RC BUGGIES or radio controlled cars are a great source of entertainment for people who have a thing for mechanical and electronic stuffs. The RC buggy is not new and has a history which dates back to 1940s. Since then the buggies have undergone a massive evolution and today, RC BUGGIES are robust, strong and capable of maneuvering the deadliest of tracks. If you want to start RC car racing, then there will be a lot you would need to bear. This sport is best done with a DIY (do it yourself) spirit and it would be best if you do most of the enhancements and preparations yourself. This might even include making your own dirt tracks.

The first thing that comes to mind if you are planning to start RC buggy racing, is which car to own. This can be a challenging task, especially for those who have no knowledge of this field. If you choose a radio controlled vehicle, then you might need to spend more time and effort maintaining and repairing your vehicle rather than driving. But this activity itself can be a lot of fun. If you do not have the instinct for making your own car from spare parts of other cars or redesign/modify your existing car to add some feature, then this sport may not be your forte. Just like original cars, your modifications and readjustments may lead to reduced performance of your vehicle. In that case, you will have to start from square one again. Torturous as it may sound, but believe it or not, it is an extremely enjoyable and learning experience (and at times, frustrating as well).

RC BUGGIES come in two variants depending on fuel consumption. The electric RC is battery driven and convenient to use. It can be driven indoors as well as outdoors. To run your electric RC efficiently, you need to master the art of maneuvering batteries of various types. Electric RCs pose no serious problem while recharging and maintaining. You can run them quickly after recharging and the motors do not create much noise. Nitro driven RCs on the other hand are very noisy and run almost always on outdoor tracks. The nitro fuel can create a lot of mess and hence, after every race you need to clean your buggy laboriously. But the thrust and speed provided by the nitro run RC DIRT BUGGIES is awesome and that’s why racers go for them.

A monster-sized version of the RC buggy is the RC truggy. The RC TRUGGIES are inspired by the stadium truck design and many times, a truggy is made by simply replacing the wheels of a buggy by giant wheels. But sophisticated truggy-parts are also available with varying cost and features. Truggies make an enjoyable and excitement filled drive in rough and uneven terrains.