ARRMA fans are a wild and creative bunch, with a palpable energy and motivation to create truly exotic custom painted looks and additional accessories galore.
This ARRMA fan gallery features some jaw-dropping skills, which have been poured into painstakingly detailed body projects, each one just as unique as it’s owner. Check these blasting weapons out folks. The wilder the better we say!
If you love looking unique and enjoy standing out from the crowd, ARRMA blasting machines have been designed to accept a wide variety of aftermarket body shell variants.
With an almost limitless capability to change the looks of your prized ARRMA beast, we thought a cool gallery of the recent custom body projects we love would help spark some inspiration. We have also included some epic stock body paint schemes, to give you extra cool customization ideas.
The only limit is your personal imagination folks. Check these epic creations out. Enjoy!
ARRMA fans know that hitting the bash spot is the most exciting way to enjoy their dedication to the brand. Awesome speed and brutish strength are engineered into every ARRMA product from day one. Celebrated looks, with beautifully created details, in decals, body shells and chassis components are a signature ARRMA features.
We are always excited to see how ARRMA fans continue to push the boundaries of sleek and unique looks, with custom painted body shells and aggressive chassis modifications, creating even more bragging rights, as they proudly share their creations with the world.
Check out this collection of epic ARRMA blasting rigs that are guaranteed to get a “Wow” from fans of both ARRMA’s world-class design details and home-brew RC customization.
Staying fresh is easy when you own an ARRMA blasting beast. With a host of awesome social media owner groups that are equipped to support you in radical customization projects, or simply to help you share your love of ARRMA design detail, there has never been a better time to grab yourself a new ARRMA vehicle and shoot for the bashing stars.
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We all love customizable RC vehicles. ARRMA fans are amongst the most creative when it comes to changing their bashing looks and increasing their all-terrain capabilities.
ARRMA create the perfect platforms for custom projects, with solid factory built chassis configurations that span a wide range of off-roader vehicle types. From street buggy to monster truck, whatever you choose to begin with, ARRMA have all angles fully locked down. Adjustable body shell mounts, universal hub fittings, fast and simple bumper mounts. ARRMA rigs are ready for your next project build.
If you want to really push previous limits, with speed and looks, many of our 1/8 vehicles have a cross-fitting sympathy with chassis plates and suspension parts. This means you can look at short wheelbase, or a stretched variant of your TYPHON 6S or KRATON 6S for example.
Whether you are looking for straight line bullet speed, giant tire terrain crushing, or even photogenic shelf queen looks, choosing an ARRMA vehicle as the backbone for your customization project will guarantee ultimate flexibility and solid durability.
The journey starts now. Choose your platform and go for gold.
With the ARRMA RC global lifestyle becoming increasingly more vibrant this year, we are always happy to discover how owners of our high-quality bashing machines choose to create one-off looks.
From lavishly custom painted body shells to bespoke scale light rigs, one thing is certain. ARRMA fans know exactly what it takes to create awesome looks and increased performance.
Just when we think we have seen it all, a fresh new look appears from such dedicated customisers as Mike Zeh, Andrew Pino, Thomas Pettersson and Vas Marques. With so many new colour schemes and unique vehicle modifications to enjoy, it seems logical that we always consider the on-going development of how ARRMA RC looks, as a collaborative project. Powered by you all and energised by our collective love for super-tough and mean looking bashing rigs.
If you have a special ARRMA custom project you are currently working on, we want to see your creation.
ARRMA 2WD bashing machines are equipped with a super-tough rear gearbox assembly. Servicing this area of your vehicle is critical to help maintain longevity of the moving parts. Taking time to do this carefully will mean you can rely on all the parts to perform, run after run.
This useful tricks and tips video shows you the critical importance of mounting your clutch system the correct way. This allows your freshly serviced gearbox to be positioned back into the vehicle quickly and without any hassle.
Time on the workbench will make all the difference
Follow each step to also understand the importance of re-assembling your differential and idler gears in the same orientation they were disassembled from. This will allow your gears to benefit from the previous ‘bedding in’ wear, and avoid any ‘notchy’ feeling from your vehicles transmission.
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.
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.