Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies

Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies
Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies is listed in the Professional Organizations category in Chula Vista, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

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1223 3rd Ave
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 422-2724

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Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Chula Vista, California is 38 and in the category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Hey RC crawlers! 6 TRX-4 crawlers just showed up! We now have 5 left. Our next shipment of these should be the first week of August. We are ready to do some damage! THANX!

If you remember this as I do, you're OLD! Like me you had a great experience with RC, in it's simplicity, in the early 90's. We traded this for a T-MAXX big block conversion chassis that we had for about 10 years. It was time to say goodbye to one classic and hello to an equally old pan car classic. It's a kit, so, going to build it for drag racing! Stay tuned!

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We recently purchased a Viper electric kit from RC Innovations, I built the kit, took some photos, and made some notes. Here they are. Very clean graphite, no tattered edges It would be nice to have instructions, but the company just refers you to their YouTube pages The first thing I do on any build that is primarily graphite, is seal all the edges with CA This keeps the graphite from chipping as easily and gives it a much cleaner appearance It's disappointing that the battery holder can only accommodate a one cell, unless you buy the two cell kit from the start. It should be big enough to accommodate both a one or two cell from the beginning. The video "instructions" neglect to tell you about putting the spur gear on the rear of the right hub. On a note about hardware, I would seriously think about replacing it all with at least Dubro 4-40, especially the set screws. Upon going through the parts and the videos, I noticed not only are the servo mounts not drilled (could be to accommodate different size servos) but there is no steering linkage. You are told in one of the videos how some people make them. Wondering why 96 tooth spur from the manufacturer actually has a smaller diameter than a kimbrough. By changing out the rear spacers on the lower strut to a slightly shorter one, you can put caster in your front end. This helps calm the front end down and make it a little less "darty". Make sure you remove all the mold "flashing" with a bit of sanding. I use a little sand board. It's a nice kit, the build is pretty straight forward. A nice little add-on would be if you could find an old Bolink springer front end, it might help with the bumps. It's also nice that the wheely bar comes with it. But for just over $200 I wouldn't expect any less.

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TRAXXAS 4TEC 2.0 in stock. This car is sexy.

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Krazy Kevins RC Hobbies is a family owned and operated company. Since 1987, we've been meeting all your RC car parts and service needs.

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