Think RC’s are just for the boyz? Powered By Pink was developed by Women for Women of all ages. If you’re an RC Widow, if you want to beat your father, brother or husband on the track, or maybe you just feel the need for speed. If that is the case, we are here for you! We have vehicles for you to try and offer one to one instruction where you can learn how to drive an RC Vehicle. We will also answer any questions you may have about the hobby.
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If you think this might be for you, look for us at the Halifax RC Park Grand Opening Saturday July 11 from 12-4 or you can contact Stacey at SackvilleRC@eastlink.ca to arrange another time. Please put PBP in the subject line.
Bag D all laid out and ready to go.
Here is the next chapter in my Team Associated RC8.2e FT build. My confidence was high after completing Bags A, B and C with little issue, so it was on to Bag D, the Front Bulkhead Assembly. Immediately on the first step my progress came to a halt and my confidence was deflated a little. Getting the CV Boot over the Center CVA Bone turned on to be an adventure that had me looking to my husband for help after 15 minutes with no progress. He placed a little black grease over the pin and gently worked the boot over the pin pushing it with his thumb nail. Everything else in Bag D went together smoothly and I was flying high again until I realized I installed a piece incorrectly. Continue Reading
I have been involved in the hobby for about 4 years but for the most part I have just been interested in driving RCs. For me, that was the fun part. Working on vehicles was just not something that interested me much, nor did I think it was something I would be able to learn to do well. It just seemed complicated and too much work. Other than painting a few bodies for my vehicles, I have relied on my husband for any type of maintenance or builds so I haven’t gotten to know much firsthand about what is really involved with the inner workings of an RC vehicle. Continue Reading