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Bit­ty­de­sign

Car Stand 1/8 Buggy & Truggy MSRP: $24 bit­ty­de­sign.net / amain­hob­bies.com

Features: Bit­ty­de­sign’s Car Stand is scaled for 1/8 scale bug­gies and trug­gies, but is also a great stand for 1/10 scale ve­hi­cles. It is laser cut from 4mm thick clear plas­tic and features non-slip foam pads as well as holes in the top that fit 1/8 shocks and a fuel gun.

What the user says: “The car stand is a must-have any­where I go, I opted for the larger 1/8th scale model from Bit­ty­de­sign since it pro­vides a bit more sur­face area and plays dou­ble-duty with my 1/8th scale stuff.”

Dona­then Rac­ing Prod­ucts

Cus­tom Charge Leads MSRP: $35 do­na­thenrc.com

Features: Th­ese high qual­ity cus­tom-made charge leads are avail­able in a wide ar­ray of styles, colors with op­tions for cus­tom graphics and la­bel­ing.

What the user says: “I use cus­tom made DRC (Dona­then Rac­ing Prod­ucts) charge leads. DRC al­lows you to cus­tom­ize the leads how­ever you want, even giv­ing you the op­tion of send­ing a cus­tom graphic for the shrink wrap.”

Turnigy Reak­tor

20A Charger

MSRP: $64 (newer ver.) hob­byking.com

Features:

The newer Turnigy Reak­tor 300W is now com­pat­i­ble with NIZN and LIHV, max volt­age 4.7V and comes with up­dated software. The high power bal­anc­ing charger/dis­charger can pro­vide up to 20A charge rates and han­dle up to 6S Li-poly/life or 17S NICD/NIMH ac­cu­rately.

What the user says:

““Of course I will al­ways need a good charger when I hit the track. I use a Turnigy Reak­tor 20A charger, which pro­vides many op­tions for dif­fer­ent chem­istry bat­ter­ies that I use with var­i­ous other mod­els and has more than enough out­put for me to charge my race bat­ter­ies at higher rates.”larger 1/8th scale model from Bit­ty­de­sign since it pro­vides a bit more sur­face area and plays dou­ble-duty with my 1/8th scale stuff.”

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