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|I've heard that it's pretty expensive to get into r.c., is this true?||This is false! It actually only takes around $225 (estimated for an r.c. car and includes the cost of a complete set: kit, battery, charger, and remote), depending on what type of model you're interested in, and what other details you prefer (i.e. special tires, rims, bodies, lights, etc.). This is minus any basic tools needed to assemble/maintain your model.|
|What's the difference between these r.c. models, and the ones sold in retail stores?||First, these r.c. models are a little bit more complex, they allow you to tune and add accessories to your model to improve it's look and performance. Secondly, these r.c. models far outdo retail models in performance. The speed of these models can range anywhere from 20 to 100's of miles per hour. And finally, replacing individual parts vs. sending the model back to the manufacturer is much simpler. There is only the need to buy the replacement part for these models, which may only cost a few dollars, when retail-store models must be sent back to the manufacturer, which could sometimes cost more than it took to initially purchase the model. There is a big decrease in hassle and time of waiting for your model to return. These are just a few points to start on...|