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January 6, 2013
 

VRC Issue #5 Released! Get yours TODAY.

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Written by: Jeff Eveleigh
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Happy New Issue! 2013 rings in with another stream of entertaining and informative electrons from Velocity RC Magazine. VRC_005 is out and ready for digital download to your PC or Mac, and also works on ANY tablet with an internet connection. More content, more RC, more gooder.

Subscribe and get a year of VRC for just $9.99 or download a single issue for $1.99. Simply buy it now below, or click the subscribe button and this issue will be instantly available for download. VRC Magazine works on PC/MACs, Tablets, and Smart Phones, (Tablets require an internet connection to view) so you can read Velocity Magazine anywhere you want. Join the digital magazine revolution today.

Format – PC, Mac, and Tablet Applications included (you download a self contained flip-magazine file to view, or you can view a Secure Live Online Link).
File Size – 146mb (ZIP) Price – $1.99

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VRC_005 Contents

Features
• X-Dyno – Perfect tuning. Too lean or too rich?
• Main Prep With Paul King
• Win – We give away stuff to our readers
• Interview – Daniel Lewis of Tekno RC

Learn
• Secure Everything
• Reuse your rims and save money
• Build shocks
• Rollout and gearing
• Paint with picture glue and do a carbon fiber look with carpet tape

Tested
• Team Associated SC10B RS RTR
• Tamiya Lunch Box Black Edition RTR
• Tekno Racing EB48
• Traxxas Funny Car

All this content for $1.99? Wait, there’s more! Buy now and we’ll throw in even more content! That’s right, don’t forget all of the additional editorial featured in every issue of VRC like news, industry gossip, humor, a turtle, stunning photography (really, it stuns you so do not touch the screen or feed the animals) and just more of everything. A Slap Chop or Wax Vac is a great gift, but this is the best of them all!

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About the Author

Jeff Eveleigh
Jeff Eveleigh– Founded XXX Main Racing in 1998 and changed the way the industry thought about RC car videos and graphics. Jeff has also been an integral part of the hobby for 25 years with over two decades of retail hobby store experience as well as being a leading technical editor for Xtreme RC Cars Magazine for over 10 years.



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