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BigSquidRC Checks out Pro-Line’s Suite at the HobbyTown USA Convention

On display inside the Pro-Line suite at the HobbyTown USA Convention was their new 2wd 10th scale buggy Holeshot Front Tires. These are the mystery tires Pro-Line teased about a couple of weeks ago and we finally got a chance to hold them in our hands. These new Holeshots should be the hot ticket on your Associated B4.1 or Losi […]

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Horizon Hobby’s Preview of the new Pro-Line Performance Transmission

When it comes to short course trucks, the Traxxas Slash is one of the most popular 2WD trucks out there. While the Slash makes a great spec racer it can leave a few things to be desired as a hard-core race truck. The Pro-Line Racing folks have long had a soft spot for this truck, […]

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Big Squid RC Reviews the new Blockade SC Tires

Not every basher is a cul-de-sac aficionado, in fact many get their bash-on at local tracks. Stock sct tires typically feel like you are driving on ice when on dirt, the proper tires can totally make a trip to the track much more pleasurable. Pro-Line just happens to have a tire, the Blockade SC, that they claim works […]

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RC Racing TV S6 Episode 6

You don’t want to miss the RC Racing TV video we just received. Check it out below.. Hi all! This month we at RCRacingTV have multi-camera action from the two biggest classes of RC racing back to back! Firstly all the world’s best TC drivers are in Vegas for the modified class and then all […]

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Patrick Hofer Setup Sheets

Check out Pro-Line Driver Patrick Hofer‘s Setup Sheets! Setups Team Associated B4.1: Patrick Hofer – B4.1 Hohenems 2011 (PDF) Team Associated B44.1: Patrick Hofer – B44.1 Hohenems 2011 (PDF) Patrick Hofer – B44.1 – 04 June 2012 – SRCCA Rd3 – Obernau (PDF) Team Magic E4RS II « Black Magic: Lionel Troyon Revised Blank Modifiable E4RS II Setup Sheet (PDF) […]

Factory Team / Friends of Pro-Line – Forum dedicated to Team Associated / Reedy / LRP / – A forum dedicated to Team Associated, Reedy and LRP products We are extremely proud to announce you that we have launched a totally new forum dedicated to Team Associated products. is the only online community specialized in Team Associated products including Reedy and LRP brands. Stop searching information all around the web […]

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BigSquidRC Reviews Pro-Line’s Performance Transmission

Our friends over at BigSquid RC managed to get their tentacles onto one of the (yet to be released) Pro-Line Performance Transmissions. Check out what they had to say! Traxxas has sold roughly 9.412 zillion 2wd Slash’s/Bandit’s/Rustler’s/Stampede’s, and while they are a bashing staple and are generally solid trucks, they aren’t without fault. For example, […]

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BigSquidRC’s Helion Dominus Part 5 – Installing Upgraded Off Road Tires

The Helion Dominus has proven itself an extremely poplar bash machine, so popular in fact that it won BigSquid’s March Bashness contest against some very stiff competition. Many of the people that have chosen the Dominus as their basher of choice use it strictly off road. While the stock Dominus tires do a sufficient job […]

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Brandon Coonce’s Axial Wraith Bronco Build

Hey Guys, The new Bronco body turned into a complete build. Once I mocked it up on a Wraith chassis and set some 1.9 tires under it I couldn’t resist building it up that way.  Just looks too cool! Wheelbase is about 11.3”. Swapped in some AX10 Axles Hinged the hood Still needs all its […]

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BigSquidRC’s Pro-Line 50’s Chevy Body

Check out this article from our friends at BigSquid RC! Brian handed me a Pro-Line Early 50′s body and basically said ‘wow me’. Had to do something different with this one so here goes… I wanted something that was easy enough that anyone could do it with some basic household items and a little imagination. […]