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2020 LCRC Mugen Gift Guide
Here’s what I know: It’s gift season, and ⅛ scale racers can be hard to buy for. If you are a Mugen driver, we are here to help the people that love you enough to buy you EVEN MORE rc cars and parts. You know the deal: Just forward this email with a little note about the product you wanted for Christmas this year, and how they should buy it from LCRC because they are your favorite track on the East Coast, and family run, and have really cute kids that are always running around the shop so you know your purchase pays for them to go to college, and blah blah blah. You get the drift.
So here are the products Kevin thinks you can't live without, starting with cars from the Mugen platform. You already know his love for this brand, but why should you buy Mugen? For a lot of reasons, but first and foremost, because Kevin, the owner of LCRC, races this brand! What does that mean for you as a customer? It means our inventory is expansive, and we usually have the best selling accessories, before you even know you need them. It also means a great buying experience, with one on one expert advice on what you need to get a great set up, right from the build stage.
Read below to see why the accessories are on Kevin's list of other must haves!
Kevin says, "Yes, it communicates faster between the radio and receiver, but the reason I use it is because its lighter. I have trouble with my hands going to sleep while I drive, and this lighter weight radio made a big difference."
Kevin says, "I currently have 10 of these servos between all of my cars, and not a single one is Version 3. Most are originals, and some are version 2, and I am yet to have a failure. They are strong and durable, and its worth spending the money one time for a servo that will last for years and years."
Kevin says, "I have never built an 1/8 scale Mugen car without upgrading to the aluminum servo saver. Why? In short, because if you crash a lot, the steering linkage takes a lot of abuse. Its very worth eliminating a possible breaking point at the plastic arm."