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Is this the future of R/C?

Horizon Hobby’s Active Vehicle Control could be a game-changer; our friends at RC Car Action take a closer look at the technology
By Peter Vieira
Published: February 14, 2014
Ever since Mercedes Benz and BMW debuted vehicles with electronic stability control in 1995, the technology of electronically maintaining traction and mitigating slides has continued to advance and trickle down to more affordable cars — as you’ve no doubt noticed when attempting to drift your Alamo rental out of the lot, only to have the electronic stability system step in before the rear end gets a chance to step out.

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