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redcat at las vegas event sema 2021

Last weekend SEMA 2021 has been held at the Las Vegas Convention. After over a year of pandemic it’s a real pleasure to see an event finally held fisically. Redcat Racing made a great job promoting our hobby allowing show-goers to see their RC models in action. It was the most crowded booth in the area. The rear of the booth featured a custom built interactive scale crawler course while the front of the booth included a scale lowrider boulevard.

The custom crawler course featured interactivity with the Redcat Gen8 V2 International Harvester Scout, 1:8 scale Marksman Trail Crawler, Everest Gen7 Sport, and the perfect Holiday gift, the Danchee Ridgerock 4WD 4WS offroad crawler. Participants could navigate the vehicles over realistic mountainous terrain which included steep inclines, declines and a wooden bridge.

FC Brigham of Redcat said “The Redcat portal axles are so true to scale that in 2019 an automotive school had purchased several of Redcat’s portal axles to use in their classrooms as teaching aids.”

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Redcat TC8 Marksman - Brushed Electric Trail Crawler 1

Redcat Racing announced the brand new frwler TC8 Marksman built on the new 1/8th scale TC8 platform, which includes XR247 axles, superior electronics and a scale body. The Marksman is a highly capable RTR scale trail crawler that includes our trusted RCR-2CENR 2-channel 2.4GHz radio system, HobbyWing QuicRun WP Crawler 80A ESC, and Holmes Hobbies 13T Crawlmaster 550 brushed motor.

Redcat TC8 Marksman - Brushed Electric Trail Crawler chassis

The TC8-Marksman is our first ready-to-run 1:8 scale trail crawler. The Marksman uses the new Redcat TC8 1:8 scale platform, which includes XR247 axles, superior electronics and a scale body.

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Redcat Racing: SixtyFour Lowrider Kandy Chrome

Redcat revealed the new the new color option for the SixtyFour lowrider KandynChrome Edition, Mint Green.  The Sixty-Four is designed for slow cruising and performing tricks that you can only do with special hydraulically actuated suspensions. Using specialty servos and precision weight bias, it replicates the driving style and overall look of a full sized lowrider / hopper.

Check the mini documentary “Making of the Redcat SixtyFour” below!

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RC Lowriders 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS - Fully Functional Hopping Lowrider

The new Redcat Sixty-Four hopping lowrider captures the 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS in a classic highly-detailed, fully-functioning 1/10 scale Remote Control Car. The Sixty-Four was designed from the ground up with the lowrider, auto enthusiast and R/C scaler communities in mind.

RC Lowriders 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS - Fully Functional Hopping Lowrider

Every detail of the Sixty-Four was painstakingly and passionately created with scale accuracy and detail in mind. The Impala SS interior and exterior badging adorn the beautiful 1964 Impala SS body and interior. 23 individual chrome plated molded parts are used to create the body’s chrome accessories.

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Redcat- RC-MT10E Monster Truck

Redcat Racing decided to re-release the monster truck Team Redcat TR-MT10E under the new name RC-MT10E. All the features and specifications included in the original model are the same but the servo has been upgraded from a 15Kg to a 25Kg metal gear servo and the price has been reduced.

This 1/10 scale monster truck features reinforced differentials, hardened steel driveshafts, high quality ball bearings throughout, durable long travel suspension, and offroad front bumper with working LEDs.

Check below the official video of the RC-MT10E!

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