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Tamiya Rising Fighter Buggy Radio Controlled Car with everything £99 at Goldstarstockists £99.99

£99.99 @ Goldstarstockists
I bought one for my Nephew for Christmas.. Its not a bad Radio Controlled car for a beginner and its a bargain as it comes with everything. Its also fast. :) 1 x Rising Fighter Buggy Kit with M… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
I bought one for my Nephew for Christmas..
Its not a bad Radio Controlled car for a beginner and its a bargain as it comes with everything. Its also fast. :)

1 x Rising Fighter Buggy Kit with Mtroniks Sport 20 Forward/Reverse electronic speedo
1 x Acoms Techniplus 27Mhz Radio with 1 Steering Servo
1 x Orion 1800 7.2v Sport Battery Pack
1 x Ansmann Overnight Battery Charger

These items have been hand picked to ensure compatibility and will all go together to make a brilliant, high performance, go anywhere car. All you need add is 8 AA batteries for the handset. The Mtroniks speed controller is superior to the standard Tamiya unit since it is completely waterproof and able to support higher power motors for later upgrades!

Rising Fighter

A new off-road buggy aimed at the first time builder and racer, the all terrain 2WD Rising Fighter inherits all its great qualities and excellent performance from its predecessors Hornet, Grasshopper, Fighter Buggy and Mad Fighter, using a similar body to the Mad Fighter.

Length: 418mm, Width: 236mm, Height: 187mm, Wheel base: 268mm, Weight: 1000g.
Independent swing axles for the front suspension, a rolling rigid rear suspension, and large sized friction dampers effectively absorb shocks and bumps.
Bevel type diff gear.
Semi monocoque structure acts as the chassis strengthening part (Screws are used to secure the resin body to the bathtub chassis).
Fully enclosed gearbox preventing dirt and debris from interfering with operation.
Powered by a 540 motor (included).
Grooved front tyres and rear spike tires ensure excellent traction for any surface.
Stylish resin moulded body.
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#1
I hope you are going to build it for him aswell.
I used to love radio controlled cars and remember taking them to a track, back then the battery lasted about 10 minutes but i guess things have improved now
I am so tempted to buy one to bring back the good old times. aghhh i'm old.
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Carson (Tamiya Germany) C404007 Porsche 911 GT3 (RTR - USED) £99.00 £39.00
Carson (Tamiya Germany) C404007 Porsche 911 GT3 (RTR - USED)
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RRP £99. Our price £39 - save £60!

These models are what is known in the trade as "used graded stock". This means that they have previously been sold and returned - for example to mail order companies, when people change their mind. The models have been throughly checked and are in full working order, however there are signs of use - most notably some scuffing to the bodywork where the model has glanced off a kerb or wall - however, although slightly scuffed, there are no splits on the bodywork. There may also be some dust on the tyres where they have been tested in the warehouse to ensure they function correctly, and the boxes show some signs of wear. However, these are sold at £60 off, so make a nice toy for someone!

Includes 9.6v Battery and Charger

These are ideal for ages 5 to 12 years, and are a great "2nd" RC car (i.e. after the type of smaller or slower car you might buy in a toy shop). They are quite quick and are easy to drive. The next step up from these is the kit cars or XB Pro cars listed in this section.

The Porsche Carrera 911 GT3 RS, a dream car that has no equal ...

Based on the Tamiya Quickdrive chassis, now licensed to Carson (Tamiya Germany), this model features a new body plus enhanced electrics giving a higher speed and better control than last year's QD cars!

This amazing replica in scale 1:10 is not only visually, but also technical top notch, and brings the dream of every car fan a little bit closer. Climb in and drive the 911 in scale 1:10 - exclusively from CARSON (Tamiya Germany!).

By using standard crystals up to 6 vehicles to be driven simultaneously.

Technical details:
Length approximately 475 mm
2WD rear wheel drive
27 MHz remote control steerwheel radio
Includes 9.6v Battery and Charger
The remote control allows a stepless smooth control of speed and particularly sensitive steering.
http://goldstarstockists.net/live/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/321/products_id/41854

Scalextric C2606 Dallara Indy BARGAIN £12.99
Scalextric C2606 Dallara Indy BARGAIN
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A great car for the kids to play with - these are basic Indy/F1 type cars, with a Scalextric logo on the side.

Brand new and boxed.

Originally made as a 2004 Scalextric Club car - limited stock available.
http://goldstarstockists.net/live/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/321/products_id/40923
#3
I wouldnt bother with one of these. They are using out dated Batteries, speed controllers, Radio controls etc.
#4
chiners_68
I wouldnt bother with one of these. They are using out dated Batteries, speed controllers, Radio controls etc.


hmm.... very helpful there...

care to make any recommendations for a first timer?
#5
I used to love radio controlled cars and remember taking them to a track, back then the battery lasted about 10 minutes but i guess things have improved now


Not wrong there,Still do it myself, And its now stuff like This and This, Brushless Motors,Lithium Battery's for over 30 minute run times and 50+ Mph, Things really have come along.
#6
Anyone recommend a sub £100 one for an eight year old who wants to move on from the crappy argos models?
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Have a look here http://www.modelsport.co.uk/?CallFunction=Category&CategoryID=992010

you want an RTR (ready to roll) car as it will come with all the bits ready to go.

Look for 2.4GHz radio & really you want Lipo(Lipoly) battiers not Nihms. Lipolys are higher capacity & give greater performance than Nihms(Nickel metal Hydride). I see some of the models on here are 2.4GHz but are shipping with NIHM's still. Normal cars are 1:10th scale but I know a year back 1:18 scale cars were shipping with 2.4 & Lipo..
#8
dips
Anyone recommend a sub £100 one for an eight year old who wants to move on from the crappy argos models?

Try this site, I got my kids the rock crawler and the service was very good.
model below is £130, this is good spec for the price but you need alot of room for one of these as they fly, rock crawlers are slower but can go anywhere and can be used indoors on obstacle courses the kids make
http://www.nitrotek.co.uk/pioneer-electric-brushless-rc-truggy.html

Edited By: [email protected] on Oct 21, 2010 15:16: price
#9
babylon
I used to love radio controlled cars and remember taking them to a track, back then the battery lasted about 10 minutes but i guess things have improved now


Not wrong there,Still do it myself, And its now stuff like This and This, Brushless Motors,Lithium Battery's for over 30 minute run times and 50+ Mph, Things really have come along.


Back in the 80's I had a Frog and a petrol engine car(wish i could remember name). In my street there were about 7/8 other kids with Grasshoppers,Hornets etc Sunday afternoons all of us out in the street having races, building jumps and my speciality going underneath real cars as they drive up the street.
Those days were the best.
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I've seen this in action. It does work, but it is still a little buggy.
#11
babylon
I used to love radio controlled cars and remember taking them to a track, back then the battery lasted about 10 minutes but i guess things have improved now


Not wrong there,Still do it myself, And its now stuff like This and This, Brushless Motors,Lithium Battery's for over 30 minute run times and 50+ Mph, Things really have come along.


wow those links are bad boys!! cost the same as a real car though?

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