we have 3 purpose built indoor tracks for onroad, offroad and drift both our onroad and offroad tracks are equipped with amb timing equipement we run all kinds of 1/10th electric from buggies, trucks, touring car, mini chassis, F1 and drift new this year is the tamiya holiday buggy class which is an affordable entry level for newcomers and also a fun class for the more experienced racers we currently run on a monday and friday night from 6.45pm till 9.45pm we are holding a open track day on the 10th of march would be great to see some new faces weather you have just popped down for a look or to run everyone is welcome please note if you are using lipo batteries these must be charged in a lipo bag cost is £10 to run all 3 tracks all day any other questions feel free to contact me or post on this page
  2. Does any know if it is possible to fit 26mm tyres on to 24mm wheel rims? Many thanks in advance
  3. Hello...I have a TL01 chassis and I need some advice about the rubber tyres for outside tarmac surface...as you probably know the wear is huge...do you have some experience which tyres should I use? ...what about the foam inside the tyre do you recomend it? ...I also see a lots of movies on internet how to make a rubber tyres at home...is anyone done this...maybe some advice? ...thanks.
  4. TwistedxSlayer

    12mm hex on road wheels and tyres

    As above really. Unsure of the brand. Tyres have lots of life left in them. Ive never ran them. They came on a tamiya i bought. They are unglued. No foams. Sold as seen £10 posted.
  5. So, ever since I got back into R/C a few months ago I've been toying around with my Lunchbox and it's great fun, but I'd like something for car park bashing, since there's a nice car park just a two minutes walk away from where I live and it's completely empty on the weekends! I used to have a TA02 about 7 years ago and actually ran it often on the aforementioned parking lot and it was great fun! Ideally I would like another TA02 runner, but as I'm a bit impatient and there's nothing that really catches my eye on ebay currently, I've been looking at new kits. There's a few that have caught my eye. Mainly the TT-01E as it is available with a BMW E36 318i STW body shell and I drive an E36 as my 1:1 car and at 119€ it's affordable. But also, I've found a shop selling the M-04 for 99€ with the Miata body shell. I've always liked the Miata and 99€ is an attractive price. Which of both chassis would be the better choice for car park bashing? What are the recommended hop ups in either case? What are other affordable alternatives readily available out there? Some input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.