NERO 6S – Beast modes in action

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The 6S BLX  beast is unleashed

The all-new NERO 6S 1/8 SCALE 4WD Monster Truck has been captured during some early action sessions, piloted by ARRMA Pro basher, Thomas Pettersson.

Take this early opportunity to watch the NERO 6S ripping up gravel and dirt, including some nice back flip jumps for good measure.

Catch this exclusive video scoop here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/nero/QzZX_-0IDnw

Explore the full NERO 6S story now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/nero/

Get on the pre-order list while stocks last: http://www.arrma-rc.com/where-to-buy

High-flyer extreme – KRATON 6S

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Massive jumping KRATON 6S

The KRATON 6S 1/8 4WD Speed Monster is built for the most extreme RC action you can imagine. Powered by your imagination, jumping higher and longer has never been so easy.

Thomas Pettersson shows us exactly what the KRATON 6S is capable of with an awesome jump from a skate ramp, up into the air some 20 feet, to land on a road bridge.

Watch the Swedish ARRMA bashing master in action now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/kraton/4zO1BmEjQp0

Learn what the KRATON 6S can give you now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/rc-cars/latest/kraton/blx

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Pure Adrenaline – KRATON 6S goes wild

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Faster – Tougher – Harder

RC Bashing Pro and master of breathtaking ARRMA bashing action videos, Thomas Pettersson, has launched yet another blasting-packed delight.

Thomas pushes ARRMA vehicles really hard, attacking huge jumps and blistering 6S brushless speed runs on a wide range of surfaces. If something stands still long enough, you can guarantee Thomas will jump the KRATON 6S over it.

His latest video, called ‘Pure Adrenaline’, is live here now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/kraton/qSIoNCuKuz4 

Learn how the KRATON 6S will rip it up in your hands now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/rc-cars/latest/kraton/blx/story-board

Contact your local ARRMA dealer and tell them you want to be in on this awesome action: http://www.arrma-rc.com/where-to-buy

Catch Thomas’ other action videos and trick tutorials here for free: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv

 

SENTON 6S – Attack Massive Air

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Go Bigger with awesome ARRMA power

ARRMA know what it takes to get pulses racing with extreme RC action.

The SENTON 6S 1/10 4WD Super Duty Short Course Truck has legions of dedicated fans who smash and blast 6S LiPo power, no matter how extreme the conditions.

ARRMA bashing Pro, Thomas Pettersson, has a solid reputation for going hard with his RC driving, and his latest SENTON 6S video is no exception.

Watch the air attack here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/senton/ovK0dimhHXs 

Learn how the SENTON 6S can shoot you into extreme action here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/rc-cars/latest/senton/blx

Find your local ARRMA dealer easily now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/where-to-buy

Massive Jump Action – KRATON 6S flying high

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Shoot for the stars – Jump higher with ARRMA RC

If you are passionate about extreme RC, it stands a good chance that you enjoy some exciting vehicle jumps. ARRMA bashing Pro, and general extreme blasting expert, Thomas Pettersson, chose to demonstrate exactly what the KRATON 6S was designed to do.

Watch Thomas launch the KRATON 6S into it’s orbital flight here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/kraton/tK9xmCPuweY

Learn why Thomas only chooses the KRATON 6S when he plans big and bold bashing stunts: http://www.arrma-rc.com/rc-cars/latest/kraton/blx

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ARRMA Tips – CVD Driveshaft Servicing

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Super-smooth drivehaft action – Clean them down easily

Maintaining your bashing machine between runs will add longevity and reliability to your ARRMA vehicle.

Checking and cleaning your front CVD driveshafts and bearings will provide super-smooth power transfer, every time you pull the trigger.

Join ARRMA bashing Pro, Thomas Pettersson, as he runs through the basic process of easily removing your front CVD driveshafts from your TYPHON, TALION, KRATON or SENTON 6S.

Learn new skills now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/kraton/u1HZ5xELMTA

Access other cool ARRMA tricks and tips videos here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv

Follow Thomas Pettersson and other ARRMA crew members daily: https://www.facebook.com/ARRMARC

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Big Air Addiction – KRATON 6S Double Backflip

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Go higher and stay rolling – The KRATON 6S ripping it up

What is better than a crazy RC truck doing a back flip? How about a double back flip?

When ARRMA bashing Pro, Thomas Pettersson, takes one heavily customized KRATON 6S speed Monster Truck, and decides to blast through a snow-covered industrial park, the result makes an exciting watch.

This is what happens: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/kraton/Bf_zGtU8XTk

 

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Explore this powerful brushless 4WD Speed Monster Truck in more detail: http://www.arrma-rc.com/rc-cars/latest/kraton/blx

Find your local ARRMA dealer easily now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/where-to-buy

Shock Position – Understand the benefits

 

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Tuning made easy with Thomas Pettersson 

During your quest to become the most accomplished basher in your neighborhood, learning what can be achieved by tuning your shock absorber position will bring huge benefits.

This simple guide, which shows various mounting positions for upper shock attachments, will allow you to learn what happens when you make adjustments.

We are really excited to hand you over to our resident bashing Pro, Thomas Pettersson, who is excited to show you exactly why he loves the tuning range supplied with ARRMA bashing machines. Over to you Thomas.

 

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Thomas Pettersson – ARRMA Bashing Pro

Shock position tuning can make the difference between an awesome handling bashing machine, and some long walks when you need to flip over your rig.

I always want my ARRMA vehicles to have premium handling. Responsive steering, lively throttle and brake control, and consistent jump and landing reactions.

 

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I am not known for driving in tame environments

This helps me feel confident that as I attack the next obstacle, I know exactly what the vehicle will do, even when I come up short and get things wrong. Lets face it, we all do sometimes.

Here are some very basic shock position notes to help you select the handling characteristics you demand.

Its all about weight transfer.

I am focusing on the ARRMA 1/8 range of vehicles, plus the SENTON 6S, which all have three upper shock mounting holes, front and rear.

 

Position 1 Front Shock Tower – Fast Steering – Reduced Traction


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This shock position provides fast and responsive steering whilst also reducing front end traction on high-grip surfaces. If you are searching for more steering, or reduced understeer, use this setting.

This setting is more sensitive to sideways weight transfer as the car leans during cornering. Some bashers would only use this outside setting if the surface is extremely rough and loose, helping the car ‘sit up’ when power is applied. This setting loses stability in corners.

As you brake, the vehicle suddenly transfers weight from rear to front. This shock position reduces the overall influence of sudden weight transfer to provide less overall vehicle movement, but can be unstable on bumpy surfaces when you are travelling quickly.

Position 2 Front Shock Tower – Decresed Steering – Increased Stability


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This is considered the stock shock setting position. Your vehicle will have arrived from the factory set here. This position will provide moderate steering response and good jump landing on hard surfaces.

Slightly decreased side bite will provide less aggressive front end steering response on high-grip surfaces. Forward traction is increased as the power is transferred to the surface.

Choose to start from this position and return to it if you wish to equalize your settings.

Position 3 Front Shock Tower – Maximum Stability – Reduced Steering


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This inner-most shock mount hole is useful when all the traction disappears, normally on really wet hard surfaces such as parking lots in the rain.

This position will increase forward traction and create a much more ‘dull’ handling style if you are struggling with oversteer on grass and high-bite surfaces.

Jump landings are slightly harder to recover from this position.

The vehicle will transfer weight more gradually when you brake, meaning the nose will stay stable on bumpy surfaces when you slam on the anchors.

Position 1 Rear Shock Tower – Reduced Traction – Faster Jump Recovery


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This upper shock position setting is great for those big jump landings but will reduce forward traction, especially on loose surfaces, a little.

I tend to use this setting when landing from big drops, or of I know the surface is potentially very soft in areas. The rear end is more prone to tipping when weight transfers in a corner. But, if you drop from a great height, this setting will help the shocks soak up all the impact through their full stroke.

Position 2 Rear Shock Tower – Increased Traction – Increased Stability


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This second hole mount will provide your vehicle with increased traction, whilst also increasing stability during straight line runs.

Again, this can be considered as a stock setting, so expect the best of both worlds when using this mounting hole. Good traction and average stability. The rear end of the car is less likely to break loose when you throw the car into a turn in this setting than position 1.

Return to this hole when you want stock settings again.

Position 4 Rear Shock Tower – Maximum Traction – Rotates Well


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This position is perfect when you want the rear end of your bashing machine to rotate easily. This means you can transfer weight quickly, as you push the car into fast slides and turns, and the rear will swing out and allow you to turn quickly.

Of course, you will also see increased forward traction in this setting, so be careful on high-grip surfaces to avoid having a wheelie machine every time you tap the throttle, unless that is what you want of course.

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Only ARRMA vehicles give me the confidence to really blast hard

A vehicle with this setting will struggle to recover quickly from big landings, but has increased stability in a straight line. Great setting for rough and bumpy surfaces with few jumps.

 

How it all works for you

Here are my favorite adjustments. Simple and really effective. Whatever you need from your bashing machine, here are the solutions.

 

Need – Vehicle needs to rotate more in the rear to increase turning agility

Solution – Set the rear shock mounting position to the inner most hole


 

Need – Vehicle needs more steering at the front

Solution – Move your shock mounting position to the outer most hole


 

Need – Vehicle needs more forward traction on loose surfaces

Solution – Move the front and rear mounting positions to the middle, or on super-low-traction surfaces, the inner most hole


 

Need – Vehicle needs more straight line stability whilst also remaining agile during cornering

Solution – Set the front to the middle hole and the rear to the inner most hole


 

Need – You want to land huge jumps and drive away like a Pro

Solution – Set both front and rear to outer most hole and hang on tight

 

Like all RC settings on high-performance vehicles, what suits one driver and bashing venue may not suit the next. So, experiment with your own experiences and enjoy learning these simple tuning techniques when you next hit the bashing spot.

Stay safe and enjoy.

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Shock Building Tricks – Super-Smooth Results

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Learn new skills – Servicing shocks like a Pro

If you love extreme multi-terrain bashing, then you will understand the importance of a super-plush shock set-up.

ARRMA cars are factory built with mega-slick shock configurations, helping each bashing machine soak up a wide variety of terrains, keeping your action smooth and controlled.

As part of your regular maintenance regime, servicing your shocks is an essential part of this regular upkeep. Knowing exactly how to get the best from your oil-filled shock absorbers can be a complicated business.

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Knowing what is inside each shock unit will prove invaluable 

Bashing Pro and ARRMA expert, Thomas Pettersson, has created an awesome guide to servicing our aluminum body shocks, used on our 1/8 scale range of vehicles, and also supplied on the 1/10 Super-Duty SENTON 6S Short Course truck.

These basic principles can be used when working on all ARRMA shocks, 1/8 or 1/10 scale configurations.

Learn how to create the perfect shock build here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/kraton/gENOho44G30

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SENTON 6S – Ultimate Diff Tips

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Learn new skills – Prepare for the roughest terrains

The SENTON 6S Super-Duty Short Course is built for insane bashing fun. With ARRMA fans all over the world loving the rugged design and awesome 6S LiPo capable BLX brushless power, we love seeing how owners are going harder every week with their 1/10 4WD SENTON vehicles.

Our favorite bashing Pro, and all-round ARRMA beast, Thomas Pettersson, has created a very cool video that shows you how to prepare your SENTON 6S diffs for the most extreme conditions imaginable.

Learn what it takes to bullet proof your SENTON 6S differentials now: http://www.arrma-rc.com/tv/channel/senton/jylZ01QB4w8

 

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Explore the awesome features included in the SENTON 6S here: http://www.arrma-rc.com/rc-cars/latest/senton/blx/story-board

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