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Axial® radio control rigs are available pre-built and ready-to-run (RTR) with electronics installed or as kits that you can build yourself and equip with your choice of electronics.

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Axial® radio control rigs in the ready-to-run (RTR) completion level usually include the factory-built RC vehicle plus a radio system, motor, and nearly everything else needed to hit the trails right out of the box. These RC rigs are ideal for new RC hobbyists and anyone who is more interested in adventuring than building. The Axial selection includes a size and style of RTR rig that’s perfect for you.

Newcomers to the radio control hobby often choose a ready-to-run RC rock crawler as their first model. There are many advantages to starting with a ready-to-run RC rig. Out of the box they’re already factory-built and painted, and because they usually come with nearly everything required for operation, you’ll save time and won’t have to wonder which are the best completion items to add. But even if you choose a ready-to-run Axial vehicle, read through its description carefully. Sometimes a rechargeable RC car battery and RC charger are not included. RC hobbyists often already own these and will reuse them from one vehicle to the next.

Axial RC rigs are also available in the kit completion level, but these are best for RC hobbyists with at least some experience (or access to experienced help). Not only do RC car kits take more time to assemble, but they also leave many important decisions up to the builder — what motor to install, which tires to use, how to paint the body, and so on. Putting together a remote control car or truck kit is a good way to learn how your model works and how to fix it if anything goes wrong. But it can be challenging for first time RC hobbyists who mostly just want to get out on the trails.

Many remote control car and truck hobbyists enjoy maintaining and upgrading their RC vehicles almost as much as they love driving them. Whether you start with a ready-to-run or kit Axial rig, as you gain experience, you can experiment with different motors and optional parts to keep it going strong and performing better than ever.

Axial RTR and kit remote control RC rock crawlers come in a wide variety of styles and sizes. One of the most enjoyable parts of shopping for an Axial RC rig is browsing through the choices to find the one that’s perfect for you!

BY COMPLETION

Axial® radio control rigs in the ready-to-run (RTR) completion level usually include the factory-built RC vehicle plus a radio system, motor, and nearly everything else needed to hit the trails right out of the box. These RC rigs are ideal for new RC hobbyists and anyone who is more interested in adventuring than building. The Axial selection includes a size and style of RTR rig that’s perfect for you.

Newcomers to the radio control hobby often choose a ready-to-run RC rock crawler as their first model. There are many advantages to starting with a ready-to-run RC rig. Out of the box they’re already factory-built and painted, and because they usually come with nearly everything required for operation, you’ll save time and won’t have to wonder which are the best completion items to add. But even if you choose a ready-to-run Axial vehicle, read through its description carefully. Sometimes a rechargeable RC car battery and RC charger are not included. RC hobbyists often already own these and will reuse them from one vehicle to the next.

Axial RC rigs are also available in the kit completion level, but these are best for RC hobbyists with at least some experience (or access to experienced help). Not only do RC car kits take more time to assemble, but they also leave many important decisions up to the builder — what motor to install, which tires to use, how to paint the body, and so on. Putting together a remote control car or truck kit is a good way to learn how your model works and how to fix it if anything goes wrong. But it can be challenging for first time RC hobbyists who mostly just want to get out on the trails.

Many remote control car and truck hobbyists enjoy maintaining and upgrading their RC vehicles almost as much as they love driving them. Whether you start with a ready-to-run or kit Axial rig, as you gain experience, you can experiment with different motors and optional parts to keep it going strong and performing better than ever.

Axial RTR and kit remote control RC rock crawlers come in a wide variety of styles and sizes. One of the most enjoyable parts of shopping for an Axial RC rig is browsing through the choices to find the one that’s perfect for you!