Friday, December 16, 2011

Have you checked out our Holiday Deals?!

Important Christmas Ordering Cutoffs

Dates are provided as a guide and are not guaranteed; shipment delays due to weather, order processing time, and other factors are possible during the busy holiday season.

Note:  Orders to APO/FPO addresses must be placed by 12/9/2011 (except APO/FPO AE ZIP 093, which must be placed by 12/2/2011)

US addresses only; excludes Puerto Rico

In-stock items only. Pre-order items excluded

Important notes
For fastest processing, please request to ship to your billing address and enter all your credit card information correctly.

If your billing address is different from your shipping address, we will email and/or call you to verify your order for your security and prevent fraud.  Please respond to your email or phone call so that there is no further delay on your order.

Normal processing time is 1-3 business days, but may take longer if your shipping address is different from your billing and we do not receive a verification response.

Once your order is shipped out, you will receive tracking information.

Once we release your order to the shipping carrier, it is up to them to deliver.

We do not allow local pick up at this time. 

On RARE occasions, there may be extreme weather conditions in your area or there are shipping delays through the carrier. We apologize in advance if that happens.  Please call 1-800-ASK-USPS for all USPS packages. Please call 1-800-PiCk-UPS for all UpS packages and have your tracking number ready.

We will do our best to process and ship your order as soon as possible.

You can always call us during regular business hours (pacific time) If the line is busy or we're out of office, please fill out the contact us page with a detailed message and we will respond as soon as we can.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Getting Started With Racing Gas Remote Control Cars.


The most important thing to a new RC car racer who has already purchased their RC car is learning how to race the car. This is not possible though if you will not prepare your car well for racing. The preparation you will make especially for the gas remote control cars will determine how well you will be racing and how much fun you will get in the end, that is why you need to take some time to prepare your RC car well and to ensure that it is fit enough to race.

You need an instruction manual with you in this preparation. All gas remote control cars come with their instruction manuals and the manufacturer has taken time to teach the users how they can prepare their cars before they start racing, this is therefore something that you will need help with as long as you have the instruction manual. The manual will guide you step by step in the preparation process and in the end, you will not miss out on any point that may make your car not to race as well as it should race.

The first thing you need to do is to fill the gas tank with fuel. Ensure that you have the fuel that matches your car’s engine type and fill the tank so that you will not restrict the fun that you will be having in racing. If you fill the tank, the car can race for a long time and this means that you will have so much fun. After that, you need to test the batteries for the remote control in order to ensure that they are working. If they are not working, ensure that you get those which are working because you will need the remote control in racing your gas remote control cars.

You need to remove pressure line from the car’s exhaust pipe, blow air into the pressure line. This will move the fuel through the fuel line to the carburetor. This is a very significant preparation to make, therefore ensure that you can see the fuel moving into the carburetor. Once everything is ready, you need to pull the starter in order to start the engine of your car, and then the car will be ready to race. Always ensure that the instruction manuals for your gas remote control cars are with you at all times in order for you to do the right thing.

The most important thing to note in this case is how to race. You need all the skills that you can gather in order to start having fun with your gas remote control car. The good thing is that gas remote control cars are not complicated one bit and a new racer can use them without so many problems. Once you start racing, you will realize how much fun you have been missing all along, and how important the RC car will be to you.

Monday, October 24, 2011