Radio Controlled Vehicles FAQs

This is perhaps the most viewed section when people are finding information concerning any product since it aims to provide information concerning common questions that many people are finding answers for. People usually have many questions concerning remote control vehicle of which the most commonly asked will be answered below.

Some of the probable questions would be like how remote control vehicles work, RCV engines running hot, stopping a RCV engine are among many more questions that users ask concerning these wonderful pieces of machinery. To be able to solve problems you may be facing you can easily type remote control vehicle FAQs on Google and you will find hundreds of questions and solutions to most problems. Some of the most common ones have been answered for the ease of the new hobbyist.

How Do Remote Control Vehicles Work?

This question is mostly asked by people who have not seen a RCV up close to understand the fundamentals behind the controls that maneuver the vehicle via remote signal. Of course it might require deep technical exploration to go into the real in-depth analysis of these gadgets, but a relatively simpler explanation given below would help an average user to understand the broad concepts good enoug...


Why Is My RC Engine Running Hot?

Another common question that keeps on cropping up on the question list is overheating of engines. This problem is mostly faced by nitro fuelled engine vehicles. They are also more common since they have more power and people enjoy operating them more. The solution to this is quite simple, nitro fuel is meant to be mixed with an additional oil based agent, when your vehicle begins overheating it...


How To Start And Stop The Remote Control Vehicle Engine?

Due to the small size most RCVs do not have starting mechanism and require being push started. To do this switch the ignition to the 'On' position and push the vehicle forwards placing a little pressure on it and it should start quickly. Stopping the engine requires you to catch the vehicle while it is moving and push the ignition switch to 'Off' and the engine should stop. Another alternative c...


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