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Tony Phalen - As an avid RC enthusiast, Tony has been building, bashing and racing RC Cars for over 25 years. He has raced everything from 1:18th scale trucks to 1:5 scale motorcycles and everything in-between. He's also worked on both sides of the industry fence; working at and with many major manufacturers (as well as being a sponsored driver) to working for a high-profile industry magazine. During this time he has learned many tricks, tips and techniques and has transferred that knowledge to CompetitionX - the most informative RC website on the internet! More articles by Tony Phalen

Wallie Builds Pre-Built Gold Turnbuckles | CompetitionX

Wallie Builds Pre-Built Gold Turnbuckles | CompetitionX

If you’re looking to add some additional bling to your Team Associated B6.1 or B74, check out these Pre-Built Gold Turnbuckles from Wallie Builds! These turnbuckles are factory replacements and come with official Team Associated …

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Tamiya New Releases – ELEVEN New Rides! | CompetitionX

Tamiya New Releases - ELEVEN New Rides! | CompetitionX

With the Nuremburg show happening right now in Japan, there’s always and influx of new rides from many manufacturers – Tamiya being one of them. That being said, we’re seeing ELEVEN new rides come from …

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1up Racing Embroidered Windbreaker Jacket | CompetitionX

1up Racing Embroidered Windbreaker Jacket | CompetitionX

Look cool while keeping warm with this new windbreaker jacket from 1up Racing. This lightweight jacket is made from 100% polyester with a 100% polyester jersey lining – great for keeping you warm in the …

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Wallie Builds Carbon Fiber Side Guards – B74 | CompetitionX

Wallie Builds Carbon Fiber Side Guards - B74 | CompetitionX

The Team Associated B74 is an awesome 4WD buggy that comes with all the right parts. To help make this ride a bit more factory, Wallie Builds has introduced a killer-looking set of carbon fiber …

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Hop Up Corner: Tamiya Dancing Rider

Hop Up Corner: Tamiya Dancing Rider

Best Performance Parts for Your Tamiya Dancing Rider Tamiya’s Dancing Rider has become a very popular little 3-wheeler. It addition to it’s unique design, it’s a very fun little trike to drive. Moderate speeds, delightful …

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Team Associated DR10 | CompetitionX

Team Associated DR10 | CompetitionX

Team Associated employees has been posting a lot of ‘personal’ pix of their ‘No Prep’, short course-based drag racers over the past couple of weeks. That being said, it’s really no surprise to see the …

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Castle Creations 2028 Extreme 800kV Sensored Brushless Motor | CompetitionX

Castle Creations 2028 Extreme 800kV Sensored Brushless Motor | CompetitionX

Castle Creations has dropped a new brushless motor for large scale applications. The 2028 Extreme is a 4-pole, 12-slot sensored brushless motor that spins in at only 800kV! It’s updated design produces less heat while …

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STRC Carbon Fiber Shock Towers for ARRMA Limitless/Infraction | CompetitionX

STRC Carbon Fiber Shock Towers for ARRMA Limitless/Infraction | CompetitionX

STRC has a couple new parts for you ARRMA Limitless/Infraction owners! These shock towers are made from 5mm carbon fiber and are a direct replacement for the stock parts. Not only are they lightweight, but …

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Axial Yeti Jr. Upgrade Parts | CompetitionX

Own an Axial Racing Yeti Jr.? If so then you’re going to love these new parts! AXI31622 Axial Yeti Jr. Steering Knuckle Set CNC’ed from 6061 aluminum and hard anodized, these replace the stock parts …

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Pro-Line Parts – Jeep Gladiator, Axis Body, Big Bore Scaler Shocks, Hole Shot 3.0 and Aluminum Hex Adapters | CompetitionX

Pro-Line Parts - Jeep Gladiator, Axis Body, Big Bore Scaler Shocks, Hole Shot 3.0 and Aluminum Hex Adapters | CompetitionX

Pro-Line Racing has recently released a handful of new parts; let’s take a look at what’s new! Pro-Line Jeep Gladiator Rubicon Clear Body The Jeep Gladiator has become quite the popular rig in the past …

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