With a large number of small-scale radio-controlled vehicles on the market, there are some that I’m more familiar with than others. LC Racing is one brand that I’ve been researching lately and have been impressed with the specs on their brushless-powered 1/14-scale vehicles.
One of the vehicles in their lineup is the EMB-1H, a ready-to-run (RTR) electric buggy. With aluminum components throughout, including shock bodies, shock towers, and chassis plate, the EMB-1H is a durable buggy that should pack quite the powerful punch.
That power comes from a 4500kV, 4-pole brushless motor that is juiced by an included 7.2V NiMh battery (1100mAh). A four-wheel metal drivetrain also helps ensure durability for bashing and on-track action.
The installed electronics of the LC Racing EMB-1H feature a Batan D115 digital mini servo, a Batan 2.4GHz radio system (transmitter and receiver) and a programmable ESC that’s LiPo (2S/3S) compatible.
LC Racing EMB-1H 1/14 Brushless Buggy Specifications
- Scale: 1/14 EP Buggy
- Length: 300mm (11.8in)
- Width: 205mm (8in)
- Height: 110mm (4.3in)
- Wheelbase: 185mm (7.3in)
- Weight: 0.90kg (1.9lbs with battery)
- Wheel hexes: 12mm
- Motor: Micro 380, 6.5T/4500kV, 4 Pole 2838 3.175mm Shaft Brushless Motor Modified
The LC Racing EMB-1H is priced at $199.99 and can be found through a variety of online hobby retailers. Learn more about this 1/14-scale buggy at LCRacing.net.
Image credit: LC Racing