|Color Swatch||Color Name||Pantone Code||Hexadecimal Code|
|Antique Cherry Red||7427C||971B2F|
|Antique Irish Green||348C||00843D|
|Antique Jade Dome||7715c||006269|
|Ash||Cool Gray 3 C||C8C9C7|
|Ash Grey||Cool Gray 3 C||C8C9C7|
|Brown Savana||Warm Gray 10 C||776A60|
|Cardinal Red||202 C||8D2838|
|Charcoal||Cool Gray 10 C||66676C|
|Cherry Red||187 C||AC2B37|
|Coral Silk||184 C||DF6B7C|
|Dark Chocolate||Black 5 C||423238|
|Dark Heather||446 C||3F4444|
|Electric Green||361 C||43B02A|
|Forest Green||5535 C||273B33|
|Galapagos Blue||7470 C||005D6F|
|Gravel||Cool Gray 9 C||747B7E|
|Heather Cardinal||194 C||9B2743|
|Heather Irish Green||7724 C||00966C|
|Heather Indigo||431 C||5B6770|
|Heather Military Green||416 C||7E7F74|
|Heather Navy||432 C||333F48|
|Heather Orange||1635 C||FF8D6D|
|Heather Purple||668 C||614B79|
|Heather Red||703 C||B83A4B|
|Heather Royal||2727 C||307FE2|
|Heather Sapphire||7690 C||0076A8|
|Ice Grey||434 C||D0C4C5|
|Indigo Blue||5405 C||486D87|
|Irish Green||340 C||009E69|
|Jade Dome||7717 C||008E85|
|Kelly Green||335 C||00805E|
|Light Blue||536 C||A3B3CB|
|Marbled Charcoal||Cool Gray 10 C||66676C|
|Marbled Galapagos Blue||7470 C||005D6F|
|Marbled Heliconia||213 C||DB3E79|
|Marbled Navy||533 C||263147|
|Marbled Royal||7686 C||224D8F|
|Metro Blue||7687 C||264583|
|Military green||417 C||63655A|
|mint green||345 C||A0CFAB|
|Old Gold||728 C||CA9F75|
|PFD (Prepared for dye)||Not Available||FFFFFF|
|Prairie Dust||7497 C||7A7256|
|RS Sport Grey||Cool Gray 7 C||97999B|
|Rusty Bronze||492 C||8E4344|
|Safety Green||382 C||C6D219|
|Safety Orange||Orange 021 C||E5801C|
|Safety Pink||1915 C||E16F8F|
|Sport Grey||Cool Gray 7 C||97999B|
|Stone Blue||7544 C||788995|
|Tennessee Orange||144 C||EA961C|
|Texas Orange||Not Available||Not Available|
|Tropical Blue||7711 C||00889B|
|Turf Green||3425 C||1C704D|
|Vegas Gold||7507 C||F4D1A1|
|Yellow Haze||148 C||F4D199|
Need big power in a small size?
High Power. High Torque. High Performance. “Stubby” length!
When you want efficient power in a brushless sensored motor, the Puller Pro delivers. Perfectly suited as a drop in motor for most 2 or 4WD trucks that use 540 size motors, don’t let the small size fool you. This motor has similar power as a Castle 1406 or Tekin Pro4!
Four pole 17.5mm diameter x 17mm length Rotor
Twelve slot stator
14g phase wires with 4mm bullets installed
Includes sensor wire
Minimally Vented Can
Shorter than a 540 style motor, but with 540 class power
M3 mounting screws
161g (5.7oz) with wires
50,000 rpm max
1 year warranty from date of purchase (60 days if waterproofed). Does not include damage from overheating, rusting, or improper installation.
We are now stocking Beef Tubes!!
What is a Beef Tube?
Beef Tubes are an upgrade designed for Axial SCX10 and Axial AR60 axle housings that benefit the rig in several ways. First of all, Beef Tubes give the c-hub mounting screws a solid metal to thread into vs. the stock thin plastic that will strip out very easily. Beef Tubes also BENEFIT the rig by adding non-rotating weight inside the axle housing, keeping a low center of gravity, which in turn allows you to run less weight in your tires. Another benefit of adding Beef Tubes is the fact that they “BEEF” up your axle housing to reduce flexing and possibly breaking the housings itself. Beef Tubes are machined from solid bar stock.
Beef Tubes are proudly made in the U.S.A.!
The HOG (Hand Of God) winch is a servo based winch capable of pulling your rig out of the worst situations.
Jeremy was at the Race Against Cancer this year representing RC Addict and Cow RC. He put together this little highlight video for you all.
Check this goodness out. Fan and friend Bob sent me this big old package for Christmas.
As everyone prepares to go out and hit the midnight sales for Black Friday, the RC Addict will remain smart and shop from the warmth of his desk. Stuff Your Stocking on us with free shipping. Use code SYS2014 at http://rcaddict.us/store to get free shipping on your order. Orders must be in by 12-12-2014 to receive by Christmas. You can also try code Christmas for 10% off all RC Addict gear.
Hello, my name is Ryan, and I am an Addict.
I have been in and out of the RC hobby for about 22 years now. I was into RC cars as an adolescent and then, around the time I got a real car and girls started being more my focus, I dropped out of the RC scene. I sold off everything. I had mostly just forgot about RC for a long time. I had little dabbling here and there with stuff but nothing major or long lasting. In the spring of 2010, I was working as a project manager on a big project and living out of a hotel 4.5 hours away from my family. I was bored out of my mind and couldn’t really find much to do in the evenings. This got me thinking about RC again. I googled a hobby shop in Harrisburg, PA called Hidden Hangar, and drove over to check things out. I didn’t even know there were such things as RC rock crawlers and scale trucks. (When I got out of it I had been racing buggies and Nitro was the new thing.) In the spur of the moment, I bought an RTR Losi Mini Crawler 5 minutes before the shop closed. I played with it in the parking lot right then and there. After getting back to the hotel room, I got online and quickly learned all I could about them.
A few days later, I went back to the shop and bought a used SCX10 scaler with a Dodge truck body on it. This also came with LiPos that introduced me to a whole new world of power. I would take the truck and go walk the trails of local parks near my hotel and crawl on the rocks. I did my first full on water proofing in a hotel room and destroyed a hotel towel cleaning up greasy parts. Six weeks later, I owned 6 RC’s. I also helped to start up a local crawling club not to far from there that I still keep in touch with. The rest, as they say, became history.
I used my knowledge of web design and server management to help get a couple of clubs up and running. My kids were interested in my new found addiction and I started including them in what I did. I saw a few RC videos on YouTube and that sparked another interest in me, combining my love of RC and my life long dream to be a director.
Life of an RC Addict was born out of the videos I was doing for the local club I founded, Keystone RC, and some how to videos and such. It had a little bit of a rocky start as I learned how to edit and also learned how to not bore people to death. I quickly adapted into showing off my life and some of the things that I love to do, and I tried to not do the same things others were already doing. As I listened to fan input the show became a reality and turned into what it is today. My life, often messy, and my family with me having fun.
I am a self employed computer nerd, and I have 4 kids and a wonderful wife. I live in a small, modest 3 bedroom house in a rural town that doesn’t cost much to live in. All these things are by choice so I can have more money for my addiction. I currently have 19 RC’s and manage one club, and help with another as well as manage web sites for 4 different clubs and host of Facebook groups and of course my own stuff. My children and I compete literally year round in scaler competitions with both clubs. We also host RC Garage night at my house every Wednesday where we wrench, bash, and play.
I have met a ton of really great people thru this hobby and look forward to meeting many more!