RC Forward Drive Build
I’ve been working on a RC forward drive build and it’s still a work in progress. I’ve had to paint the body, but I’ve been putting it off because I want it to be perfect. Some people have commented on the stadium Blitzer, and I actually managed to find a sealed, new one from 2012. It was one of the very first videos you’ll see on the channel, featuring a stadium Blitzer with a 9t brushless motor. That was my first experience with a brushless motor in an RC car, and it’s hard to believe it was 11 years ago. The setup for the brushes cost more than the car itself. I’m planning on doing a box build of it, with a new white color and a brushless motor installed.
It’s been a pretty crazy month for me. I’ve been battling a terrible case of man flu, and on top of that, it was the kids’ school holidays. Despite all of that, I still managed to get some stuff done. It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you’re passionate about something.
Patiently Waiting for Viewer Mail
I used to have a PO box for viewers to send me stuff, like a tool box or a fridge, but unfortunately, nobody seemed interested. Well, except for one thing. Maybe sending things through mail is becoming outdated, or maybe people are just not as excited about sending gifts as they used to be. It’s a bit disappointing, but it won’t deter me from continuing to create content and share my love for RC cars with my viewers.
The UK’s Biggest RC Channel
Welcome to the UK’s biggest RC channel! If you’re here, you’ve come to the right place. RC cars are my passion, and I love sharing my experiences and projects with fellow enthusiasts. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced RC car enthusiast, you’ll find something to enjoy on this channel. From build videos to reviews and tips, I aim to bring you informative and entertaining content.
In , despite the challenges I’ve faced this month, I’ve been able to make progress on my RC projects. The RC forward drive build is coming along, and the stadium Blitzer box build is in the works. I appreciate all the support from my viewers, even if the viewer mail hasn’t been pouring in. Thank you for being part of the UK’s biggest RC channel and sharing in my passion for RC cars. Stay tuned for more exciting content in the future!
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Breaking Records and Setting New Goals
If I can beat my record of 53 mph, a build video will be coming relatively soon. However, I have decided not to do the speed run of it until Rossa next year. It will be a good opportunity to showcase the potential of my RC build. I think, to break my personal best, I need some modifications. Currently, I have sand pads that I want to replace. I don’t like the look of the RC four-wheel drive sand Thrashers on the front. They seem too big for my liking. Therefore, I am looking for suggestions on a 1.9 tire that is slightly smaller but still provides great performance. If you have any recommendations, please let me know.
Latest RC Models and Best Value Deals
The RC four-wheel drive Ralo is now available, and I have all the details on my channel. This dual motor RC is absolutely awesome! It’s also worth mentioning that the metal brush version is still the best value option at 199 pounds. Additionally, I recently tested the new brushless Carnage from FTX. Unfortunately, I can’t show you much on that yet, as I have blurred out the video. But I can tell you that the body is perfect for the MJX Hypergo. I even got some sand paddles to go with it, and that video is currently in progress. It has been a long journey, and I started making that video at the same time as my Gorgon video. Speaking of which, you all witnessed the heavy rain in the Gorgon video. It was the reason why I decided to call it a day and focus on other projects.
The Challenges of Off-Roading
Now, let’s talk about Hux. There isn’t anything really new with Hux, but I have some interesting upgrades to share. I’ve installed a new steering box, power steering pipes, and a pump. This vehicle doesn’t come with power steering, which can be quite challenging, especially when driving on rough terrains with chunky tires. However, I’m determined to tackle the obstacles and push the limits of off-roading.
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Power Steering Retrofit
In the UK, we don’t have many big long straight roads, so I decided to retrofit some power steering onto my RC car. I managed to find power steering off a later model that should still fit perfectly. This update is something that many RC enthusiasts might find useful, as it enhances the driving experience and maneuverability of the car.
Special Merch Offer
For those who have purchased any merchandise from my store up until the end of this month, I have a special surprise for you. I will be randomly selecting two orders, whether old or new, and including an extra RC car part as a gesture of gratitude. So not only can you enjoy the merchandise you purchased, but you also have a chance of receiving an additional RC car part.
Fun and Thrilling RC Racing
Recently, I took part in a race with my off-road buggy called Rookie. Surprisingly, I performed really well and even came close to winning the CFAL race. Though it may not be a significant achievement for some, it was a proud moment for me as a relatively inexperienced racer. The fact that the car was ready to run straight out of the box, with only the tires changed, speaks volumes about its performance. Overall, it was an awesome experience and a testament to the quality of the RC car.
Now, let’s talk about prize competitions. Many people have questioned the legitimacy of participating in such competitions, assuming it to be a get rich quick scheme. As the owner of the UK’s biggest RC channel, I can tell you categorically that this is not the case. I’m not rich, and I don’t expect these prize competitions to make me rich either. They simply provide an opportunity for me to generate additional revenue without relying solely on sponsored videos.
If you are an RC enthusiast or someone who enjoys the thrilling world of RC racing, my channel is the perfect place for you. With informative content, helpful tips, and engaging race footage, you can become a part of the growing RC community right here in the UK. So, join me in exploring the fascinating world of RC cars and let’s have some fun together!
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The UK’s Biggest RC Channel
I can’t run this channel. I can’t afford the workshop. I can’t put a roof over my family’s head just off the back of YouTube Revenue. So, I think I’ve only done one sponsored video this year, which was surf shark, and that’s because I use it so it’s a really easy one to do. Other than that, none. You’re not getting me interrupting videos to say, “This video is sponsored by,” and then talking for 60 seconds or a minute and a half about some product that’s not relevant to the channel.
RC Drift Talk: The Unlikely Winner
Let’s discuss the UK’s biggest dedicated RC Channel, which is not me. That’s right, it’s not me, and it’s not the person you think it is either. I made a comment on a community post a little while ago, and a few people took it the wrong way. I’m not that arrogant that I think I’m the biggest and the best RC Channel in the UK. If we’re talking subscribers and views, it’s actually RC Drift Talk. He’s got more subscribers and more views than Kev. We could actually disqualify Kev from it anyway because he lists his channel as the United States. So take that as you will.
There’s also another channel in the UK that does more aircraft and stuff. I can’t remember the channel name. It’s not one I watch, but it’s there. They’ve got a decent following and they’ve also garnered a decent following on Facebook as well.
In , when it comes to the UK’s biggest RC Channel, it’s clear that RC Drift Talk is leading the way in terms of subscribers and views. However, there are other competitors in the UK with their own dedicated audiences. So, while I may not be the biggest, I continue to create content and engage with my own community.
The UK’s Biggest RC Channel!
Jake Billing’s RC Content
Jake Billing is one of the prominent figures in the RC community. Although he may not have been involved in RC for a significant amount of time, his channel still offers a plethora of RC content for enthusiasts to enjoy. Jake’s dedication and passion for the hobby are evident in the videos he produces.
Kev’s Second Channel – Kevin Tober Ass
Kevin has recently created a second channel called Kevin Tober Ass. Some may speculate that this move was influenced by the fact that Jake’s channel was gaining close proximity to Kevin’s subscriber count. It seems like Kevin felt the need to branch out to build a larger following. However, this move only motivates Jake further, as he aims to catch up and surpass Kevin’s success.
It’s Not Just About Being the Biggest
While some may argue that the primary goal is to be the biggest and most popular RC channel, Jake begs to differ. For those who criticize his banner, Jake suggests taking a closer look at the content he offers. It’s not all about numbers and statistics; the quality and creativity in his videos shine through.
Exciting Future Projects
Jake has some exciting projects lined up for his viewers. One of them is the upcoming release of the RMX MS, a short-wheel-based version of a drift car. He plans to create something unique and cool with this car, pushing the boundaries of what is typically associated with drifting. Additionally, there’s a new Carnage waiting to be explored, but Jake is cautious as he’s unsure how much he is allowed to reveal at this moment.
Amidst all the excitement, Jake confesses that he has some RC models that he hasn’t had the chance to build yet. One of them is a car he has owned for a while, waiting patiently for its turn. Moreover, he teases the viewers with a new body for the SCX6 Cliffhanger, promising to make it look even cooler and more competitive. However, he refrains from divulging his plans for it, leaving fans in suspense.
Upcoming Nitro and 110 Projects
Jake also shares that he has a stash of Nitro-related items that he wants to showcase in an upcoming video. This segment will surely attract fans of Nitro-powered RCs. Moreover, he mentions having a bunch of 110-scale RCs to work on, hinting at an upcoming project that he intends to start working on this week. The anticipation surrounding this video is bound to be immense.
By keeping a close eye on Jake Billing and his RC channel, followers can expect a combination of thrilling drift car projects and other intriguing RC builds. Stay tuned for his impressive creations and exciting updates in the vast world of RC.
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Exciting Care Package from FMS
Oh and I got this, I got a little care package from FMS. I think this is like a little work map ye that one out of the way, probably going to need flattening down a bit. Oh look comes with like a little uh. Little comes with like a little securing strap Im, not sure its leather FMS, Snapback 3. In one charger uh, I think thats. Just like a solar airplane thing, t shirt. Is it the right size? Yes, a banner thats, a big one.
Thoughtful Gifts from FMS
What else we got put some random stuff in here. I really appreciate that FMS always send every year last year was in a nice Christmas Box unless Im getting a Christmas one as well, but and it had a card in it anyway, uh my microfiber drying towel. Another Banner same just orange, they might go around. My mini crawl. Of course went. They were going to have a look at that in a minute. Ive done some updates to that. So we have a look at that in a minute they might go around. The bottom dig deep another t shirt and that is the wrong size. Notepad little velcro patch nice. There we go there and then oh lots of one0 flags and lots of like small scale one.
Adding Decorations to the Course
These look really good on my course lets go. Have a look! Oh! I took them all down, I did have them. I did have them like slotted in, like that they look really good, so the mini craw, of course it wasnt really technical enough for some of the higher end mini stuff for the cheaper stuff.
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A New and Improved Terrain
It was okay, but with some of the stuff that’s been released recently, it just wasn’t good enough. So, I’ve decided to make some changes to my RC channel’s terrain. I’ve added a little mountain in the middle and a small rock with a tunnel through it. However, I realize that the tunnel is a bit too small, so I need to cut it out more. My daughter was exploring the track the other day and she avoided that particular area. When I asked her why, she said she thought there might be a monster hiding in there! Inspired by her imagination, I have decided to install some little red LED lights inside the tunnel. These lights will be activated by a push button, giving it a cool glowing effect. I believe this addition will make the track even more exciting and engaging for both children and adults.
To make the track more technical, I have a few more ideas in mind. I will be cutting out some additional sections to create room for new obstacles. Adding a bit of wood and some rocks will not only enhance the aesthetics but also provide more challenging elements for the RC cars. I want to make sure that there are certain areas where reaching the finish line becomes almost impossible. By strategically placing rocks and other obstacles, I can create a more thrilling and competitive experience for the racers. Furthermore, I will add some additional paint and use a mixture of PVA glue and sand to provide better traction on the track surface. This will ensure that the RC cars have a solid grip and can maneuver through the twists and turns effortlessly.
The Art of Using Spray Foam
To add more dimension and realism to the track, I’ve been using spray foam. I recently purchased three cans of it, hoping to create some realistic props. The process begins by placing boxes or other objects strategically on the track. I then spray the foam over them and let it dry. Once dried, I carefully cut off any excess foam using a knife. Afterward, I apply pre-mixed plaster over the foam to provide a smooth texture. This technique allows me to create custom objects that blend seamlessly with the rest of the track. These props will not only enhance the overall appearance but also serve as additional challenges for the RC car racers.
With these new additions and enhancements, my RC channel is shaping up to become the biggest and most exciting in the UK. The track’s complexity, aesthetic appeal, and technical challenges will attract RC enthusiasts from all over. I’m looking forward to seeing the reactions of racers as they discover the improved track and enjoy the exhilarating experience of racing RC cars through this unique and dynamic environment. Stay tuned for more updates on the progress of the UK’s biggest RC channel!
Authentic Tire Tracks
In my latest RC adventure, I managed to capture some authentic tire tracks. I’m thrilled that I accomplished this before the weather turns too cold. It adds a level of realism and excitement to my videos. The tracks leave a mark, symbolizing the journey and the thrill of the ride.
Perfectly Placed Banners
To enhance the visual experience, I have decided to add some banners to my set. These banners will be placed strategically to create an immersive environment for the viewers. They will complement the action-packed scenes and add a touch of professionalism to the videos.
If you want a piece of the action, I have some exciting news for you. For the next 24 to 48 hours, there is a chance to win your very own RC car, either this one or the powerful mt10. All you need to do is purchase some of my limited-edition merchandise. These exclusive items not only make you a part of the RC community but also give you a chance to be a winner.
Thank you for watching my latest update. I hope you enjoyed the authenticity of the tire tracks and the addition of the banners to the set. Don’t forget to check out the links in the description for a chance to win one of the amazing RC cars. Remember, time is limited, so act quickly if you want to increase your chances of winning. Stay tuned for more thrilling RC adventures on the UK’s biggest RC channel!