Choose the remote control car of your dreams and set out to conquer the track.
Choose an electric or fuel-powered remote control car.
Remote control cars are divided into two main categories according to their type of motorisation. Firstly, there are electric RC cars. These types of cars are often a good choice for beginners. They are easy to maintain and handle. However, there are also electric RC racing cars that can reach super-fast speeds on high-level tracks. Electric RC cars are low maintenance and don’t make a lot of noise, which means you can drive for hours without disturbing your neighbours. Electric cars usually have rechargeable batteries for drive and motor power. Some brushless motors are extremely powerful when accompanied by LiPo batteries and can be as powerful as a fuel (internal combustion) radio control car. Combustion, or nitro fueled radio-controlled cars, are powered by nitromethane, which makes them extremely powerful. They are therefore often used in competitions. For a long time, the most important category of radio-controlled nitro car racing was the 1/8 scale on road track cars. This has now been replaced by 1/8 scale off-road nitro car championships.
Fast and responsive, these vehicles are loved by model car enthusiasts.
For hours of driving on all terrains and circuits, Scientific MHD offers a wide range of electric and combustion remote control cars.
The different types of remote control cars
There are different types of remote control cars. The most famous is probably the Buggy type, which is an off-road model used in the competition organised by the European Federation of Radio Operated Model Automobiles. These cars go extremely fast and can perform amazing jumps. You also have the model Truggy which is designed for very difficult terrains and is often reserved for experts. Check out the Touring model, which is made specifically for racing on flat surfaces like asphalt and carpet. This model will definitely provide hours of fun for you and the whole family. Finally, the 1/30 and 1/32 scale cars are specially designed for electric road circuits. These cars will satisfy all drivers depending on the different terrains they are used on.
How do you look after an RC car?
It is recommended to clean your remote control car after each use, as dust or mud can accumulate and damage the circuits. To remove, we recommend that you use a microfiber cloth. For the wheels, we recommend a fine brush that will fit into all the small gaps. Now your remote control car is clean and ready to take on any terrain!