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Looking to go fast? Horizon Hobby has a selection of the fastest RC cars including RC cars like the ARRMA FELONY 6S, RC trucks like the ARRMA INFRACTION 6S, RC buggies like the ARRMA TYPHON, and RC truggies like the ARRMA TALION 6S. All of these RC cars are capable of reaching speeds of 70 MPH or more. And there are ways you can upgrade your RC car or truck to make it even faster.

Fast RC Car Upgrades

Tires are one of the easiest upgrades to get more speed out of your RC car. Fast remote control cars need tires that match the terrain they are driving on. To get the most speed, slick tires on a smooth surface is preferred.

Motor upgrades and battery upgrades are the two upgrades that offer the most bang for your buck. Brushless motors are faster than brushed motors. Most of our fast RC cars already come with a brushless motor, so you may want to look at the battery as an upgrade. LiPo batters are a must if you’re looking for the top speeds and highest performance from your RC car.

A lessor known trick to getting top speeds out of your RC car is modifying the pinion and spur gear. It’s an easy part to swap out and can control your acceleration, key in RC drag racing, or your overall speed. Acceleration and maximum speed are two different goals to reach with your fast RC car and both serve different purposes in the different types of RC racing.

Check out our selection of fast RC cars

Horizon Hobby sells RC cars that can reach 30, 40, 50, 60, and even 70 MPH. But you want to match the type of speed you shop for with your goals. If you’re looking for an off-road racer, it won’t have the highest top speed when compared to an RC racing car designed for pavement. RC drag racing cars are designed with acceleration in mind. It all comes down to how fast you want to go where and when.

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Looking to go fast? Horizon Hobby has a selection of the fastest RC cars including RC cars like the ARRMA FELONY 6S, RC trucks like the ARRMA INFRACTION 6S, RC buggies like the ARRMA TYPHON, and RC truggies like the ARRMA TALION 6S. All of these RC cars are capable of reaching speeds of 70 MPH or more. And there are ways you can upgrade your RC car or truck to make it even faster.

Fast RC Car Upgrades

Tires are one of the easiest upgrades to get more speed out of your RC car. Fast remote control cars need tires that match the terrain they are driving on. To get the most speed, slick tires on a smooth surface is preferred.

Motor upgrades and battery upgrades are the two upgrades that offer the most bang for your buck. Brushless motors are faster than brushed motors. Most of our fast RC cars already come with a brushless motor, so you may want to look at the battery as an upgrade. LiPo batters are a must if you’re looking for the top speeds and highest performance from your RC car.

A lessor known trick to getting top speeds out of your RC car is modifying the pinion and spur gear. It’s an easy part to swap out and can control your acceleration, key in RC drag racing, or your overall speed. Acceleration and maximum speed are two different goals to reach with your fast RC car and both serve different purposes in the different types of RC racing.

Check out our selection of fast RC cars

Horizon Hobby sells RC cars that can reach 30, 40, 50, 60, and even 70 MPH. But you want to match the type of speed you shop for with your goals. If you’re looking for an off-road racer, it won’t have the highest top speed when compared to an RC racing car designed for pavement. RC drag racing cars are designed with acceleration in mind. It all comes down to how fast you want to go where and when.

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