Category Archives: 1/28

Team Associated TR28 RTR 1/28-scale Truggy

Team Associated TR28 RTR 1/28-scale Truggy

Alongside its CR28 Ready-to-Run, Team Associated has announced the release of the TR28 RTR truggy. This 1/28-scale model is yet another addition to their “28” series of small-scale vehicles and adds another racing-inspired machine to the lineup. The chassis on this tiny truggy appears to be the same as the ones found on the SC28…

Team Associated CR28 1/28-scale Trail Truck

Team Associated CR28 1/28-scale Trail Truck

Team Associated has announced another new model into their 1/28-scale lineup, the CR28 Ready-to-Run. A bit different than their other “28” series models, this little machine is a pint-sized trail truck. This two-wheel drive rig is powered by a LiPo battery and shares the same transmitter-based charging system as its brethren. Its compact size and…

Team Associated SC28 Fox Factory Short Course Truck

Team Associated SC28 Fox Factory Short Course Truck

Team Associated has thrown fresh paint on their 1/28-scale SC28 by rolling out the Fox Factory version of this short course truck. While the underlying chassis remains the same, this small-scale truck now sports an orange, yellow, and black color scheme, complete with Fox branding. Like the other models in their SC28, MT28, RC28, and…

Glory Days: Team Associated’s “Jammin’ Jay Halsey” RC28 Replica

Glory Days: Team Associated’s “Jammin’ Jay Halsey” RC28 Replica

If you’re a fan of classic R/C machines and want to keep a bit of history on your shelf, Team Associated has released a “Jammin’ Jay Halsey” version of their 1/28-scale RC28 buggy. Featuring a replica paint scheme to that of Jay’s 1985 RC10 which he used to win the IFMAR Off-road World Championship. While this…

Small-scale Fun on the Go: ECX Micro Roost 1/28-scale Desert Buggy

Small-scale Fun on the Go: ECX Micro Roost 1/28-scale Desert Buggy

The second 1/28-scale machine to roll out from ECX this year is the Micro Roost Buggy. Sharing the same platform as its monster truck sibling, this small-scale machine is sure to bring R/C excitement anywhere. The Micro Roost is a ready-to-run (RTR) vehicle that features a removable 1S LiPo battery, durable rubber tires, and a…

ECX Micro Ruckus 1/28-scale Monster Truck

ECX Micro Ruckus 1/28-scale Monster Truck

Things have been rather quiet on the small-scale front in 2018…until now. ECX has introduced the Micro Ruckus, a 1/28-scale monster truck that features a retro body design, huge (relatively speaking) tires, and a two-in-one charger/transmitter combo that’s sure to become a hit with R/C enthusiasts. The Micro Ruckus chassis design appears to take a…

Team Associated Re-launches the MT28 Monster Truck

Team Associated Re-launches the MT28 Monster Truck

Shortly after launching their MT28 Monster Truck late in 2018, Team Associated pulled this model from their lineup. After a short hiatus, the MT28 has re-emerged with some subtle changes. What those changes are might be skin deep as the headlight decals appear to be the only visual change to this revised 1/28-scale truck. Comparing…

Review: Team Associated RC28T

Review: Team Associated RC28T

As retro-styled, small-scale R/C vehicles go, there aren’t many to choose from. In fact, I’d say Team Associated has the market cornered with their two 1/28-scale models, the RC28T stadium truck and RC28 buggy. It’s this blend of old-school style and small-scale stature that forced me to add yet another R/C vehicle to my fleet.…

Team Associated’s RC28 Retro-styled Micro Buggy

Team Associated’s RC28 Retro-styled Micro Buggy

Team Associated has been bulking up their micro line of R/C vehicles, with their latest model throwing back to the glory days. Hot on the heels of the RC28T release comes the RC28 Ready-to-Run, a 1/28-scale replica of the classic RC10 Team Kit. Based on their 1/28-scale chassis, the RC28 features an orange buggy body, high-mounted rear…

First Impressions: Team Associated RC28T 1/28-scale Stadium Truck

First Impressions: Team Associated RC28T 1/28-scale Stadium Truck

Last year’s arrival of the Team Associated SC28 ($49.99) had me chomping at the bit to get one, however, after the first batch sold-out, my interest in this vehicle cooled. Thanks to a guest-review by Zach, “The Inconsistent TechDad”, I felt that I had a solid understanding of this vehicle and decided to hold onto…