Tips on How to Buy ZipZaps Radio Controlled Cars
Technically every stage of the radio controlled car revolution has had its own killer power engines. Way back in the radio controlled cars' early stages it was the "small, nitromethane-powered engine" car that got many people interested in radio controlled cars.
Then, the ZipZaps came along. These are diminutive radio controlled cars being marketed by Radio Shack. They are considered more as miniature monsters waiting for their own killer engines to emerge.
They were first launched in the market as "micro RCs" due to their undersized structures. However, even if they are small, electrically powered radio controlled cars, they appear bigger to some extent than Matchbox and Hot Wheels.
The good thing about ZipZaps is that you can modify them. In other words, you can convert or tailor your radio controlled car's appearance, performance, and power according to your needs and wants.
When you buy ZipZaps radio controlled cars, you already get a pre-constructed chassis with integrated "nickel metal hydride rechargeable batteries." However, the tires, gears, and "hubcaps" can be modified for optimum performance and form.
You can also modify the total outer appearance by changing "body shells," which can be attached at the uppermost portion of the chassis. In turn, you can easily disguise your
ZipZaps as any car model that you like such as Ford GT, Chevrolet, Mercedes-Benz SL, etc.
When it comes to racing, ZipZaps can only be accommodated twice in a race. This means that three or more ZipZaps are impossible to race in a given venue. It is simply because ZipZaps only work at two frequencies - 49 MHz and 27 MHz.
If you are planning to buy ZipZaps radio controlled cars in the future, try to remember these pointers:
1. Set your budget
Even if most ZipZaps are more affordable than most hobby-grade radio controlled cars, they can still cost you a fortune. You must set aside a specific budget for your radio controlled hobby. You really have to set up a budget especially if you are just starting out with your hobby.
Starter kits for ZipZaps radio controlled cars are usually more affordable than other radio controlled cars. Maintenance and repairs are also more reasonably priced.
2. Learn to drive it
Buying ZipZaps may not be advantageous if you do not know how to drive a radio controlled car in the first place. Even if they are mini cars, they can be very powerful.
Just try to remember these pointers and you will surely get the best ZipZaps deals.
About the Author: The above articles was written by Nicole Steffenson on behalf of Gigi's Crib, a celebrity baby blog, celebrity babies, celebrity baby names, and other baby news!